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During the Weed Road/Safehouse partnership, which was based at Warner Bros., Harold created and set up a six-film franchise based on the King Arthur legend.
The first film in the franchise, “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur,” will be directed by Guy Ritchie, with Charlie Hunnam, Astrid Berger Frisby, Jude Law and Djimon Hounsou starring. Weed Road and Safehouse are producing with Ritchie’s producing partner Lionel Wigram. Harold is set to write the next installment.
Safehouse has hired Matt Schwartz as VP. He was previously VP of film and TV at the Weed Road/Safehouse collaborative.
- Dave McNary
Before Sons of Anarchy and before Charlie Hunnam became a bona-fide heartthrob, the sexy Brit appeared on the short-lived TV series Undeclared. Created by Judd Apatow back in 2001, the show followed a group of college freshmen, and along with Hunnam, the series also starred familiar faces like Seth Rogen, Jay Baruchel, and Carla Gallo. As Lloyd Haythe, Charlie played the main character's hot British roommate - a theater major who was all about the ladies. Whether you loved all 17 episodes or never watched the show, relive Charlie's best Jax Teller moments, then take a trip down memory lane with this ode to his Undeclared days, including GIFs, clips, and must-see photos of 21-year-old Charlie. »
Martin Luther King Jr., is a celebrated American icon. His wife, Coretta, was a beloved American public figure. President Lyndon Johnson was a colorful Texan, and Governor George Wallace was a good ol' boy son of the South from Alabama. In director Ava DuVernay's Best Picture nominee about the 1965 Selma civil-rights march, however, they're portrayed by David Oyelowo, Carmen Ejogo, Tom Wilkinson, and Tim Roth, respectively, who share at least one thing in common: They're British. Selma isn't an exception—rather, the Brits seem to be everywhere lately. Last year's Best Picture winner, 12 Years a Slave, about a 19th-century »
- Jeff Labrecque
After revealing the main cast members on his Twitter page earlier today, Ghostbusters director Paul Feig also used the social media platform to announce the July 22, 2016 release date. The reboot, which stars Kristen Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Leslie Jones and Kate McKinnon, will be going up against Warner Bros.' medieval adventure Knights of the Round Table: King Arthur, starring Charlie Hunnam, and Lionsgate's action reboot Power Rangers on that same date. Ghostbusters also falls between the animated sequel Ice Age 5 on July 15, 2016 and the Untitled Matt Damon Bourne Sequel on July 29, 2016.
Just hours after the cast members were confirmed, another report surfaced that Sony wants Bill Murray to play Martin Heiss, a professional ghost debunker who tries to prove that these new Ghostbusters are faking the videos that they're posting online. The character is described as similar to William Atherton's Walter Peck from the original Ghostbusters. Peter Dinklage, »
Sons of Anarchy's series finale aired last month, and if you're having withdrawals, we have just what you need. Charlie Hunnam and Katey Sagal both have new shows and movies lined up, as do a bunch of the cast of FX's hit drama. Which star is reuniting with the show's creator, Kurt Sutter, for a new series? Who is coming up in Gillian Flynn's next big-screen adaptation? Find out, and make sure you get your fill of steamy Jax GIFs and sexy Charlie Hunnam as well! »
Before today, I wasn’t sold on the idea of Jamie Dornan playing the almighty Christian Grey. I mean, it’s Christian Grey — Dornan didn’t seem manly or devastatingly handsome enough to fill his shoes. But now, never before seen footage from Fifty Shades of Grey is here, and the man proves he’s serious about making our dreams come true.
In Ellie Goulding‘s “Love Me Like You Do” video Dornan’s muscles are on display, as well as a large-and-in-charge demeanor, and some sweet, sweet love making. Suddenly, my top picks to play Christian Grey on the big screen (Matt Bomer, Charlie Hunnam) have disappeared from memory.
