“Sons of Anarchy” creator Kurt Sutter recent said in an interview that Charlie Hunnam wanted to make an appearance in “The Bastard Executioner.” Will Hunnam get to be in the historical fiction drama TV series? Read on for more details.
Screenwriter Kurt Sutter, 55, revealed he had been talking with “Sons of Anarchy” stars Charlie Hunnam and Tommy Flanagan to visit the set of his new show “The Bastard Executioner.”
“Charlie really wants to 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,” Sutter told Entertainment Weekly.
Sutter wanted to cast Irish actors whom he had the opportunity to work with in his “Sons of Anarchy” for his new show. And Hunnam would have been a good choice.
Nevertheless, Sutter was hopeful since Timothy V. Murphy would be available for TBX as well as other Irish stars who were once part of SoA, either for a long or short period of time.
Sutter also thought of doing a historical version of Venus Van Dam (Walton Goggins). But he found it quite hard on how to portray a transgender.
“What did transgender look in the 1300s?” Sutter said.
Sutter is very busy in promoting “The Bastard Executioner” especially its premiere date is near, Sept. 15. And sometimes fans can’t help but think that he seemed to have forgotten the “Sons of Anarchy” Prequel.
However, in a recent interview with E! News, Sutter assured fans that it’s happening in a couple of years. He said they have been making talks about the “Sons of Anarchy” Prequel.
“We are interested,” Kurt Sutter said.
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