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12 I would agree with everything people have previously said. 16 I am very excited and a little apprehensive if they are actually going to make this story into a movie. I love it and Gabaldon is one of my most favorite authors. It was my mother who told me to give a try years ago and I got hooked. This is one series I've always wanted to see made into a movie.It is a wonderful series, and i too say, take your time, spend the money and do it well. The books are phenomenal and I'd hate to have my love for this story crushed to a thousand pieces by a crappy director. I would call the "Romance Novel" aspect to be very, very minor. The only one I might want more would be The Dark Tower series..Outlander could be great.Anyone familiar with the books that can convince me otherwise? The romance is good, but the action and historical aspects are very well-done, and the story is exciting and fast-pased.I'm not sure how much this would appeal to men, as the books were always presented as romances, but I know of very few other authors that have such a wide and varied readership. No director has been chosen yet, although the screenplay is currently out to filmmakers.The series, which began in 1991 with the novel "Outlander", tells the story of Claire Randall, the time-traveling wife of an 18th century Scottish Highlander named Jamie.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.
"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.
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.