The other day saw 'Sons of Anarchy''s seventh and final season debuting its first photo alongside new info on the 105-minute September 9 premiere, as will this coming week see Kurt Sutter and the cast dishing on the final ride from Comic-Con 2014, but why wait? The 'Sons of Anarchy' final season cast has made yet another surprising addition, while cast and producers dish on the heightened mood permeating SAMCRO.
Yesterday saw FX's biker bro drama 'Sons of Anarchy' planting a flag on September 9 for its seventh and final season premiere, but there are even more SAMCRO goods in store before next Sunday's Comic-Con 2014 panel. Check out our first photo from the 1 hour 45 minute premiere with guest star Marilyn Manson, and be prepared for some spoilery new details of the final 'Sons of Anarchy' season at hand!
Just over a week before FX's 'Sons of Anarchy' roars out its final panel at Comic-Con 2014, season 7 at last has an official premiere date. SAMCRO will fly straight for 105 total minutes when 'Sons of Anarchy' season 7 premieres this September, with a special airing of the "Anarchy Afterword" talk show to follow on FX.
Yesterday brought word that FX's road-rashing biker drama 'Sons of Anarchy' would take one last ride through Comic-Con 2014 to promote its seventh and final season, but the long-running series couldn't wait that long to hit the road. Watch Jax Teller channel Ghost Rider, the Reaper, and Hamlet all at once with the first trailer teaser for 'Sons of Anarchy' season 7!
And lo, another 'Sons of Anarchy' season finale has come to pass, bringing at least two major offerings for the reaper and another nail in the coffin of the FX biker drama's hope for a happy ending. As the dust settles, we look to series creator Kurt Sutter to explain the rational behind the shocking deaths of season 6 closer "A Mother's Work," and lay the groundwork for Jax Teller's likely final ride in season 7.
Here's the good news: Legendary Pictures has officially given Guillermo del Toro's new horror film an April 2015 release date. Now, the bad news: They've also give the film, previously titled 'Crimson Peak,' a crappy, generic new title - 'Haunted Peak.'
Bad news, '50 Shades of Grey' fans: Charlie Hunnam has cracked the whip and dropped out of playing Christian Grey in the upcoming big screen adaptation of the beloved softcore novel. We're not sure how you'll break this news to your mothers, but our thoughts are with you in this difficult time.
Judd Apatow followed up his acclaimed television series 'Freaks and Geeks' (produced by Apatow, created by Paul Feig) with 'Undeclared,' a similarly -- and tragically -- short-lived series. This time, the plot followed a group of college freshmen struggling to navigate their new adult lives and all the friendships and relationships along the way. The show ended in 2002 after just one season, but found an extended life on DVD and helped kickstart the careers of Charlie Hunnam, Seth Rogen, and Jay Baruchel. 11 years later, we head back to the fictional University of Northeastern California and see what our favorite freshmen are up to now.
At long last, our national nightmare is over: Universal and Focus Features have found their leads for the upcoming adaptation of '50 Shades of Grey.' Dakota Johnson of 'The Social Network' has been cast as Anastasia Steele, the college student who enters into a dominant/submissive relationship with enigmatic businessman Christian Grey because fairy tales do come true, or something. Charlie Hunnam of 'Pacific Rim' and 'Sons of Anarchy' will play Christian.
When monstrous creatures, known as Kaiju, arise from the ocean and terrorize civilization, humanity builds monsters of its own, Jaeger robots, to fight back.