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More ‘Outlander’ News

Many of you have wondered when ‘Outlander‘ would finally be released in the US. It seems that the Weinstein Company who owns the North American distribution rights is having some financial problems. There have been rumours of them planning to release the film on only 50 screens and then put the film on DVD. The other rumour was that they’re trying to find a new distributor. Definitely the film is deserving to get a wide release so we’re hoping for the best. The respected website Ain’t It Cool News recently had an open letter to Harvey Weinstein. Read it in the press archive – and I’m sure it’ll make you want to see the film even more, it’s written so enthuasiastically!

It’s a good cast. John Hurt and Ron Perlman and Jim Caviezel and Sophia Myles and this Jack Huston guy who should be due his big break any second. All of them are rock solid in it

As always visit the Outlander fansite for all your ‘Outlander‘ info.

Fantasy Filmfest Germany:Outlander‘ is showing in Hamburg (August 18, 7.15 pm), Berlin (August 19, 7.15 pm / August 20, 7.45 pm), Köln (August 21, 7.15 pm), Dortmund (August 27, 7.15 pm), Frankfurt (August 27, 7.15 pm), Nürnberg (August 29, 9.15 pm / August 30, 1.00 pm), München (September 4, 7.15 pm / September 5, 3.00 pm) and Stuttgart (September 7, 7.00 pm / September 10, 3.00 pm). For information on location visit the film’s site at the festival’s official website.

Photo: 9 Outlander – Trailer
Media: 1 Outlander – Trailer

EDIT: You can now watch these clips in our new media archive (here)

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2 Comments on “More ‘Outlander’ News”

  1. I’m keeping my fingers crossed. I really want to see this movie ( translated Sophia!!) on the big screen!!!

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