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Enjoying them again, in audiobook so I can do it at work, and now news of the movie. 18 Okay first off I would like to say that this series of stories is a god send, it got me hooked into looking at my own Scottish heritage and loving it all the more.I would like to point out to all the guys and gals that happen to think this amazing woman's work is just some silly paperback romance novel, and just mention she spent years doing research on a culture she had no idea about, her books are classified under historical fiction, because that's what they resolve around, the historical aspects of 18th century Scotland during the Second Rising of the Stuarts all the way to the happenings of the American Revolution.
If directed well, I believe this movie could be huge. And add in the mysticsm aspect of the story (how Claire mysteriously falls back in time 200 yrs after finding a circle of stones while walking through a Scottish forest in the 1940's) and it'll hook a lot of people. The story gets really good as the books progress, especially when Claire leaves, then returns back in time 20 yrs later (man I cried when they reunited)...then they go to America and became patriots in the Independence War.
If this time it sticks as a feature film, how it is adapted is the real clincher as a tremendous amount of story would have to be cut to fit a movie-length script, and production costs would be high to accommodate locations, costumes, etc.
But, a studio could have a lot to gain by turning a beloved book with a built in huge fan base into a good movie adaptation. ) As to the guy/girl appeal - love how you gents jump to conclusions with little to no info.
"Outlander" appears to be a romance novel more than anything but is "filled with adventure, religion, and human conscience." Unfortunately this sounds a bit too emotional for my own tastes.
"Diana Gabaldon has a true gift for understanding human emotion and translating it for the rest of us to understand." Nothing actually wrong with that, I'm just not interested in seeing a romantic 18th century adventure on the big screen.
The story is so rich that it would appeal to all audiences.
Yes, there is romance as the two main characters meet and fall in love - but a "romance" in the strict genre-sense it is not. I would love, love, love, to see a movie made from this series.Quite frankly, I'd rather see this as a 12-hour mini-series on HBO, where they can really delve into the story.10 First, its been optioned before, as a TV mini-series but the option expired.Jamie is younger (late teens in "Outlander" at least, when it starts), has longish red hair (obviously), Scottish (obviously), so they'd need an actor who could do a believable Scottish accent. I read these books when my Mom was done with them, since then we have discussed how this would make a great film and who could portray the main characters.There weren't many choices at the time for good actors but now, now the door has been opened for some great potential.The history surrounding the Scottish clans, the politically charged and divided environment over who is the rightful king (think Braveheart), the fight scenes with Scots and claymores, a great English Red Coat villain, lots of wit and humor, folklore, time travel, etc. I'm surprised the author hasn't mentioned anything on her website. You just might be surprised: hunting, boating, fighting, science, horses, pirates, politics, women, Indians, wars, gambling, history, camping; one of those things should grab your interest, right? There is a ready-made audience and I'm sure a well made movie will do very well. I can't imagine how the entire series could be compressed into just one movie and not diminish the detailed writing.