Sons of Anarchy prequel is actively in the works, according to Game N Guide. It’s been over a year since the hit FX series finished its seven-season run, but fans of the shows still anticipate the recently announced prequel.
It’s unlikely that a new season of Sons of Anarchy will ever be made, but the show’s creators are actively working on the prequel. It seems that ever since the last episode of the series aired in December 2014, the creators haven’t stopped working on that prequel.
It was also reported that there will be a new comic book series, titled Sons of Anarchy: Redwood Original, which will serve as a prequel to the FX drama.
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Set for release on August 3, the comic book will revolve around Jax Teller (played by Charlie Hunnam in the TV series) and will tell how Jax is mourning the death of his father and survives wars against rivaling biker groups.
In Sons of Anarchy: Redwood Original, Jax finally gets the opportunity to test his skills as a leader, as the character will lead their motorcycle club to eliminate their rivals.
It seems like there was no Sons of Anarchy reunion at the Space City Comic-Con in Houston. The promoter of the event reportedly fooled the cast of the series led by Hunnam, which meant fans were not able to witness the crime drama reunion as they had been promised. It was reported that the promoter failed to finance the Sons of Anarchy cast’s stay in Houston for the Comic-Con event. Hunnam even tried to pay the bills by himself for the cast to be able to attend the event, but the checking account of the series was already closed for this year’s Comic-Con.
However, the Sons of the Anarchy cast still honored their promises and attended the Comic-Con, even though their accommodation had not been organized and they were not being paid for their time.
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According to FX Networks CEO John Landgraf, Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter is already working on a Sons of Anarchy spinoff. In fact, now that he has more time after he canceled his show The Bastard Executioner following the Season 1 finale, he is working even more actively.
Landgraf also revealed in his interview with Zap2It that he gave Sutter the opportunity to take some time off after The Bastard Executioner finale, but the Sons of Anarchy creator turned down his offer and began working on the TV crime drama about bikers immediately without wasting any time.
“He’s also re-expressed interest in getting back into another show that exists in the Sons of Anarchy franchise.”
Payday 2’s upcoming DLC, titled The Biker Packs, will feature one of the Sons of Anarchy stars, according to PC Games. Ron Perlman, who played Clarence “Clay” Morrow on the FX show, will play a very similar character in the game.
In the game, the Sons of Anarchy star will appear as a bike gangster who has no respect for the law and deals with problems with his shotgun. The actor was featured in a live-action trailer for the game, which features a glimpse of his ex-Sons of Anarchy co-star Charlie Hunnam.
It’s not Hunnam himself, but someone who looks very similar to him. In the trailer, the Sons of Anarchy actor is also given a clown mask that has horns. And that’s a direct hint to Perlman’s iconic role in Hellboy.
Payday 2’s The Biker Packs DLC will come in two parts: the Bike Heist and Biker Character Pack. The DLC will be available on June 16. This DLC is a great chance for Sons of Anarchy fans to get their dosage of some biker action.
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