Best known for his role as Jax Teller in FX gritty drama series "Sons of Anarchy," Charlie Hunnam was recently honored in the 2014 Huading Film Awards together with "Crimson Peak" director Guillermo del Toro. Now on his seventh and final season as SAMCRO's prince, the Hollywood hunk will be filled with angst and revenge as script requires him to mourn for his wife's brutal death.
Series creator Kurt Sutter recently revealed on his video blog "WTFSutter" that his favorite part of every season is to brainstorm with Hunnam as to what will be their strategy for Jax. Now that production officially opens, the SOA cast and crew will paint the streets of Charming red as they welcome another season of mayhem, revenge and the solid brother of the motorcycle club.
"We have lots of discussion before this season begins but he has the first two scripts now so will sit down and sorta have a Jax emotional part of discussion which is always fun," Sutter announced on his video posted on his Web site. "It's kinda like my favorite part of the season, its having that chat with Charlie."
Not just a pretty face and chiseled body, Hunnam is slowly making his mark in Hollywood as a caliber actor who can take on any roles. With a mission to avenge his wife, the "Pacific Rim" actor is yet to deliver another outstanding performance on the "Sons of Anarchy."
One of the most brutal scene of the show, the "Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 finale left a lot of its fans speechless as they watch Gemma bury a huge fork in Tara's head. With more drama and twist this coming fall, Katey Sagal will have more challenge this season on playing the club matriarch as she tries hide her role in Tara's murder.
With deaths piling up every season, the latest is Tara Knowles played by Maggie Siff, no one is safe in Charming, even the club's president himself. It happened to his father, John Teller, when he was killed by his own best friend, so Jax's fate will revealed soon as filming of the show started in the last week of May.
"Sons of Anarchy" Season 7 will premiere on FX in September.