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Former cast and crew from the Cbbc show will appear at the Tyneside Cinema Royal Television Society event on November 7 to celebrate the drama series, which followed the adventures of young children in the North East at a Tyneside youth club.
Chris Jackson, from the Rts in the North East and the Borders, told Newcastle's Chronicle: "We have been trying to organise something for the past couple of months. It was such an influential production and changed the landscape in the industry up here.
"The anniversary »
Sneak Peek new images and footage from the 7th and final season of "Sons Of Anarchy" and the episode titled "Greensleeves", airing October 21, 2014 on FX, plus take a look @ the latest updates from "Soa" creator Kurt Sutter:
Created by Kurt Sutter, the series follows the lives of a close-knit outlaw motorcycle club operating in 'Charming', in California's Central Valley. The show centers on protagonist 'Jax Teller' (Charlie Hunnam), the president of the club, who begins questioning the club and himself.
"...in 'Greensleeves', 'Samcro' forges an unlikely partnership in order to undermine a powerful enemy..."
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- Michael Stevens
The end is near for the violent motorcycle "Sons of Anarchy" series on FX, and the cast is already discussing the final episodes. In a new video chat, actors Kim Coates and Theo Rossi declare that the finale will be "unpredictable and absolutely insane." Filming will wrap in December for the seventh season of the show starring Katey Sagal and Charlie Hunnam. Coates says, "We are stopping this show on the top of the world, for sure... It's coming to an end real fast." Rossi adds, "This stuff doesn't come around more than once in people's lifetimes." The Wrap -Break- Director Christopher Nolan will present "Interstellar" star Matthew McConaughey with the American Cinematheque Award on Tuesday night. The 28th annual gala will be held in Beverly Hills to honor this year's Best Actor Oscar winner from "Dallas Buyers Club." Jimmy Kimmel will host the event, which will also include presenters Jessica Chasta. »
By the end of Pacific Rim, our heroes Raleigh Becket (Charlie Hunnam) and Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi) had successfully sealed the breach and saved humanity Forever… or perhaps not. Doing his damnedest to open a new portal to that alien world is director Guillermo del Toro, who is hard at work with screenwriter Zak Penn…
- Max Evry
By the end of Pacific Rim, our heroes Raleigh Becket (Charlie Hunnam) and Mako Mori (Rinko Kikuchi) had successfully sealed the breach and saved humanity Forever. or perhaps not. Doing his damnedest to open a new portal to that alien world is director Guillermo del Toro, who is hard at work with screenwriter Zak Penn on crafting Pacific Rim 2, and he's given Collider an update on the sequel and the sequel after that. That's right, there will be a third one. »
"We got the first draft of the movie now, and we are going to spend another 4-5 months on the screenplay before we start pre-production. We start pre-production next year in August-September and start shooting November-December next year.
The direction we're going in is very different from the first. All I can say is some of your favorite characters come back, some others don't because we have decided that we're going to shoot ambitiously and say 'Let's hope we have three movies,' so some characters come in »
- Garth Franklin
Back in June, Pacific Rim director Guillermo del Toro announced that Pacific Rim 2 is moving forward, with Warner Bros. handing out an April 3, 2017 release date, along with an animated TV series that will bridge the gap between the first two movies. While promoting his animated adventure The Book of Life, the filmmaker revealed that he is actually planning on making Pacific Rim 3, with certain characters appearing at the end of Pacific Rim 2 that will lead into the third installment.
Here's what he had to say in a recent interview, where he confirmed that a first draft of the Pacific Rim 2 script is complete.
