Still mourning for his wife's brutal death, Jax Teller played by Charlie Hunnam brutally beats down a fellow inmate as he turns himself as the reaper for "Sons of Anarchy" seventh and final season. Currently in production, the FX hit biker drama series welcomes "Glee" star Lea Michelle as part of its ensemble cast as she takes on a dramatic role way too far from her hit musical TV series.
Caught while smoking a cigarette while filming a scene for her upcoming guest appearance, Michelle was snapped wearing her full get-up in the series which includes a red and pink waitress uniform and a white sneakers. Known for her role as the sweet Rachel on "Glee," the brunette is going to play Gertie, ""an empathetic truck stop waitress and single mother, who connects with Gemma during a difficult time," according to FX representative in an interview with E! News.
The highly anticipated SOA season 7 is scheduled to premiere on Sept. 9 and will kick off 10 days after Tara's (Maggie Siff) death and Jax torturing someone in prison and even carved a swastika on his stomach. The show's season 7 preview only shows how Jax slowly transform himself into a reaper as vows vengeance for his wife's murder, not knowing that it was his own mother who brutally murdered the mother of his children.
"The season opens with Jax giving a pretty brutal beat-down to a fellow inmate," TV Guide reports. "But that's nothing compared to the stomach-churning punishment Jax doles out to the person he (wrongly) believes murdered Tara once he gets out of the slammer. And don't expect Jax to let up anytime soon."
Showrunner Kurt Sutter and executive producer Paris Barclay, together with SOA cast recently attended their last Comic Con as part of the biker gang series and revealed some juicy tidbits on what to expect to the season finale. Charlie Hunnam who was not present during the panel interview sent a sexy video to his fans as he gets pampered by co-stars Tommy Flanagan, Mark Boone Junior and Kim Coates.
When asked about Jax on SAMCRO's final ride, Hunnam revealed that season 7 is all about revenge in an interview with TV Guide. "Jax was always so tortured by the pull of who he thought he should be," said the British hunk. "There's something really liberating about being rid of the sense of having to be a good guy. This is about Jax deciding, if he's got no reason to leave [the outlaw world], he may as well be what this world demands you be."