‘Sons of Anarchy’ Season 7: Charlie Hunnam’s New Look as Jax Teller, SOA Finale Premieres Sept. 10 [PHOTOS]

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FX "Sons of Anarchy" is now back in production for the show's seventh and final season which is set to debut this fall. E! Online got the latest behind the scene photos of Charlie Hunnam reprising his long-time role as Jackson "Jax" Teller posted by FX's Vice President of Media Relations, Dominic Pagone.

Now sporting a different look for the show's final season, the "Crimson Peak" star is keeping his clean-shaven Dr. McMicheal look for the biker drama show. The Hollywood hunk got rid of his "Sons of Anarchy" scruff for his new movie with Guillermo del Toro, and it seems the actor is loving the new look and he is keeping it for Charming. Posted on his Twitter account, Pagone took a few snaps of younger looking Hunnam while in front of a camera. He also specified that the "Pacific Rim" actor was there for a promo shoot for the network's hit upcoming fall premiere.

"Last night was the first of 2 promo shoots; this was just with Charlie. I'll tease a few shots, but remember." He then added, "So don't over-analyze the photos, don't speculate; just get excited for the start of season 7!" Although he is careful not to give any spoilers, the network executive had a little fun of the fan speculation and posted a photo below with a caption, "Ok, you get one spoiler: #Jax is radioactive the season. @SonsofAnarchy#soafx#hesreallynot."

Pagone also tweeted photos of Charlie riding Jax's Harley as he returns to Charming. "Of course there has to be riding," he wrote.

Series creator Kurt Sutter revealed on his video blog WTF Sutter that the show's season 6 finale will have a major impact on Jax's life. (Spoiler Alert) Now that Tara is gone, Jax's journey in season seven is one of the most intense in the show.

"I wanted to remove [Jax's] 'True North,' because I feel like there needs to be this major psychic and emotional shift that has to happen. What direction it will push him in we will see next season," he explained in an interview posted on E!

"But what happens to a guy like that now that he's lost both of the people he loves the most, who were able to be his moral compass, with Opie and now Tara. It really is Jax completely untethered and on his own in the final season," he added.

Breathe Cast also reports the show's last season is set to premiere on Sept. 10 on FX. So the biker show fans will only have to wait for three months for another season of "Sons of Anarchy."

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