"We got the first draft of the movie now, and we are going to spend another 4-5 months on the screenplay before we start pre-production. We start pre-production next year in August-September and start shooting November-December next year. The direction we're going in is very different from the first. »
Spoiler alert: In the Oct. 14 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em," Leland (Brad Carter) and the Aryan Brotherhood made a return appearance to have a fistfight with Samcro, view the corpses of the ambushed East Dub crew, and taste-test the Mayan heroin that Tully (Marilyn Manson) is going to now distribute in Stockton under Jax's (Charlie Hunnam) new plan. Viewers may recognize the Texas-born, Georgia-raised Carter, who'd auditioned to play an Irish biker on Sons years ago, from HBO's True Detective—he played Ab inmate Charlie Lange. "Fortunately and unfortunately, these kind of characters seem to be in my wheelhouse. »
- Mandi Bierly
Spoiler alert: In the Oct. 14 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em," Alvarez (Emilio Rivera) declines Juice's offer of intel on Samcro in exchange for getting him into Mexico. Instead, Alvarez strikes a deal with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) to hand Juice over...in exchange for inheriting the Irish gun trade once they take down August Marks and splitting Lin's territory with the Niners (which will make up for the Mayans letting the Aryan Brotherhood distribute heroin in Stockton). Rivera, who's recurred on the show since the pilot, talked to EW about Alvarez's play, how he'll remember the show, »
- Mandi Bierly
Charlie Hunnam Films 'Soa'
Hunnam was pictured leaning against his character Jax Teller's Harley Davidson when the cameras weren't rolling. Dressed in his Samcro attire, Hunnam wore baggy jeans, Jax's signature white sneakers and a plaid shirt under his black leather vest. Around his waste, he was packing his trusty knife.
As the Sons of Anarchy cast is nearing the end of filming the show's seventh and final season, the actors have expressed their wish that it wasn't the end of the road. “We could still be telling this story for five more years, but when we signed on for a seven-year contract, in [creator Kurt] Sutter’s mind, »
Sons of Anarchy opened on Tuesday night with Gemma (Katey Sagal) struggling to walk down the road in spike-heeled boots following her late night confrontation with Juice (Theo Rossi), who took off with her truck. When she spots a truck stop diner down the way, she mutters, “Better have cigarettes.” Juice, meanwhile, is knocking up a convenience store.
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At Diosa, Wendy (Drea de Matteo) is outside grabbing a smoke, clearly worrying over something. Bobby (Mark Boone Junior) comes up to her to see how she’s doing. Sensing Wendy’s worked up over Jax (Charlie Hunnam), he admits that the Sons leader doesn’t have an “outer crust,” which causes him to take everything in and boil up. Bobby also acknowledges that Wendy's ex is driven by his heart before he asks her if she still loves him; she does.
After trying to reassure Nero (Jimmy Smits »
Spoiler alert: The Oct. 14 episode of Sons of Anarchy, "Smoke 'Em If You Got 'Em," ended with Juice (Theo Rossi) face-to-face with Jax (Charlie Hunnam) after he tried to make an ill-advised deal with Alvarez (Emilio Rivera) offering intel on Samcro in exchange for help getting into Mexico. Episode director Guy Ferland—who's helmed many memorable hours of Soa including "The Pull," "Albification," and season 7's "Poor Little Lambs"—phoned EW from the set of Gotham, where he's in the director's chair this week, to talk about filming Juice's betrayal, that East Dub ambush, and Gemma's breakdown. EW: Let's start »
- Mandi Bierly
Sons of Anarchy is careening toward its last hoorah and fans are holding on tight for the duration of this daunting final ride. Around every bend there seems to be a new roadblock and there’s no definite way to tell where the road is headed.
Jax (Charlie Hunnam) is leading his crew into no man’s land as he creates an elaborate war to gain a hold over, well, everyone. It’s really a masterful change of pace, since instead of concentrating on one rival gang, Mc, or antagonist (or even two) at a time, the writers have found a way to incorporate all of the players into one last arc. It pays homage to characters that have been on the periphery for multiple seasons, and adds a sense of finality to the entire story. Fans are getting a chance to say goodbye to everyone that has made it through the dark days, »
- Lindsay Sperling
Spend close to 20 hours on location and set with the cast and crew of Sons of Anarchy, and you learn a few fun facts. EW's recent cover story (read it online) reveals some of them: among the objects in Charlie Hunnam's backpack is a marijuana grinder; Katey Sagal is happy to talk about Justin Theroux's jogging attire on The Leftovers. Here are 34 other things gleaned from EW's September visit. In The Makeup Trailer • When you catch Tommy Flanagan (Chibs) singing "Hurt" on his way in at 6:30 a.m., it's definitely the Johnny Cash version. "Of course, the Johnny Cash version, »
- Mandi Bierly
Airing on FX since 2008, Sons of Anarchy has long been the cable channel's biggest show. Will the final season end up being the program's biggest year in the ratings or will it fizzle at the very end? Stay tuned.
