Gravitas Ventures and Variance Films have acquired domestic rights to Frankie Go Boom. The comedy, which premiered at this year’s SXSW Film Festival, stars Bridesmaids’ Chris O’Dowd, Sons of Anarchy’s Ron Perlman, Chris Noth, Charlie Hunnam, Lizzy Caplan and Whitney Cummings. The film will come out on video on demand in September, with a theatrical release to follow in October from Variance. The film is directed and written by Jordan Roberts. Frankie Go Boom is the first of Gravitas and Variance’s plan to partner on purchasing and releasing eight independent films a year in theaters and on VOD.
I’ve added 33 photos of Charlie and his girlfriend Morgana at The 2nd Annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards which took place yesterday evening. They both looked really great, what do you think?
I’ve added 4 photos into the gallery, 2 of which are unsessn outtakes from the Emmy Magazine shoot the cast recently done. Enjoy!
– Photo Sessions > Session #030
I’ve added 334 photos of Charlie from his signing at Sickies Garage Burgers and Brews Grand Opening in Fargo, North Dakota this past Saturday.
Photos courtesy of The Sickies Garage Facebook
– 2012 > 06/09/12 – Sickies Garage Burgers and Brews Grand Opening
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.”
Deadfall premieres On Demand on Nov. 2, and in theaters on Dec. 7.
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