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Does the original Mr Grey, Charlie Hunnam, regret quitting 50 Shades? pic.twitter.com/R6SBFxk3ur - This Morning (@thismorning) February 17, 2017 Charlie Hunnam opened up once again on Friday about his decision to walk away from Fifty Shades of Grey back in 2013. He was originally cast as Christian Grey (ahem, we understand why), but he ended up dropping the role, a decision he doesn't regret. As Hunnam explained during his appearance on This Morning, he put a lot of thought into that choice and feels Jamie Dornan was meant to play the part. "With work, I'm very labored and take a long time and it creates a lot of anxiety making these big decisions," he said. "But once I've made the decision, I'm very disciplined about never looking back." This isn't the first time Hunnam has talked about dropping out of the franchise. In a 2015 interview with V Man, he »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Robert Pattinson and Fka twigs spent their Thursday night out on the town—together. After past speculation of trouble in paradise for this private pair, the engaged twosome resurfaced at the European premiere of Pattinson's Lost City of Z in London arm in arm. The film also stars Sienna Miller and Charlie Hunnam, both of whom also walked the red carpet. Sporting their red carpet best, the British actor arrived in a navy suit with a black tie while his fiancée donned a black jumpsuit with zipper embellishments. The couple posed along the red carpet, at times gazing at each other while surrounded by the frenzy of the event. Prior to this public »
“When alien life entered our world it was from deep beneath the Pacific Ocean – a fissure between two tectonic plates…a portal between dimensions.” Charlie Hunnam and his dubious accent may not be returning for Pacific Rim: Uprising, but his description of The Breach, that interdimensional portal connecting Earth with the kaiju world, still carries a lot of weight going into the release of Steven S. DeKnight’s blockbuster sequel.
Yes, Gipsy Danger and the gang managed to seal off The Breach at the tail-end of Guillermo del Toro’s original creature feature – at the expense of America’s greatest weapon, mind you – but if there was ever any lingering doubt that the kaiju are set to stage a resurgence in 2018’s Pacific Rim: Uprising, the sequel’s official logo has arrived, and it essentially puts those rumors to bed.
Unveiled via DeKnight’s Instagram feed (with a tip of »
- Michael Briers
Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs hit the red carpet together for the London premiere of his new film, The Lost City of Z, on Thursday. The engaged couple looked stylish as they posed for photos - Robert cut a suave figure in a blue suit while Twigs rocked a black zippered jumpsuit - before Rob linked up with his costars, Sienna Miller, Tom Holland, and Charlie Hunnam, who also wore a blue suit for the occasion. It's been a while since we've seen Rob and Twigs in an official capacity - they last attended the Dance Project Gala together in December - but we did catch them on a romantic date night in London just last week. Related:The Cutest Pictures of Robert Pattinson and FKA Twigs »
- Brittney Stephens
Charlie Hunnam looked as handsome as ever at the UK premiere of The Lost City of Z on Thursday. He attended the event in London with his costars Robert Pattinson and Sienna Miller, and at one point, he ran into yet another sexy star, Rami Malek, who gave him a big hug as they walked the red carpet. Throughout the night, Charlie took some time for his fans, too, stopping to sign autographs and smile for selfies. The cast's UK stop comes after a trip to Germany, where Charlie and Robert linked up and stole hearts the at 67th annual Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin. Meanwhile, as Charlie makes the press rounds for his new film, he's been opening up about his personal life a bit, mentioning marriage and kids as he talked to Total Film about his "incredibly understanding girlfriend." Related:30 Things You May Not Know About Charlie »
- Laura Marie Meyers
Author: Jon Lyus
Director James Gray has made a number of superlative films. Films such as We Own the Night, Two Lovers and 2013’s under-seen classic The Immigrant each have Gray’s trademark of a startlingly assured hand. His latest film, which had its European premiere in London this evening, is another exploration of human identity albeit in a far more adventurous form.
The premiere Of The Lost City Of Z was held at The British Museum in London and was attended by actors Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland, Edward Ashley, Harry Melling, Tom Mulheron, and director James Gray.
- Jon Lyus
Last week, fans finally got their first official look at John Boyega in Pacific Rim: Uprising as Jake Pentecost, the young son of Stacker Pentecost (Idris Elba) from the original Pacific Rim. Since we haven't been given any official plot details thus far, as production continues on this epic action sequel, photos will have to suffice for now. Today director Steven S. DeKnight unveiled the official logo for the sequel. There isn't much to be gleaned from this logo, as far as plot details go, but the blazing streak of fire between the Pacific and Rim hints that this sequel certailny won't skimp on the action.
