Interview: Outlander’s Sam Heughan on season two and the show’s future
“It’s great to be back filming season two,” he says. “Outlander is great for the whole film industry in Scotland. This season there’s more time travel and a lot of surprises in store. There are more languages too, French as well as the Scots and Gaelic because we go to France to stop Charles Edward Stuart going to Culloden. It was a pivotal point in Scottish history, something I grew up with, stories of Bonnie Prince Charlie, William Wallace, Robert the Bruce. Outlander is a show that celebrates Scotland and its culture and it’s hit a vein in people’s imagination. It’s great that there’s such a wide audience and that there’s something about Scotland people feel they belong to. In Scotland, we’re closer to our past than other countries.”
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