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The Charlie Hunnam Onscreen Hookup You Never Knew About

26 April 2015 11:00 AM, PDT | BuzzSugar | See recent BuzzSugar news »

There's a lot you may not know about Charlie Hunnam, including the fact that he starred on the UK version of Queer as Folk. He portrayed Nathan, a 15-year-old who is beginning to explore the gay scene in Manchester, England. That's not even the best part: his love interest, a more experienced gentleman, was played by Aiden Gillan, aka Petyr "Littlefinger" Baelish from Game of Thrones. Out of all of Hunnam's previous roles, this might be the most interesting. In case you didn't catch the series, which premiered in 1999, take a look at the video below to see what you missed. »

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Doctor Who: Doom Coalition arriving in November from Big Finish

28 March 2015 5:09 AM, PDT | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

After yesterday’s brilliant news of Big Finish extending their Doctor Who audio licence until 2020, today they have released even more fantastic news about Doctor Who: Doom Coalition, which is expected to go on sale in November 2015

Doom Coalition is an epic saga that will span four box sets (a total of sixteen episodes) forming one breathtaking inter-connecting saga that will push the Doctor’s bravery and resourcefulness to its limits.  Starring Paul McGann as the Eighth Doctor and his companion Liv Chenka (Nicola Walker) they will both head into a brand new era of Doctor Who, as the Tardis is recalled to Gallifrey by the Time Lords. And they will be battling a new foe known only as The Eleven.

“The overall story of Doom Coalition was devised by myself and Ken Bentley over the course of many walks to the studio,” says producer David Richardson, “Our framework »

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Charlie Hunnam on Whether He'd Go Full Frontal: "I Have Nothing to Hide"

13 March 2015 10:45 AM, PDT | Popsugar.com | See recent Popsugar news »

In an interview with Elle Canada, Charlie Hunnam got candid about masculinity and his willingness to strip down in front of the camera. When asked about his shirtless Calvin Klein Reveal campaign and his many sexy moments on Sons of Anarchy, Charlie said, "The level of nudity that I do now, which is taking my shirt off, doesn't bother me at all." He mentioned that when he was 18, he went full frontal on the TV show Queer as Folk, but censorship wouldn't allow the scene to air because he was playing a 15-year-old character. And as for whether he'd go full frontal again? "I don't know," Charlie said. "I'm sure I would. I have nothing to hide." Asked about masculinity, Charlie shared his two cents on what it means to be a man today: "Standing on your own two feet, living by your code of honor, and being a rock for the people around you. »

- Laura-Marie-Meyers

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Charlie Hunnam on whether he'd go full frontal: 'I've got nothing to hide'

13 March 2015 7:04 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Charlie Hunnam has said that he hasn't ruled out appearing full frontal nude on-screen.

The Sons of Anarchy star told Elle that he doesn't have a problem with appearing fully naked, having already done so as a young actor.

"The level of nudity that I do now, which is taking my shirt off, doesn't bother me at all," he said.

"But I have done full frontal before. I did full frontal when I was 18 on the TV show Queer as Folk. But because I was playing a 15-year-old character, the censorship people wouldn't allow us to put it on TV."

When asked if he would still be willing to go nude 20 years later, he said: "I think when I was young, I was a little bit more fearless with that stuff. I don't know... I'm sure I would; I have nothing to hide."

Hunnam was originally in line to play »

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Charlie Hunnam on Full Frontal Nudity: ‘I Have Nothing to Hide’

13 March 2015 5:01 AM, PDT | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

When it comes to on-screen nudity, actor Charlie Hunnam has nothing to hide.

Yet, some wouldn’t know that after the former Sons of Anarchy star joined and then immediately dropped out of Fifty Shades of Grey, which would have potential saw him dropping his trousers as Christian Grey.

News: Charlie Hunnam Had a 'Fifty Shades of Grey' Breakdown

However, Hunnam’s film and TV credits include a number of nude scenes, which have evolved from his full frontal days on the UK version of Queer as Folk to the highly appreciated butt shots on the FX series.

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“The level of nudity that I do now, which is taking my shirt off, doesn’t bother me at all. But I have done full frontal before,” Hunnam tells Elle Canada. “I did full frontal when I was 18 on the TV show Queer as Folk. But because I was playing a 15-year-old character, the censorship »

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Charlie Hunnam Replaces Benedict Cumberbatch In James Gray’s The Lost City Of Z

3 February 2015 2:47 PM, PST | We Got This Covered | See recent We Got This Covered news »

It’s been well over a year since any significant movement was made on James Gray’s The Lost City Of Z. In late 2013, Twilight‘s Robert Pattinson joined the cast, which, at that time, only included Benedict Cumberbatch in the lead. Then, in December, Sienna Miller was reportedly grafted onto the project in a minor role, with outlets announcing that production would commence in summer 2015.

Was that imminent lensing date a motivating factor for acquiring a new leading man? Either way, Deadline reports that Cumberbatch is off the project and Sons Of Anarchy star Charlie Hunnam is taking his place. It’s likely that the former has had to reshuffle his pending projects due to his Marvel commitments on Doctor Strange.

Whatever the reason, the unknown cause of the film’s delay now means that Hunnam will play Percival Fawcett, described as a “British colonial who disappeared in the »

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Sons of Anarchy's Charlie Hunnam playing Mexico drug lord in new movie

19 January 2015 9:03 AM, PST | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Charlie Hunnam has been cast in the lead role in American Drug Lord.

The Sons of Anarchy star will play Mexico's only Us-born drug kingpin in Legendary Pictures' biopic, reports Deadline.

American Sniper writer Jason Hall is working on the screenplay based on 2011 Rolling Stone article 'An American Drug Lord in Acapulco'.

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.

Hunnam will next be seen in Guillermo del Toro's Crimson Peak. »

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