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For those who wondered if Dornan was manly enough to play Mr. Grey, or if he could live up to the S&M King’s stature, your questions are about to be answered. I’m still bummed »
- Taylor Ferber
[Brightcove "20893960" "" "" "auto"] Jennifer Lopez stars in The Boy Next Door opposite hunky actor Ryan Guzman, which begs the question: If she could choose a Hollywood hottie to call "neighbor," who would it be? "Can I have a man next door?" the actress-singer, 45, tells People with a sly smile in an exclusive clip. "If I had a man next door I would have … like Charlie Hunnam or Tom Hardy ... or Frank Grillo. Those are my kind of men next door." It's a good thing all of those guys are taken, though. "I think it's a bad idea to date the boy next door, »
- Jeff Nelson, @nelson_jeff
What better time than now to feast your eyes on some of Charlie Hunnam's sexiest moments? The British actor has been in the spotlight for more than a decade, but thanks to the popularity of Sons of Anarchy, his starring role in 2013's Pacific Rim, and the fact that he backed out of the Fifty Shades of Grey movie, Charlie has definitely been making more headlines over the past few years. For a fun dose of eye candy, relive his sexiest moments on Sons of Anarchy, then take a look at 22 times Charlie looked really, really good. Source: Men's Fitness / Jim Wright »
Charlie Hunnam is reportedly set to star in 'American Drug Lord'. The 'Sons of Anarchy' actor is reportedly set to play cartel leader Edgar Valdez in the upcoming film based on a 2011 Rolling Stone article of the same name, by Vanessa Grigoriadis and Mary Cuddehe. The story follows high school football player Valdez, a Mexican/American born and raised in Laredo, Texas, who became the first Us citizen to lead his own drug cartel and the movie tells his story moving narcotics from his base in Acapulco. 'American Sniper' writer Jason Hall is to pen the script and is writing the character for Hunnam to portray, reports Deadline. Sarah Esberg of Plan B will executive produce the movie, with Jillian Share and Sophie Sikora are supervising for Legendary. Hunnam - who previously starred in the sci-fi adventure 'Pacific Rim', directed by Guillermo del Toro - is »
Charlie Hunnam suited up to sit front row at the Calvin Klein show during Milan Menswear Fashion Week in Italy over the weekend. While watching the fashion show, Charlie was all smiles, and he looked runway-ready himself when he posed for pictures. Later, the sexy star also stepped out for the Calvin Klein dinner, sporting yet another dapper look when he linked up with Creative Director Italo Zucchelli for photos. Over the Summer, Charlie stripped down for the campaign launching Calvin Klein's women's fragrance, Reveal, alongside model Doutzen Kroes, and he's also the face of Calvin Klein's Reveal Men campaign. The actor's overseas trip comes after last week's news that Charlie will star in American Drug Lord, teaming up with American Sniper screenwriter Jason Hall for a film based on the true story of a high school football player who gets caught up in the drug trade. Take a look »
The Sons of Anarchy star will play Mexico's only Us-born drug kingpin in Legendary Pictures' biopic, reports Deadline.
It will centre around Texas high school American football player Edgar Valdez's rise to the head of a Mexican drug cartel under his sporting nickname, La Barbie.
Queer As Folk cast - Then and Now: What the show's stars did next
Sons of Anarchy recently concluded with its seventh season.
A Russell T Davies TV project is always something to be excited about. From gifting us Queer as Folk to saving Doctor Who, he has given us a lot to be grateful for over the years. Hence why his various comeback series on Channel 4, E4 and online later this month are being greeted with such a sense of anticipation.
Cucumber, Banana and Tofu come 16 years after Davies shook up TV with Queer as Folk and his new shows look likely to be just as exciting, exploring the passions and pitfalls of 21st century gay life with a candid sense of humour.
Aidan Gillen (Stuart)
After playing the sexually rampant Stuart, Gillen landed a role in what many critics claim to be the "greatest »
Charlie Hunnam Lovers Unite! The voting is over and you guys have crowned the former Sons of Anarchy star as the winner of the Celeb Men's Best Bod tournament, and we must say—well done, guys. Well. Done. When it came to the finals, Hunnam was put up against fellow heartthrob Chris Hemsworth, and although we anticipated a pretty close race, the end result was a landslide in Charlie's favor. He took over with 75 percent of the vote! (Consider this our official nomination for this year's Sexiest Man Alive, thank you very much.) In honor of Hunnam's big accomplishment, we're going to treat you to a bunch of his hot and sexy pictures, because...duh. Enjoy! »
The sexy romance “Fifty Shades of Grey” doesn’t open until Valentine’s Day weekend, but it already has movie fans hot and bothered. The much-anticipated adaptation of E.L. James’ steamy bestseller is the fastest-selling R-rated movie in the 15-year history of Fandango, the online ticket broker reported Friday.
In its first week of availability, Universal Pictures’ erotic love story starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan has outstripped sales for R-rated blockbusters “Sex and the City 2,” both of “The Hangover” sequels and “Gone Girl.”
