Charlie Talks ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ with Entertainment Weekly during Facebook LIVE Chat

The live chat originally took place on February 21st. You can watch it below in case you missed it.

Charlie Hunnam Wants To Become A Family Man

Charlie Hunnam realises he needs to balance his relationship and work more effectively for when talk turns to starting a family.

The 36-year-old actor has been with his girlfriend Morgana McNelis since 2005 and the pair has had to ensure long periods apart due to Charlie’s film schedules.

He has previously admitted struggling to assign time to both his love life and career, and in a new interview he shared his desire to strike harmony between the two.

“I have an incredibly understanding girlfriend who is requiring more and more as we get older that I figure out a way to balance these things a little better,” he told Total Film magazine.
“I’ve gotten off pretty easily so far, with being able to just disappear and be completely selfish and singular in my focus, but if we’re going to start talking about children and getting married then I’m going to have to figure out a way to balance that a little bit more effectively.”

Despite the hurdles, Charlie’s star has soared over the years, with his breakthrough role coming in TV series Sons of Anarchy.

He describes the series as “true education” in acting, storytelling and filmmaking and doesn’t know where he’d be today if it wasn’t for his role as gang leader Jackson ‘Jax’ Teller.

“I was a working actor, I was able to work with good directors and make films I really believed in. But the opportunities were fairly sporadic and sometimes few and far between,” he recalled. “And Sons changed all of that. I was in an exponentially better position by the time I finished that show (in 2014) than I was at the beginning. I grew in confidence.”

Charlie currently has several silver screen projects in the pipeline, including The Lost City of Z and King Arthur: Legend of the Sword.

Source: peoplemagazine.co.za

Charlie to Receive CinemaCon ‘Male Star Of The Year’ Award

Congratulations Charlie! 😀

The official convention of the National Association of Theatre Owners (NATO) will honour the British star on March 30.

Charlie Hunnam will receive the Male Star Of The Year Award during the annual Las Vegas CinemaCon event.

The actor will next be seen in The Lost City Of Z, which Amazon Studios and Bleecker Street releases on April 14, followed by King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, which Warner Bros opens in North America on May 12.

“Having captured the attention of audiences around the world with his standout performances on the small screen in Sons Of Anarchy as well as on the big screen in such films as Children Of Men and Cold Mountain,’2017 is sure to be Charlie Hunnam’s year with his starring turns in King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword, and Lost City Of Z,” said CinemaCon managing director Mitch Neuhauser.

“We could not be more thrilled to honour such a talented actor with our CinemaCon Male Star Of The Year Award.”

CinemaCon is scheduled to run from March 27-30.

Source: screendaily.com

Photos of Charlie Visiting ‘This Morning’ from February

I’ve added high quality photos of Charlie visiting the UK television show This Morning where he talked about Lost City of Z on February 17th. You can view those in the gallery now.

Charlie Attends European Premiere of ‘Lost City of Z’

Charlie Attends European Premiere of ‘Lost City of Z’

Charlie took to the red carpet for the European premiere of his upcoming film Lost City of Z along with co-stars Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson, Tom Holland and director James Gray in London on February 16th. Charlie also posed with his co-star from the upcoming remake of Papillon, Rami Malek.

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


Charlie Attends ‘Lost City of Z’ London Photocall

Charlie bundled up as he posed with his Lost City of Z co-stars Sienna Miller, Robert Pattinson and Director James Gray during the London Photocall for the film on February 16th.

67th International Berlin Film Festival Portraits

Check out these fantastic portraits of Charlie taken during the 67th International Berlin Film Festival while promoting his film Lost City of Z in Germany.


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