It's kind of a death wish... and Charlie Hunnam knows it... but the "Sons of Anarchy" star says he's dreamed of the chance to get in the Octagon with UFC superstar Conor McGregor. Hunnam says he's a HUUUGE fan of Conor... and watched a…
Ed Sheeran, British singer-songwriter and musician, made his acting debut on The Bastard Executioner, the medieval drama by Sons of Anarchy‘s Kurt Sutter. has just revealed this week via his social media that he will have a role in the upcoming Bridget Jones’s Baby, according to Entertainment Weekly. Show More Summary
In a surprising and interesting development, fans have officially seen the last of The Bastard Executioner. Kurt Sutter recently released a statement with The Hollywood Reporter in which he confirmed that the series would not continue beyond its first season due to the lack of viewership. Show More Summary
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter has said farewell to one project, and fans of the show hope hello to another. Kurt Sutter recently confirmed that his FX TV show The Bastard Executioner will consist only of its first season as the TV show aired its last episode November 17, 2015. Show More Summary
It might seem crazy, but it has already been close to a year since Sons of Anarchy wrapped up its final season. Although we may never see Charlie Hunnam, Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan and Mark Boone Junior together on TV again, fans will have the opportunity to see the Sons of Anarchy stars ride at... Show More Summary
The Bastard Executioner season finale on FX Tuesday night was also its series finale, as the medieval drama has been officially canceled. Showrunner Kurt Sutter, of Sons of Anarchy fame, made the decision to “axe” the show he created in conjunction with FX executives as a result of poor ratings. Show More Summary
Sons of Anarchy was a much-loved show that ended with its seventh season. Characters such as Jax Teller (played by Charlie Hunnam), Clay Morrow (played by Ron Perlman) and Gemma Teller Morrow (played by Katey Sagal) will live on in the minds of viewers. Show More Summary
Sons of Anarchy writer Kurt Sutter has made the surprise announcement that he is pulling the plug on The Bastard Executioner after a single season. Sutter may have created one of the best-loved dramas of modern times with Sons of Anarchy but sadly for Sutter the new show just did not reach the same heights... Show More Summary
Earlier today, the world got the terrible news that Kurt Sutter?s latest series The Bastard Executioner will not return for Season 2 in 2016. But the silver lining here is that Sutter is now able to shift his focus back to the Sons of Anarchy universe.Click To Continue Reading
In an interesting turn of events, FX show The Bastard Executioner was canceled by its own creator, Sons of Anarchy mastermind Kurt Sutter, after only one season. Kurt took out a full-page ad in The Hollywood Reporter to announce the news, citing audience disinterest as the main reason for his "heartbreaking" decision to end the medieval drama. Show More Summary
The "Sons of Anarchy" creator took out an ad to announce he’s ending the struggling FX drama after one season.
The famously, uh, mercurial Sons of Anarchy creator may not have figured out how to start The Bastard Executioner, but he certainly knows how to end it. …Read More
Ron Perlman may be sixty-five years old, but he now looks twenty years younger, thanks to the folks at “Call of Duty,” who have turned back the clock for Perlman. #Gameinsight #Games – Watch Jeff Goldblum, Ron Perlman in New Call ofShow More Summary
Kurt Sutter's follow-up to the successful seven-season run of Sons of Anarchy will not see a second season, as his The Bastard Executioner has been cancelled, only a day after its series finale aired. The decision did not come as...
Kurt Sutter’s 14th century Sons Of Anarchy follow-up The Bastard Executioner has been canceled after its first season. Rather than allow the FX and Fox 21 TV Studios drama to simply fade away after 10 episodes, Sutter has taken the unusual...Show More Summary
Charlie Hunnam has portrayed many characters on the big and small screens. A Ghost Rider is not one of them, although according to MoviePilot, Hunnam would be perfect for the part. Specifically, Charlie Hunnam has been groomed for the part of Ghost Rider because of his role as Jax Teller in Sons of Anarchy and... Show More Summary
You?ve seen him carving a Glasgow smile into Jimmy O. You?ve seen him locking lips with Sheriff Jarry inside a parking garage. Now get ready to see Sons of Anarchy star Tommy Flanagan invade Gotham.Click To Continue Reading
New photos for next week's episode of "Gotham" feature the first look at Tommy Flanagan's character, the Knife.
EXCLUSIVE: Sons Of Anarchy star Tommy Flanagan has landed a lead opposite Nicholas Hoult, Henry Cavill and Logan Marshall Green in Sand Castle, the Fernando Coimbra-directed film that Mark Gordon is producing. Flanagan will play Sgt....Show More Summary
Ever since it was first learned that Kurt Sutter was working on a prequel to Sons of Anarchy, many people have wondered whether or not Charlie Hunnam would make a return appearance as Jax Teller. While a lot of details have emerged since the exciting announcement was made, Sutter recently discussed his plans for the... Show More Summary