WORLD PREMIERE OF ‘OUTLANDER’ WILL BE HELD AT SDCC, CAST IN ATTENDANCE

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The world premiere of Outlander will be at San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) on Friday, July 25, 2014 at the Sprekels Theater.

Cast in attendance include Sam Heughan, Caitriona Balfe, Tobias Menzies, Graham McTavish, and Lotte Verbeek.  Ron Moore and Diana Gabaldon will also be there.

As we get more details, we will let you know.  Outlander TV News will be there and will cover just about anything related to Outlander at SDCC.

Update (July 3): The panel for Outlander at SDCC will take place on Friday, July 25, 2014 at 2:15 PM in Room 6A. (Source: Hollywood Reporter, Thanks to Jen at Outlander Musings for sharing a link on Twitter that led to this).

Update #2 (July 8):  The official announcement came from Starz about the panel, but there is also an autograph session after the panel.  Super excited to see the Starz booth which is all about Outlander!

**An FYI for those coming to the premiere screening, but do not have SDCC badges/tickets, you will not be able to enter the convention center to attend the panel or autograph session.

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Update #3 (July 10): The Thursday schedule for SDCC has been released and Diana Gabaldon has a panel to herself!

SDCC Diana Schedule

 

Update #4 (July 12):  Sam Heughan will be in a panel on Saturday at noon in Ballroom 20.

SDCC Sam Saturday

Source: Starz

 

  • SORIYA

    I just want to attend the OUTLANDER premiere. Can I just buy tickets for the premiere?? I was on the Comic Con website but it doesn’t indicate an option. Does anyone know??

  • ricoa

    Amiga Diana, I’m ready 2 c the Premiere; I’ll always treasure the signature and note You wrote in “Outlander”; ” Rico, I enjoyed ‘My Bad Tequila!'” what an honor that one of the greatest writers in modern history acknowledged a book that I wrote. WoW & Gracias, rico austin

  • Sandi McLaren

    This is for ‘Guest’ – the limited number of tickets for the premiere available to the public were awarded at random from people who registered their interest. They are issued with a name on them, and are non-transferable, so no chance of purchasing from someone who might not be able to attend. The largest portion of the tickets are reserved for media and studio executives, etc.