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.
“frankie go boom” (title intentionally lowercase), which had its world premiere at the SXSW Film Festival on Saturday night, is one of those movies you’ll stumble upon at 1 a.m. on Showtime and wonder how director Jordan Roberts managed to get everyone you love into the same movie. There’s Caplan as Lassie, the female lead, Charlie Hunnam (“Sons of Anarchy”) as the titular Frankie, Chris O’Dowd (“Bridesmaids”) as his ne’er-do-well brother, Bruce, and Chris Noth and Ron Perlman — as a manic Hollywood star and a transgender ex-con, respectively. Toss in supporting turns from Whitney Cummings, Nora Dunn and Sam Anderson (Bernard from “Lost”!), as well as a brief cameo from Adam Pally (“Happy Endings”) and “frankie go boom” is almost always enjoyable, if only because of the cast’s considerable charm and chemistry.
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“This is a really pivotal season,” Hunnam told OnTheRedCarpet.com co-host Rachel Smith at the season 4 premiere red carpet event on August 30. “It’s right in the center of the story that Kurt’s been telling and he had a very clear outline of the story that he wanted to tell over the seven seasons.”
“So I think the first three seasons are kind of the first act and as with all great stories the second act is when, you know, things really hit the fan,” he added. Continue reading
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