- Todd Cunningham
After playing one tragic outlaw across multiple years on FX’s recently concluded Sons of Anarchy, Charlie Hunnam is taking on another anti-hero role. The actor just signed on to star in a drama that Legendary is adapting from the 2011 Rolling Stone article “An American Drug Lord in Acapulco.” Legendary is moving quickly ahead with the project and has already set American Sniper scribe Jason Hall to pen the script.
Whether the pic will directly adapt the story of the article remains to be seen, but Rolling Stone’s piece, by Vanessa Grigoriadis and Mary Cuddehe, centered on the life of Edgar Valdez, a high school football player from Texas who went on to become a cartel leader in Mexico, the only U.S. citizen to accomplish such a feat.
Operating out of Acapulco, Valdez, known as La Barbie after a nickname given to him by his high school football coach, »
- Isaac Feldberg
Brad Pitt, Christian Bale and Ryan Gosling — what more do you need? Well, when it's a studio-driven drama about the housing bubble and financial crisis that features no superheroes, you'll take as many people as you can get. And thus, Steve Carell has joined the Adam McKay-directed "The Big Short." The adaptation of the Michael Lewis bestseller will find the Oscar-nominated "Foxcatcher" actor playing "Steve Eisman, a money manager who shorted subprime mortgages" in a movie that "chronicles multiple storylines and juggles various characters against the backdrop of the housing and credit bubbles of the 2000s that led to the 2007-08 global financial crisis." No word yet on when filming will begin. [THR] Legendary Pictures is developing an adaptation of the 2011 Rolling Stone article "American Drug Lord" as a vehicle for Charlie Hunnam. Oscar-nominated Jason Hall ("American Sniper") will pen the screenplay about »
- Kevin Jagernauth
It's the final countdown! All week, you've been putting in your votes (sometimes repeatedly on the same day—dedication!) to see your favorite hunky Hollywood celeb win the Celeb Men's Best Bod tournament, and now we've finally narrowed it down to the last two stars. It's come down to a pair of blond babes whose muscles are just as drool-worthy as their charming smiles and mesmerizing baby blues. So is it gonna be People's Sexiest Man Alive Chris Hemsworth or former motorcycle-riding bad boy Charlie Hunnam? Place your votes below and come back tomorrow to see who won! »
You might think that Charlie Hunnam had spent enough time dabbling in illegal actions, violence and drug deals during seven seasons of Sons Of Anarchy. But Legendary thinks its Pacific Rim star could be the man to bring a real-life story of an unlikely narcotics kingpin to the screen in American Drug Lord.American Sniper writer Jason Hall has been hired to adapt Vanessa Grigoriadis and Mary Cuddehe’s 2011 Rolling Stone article that documented the surprising rise to power of Edgar Valdez. A high-school American football player from Texas, he ended up as the only Us citizen to become a cartel leader in Mexico. Working his way up the command structure, he nicknamed himself 'La Barbie' after the name handed to him by his school football coach and made $130 million in one year in the illegal business.As his grip on power intensified, he became ever more violent, filming the »
The fact-based tale follows Barry Seal, a 1980s pilot who was also a gun runner and trafficker that smuggled contraband for both the CIA and the Medellin cartel.
He ultimately was shot to death by the cartel in Baton Rouge. Cruise already has one qualification for the role as he's an accomplished pilot in his own right.
Cruise isn't the only one planning a true story drug trade tale. Legendary Pictures is planning a film adaptation of a 2011 Rolling Stone article which would be a starring vehicle for "Sons of Anarchy" and "Pacific Rim" actor Charlie Hunnam.
The story follows Edgar Valdez, »
- Garth Franklin
Exclusive: After completing a long run as the tragic motorcycle club leader on Sons Of Anarchy, Charlie Hunnam is going to play another character who gets lost in the drug trade. Legendary has acquired the 2011 Rolling Stone article American Drug Lord, and they have set American Sniper scribe Jason Hall to write the script as a potential star vehicle for Hunnam.
Legendary will produce with Plan B’s Dede Gardner and Jeremy Kleiner and Hunnam. It is based on the story of Edgar Valdez, a high school football player from Texas who would become the only U.S. citizen to rise to the level of cartel leader in Mexico. From his base in Acapulco, Valdez, who brought the nickname La Barbie that was given him by his high school football coach, made $130 million in one year moving drugs from Colombia. He became increasingly feared and allegedly ratcheted up the violence »
- Mike Fleming Jr
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