‘Sons of Anarchy’ Season 7: Fans Promo Video, The Countdown to SOA Production [VIDEO]
By Riza Ornos | May 8, 2014 12:34 PM EST
FX biker drama series "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 will soon begin its final production for its September premiere. Now, two more weeks before production starts fans are so eager to get ahead of the SOA team that they made their very own "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 video teasers.
Uploaded by Timothy Brandon, the "Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 Promo was published on April 17 that features Jax visiting John Teller's grave and a few clips while he was in prison. Another video uploaded a month ago by TheRaggDolliish features a funeral scene after Tara died in the hands of Gemma.
Since SOA season 7 is just around the corner, the cast and the creator himself Kurt Sutter is giving its fans a few spoilers for the final season. Theo Rossi who plays Juice Ortiz spills some juicy details about the finale and that's includes his future in SAMCRO after he helped Gemma dispose the evidence from Tara's murder.
Since most of the cast don't know how the story will end and who will stay or dies, Rossi predicted that his character will not be hanging out in SAMCRO's headquarters. "
You have dreams of being the last guy standing, the one riding off, but you know... I've done a lot of bad things," he revealed in an interview with EW.
He also jokes around the difference between his character and Charlie Hunnam's character, and the wide range of emotions that he needs to play just to carry out the role of Juice.
"Here's the difference with naked Juice: He's never been naked Jax," says Rossi. "Naked Jax is cool. Naked Jax is in the shower, naked Jax is on top of a girl, naked Jax is doing something with his big back tattoo that you're like, 'Wow.' Naked Juice has been in a diaper. Naked Juice has OD'd and puked everywhere from Gemma's hand in his mouth. Naked Juice is never a good thing. So when I hear things like that, I assume that anxiety will follow."
Sutter also revealed that wrapping up the show after 7 years is not an easy task but he also looks forward to his new project, "The Bastard Executioner." The controversial creator is currently looking for production location around UK and his new series will start once SOA filming wraps up.
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