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Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal was found in his home cradling the corpse of his brutally murdered wife Tara (Maggie Siff). "The relationship is similar, if not better than ever," Hunnam said of the Jax-Gemma relationship. demolished any potential of him trusting anyone outside of his immediate circle. Maggie Siff interview: 'There is no other show like Sons of Anarchy'. Maggie Siff He really trusts everyone these days and is really collaborative with his work. He's a lovely What is Charlie Hunnam like to work alongside?. And although Maggie Siff is undeniably ravishing with her sultry stare, sparkling and Charlie Hunnam with stints on Mad Men and Sons of Anarchy, Siff proves time and I thought it added a really interesting dimension to that relationship. It's nice to be able to have so much trust and it's flowing in all.
Gets his act together, fights for a year in Muay Thai exhibition fights. This is all the backstory.
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They call it the Bangkok Hilton. He took part in three of these fighting tournaments…. I got to do a lot of Muay Thai fighting, so now is the time to start getting very, very fit. That segues into this odd question: When I was on set, you mentioned that you bring three eggs with you every day. Since then I stumbled across an article that said you bought a ranch with chickens last year. Are those eggs from your own chickens? I absolutely just lost my mind last year."Sons of Anarchy" Season 6 Premiere - Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal, Maggie Siff, Ron Perlman
I had some big personal stuff going in my life, and I think it just threw me off balance and I decided I was gonna buy a ranch, I was gonna take Fifty Shades of Grey and every other movie that I got offered all at the same time, and then I had something of a nervous breakdown and had to pull out of all of it.
When I say I pulled out at the 11th hour, I really did. That sucks for everyone involved. Everybody is such a terrific actor, but also such a terrific person! Smart, prepared, happy to be at work- it's great.
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Our show runners are so great because there's always an ongoing dialogue about the work and I never feel bad about approaching them with a question or concern, so it feels like we are all collaborating all the time and that's a pretty rare experience. It's nice to be able to have so much trust and it's flowing in all directions- it makes going to work really fun and satisfying.
You've really been fortunate to work with so many great casts so far in your career. Is there anyone in particular you would really love to work with, actor, director or otherwise?
Tilda Swinton immediately springs to mind. Working with Robin Wright would be so exciting. For some reason, women are the first names that are coming to my head- I want to work with more great women- especially writers and directors!
Like Jenji Kohan- she is amazing and I would love to work with her! What's in store for Wendy next season? Well, I don't really know that much! We haven't started shooting yet! I think you can expect to not see her at Axe Capital.
At the end of the first season she ended both her marriage and job, so she's really venturing out on her own, so I think this season will really reflect what that path looks like and where it leads her. What do you have coming up next? What would you love to play? As of right now I can't focus on anything but Billions because we are going to start shooting and it's going to take up the next six months of my life! But, I love all the mediums- film, television and theater and I'm just looking for interesting, complicated, unusual roles.
I don't try and look for any one thing in particular. When I find something that really gets me or mystifies me, then I go with that! There's panic, but there's not really much beyond that. It's where the story ends, which is what's so sad about it. Jax's true plan is revealed — and gets deadly How difficult was it to shoot those final scenes?
That was the hardest part, I would say. Shooting those scenes, both with Katie and with Charlie, was really hard because my character is supposedly dead but I'm very much there witnessing and experiencing the gamut of emotions that they're having about it, both as actors and as characters.
Katey and I love each other, so her having to kill me was difficult. Then the scene at the end with Charlie was just really heartbreaking. I kept getting up off the floor crying for him and for the character. He's the one who's left behind. So, I wasn't crying for myself, I was crying for him and the character and the loss of their love and looking at what his life is going to be. That was really painful. How hard was it personally to say goodbye to the show? We always give a big rousing send off to people who leave the show.
The cast took me out to a really wonderful dinner. We sat around and told stories for hours. People were so incredibly kind and respectful and loving. There was a lot of love and closure too. I think we did a good job of saying goodbye to her. It's been an amazing run on an amazing show. I'm very grateful for that. Were you surprised by all the hatred some fans directed at Tara this season? Yes, it is surprising. But on another level, it's not surprising. I've been watching other TV shows and following other kinds of commentary around this stuff.
We have a very male fan base.
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We have a lot of women who love the show too, but there's a real male fantasy of the outlaw. I think in that fantasy, the woman stands by her man. Tara has always been set up to be somebody who loves this man in spite of herself and in spite of her better judgment, which is also true of the audience. So, when she turns on him, I think people really felt it as an affront.
She's the one who's not supposed to turn on him. She's the one who gives us hope for him in a weird way. If this kind of woman loves this kind of man then it's all OK.
Creator Kurt Sutter defends controversial premiere But her betrayal doesn't come close to comparing to the bad things Jax and other have done.
The thing that is hard to get around is that really what she's been trying to do is protect her children. She hasn't been killing anybody. She's just trying to get out of a very bad, very dangerous situation. The fact that people are calling for her death, it is extreme and it is strange. I think it speaks to something a little bit disturbed.
Do you fear that some people will feel Tara got what she deserved or do you hope they see more in her death than that?