Sons of Anarchy revolves around a notorious outlaw motorcycle club as they operate an illegal arms business and protect their small California town from drug dealers, corporate developers, and overzealous law officers. The series features the talents of Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Mark Boone Junior, Kim Coates Tommy Flanagan, Theo Rossi, Dayton Callie, Jimmy Smits, Drea de Matteo, David Labrava, and Niki Nicotera.
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Spoiler alert: In the Oct. 7 episode of Sons of Anarchy, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Henry Lin (Kenneth Choi) finally came to blows over Jax's belief that Lin ordered the hit on Tara. Lin survived the lengthy beatdown, but is headed to jail on drug and gun charges. Choi spoke with EW about filming the fight, Jimmy Smits' brilliance, and the downside of guesting on a show when you're also a big fan of it. EW: When did you find out that Gemma (Katey Sagal) was going to blame Tara's murder on Lin's crew, and what was your reaction? Choi: »
- Mandi Bierly
Sons Of Anarchy returned Tuesday following Lin (Kenneth Choi) and the Chinese's hit on Diosa that left everyone inside dead. Samcro, reeling from the mass murder, refuses to clue law enforcement and Jarry (Annabeth Gish) in on who was behind the slaughter.
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Now, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) and Samcro have an additional motivation to destroy the Chinese besides Tara’s death. It’s decided that they have to track down Desmond, the Barosky (Peter Weller) associate. The beat it out of him that he is the one who took Lin’s money and paved the way for Lin to get the Chinese’s guns back and kill West.
Jax also has to deal with Nero (Jimmy Smits), who is angry with him for not being up front about the war with the Chinese. Though Nero has nothing to do with it, his and his son’s life have been threatened by Lin. »
Sons of Anarchy is moving ahead at full-speed, and if we’re lucky, this momentum will last all the way until the end. Unlike the first few episodes of the final season, “Some Strange Eruption” kept the pace going with the Mc targeting the heart of Lin’s organization after the massacre at Diosa. Tears were shed, hugs were had and blood was spilled, but in the end, the Mc rolled back into Charming with smiles on their faces knowing that it could have always been worse – and very shortly, it probably will be.
The massacre had a weird effect on the entire club. Although Jax (Charlie Hunnam) can’t escape his part in the tragedy, as he realized pretty early on in the episode, it’s triggered something in him that is long past due to surface – a sense of conscious. He isn’t willing to abandon his plan »
- Lindsay Sperling
Spoiler alert: The Oct. 7 episode of Sons of Anarchy finds Gemma (Katey Sagal) driving fragile Juice (Theo Rossi) to a location where she can presumably kill him, only he figures out her plan and ends up pointing her gun at her as she begs for her life. Rossi spoke to EW about the scene, that promo that shows Juice offering intel on Samcro to Alvarez, and the end of Sons. EW: Let's go back to episode four when Juice has that breakdown in front of Wendy and Gemma and admits he doesn't like to be alone. You're hoping that's his low point, »
- Mandi Bierly
According to a new interview, it wasn't because of too much pressure. It also certainly wasn't because he was scared. Instead, the young actor was simply too busy.
"It's very personal to me, and every decision I make comes from my heart," he told Entertainment Weekly. "There's nothing ever monetarily or fame-seeking or any of the other motivations that sometimes go hand-in-hand with this profession... It was very painful, and it was very difficult [decision]."
Turns out, the role of playing Christian Grey would ultimately begin 48 hours after wrapping the Sons of Anarchy season six finale. In addition, if shooting Fifty Shades ran later than expected, Hunnam would have to delay production for another film he committed to titled Crimson Peak.
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