Currently in production for its final ride, "Sons of Anarchy" cast and executive producers (Kurt Sutter and Paris Barclay) gathered at the recent San Diego 2014 Comic Con with a first look at footage from the show's seventh season. The Sunday's event went very emotional for series creator Kurt Sutter as the cast was asked "if they could take one thing from set if the show is over, what would it be?"
The tattooed creator teared up when the cast and other show principals thanked him for creating the phenomenal drama series and for inviting them to experience of working with him. "I've gotta say I'm really really grateful that Kurt decided to take us on this trip," said Barclay in an interview posted on Hit Fix.
Katey Sagal who plays SAMCRO's matriarch Gemma Teller who happens to be Kurt's wife said that she will take him, after he said, "I'd take my wife" to answer the fan's query. While Mark Boone Jr. who plays Bobby in the show said he will take "Charlie," and Tommy Flanagan who plays Chibs said, "The love of my brothers and my sisters on the show."
SOA season 7 begins 10 days after Tara's brutal death and during the 2014 Comic Con event the cast unveiled the opening montage of the highly anticipated series finale. The video opens with Jax, played by Charlie Hunnam, beating somebody up in prison, while Unser (played by Dayton Callie) is visiting Tara's grave and Nero is sharing beers with SAMCRO's rival, The Mayans.
Outside the prison, Gemma is the one in charge of taking care of Jax's children, while Juice is in isolation, who shaved down his signature hair, falls in a deep despair of covering up Tara's death. Vowed to seek revenge for his beloved wife, Jax is sending an all-out war as the show promises to be its anarchic yet.
While on their last SDCC appearance, Sutter revealed that they are in serious conversation about "Sons of Anarchy" prequel. "My sense is right now that I don't know if it will be a full-on series or a mini-series," he said to more than 6,000 audience.
"Sons of Anarchy" season 7 is scheduled to kick off on Sept. 9 for its fall premiere.