Check out what Entertainment Weekly had to say in their Spoiler Room this week when asked about Sons of Anarchy’s upcoming fifth season!
You have a choice in scoopage: either NCIS: LA, Sons of Anarchy, or Maggie on The Newsroom. – Amy
I’ll take Sons because I just saw the season opener. By the way: HOLY S–T! Damon Pope’s revenge against SAMCRO kicks off in a big way — and there will be an event that will change one member’s life forever. Meanwhile, Jax and Tara fans will enjoy the second episode. I won’t say why.
The thousands of Sons of Anarchy fans who packed Hall H at Comic-Con today were treated to a special sneak peek of the new season, which begins Sept. 11 on FX. And boy, is this one explosive. EW got the exclusive run. Check it out:
That wasn’t the only explosive thing to come out of the panel. Creator Kurt Sutter told fans that he’s open to doing a prequel that sets up the formation of the motorcycle club. Maybe we will finally meet Jax’s dad in the flesh!
Other tidbits: Gemma (Katey Sagal) has hot sex with Jimmy Smits in the premiere. He plays an ex-gangsta type who mentors Jax. Jax begins to empathize with Clay and just how hard it can be to run a club. Opie (Ryan Hurst) will decide whether he will sit at the table with Jax and what role he will serve in the club.
Check out what Charlie had to say about the upcoming fifth season of Sons of Anarchy when TVLine went prodding for some juicy answers.
“Jax has been battling for four seasons about [staying with the club or leaving], and at the end of last year, he absolutely made the decision that he was going to stay,” the actor tells TVLine. “So, energetically, it’s a very different Jax.
“He’s not jumping up and down with excitement and full of gung ho, but he’s resigned to be here,” Hunnam continues. “And if he is going to be here, he’s going to make it work. This is a much more calm, mature, practical and driven Jax, which is going to be really exciting and fun to play.”
Basically, he adds with a laugh, “I don’t think Jax is going to be crying as much.”
Hunnam does, however, caution against confusing his Sons character’s resignation with contentment, noting that his choice ultimately is “going to suck. I’m sure in the back of Jax’s mind there’s still going to be some exit strategy, but that’s not for a long way off at this point.”
Check out what Ausiello had to say about Sons of Anarchy in his latest ‘Ask Ausiello’ column.
Question: Do you know anything about Season 5 of Sons of Anarchy? —Elyse
Ausiello: I know that Clay might not be the only one facing an uncertain future with SAMCRO when the action picks up several weeks after the transition of power that landed Jax at the head of the table. Rather, his old lady Gemma, as evidenced by the look on her face at the close of the Season 4 finale, should also have cause for concern. “I don’t think she manipulates Jax in the same way she manipulates Clay,” Charlie Hunnam told us at FX’s upfront party. “There’s a dynamic inherent in every mother-and-son relationship, where after a while the son is going to say, ‘Mom, you ain’t running my life anymore.’ So I think she definitely has a good reason to be nervous in terms of her position in the club.”
Check out what Ausiello had to say about Sons of Anarchy and the recent news of Charlie’s nakedness in the season finale.
Question: So exactly how naked is Charlie Hunnam in next week’s Sons of Anarchy finale? Inquiring minds need to know. —Sam Ausiello: Naked enough that I went to the gym immediately after watching the finale, walked over to the stack of free weights and wept uncontrollably for 20 straight minutes. Speaking of the spectacularly satisfying finale, SOA boss Kurt Sutter told TVLine’s Matt Mitovich that the capper, which concludes Dec. 6, “paints one or two characters into a corner, but ultimately continues to open up the avenue of stories for the rest of the club, so we can keep things going in Season 5.”
Check out what Matt Mitovich had to say about Sons of Anarchy in his latest column over at TVLine.com.
Season 4’s two-part finale kicks off this Tuesday, and it is just as gripping, satisfying and shocking as you expect it to be. Opie’s shooting of Clay of course has massive ripple effects, including one seemingly minor – yet potentially major – death in this week’s hour. Among the standout performances in the finale, Charlie Hunnam seethes intensity while holding someone at knifepoint, Katey Sagal deftly handles a scene that will surely be watched with great expectation, and even Rockmond Dunbar gets some moving moments as the sheriff. I can also say that Vic Mackey puts in an appearance, Jax/Tara fans will want to have on hand a bottle of wine, two boxes of Kleenex and one set of cheerleader pom-poms (but not necessarily in that order), and the second hour packs a massive twist that I absolutely did not see coming. Also: For those who ever longed to see Jax naked from head to toe, soaking wet, Christmas is here early.
Check out what Ausiello had to say about Sons of Anarchy in the latest Ask Ausiello column.
Question: Got any scoop on Sons of Anarchy? —Diane N. Ausiello: Funny story: I was five minutes into next week’s episode when my screener exploded inside my DVD player — that’s how incendiary the hour is. As I await a new disc to arrive from FX, Matt Mitovich — whose DVD of course worked perfectly fine — offers this tantalizing preview. “So, so, so much happens in next week’s episode. Seriously, Piney’s death – while significant and sad – becomes but a blip on the radar. Whereas this week’s hour ends with a tangible cloud of dread hanging in the air, the Nov. 8 episode parlays that dread into nailbiting tension followed by an event that will leave a pit in your stomach (or at least mine, even as I write this). On top of it all, there’s a major confession and a violent altercation you’ll be watching between your fingers.”.
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