Ask Ausiello: How Does Jax’ New Position Effect Gemma?

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
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.”


Warner Bros. Sets a New Date for Pacific Rim

Warner Bros. Sets a New Date for Pacific Rim

Courtesy of we now know that Warner Bros. has updated their release calendar, shifting the release date of Guillermo del Toro’s Pacific Rim and announcing new dates for various other upcoming WB films.

Pacific Rim, originally slated for May 10, 2013, will be released on July 12, 2013, putting it up against Columbia Pictures’ Grown Ups 2.


Meet Charlie at the Iowa Grand Motorcycle Rally!

Here’s your chance to meet Charlie and Sons of Anarchy co-star Katey Sagal at the Iowa Grand Motorcycle Rally taking place this July! It will take place at the Iowa Speedway and will be hosted by Jay Allen, creator of the World’s Biggest Biker Bar, The Broken Spoke Saloon.


You can also keep up with Iowa Grand Motorcycle Rally via their Twitter & Facebook!

FX Renews Sons of Anarchy for Season 6

Less than two months after Sons of Anarchy aired its Season 4 finale, FX has already ordered a sixth season of the biker drama, has confirmed. The network renewed the show for a fifth season back in October.

The sixth-season renewal, which was first reported by The Hollywood Reporter, is part of a three-year overall deal between Sons creator Kurt Sutter and 20th Century Fox TV and FX Productions. That pact calls for him to also develop new series projects for both broadcast and cable.

Sons of Anarchy boss on Season 4 finale: Clay suffered a “fate worse than death”

According to THR, Sutter still envisions ending the show in seven seasons — maybe. “There’s a part of me that does see being able to tell this story in seven seasons, but there’s a part of me that doesn’t want to say, ‘That’s it,'” he said. “I almost feel like when you hang that kind of finality and put a period on something, there’s almost a backlash that happens with the fan base.”

The Season 4 finale left the SAMCRO motorcycle club in disarray: Jax (Charlie Hunnam) took over the club and decided not to kill Clay (Ron Perlman). (Get the scoop on Season 5 here.)

Are you excited for more Sons of Anarchy?


Frankie Go Boom to be shown at South By Southwest 2012 Festival

According the Frankie Go Boom is set to premiere at the South by Southwest 2012 festival which will take place in Austin, Texas beginning on March 9th and ending on March 17th.

High profile narrative features receiving their World, North American or U.S. Premieres at SXSW. Films screening in Narrative Spotlight are:

Frankie Go Boom
Director/Screenwriter: Jordan Roberts
A flick by bruce about his little brother Frank who’s a crybaby fuck who shouldn’t do lame-ass embarrassing shit if he doesn’t want people to see it.
Cast: Charlie Hunnam, Chris O’Dowd, Lizzy Caplan, Ron Perlman, Chris Noth (World Premiere)