Charlie Hunnam And Fellow ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Stars Tommy Flanagan, Kim Coates, And Mark Boone Junior Teaming Up For A Reunion

It might seem crazy, but it has already been close to a year since Sons of Anarchy wrapped up its final season. Although we may never see Charlie Hunnam, Kim Coates, Tommy Flanagan, and Mark Boone Junior together on TV again, fans will have the opportunity to see the Sons of Anarchy stars ride at least one more time.

According to Yahoo, the group of Sons of Anarchy alum are set to team up for a reunion ride in support of a non-profit organization, One Heart Source. The charitable organization is actually headed by Coates’ daughter, and is one that members of the cast and crew have supported for a long time.

Charlie Hunnam in one of his final scenes as Jax Teller in the series finale. [Image via FX]
Charlie Hunnam in his final scenes as Jax Teller in the series finale. [Image via FX]

What’s even more exciting about the reunion ride is that fans will have an opportunity to join the group and be part of SAMCRO, at least for a day. For every $10 that is donated, fans will get 100 chances to take part in the ride that also includes a lunch and a special tour with the stars. Additionally, the event will also give lucky winners official apparel, posters, and flasks signed by the cast, and an SOA autographed gas tank.

Along with the chances of becoming part of the epic reunion, it is really going to be great to see the cast of SOA together once again. Even more special is the fact that riding together was something Flanagan told Entertainment Weekly was one of the things he would miss most about the show. “When we finish work, we just hang out and talk and decompress, and then we get on our bikes and ride home at night,” he stated. “The sun’s going down, these beautiful landscapes…”

Meanwhile, aside from the reunion ride, fans might get to see more of Kurt Sutter’s biker universe in the upcoming year. According to Movie News Guide, Sutter is set to begin working on an upcoming SOA spin-off involving one of SAMCRO’s longtime nemesis, the Mayans.

“Mayan Project won’t take place in NoCal. That steps on SOA mythology. Although I’d love to find a way to use my brother, @EmilioRivera48,” Sutter stated in a Twitter post.

At the same time, Sutter recently posted an image of the iconic reaper table at SAMCRO headquarters, with the caption, “All to a vote.” #TBT to Hell Followed.”

Is this an indication that Sutter is moving forward with the spin-off?

At this point, it is hard to tell what Sutter has planned. However, now that his newest series, The Bastard Executioner, is officially over, the SOA creator may find the time to develop and expand his biker world.

If this does happen, then we already have a good idea as to what direction Sutter plans to take the spin-off. In fact, Sutter discussed some details about the Mayan project with Entertainment Weekly.

“The project focuses on the Mayans — the Oakland-based Hispanic MC gang that had quite a rocky history with SAMCRO across seven seasons,” Sutter explained. “In the original series, the Mayans run heroin factories and are also involved in prostitution. Their cuts bear the legend “Los Asesinos de Dios” — Assassins of God.”

Fans are still hopeful that Charlie Hunnam will reprise his 'Sons of Anarchy' roll in any spin-off or sequel. [Image via Sons of Anarchy Instagram]
Fans are still hopeful that Charlie Hunnam will reprise his 'Sons of Anarchy' roll in any spin-off or sequel. [Image via Sons of Anarchy Instagram]

Whatever direction Sutter plans to take the spin-off or the reported prequel series, it is certain to be met with huge support. In fact, SOA was one of FX’s highest rated shows in recent times, with the final season bringing in some 9 million viewers at points.

While fans of Sons of Anarchy wait to learn more about a possible spin-off, they can enter for a chance to win a spot in an epic reunion ride that might be the last time Hunnam and company get together.

Tommy Flanagan is currently starring as The Knife on Gotham, while Charlie Hunnam can next be seen in the highly anticipated Knights of the Roundtable: King Arthur in the summer of 2016.

[Image via FX]