Photos: Charlie Prepping in Hawaii Ahead of Filming (March 15th)

Photos: Charlie Prepping in Hawaii Ahead of Filming (March 15th)

On March 15th Charlie was spotted shirtless (Yes, you read correctly. Shirtless. Is it Christmas already? 😉 ) on the beach in Hawaii with his upcoming co-stars Garrett Hedlund, Ben Affleck, and Oscar Issac. The guys are in Hawaii prepping their next project a Netflix movie, Triple Frontier, an action-adventure flick set in the border zone between Paraguay, Argentina, and Brazil. The film is reportedly set to begin filming this May and wrap up in September.

In the photos below the guys can be seen snorkeling, body boarding and of course our guy Charlie, who if you didn’t know is a jujitsu fanatic, was also photographed taking down his good friend Garrett in the ocean (and the sand) for an impromptu wrestling session that basically leaves you wondering: Is this real life? Seriously, these photos are fantastic.

Photos: Smash Global VII 2018

Photos: Smash Global VII 2018

This past February Charlie attended the Smash Global VII event to help honor his Jiu-Jitsu trainer, Rigan Machado who received a lifetime achievement award for his contributions as an athlete and teacher.

You can view photos from the event in the gallery now.

A very big thank you to Aurora for all the help with collecting the photos.

Additional Photo Credit: baximages, bob_delgadillo, djlphotos, steve.orosco, smashglobal, blondieee1

Charlie Joins Billy Bob Thornton in ‘Million Little Pieces’ Movie — Charlie Hunnam is also boarding the adaptation of the infamous book by James Frey.

Billy Bob Thornton, Blade Runner 2049 actress Carla Juri and Charlie Hunnam have joined Aaron Taylor-Johnson in the adaptation of A Million Little Pieces.

Sam Taylor-Johnson, who directed 2015’s Fifty Shades of Grey, is behind the camera for the adaptation of the James Frey best-seller that is being financed by Brad Weston’s Makeready Films.

Weston is producing along with The Picture Company partners Andrew Rona and Alex Heineman.

The book was for years set up at Warner Bros. but husband-and-wife team Taylor-Johnson extricated it. The book became controversial after Frey was exposed for inventing or embellishing parts of the story that was originally dubbed a memoir.

Frey wrote about a young man, ostensibly himself, who awakens on an airplane to Chicago, with no recollection of his injuries or of how he ended up on the plane. He then heads to a rehab and begins his journey to sobriety.

Aaron Taylor-Johnson is the man at the center of the story with Thornton playing a mafia boss whom he meets at a recovery clinic and becomes a lifeline.

Juri is playing the movie’s female leads, a crack and heroin addict who falls in love with the man.

Hunnam will play Frey’s brother.

Thornton is coming off a Golden Globe win for this work in TV’s Goliath; the Globe was his second after his acclaimed work in season one of FXs Fargo. He is repped by WME, Media Talent Group and Myman Greenspan.

In addition to Blade Runner, Juri recently starred as the title character in Dear Agnes. She is repped by UTA, Anonymous Content and Independent Talent Group.

Photos: Shannon George ‘Damaged’ Shepard Fairey’s Largest-Ever Solo Exhibition

Additional Los Angeles Times Toronto International Film Festival Portraits

Additional Los Angeles Times Toronto International Film Festival Portraits

Looks like I have another treat for you guys. As we all know Charlie posed quite a bit during the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival while promoting Papillon last month. One of those portrait sessions was with The Los Angeles Times which I’ve now added additional outtakes from.

You can view those in the gallery now. 🙂

Additional Toronto International Film Festival Portraits

Charlie posed for BuzzFeed while promoting Papillon at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival earlier this month. I’m excited to say I’ve added additional portraits of Charlie from his shoot. You can view those in the gallery now.

How great are these? 🙂

Charlie Hunnam on ‘Papillon’, the Egregious Privatization of the Prison System, and ‘Children of Men’

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