Tragedy has struck ‘Son’s of Anarchy’ actor David Labrava, who revealed in an emotional social media post that his son has taken his own life. Read the heartbreaking message.
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Through seven years of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ we’ve seen Charlie Hunnam’s back (and front) a lot. However, one time we didn’t was in the opening credits — that was actually a body double!
Who thought Charlie Hunnam would need a back double? The dramatic opening credits of Sons of Anarchy have always ended with a hot tattooed back, which we’ve always assumed was Jax’s. However, the man whose back it is just did an interview, and our minds are kind of blown!
Through the amount of blood, sweat and tears that fell during seven seasons of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ there was only one way for the series to end.
Saying goodbye to SAMCRO/Sam Crow, Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam), and my personal favorite, Tig (Kim Coates), was never going to be an easy task. However, thanks to the genius mind of Kurt Sutter, the series ended on Dec. 9 in the best way possible. [Spoilers ahead!]
In the penultimate episode of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ we knew there would be blood and tears — and yes, even some sweat. Brace yourself, SAMCRO fans. ‘Red Rose’ is everything you’ll want and more.
With the truth finally out of Tara’s real killer, Jax (Charlie Hunnam) is on a hunt — to find himself, and to find the woman who killed his wife — his mother. With Gemma (Katey Sagal) on the run and the club in jeopardy, he makes a realization of how to find peace. And trust me, it’s not pretty.
It’s not surprising that after a bomb went off at the end of last week, Jax was out for blood — and he wasn’t going to stop until he got it. Even if it was his own.
The big secret may already be out to Jax (Charlie Hunnam), but there were so many questions that still went unanswered: how will he handle the news that Gemma (Katey Sagal), his own mother, killed the woman he loved? How will the club handle it when they find out that all of their recent losses and murders, have been for nothing? Well, tonight was the night for answers.
If we’ve learned anything during the seven seasons of ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ it’s that secrets never remain secrets — and the Nov. 11 episode proved just that.
Attention: SPOILERS AHEAD. If you didn’t yet watch Sons of Anarchy’s brand new episode, you probably will not want to keep reading — unless you love spoilers, like I do.
Writing through tears here! Following the gruesome death on ‘Sons of Anarchy,’ HollywoodLife.com exclusively spoke to the latest victim about their survival skills over the years . . . until now.
Warning — if you didn’t watch the new episode of Sons of Anarchy on Nov. 4, do not keep reading. SPOILERS AHEAD!
When Kim Coates (Tig) said this would be a dark season, he wasn’t kidding — the Oct. 21 episode proves just that. HollywoodLife.com spoke exclusively to Drea de Matteo, who plays Wendy, to get the scoop on why that huge secret Gemma is keeping may never come out.
The only woman Jax (Charlie Hunnam) thinks he can trust his his mother — and Sons of Anarchy may end with him thinking just that. While we all know that Gemma (Katey Sagal) is keeping a deep, dark secret, not everyone thinks it should come out. Drea de Matteo, who plays Jax’s ex-wife Wendy, exclusively spoke to HollywoodLife.com about the murder, and told us she totally gets it — and thinks maybe it should stay quiet.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans of course are thrilled that Jax and Wendy are still alive, but they’re reallllllly wondering if they could find their way back to each other at the end of the series. Drea de Matteo, who plays Wendy, spoke exclusively to HollywoodLife.com — and she didn’t exactly rule it out.
With the way things are going on Sons of Anarchy, we’ll be happy if anyone lives — even Jax (Charlie Hunnam). After experiencing such a huge loss at the end of last season, the final ride is all about revenge, and the SAMCRO is doing everything they can to help. But, will that get in the way of a relationship?
Say goodbye to Rachel Berry, and hello to Gertie! Lea Michele is making her debut on ‘Sons of Anarchy’ on Oct. 14, and trust us — you won’t want to miss this!
Lea Michele has traded in that microphone… for a cigarette, and she’s extremely good at it! The actress, 28, starred in her first TV role other than Glee, and the producers and stars of Sons of Anarchy, raved to HollywoodLife.com about how impressed they were with her!
The final season of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ is set to premiere on Sept. 9 and it’s going to be intense, to say the least. Click to watch the powerful (and bloody) new trailer.
Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) is out for vengeance in the final season of Sons Of Anarchy. In a new trailer for the upcoming season, Charlie’s character is in a very bad place. Brace yourselves, SoA fans, because these final episodes are going to do a number on our nerves.
To say that ‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans were in for a huge surprise during the Dec. 10 season finale would be an understatement. The motorcycle opera killed off a main character in the most brutal fashion imaginable, leaving all of us wanting answers. The show’s creator Kurt Sutter gives some of those answers below, so don’t read ahead if you don’t want to know who died!
It’s pretty safe to say that Sons of Anarchy fans will never forget the horrific, emotionally draining murder that topped off this trigger-happy season, and same goes for the two actors who played out the bloody death onscreen. Find out what one of the actors, as well as the show’s creator Kurt Sutter, had to say about the death (and its repercussions) below!
Apologies to the legions of ‘Sons of Anarchy’ fans who thought that things couldn’t possibly get worse after they offed Opie… or Clay… or [insert dead character here], because the show delivered its most heartbreaking blow yet during the Season 6 finale on Dec. 10 — effectively ruining all hope for a happy ending. Don’t read on if you don’t want to know who died on ‘Sons of Anarchy!’
Kurt Sutter’s motorcycle opera Sons of Anarchy has always been dark, to say the least. But the Season 6 finale effectively ruined all hope of future happiness for Jax (Charlie Hunnam), Gemma (Katey Sagal), and anyone else who may or may not have survived “A Mother’s Work.” Read on to hear all about the devastating death and destruction!
‘Sons of Anarchy’ is known for ending with a bang and this finale wasn’t any different. The two-hour finale began with Tara hiding out from SAMCRO, but after she and Jax reunited with the boys, no one could have seen what was about to happen.
If you haven’t yet watched the shocking season six finale of Sons of Anarchy, beware — spoilers are ahead!
Motorcycle opera ‘Sons of Anarchy’ has never been shy about killing off members of SAMCRO, but the Nov. 19 episode brutally axed a crucial main character who we all thought was basically untouchable! Let’s discuss.
Throughout most of Sons of Anarchy’s sixth season, two beloved main characters have been teetering on the brink of death. Tara (Maggie Siff) has been playing dirty behind Jax’s (Charlie Hunnam) back, while the devious Clay (Ron Perlman) has had a very large target on his back in prison. The Nov. 19 episode found one of these two “Meeting Mr. Mayhem” in the most brutal, shocking fashion that this brutal, shocking show could possibly deliver. Read on for more details, and know that spoilers — obviously — lie ahead!
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