Director Steven S. DeKnight took to Instagram today to unveil this official logo, although he wouldn't offer any further details, as production continues. This image comes just a few days after a new poster teased new Jaeger robots, one of which resembles the iconic »
Author: Jon Lyus
It’s always a huge pleasure to catch up with Tom Holland, and tonight at the European Premiere of James Gray’s The Lost City of Z we were able to get some time with one of Young Hollywood’s busiest stars. He appears alongside Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller and Robert Pattinson in Gray’s film however our conversation on the red carpet did turn to his forthcoming appearance in Marvel’s Spider-Man Homecoming.
While our full interview concentrated on his role in The Lost City of Z, we were able to ask the young actor about his emerging role as Peter Parker and his masked alias. His introductory turn in Captain America: Civil War was easily a highlight of the film for many, us included. However it was only when the first trailer for his solo outing arrived that fans had their chance to see what »
- Jon Lyus
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Though many are holding out for new looks at Warner Bros.’ other 2017 tentpoles (read: Wonder Woman and Justice League), Trailer Track is reporting that a brand new trailer for Guy Ritchie’s medieval actioner King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword is in the can.
Pointing to a listing from the BBFC, Tt’s report confirms that the impending promo will run for two minutes and 12 seconds and has been rated 12A, which is essentially the UK equivalent of PG-13. No further details were disclosed, but we expect the trailer to slice and dice its way online in the coming weeks.
- Michael Briers
It doesn't matter how much time has passed since Sons of Anarchy ended (but for the record, it's been a year and four months): it still sucks that it's over. Sure, there may be a spinoff in the works, but what are we supposed to do until then? Nothing currently airing on TV is quite like the FX biker series, but there are a few shows that we would suggest if you're in a rut without Jax Teller and pals. Take a look to get our recommendations, and check out Charlie Hunnam's sexiest moments on the show. Related:The Hands-Down Hottest Jax Teller Moments on Sons of Anarchy38 Sexy Reasons We Miss Charlie Hunnam on Sons of AnarchyWhere You Can Watch the Cast of Sons of Anarchy in Their Next Roles17 Reasons You Should Definitely Binge-Watch Sons of Anarchy »
- Maggie Pehanick
Robert Pattinson and Charlie Hunnam are both pretty hot on their own, but together? Call the fire department. The sexy duo attended a photo call and panel for their new film, The Lost City of Z, as a part of the 67th annual Berlinale International Film Festival in Berlin, Germany on Tuesday. They joined costar Sienna Miller while posing for photos, and shared a few laughs with each other. Later on they hit the red carpet with director James Gray for the film's premiere, where we're sure they had tongues wagging. Keep reading to see more photos, and be sure to check Donald Trump's Twitter account just in case he has any thoughts on what Robert is up to now. Related:Robert Pattinson Steps Out Without Fka Twigs, but Still Has Sienna Miller by His Side »
- Quinn Keaney
We’re now exactly two months away from the release of James Gray‘s period epic The Lost City of Z and ahead of the U.S. bow, the director and cast have stopped by Berlinale for the European premiere. Joined by Charlie Hunnam, Robert Pattinson, and Sienna Miller, the director and ensemble discuss the role of women in the film, the experience shooting on-location, not wanting to repeat The Embrace of the Serpent, and in one of the most fascinating bits, Gray talks about the unfortunate current relevance of the film.
“Unfortunately, the movie I think is as relevant as ever because we can not close the book on what is clearly a white — let’s be honest here — a white and very racist and colonialist view of the world and unfortunately it still needs exposure,” says Gray. “I wish I could say that we don’t have this »
- Leonard Pearce
A ratings success, as well as the show that launched the career of Charlie Hunnam, the biker gang adult drama was long a fan favourite.
Mayans Mc will focus on the inner working of the Mayans Mc charter that made numerous appearances during the original shows run. The new show’s main focus will be character Ez Reyes and Olmos will be playing Reyes’ father.
Deadline describe the character as “the once strong Mexican patriarch, crushed by bullets and hard labor, who struggles to keep his past buried and lead his sons down a lawful, »
- Samuel Brace
The Lost City Of Z review
James Gray follows up previous crime movies The Yards, We Own The Night and the previous Little Odessa, all of which were impressive in their own way, with this ambitious, yet involving period piece about the legendary British explorer Colonel Percy Fawcett who, in the early twentieth century, embarked on a series of journeys to find a mysterious lost city in the Amazon jungle.
