Check out high quality screen captures of Charlie as Percy Fawcett from the 2017 film The Lost City of Z along with screen captures from the DVD extras.
On April 2nd, Charlie attended The State of the Industry Past, Present and Future and STXfilms Presentation the during the 2019 CinemaCon in Las Vegas, Nevada.During the presentation Charlie and Henry Golding discussed the upcoming Guy Ritchie film ‘The Gentleman’ which they both have roles in.
You can check out 100+ high quality photos and Charlie’s interviews from the event below:
On March 8th, Charlie joined Triple Frontier his costars Ben Affleck, Garrett Hedlund, and Oscar Issac in Singapore for the exclusive Fan Event held for the film followed by a Press Conference which was held on March 9th. You can view photos from the event in the gallery now.
On March 6th, Charlie joined Triple Frontier his costars Ben Affleck, Garrett Hedlund, and Oscar Issac in Madrid, Spain for the premiere of their film. You can view photos from the event in the gallery now.
Hey guys, I’ve added some additional production stills and a behind the scenes photo of Charlie from his latest film Triple Frontier into the gallery. You can check them out below:
Hey guys! You can check out the YouTube playlist I’ve included below to check out the latest interviews of Charlie promoting his latest film Triple Frontier. I’ll be adding more to it as they are uploaded.
Last updated: March 10th, 2019
Forbes.com — “If you’re feeding people McDonald’s every day, all they’re going to want to eat is McDonald’s,” muses 38-year-old actor Charlie Hunnam in an attempt to illustrate the environment that gave rise to streaming services like Netflix. “The studios have created the situations that they’re now claiming to be victims of,” he goes on. “They created this expectation of ground spectacle when you go to see a film in the theater. [But] people are hungry for a wide variety of programming and, if you’re only going to deliver this to us in the theater experience, then we’ll look elsewhere to get everything else that we’re craving.”
Hopefully, what the public is craving includes Triple Frontier, a new Netflix film about a team of former Special Forces operatives that get back into the game to steal a drug kingpin’s fortune in South America. Hunnam is one fifth of that team, alongside Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac, Pedro Pascal and Garrett Hedlund, who joins Hunnam in a downtown Manhattan hotel room a few days before the movie’s premiere to discuss their respective roles and more.
The two actors, who play brothers in the movie, go way back. When first tapped to star in the film, “there was just a little bit of an issue about which one of us [director] J.C. Chandor would hire because he felt that we were too similar in sensibility and appearance because the characters weren’t written as brothers,” recalls Hunnam. “I got a call saying [Chandor] was […] considering making these two characters brothers and would I be willing to play with Charlie?,” remembers Hedlund. “I said, do you know that Charlie and I have known each other for 15 years and have been super close friends?”
That camaraderie deepened while shooting the film, which required the cast to train with Special Forces. “It was great,” reminisces 34-year-old Hedlund. “It was a great thing to go through together, especially when you’re doing a thing about five guys that really deals with a lot of brotherhood and they had all fought and trained together and been familiar with each other and had a very strong bond.” Continue reading