Charlie Hunnam marked his name in the industry following his successful portrayal as Jax Teller in the FX series, “Sons of Anarchy.” While the 35-year-old actor has previously confirmed that a prequel was in the works, many fans wondered if Hunnam would reprise his role in the movie. Will he begin working on ‘SoA’ prequel after “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur?” Read on to learn more about this scoop.
“Sons of Anarchy” series may have ended in 2014, but fans can brace themselves for a movie prequel, as Charlie Hunnam previously confirmed that series creator Kurt Sutter is planning to work on one. While Hunnam expressed doubts that he will be back for the ‘SoA’ prequel, which is reportedly titled, “The First 9,” many fans are still hoping to see Hunnam back on the small screens.
In a previous report on Entertainment Weekly, Sutter admitted that he is currently in talks with Hunnam about portraying a role in his current project, “The Bastard Executioner.”
“Charlie really wants to come and do, like, a little arc but, he’s sort of booked solid for the next three years, so I don’t know if that’ll happen,” said Sutter.
Aww, sorry guys! It looks like Charlie Hunnam will not be back on the small screens anytime soon! And from the looks of it, it does not sound like he will also star in the “Sons of Anarchy” prequel.
Sutter was right, though, Hunnam really has his hands full this year and in the next two. Hunnam is currently wrapping up for his upcoming movie, “Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur.” In an interview with EW (via Inquisitr), Hunnam revealed that his version of King Arthur was very different from the typical versions.
“He’s a little bit rough around the edges, but he’s basically a survivor. He’s a hustler,” said Hunnam.
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