Ed Speelers hat nach der letzten Folge "Outlander" über seine Figur Stephen Bonnet gesprochen. In einem Interview verriet er, wie er von der. Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) ist ab Staffel 4 von "Outlander" der Captain der Gloriana und ein skrupelloser Pirat und Schmuggler, dessen Wege immer wieder. In "Outlander" Staffel 5, Folge 10 bedroht Bonnet Brianna erneut. Kann sie rechtzeitig aus den Fängen des Piraten befreit werden? Erfahrt es.
Outlander: Brianna in Gefahr! - Wird Bonnet in Folge 10, Staffel 5 siegen?Ed Speelers hat nach der letzten Folge "Outlander" über seine Figur Stephen Bonnet gesprochen. In einem Interview verriet er, wie er von der. Stephen Bonnet (Ed Speleers) ist ab Staffel 4 von "Outlander" der Captain der Gloriana und ein skrupelloser Pirat und Schmuggler, dessen Wege immer wieder. Jamie befragt sie nach Bonnets Aufenthalt. Jamie (Sam Heughan).
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I don't think I did it as much this series, I tried to be more cautious, but I definitely fractured her metatarsals last year.
He has this twisted idea of what the truth is. He does believe that due to fate and luck, which he's built his whole life on, that his connection with Brianna is real—that there's something deeper going on and there's a reason they keep crossing paths.
He doesn't believe his heinous acts are crimes. And this is all orchestrated by him, of course. It's not just her coming to him in his prison cell.
He seeks her out. So there's this very twisted, completely misunderstood, sordid notion in his head that they should be together.
But this idea of family and the boy Jemmy—he doesn't have a clear grasp of what family is because of his own existence. Him having a son and living life as a family, I think he puts that out as an idea because he learned that this is what people do in this situation.
It might not be what he wants or needs. And although we see him mention this idea of being a father and it's repeated throughout the series, the bigger thing in his head is that legacy of leaving a son behind.
An heir. It's more narcissistic, and it's sad. It's him feeling like he's leaving something behind that is him. It was a test that obviously backfired.
He wholeheartedly believed in this whole scenario, the whole wining and dining. Of course, let's not forget he kidnapped her to get to this point.
It always sounds so bizarre talking about him like he was charming and romanticizing her. But in his head, that's all he could do. The way he's gone about it is completely twisted and demonic.
She tests the water by saying, "The only way I'm going to be able to do this is if I go get Jemmy. He's like, you're not gonna pull the wool over my eyes.
Let's test this. Let's see how committed you are. And that rejection is a rejection of the moment but also the rejection of that whole idea he's built up, this fantasy he's created of a family.
That is shattered in an instant. He's a pretty rounded individual. With the writing in this episode, you see that he's a human being.
I watched a lot of interviews with severe criminals when putting this character together, and when you're listening to Ted Bundy, it's not about being charmed by them, but you can hear snippets that there's a human in there.
It does not mean I empathize with him in any way, but there's someone in there, and for whatever reason, they've ended up being abhorrent.
This final hurrah is a time for him to open up. He wasn't looking for people to excuse his behavior. That's never been how he behaves or he operates.
Outlander Season 5 has just seen a major character death as the villain Stephen Bonnet played by Ed Speelers campaign of piracy came to an end.
In Episode 10 of the Starz show, titled "Mercy Shall Follow Me," he finally faced trial for his crimes and was found guilty. He was sentenced to death by drowning, but just as the water started to lap across his face Brianna played by Sophie Skelton shot and killed him, allowing her to kill the man who raped her.
According to Speelers, it was not his decision to leave the Starz series. I'm not going to lie. I was on holiday with my family, with my young children.
I was on a beach in Mallorca and I took a phone call saying, 'we need to get you in for certain tests and things, makeup tests.
Am I surviving this? In a way, the character was always bound to die in the TV version of the Diana Gabaldon books. In the sixth book in the series, titled A Breath of Snow and Ashes , Bonnet faces the same fate, with Brianna shooting him because she knows of his fear of drowning.
Speelers said of this, "a villain such as Stephen Bonnet, he doesn't make it in the books, and there's no way he's going to make it in the TV series.