Charlie Hunnam (Green Street, Sons Of Anarchy) leads the cast of this epic 140-minute motion picture that is reminiscent of movies made in an era a long ago. In The Lost City Of Z he plays the lead of Fawcett, an ambitious »
- Paul Heath
Adapted from David Grann’s 2009 book of the same name, The Lost City of Z sees the welcome return of director James Gray (The Immigrant) in a highly ambitious project. The film is a semi-biographical account in the life of legendary British explorer Percy Fawcett and follows his adventures in the uncharted Amazonian territories. Gray – a director well versed in the glory days of British cinema – pays homage to the films he loves as he takes his audience on an unrelenting journey in search of what Fawcett called the “City of Z”, an ancient settlement deep in the heart of the Amazon.
Set in the early part of the 20th century and within the realm of a soon to be defunct British empire, the film stars Charlie Hunnam (Sons of Anarchy, Pacific Rim) as Major Percy Fawcett, a lowly army officer belittled by his superiors and in need »
Based on author David Grann’s nonfiction bestseller, The Lost City Of Z tells the incredible true story of British explorer Percy Fawcett (Charlie Hunnam), who journeys into the Amazon at the dawn of the 20th century and discovers evidence of a previously unknown, advanced civilization that may have once inhabited the region. Despite being ridiculed […]
In “The Lost City of Z,” which plays in Berlinale Special Gala on Tuesday, director James Gray confronts the racism that was rampant at the start of the last century, but does so with one eye on the prejudice that persists to this day, not least in President Trump’s America.
In the film, Charlie Hunnam plays a British explorer, Percy Fawcett, who becomes obsessed with finding an ancient metropolis hidden in the Amazon jungle. In telling Fawcett’s story Gray sought to hit head-on the “human tendency to rank, to put in categories, and to oppress,” he tells Variety.
“The book is not closed on the white man’s racism,” Gray says. “Unfortunately [the subject] is, if anything, as timely as ever, especially given the current President of the United States.”
It was his desire to look at racism’s pernicious effects that led Gray to take on the adaptation of »
- Leo Barraclough
Charlie Hunnam has been quite busy over the past few years, but he's working on finding more of a balance in his life as he considers marriage and children in his future. The actor stars in two big movies out this Spring, The Lost City of Z and King Arthur, and he's been working steadily since he wrapped Sons of Anarchy in late 2014. Back in December, Charlie acknowledged that he cut off communication with his longtime girlfriend, Morgana McNelis, while filming The Lost City of Z, admitting that the move was a bit too method. He elaborated on the struggle to find a work-life balance in the latest issue of Total Film, which is out now. "I have an incredibly understanding girlfriend who is requiring more and more as we get older that I figure out a way to balance these things a little better," he said. "I've gotten off pretty easily so far, »
- Laura Marie Meyers
The first clip has been released from “The Lost City of Z,” James Gray’s follow-up to his masterful “The Immigrant.” Charlie Hunnam stars as Percy Fawcett, a British explorer whose exploits are recounted in David Grann’s best-selling nonfiction book. Watch the clip (which first premiered on Deadline) below.
Read More: Read More: ‘The Lost City Of Z’ Is A Beautifully Old-Fashioned Adventure — Nyff Review
Fawcett trekked into the Amazon early in the 1900s, coming across evidence of a lost, ancient civilization and becoming obsessed with learning more about it. In the clip, Hunnam finds himself perusing maps of South America with two older gentlemen whose intentions he has trouble discerning. “The journey may well mean your life,” he’s told by one of them. “At the very least you will be gone for several years. But, were you to succeed, such an undertaking could earn you soldierly decoration »
- Michael Nordine
Fifty Shades Darker madness is on, and we're stoking the fire. To be honest, we're already obsessed with the Fifty Shades Darker soundtrack, and the movie itself is actually really good. You might now forever see Jamie Dornan as Christian and Dakota Johnson as Ana, but did you know there were a ton of other actors up for the roles? Take a look at the contenders like Charlie Hunnam, Shailene Woodley, and more stars who were almost cast in the racy film! Related:Everything We Know About Fifty Shades DarkerFifty Shades Darker: Christian Confronts His Stalker in the Sexiest Trailer Yet8 Major Things You Can Expect to See in Fifty Shades Darker »
- Maggie Pehanick
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