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ᆞ Read Format Kindle [ ్ The Making of Outlander: The Series: The Official Guide to Seasons One & Two ] ᇠ Author Tara Bennett ሮ

ᆞ Read  Format Kindle [ ్ The Making of Outlander: The Series: The Official Guide to Seasons One & Two ] ᇠ Author Tara Bennett ሮ ᆞ Read Format Kindle [ ్ The Making of Outlander: The Series: The Official Guide to Seasons One & Two ] ᇠ Author Tara Bennett ሮ Chapter 1 Outlander The Origins Will we ever get to see Outlander adapted for the screen Since the novel first came out in 1991, author Diana Gabaldon has fielded that question from enthusiastic readers almost daily The story of Claire Beauchamp Randall and Jamie Fraser seemed an obvious choice for a cinematic retelling, but the project was not without its logistical challenges With the novel weighing in at than 600 pages, the core dilemma always centered on how much of the action packed adventure would have to be cut just to fit the traditional cinematic window of two hours With too much to lose to the proverbial cutting room floor, the world of Outlander remained strictly in the realm of print It wasnt until around 2010 that a possible solution started to present itself a television series Maril Davis, a development executive coexecutive producer for Ronald D Moores Tall Ship Productions, was looking for potential properties to produce and had the books recommended to her by friend and softball teammate Matthew B Roberts Roberts had read the books as a reader during one of his first jobs, Davis explains He passed on the books because they wanted to do movies but told me they would be great for TV I took him up on that and read them all the way through I loved them, Davis says with unabashed adoration This to me was my passion project But the television landscape at the time wasnt yet the haven for high concept sci fi series it seems to be today Game of Thrones was not on at that point Ron had tried to do Dragonriders of Pern It just didnt feel like the timing was right Cut to a personal dinner Davis was having with Moore and his wife, Terry Dresbach, where the three started talking about the projects they had always longed to do I said, My passion project is this book series called Outlander, and I would love to do them, Davis recalls I didnt realize Terry was also a fan So we talked, and Ron seemed intrigued Terry and I talked about it after the dinner a few times, Moore remembers But it wasnt really until I sat down and started reading the book that I saw the potential From that first read, he says, he was struck by how Gabaldons writing kept surprising him By the time I got to the end of the book, there had been some significant twists and turns that I didnt see coming In my head, I could definitely see a season of television and how it works through a season Plus the fact that, at that point, there were multiple books in the series just meant that it had a life beyond season one I remember thinking, If the other books are anywhere near as good as this, then essentially Im in Davis was thrilled to get the go ahead to pursue I got in touch with the rights holder, Jim Kohlberg We had a great meeting, but it was very obvious that they wanted to do this book series as films Davis left the meeting convinced a film would not do justice to the books Reluctantly, we walked away, she says But I was like a dog with a bone, she continues, laughing I just kept checking back every once in a while One of the times, they were open to doing TV So Ron and I went back in there and had a fabulous meeting, and it kind of started there Davis says they pitched Chris Parnell, executive vice president of Sony Pictures Television, to be their studio partner, but he was unfamiliar with the books To his credit, Chris went out and bought the book on tape and listened in his car, which was so cute, she says He would call me every once in a while and be like, I am sitting in my car blushing, which was hilarious By the books end, Davis says, Parnell was on board and ready to champion the show to the networks The next step for Moore and Davis was to officially visit Gabaldon at her Scottsdale, Arizona, residence Just from the fan perspective, not even a producer perspective, I felt it was so important to get her approval, Davis says I wanted her approval and just to make sure she was comfortable that this book was in the right hands I wanted to assure her that we werent trying to exploit it and we understood what it was There was Rons track record, certainly as an amazing writer but also as someone who obviously writes very strong female characters, from Battlestar Galactica to Carnivle I also wanted her to know that I was going to protect the series as well, it being so close to my heart and near and dear to me For Gabaldon, having the books in serious development after so many years of thinking it couldnt work was beyond surprising People are always asking, Why is it that you held out for Ron The truth is that I didnt, she says with her trademark candor We were very careful who we did options with, because there was always a possibility that they would succeed In which case, you will never get the rights back We had done this only four times and, luckily, none of the first three times took But it seemed an Outlander series was finally about to happen in earnest Gabaldon recalls that she was very curious about the pair who made it happen They came and spent two days with me at my house, talking over story lines, characters, and backstory Asking had I written anything that wasnt in the books that they should be aware of Where did I see the story going Ron was sharing with me his vision of storytelling and what he thought of the characters I could tell that we were pretty much on the same wavelength with regard to the importance of a central character in a story, which predisposed me to him Gabaldon was also impressed during those initial meetings by the clarity of the vision Moore had for the series He began to share his own philosophy and his take on how things would work, she goes on He said he would like