‘Sons of Anarchy’ Prequel Update: SoA’s Kim Coates, Mark Boone, Theo Rossi Enjoy Breaks While Waiting for Kurt Sutter
“Sons of Anarchy” stars are doing something worthwhile in their lives while perhaps waiting for the “Sons of Anarchy” (SoA) Prequel. Kim Coates and Mark Boone Junior visited Big Brothers Big Sisters St. Catharines-Thorold & District Ride for Kids Sake last Saturday to support the organization and Theo Rossie taking care of his newborn baby. When will the prequel show? Read on for more details.
Though the prequel was previously confirmed to come, Coates and Boone Junior were spending some of their spare time in doing outreaches. The two went to the said location in order raise the organization’s exposure and funding in which it was able to have at least $35,000 last year.
According to NiagaraThisWeek.com, Coates and Boone Junior also joined various activities during the even including “a poker run with 320 riders from various places in Niagara, the province, and North America. They also hit the roads with 20 VIP riders.”
“We had Theo last year and we were lucky to get Boone this year,” Coates said via NiagaraThisWeek.com report. “We dipsy doodled through tons of acreage, vineyards and gorgeous country.”
Speaking about the “Sons of Anarchy” (SoA), Boone Junior thought its popularity is expanding.
“It’s hard to know the impact is until you run into fans who are absolutely obsessed with it. And that audience does keep expanding,” Boone Junior said.
On the other hand, People Magazine reported that “Sons of Anarchy” co-star Theo Rossi previously Tweeted his excitement as a father.
“My wife is doing great and my son Kane is perfect. We don’t know what it is, but we’re pretty excited about it. I’m just excited for this baby to grow up in New York City because it’s the greatest place in the world, and made who I am,” Rossi told the magazine.
It is still uncertain if these three stars would come back in “Sons of Anarchy” (SoA) Prequel since latest information about it are scarce. What only Kurt Sutter said was that “we wouldn’t do that for a couple of years, IGN reported.
Hopefully, it won’t be that long. Nevertheless, the stars are enjoying their breaks.
“Sons of Anarchy” is FX’s highest rated series, averaging to 4.9 million viewers per week during its airtime.
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