to start the series with a little visual prologue that takes place before Outlander the book actually starts Hed show Claire during World War II in a military hospital out in France, saving peoples lives She is a central character, and we need to fix her in peoples consciousness immediately as the main person of interest And I am sort of nodding as he is saying all this and going, Yes You are right I could tell he did know what he was doing and I approved the direction he saw for doing it I gave them my blessing to start the script the way Ron wanted to, Gabaldon explains A few days later, Moore sent over his pilot script I told him when I read it, this is the only thing that I have ever read based on my own work that didnt make me turn white or burst into flames, so I was favorably impressed Moore says gaining Dianas favor gave them reassurance that they were taking the right direction with her work, which he felt was important given how devoted the series readers have proven themselves to be over the years We really wanted to engage and keep the fan base that was already there from the books and transfer them over to the TV show, Moore explains Diana had her finger on that pulse for many, many years She knew them pretty intimately, communicated with them, and had a good sense of what was important to them She was a good indicator of where we were She kept us in the lane For Davis, Gabaldons approval gave the series the ability to credibly move forward I dont know if we could have gone ahead, in my mind, without her approval in some way We didnt technically need it, because obviously at that point we had secured the rights But I think for me, having her approval and having her on board with what we were doing was incredibly important, and I dont think we could have done it without her Finding the right home for the show was the next step, which required the ever growing Team Outlanderat this point comprised of Davis, Moore, and Parnell as well as Sony executives Jamie Erlicht and Zack Van Amburgto once again pitch the idea But Davis says Starz impressed from the very first meeting We would walk into every pitch meetingme, Ron, the Sony executiveswith this huge stack of Dianas books to show them how much material there was Starz was the only place we went that they had actually read the first book and were the only ones that also said to us, We want you to stick to the books Following that meeting, Outlander the television series was officially greenlit in November 2012 for development and a pilot Almost two years later, after hiring a writers room in Pasadena, California, setting up a transatlantic production in Scotland, and casting the characters readers had been picturing in their minds eyes for over two decades, Moore was able to share with Gabaldon the first footage of her world brought to life Gabaldon remembers that it was behind the scenes at an Outlander fan event in January 2014 when Moore asked if shed like to take a look I said, Yeah, I would He had it on his laptop and we were all sitting back there on this ratty old sofa He opened his laptop and that is where I saw the first few scenes of Outlander I was totally fascinated It was beautiful and it was terrific Just shy of twenty three years from when Gabaldon first put to paper her story about a woman traveling back in time through standing stones, that story was taking on a new form, as actors breathed life into the beloved characters and the vast beauty of Scotland served as its backdrop Outlander, the series, takes the story of Claire Beauchamp Randall and James MacKenzie Fraser into a whole new realm, and in this book, that journey is our story.The official, fully illustrated, behind the scenes companion to the first two seasons of the hit Starz television series based on Diana Gabaldons bestselling Outlander novels It was only a matter of time before Diana Gabaldons bestselling Outlander saga made the leap from book to hit TV series, and the millions of readers captivated by the epic romance of Claire Beauchamp Randall and Jamie Fraser have eagerly followed Now the must watch drama has inspired this must have guide, which reveals that it takes a village or perhaps a Scottish isle to bring the breathtaking world of Outlander to life in front of our eyes Spanning the first two seasons of the Starz network sensation, The Making of Outlander leads readers behind the scenes and straight into the action as cast members, writers, producers, musicians, costume designers, set decorators, technicians, and share the many adventures and challenges they face to make this sweeping saga come alive on the screen In exclusive interviews, the shows stars, including Caitriona Balfe Claire , Sam Heughan Jamie , and Tobias Menzies Frank Randall Black Jack Randall , discuss the daunting task of embodying some of fictions most beloved charactersand satisfying the high expectations of devoted Outlander readers Executive producer and showrunner Ronald D Moore looks at the inner workings of the writers room, shares his crews travels to the authentic overseas locations, and chronicles the brainstorming, building, breakneck pacing, and boundless energy that make everything from the shows architecture to its outfits period perfect In addition, the book examines all the Outlander episodes through exclusive interviews with their writers and directors, providing fascinating facts into the making of each hour Best of all, The Making of Outlander offers a veritable feast of lavish photographsincluding an array of images spotlighting the stars in all their characters grandeur and up close personal portraits Featuring an introduction by Diana Gabaldon herself, this magnificent insiders look at the world of the Outlander TV series is the companion all fans will want by their side. 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    • The Making of Outlander: The Series: The Official Guide to Seasons One & Two
    • 4.3
    • 598
    • Format Kindle
    • 240 pages
    • Tara Bennett
    • Anglais
    • 09 November 2017

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