Friday, December 12, 2014

Charlie Hunnam, Kurt Sutter on that Shocking 'Sons of Anarchy' Finale:

Dec 10, 2014, 10:05 AM ET
Entertainment Reporter



You kind of had to see this coming, right?

Last night on the series finale of "Sons of Anarchy," Jax Teller, played by Charlie Hunnam, had his last ride and went out in a blaze of glory -- kind of.

After shooting and killing his mother last week, Jax said goodbye to his sons and farewell to his club. There were thoughts by fans that his own club would be his undoing, but alas his death was an event that was definitely a shock in the way it went down.

Jax met his death after being chased by police and intentionally driving his motorcycle into a truck driven by guest star Michael Chiklis, according to the Entertainment Weekly recap.

After the show, show creator Kurt Sutter and show star Hunnam went on "Anarchy Afterword" to talk about the ending after seven years on the air.

"It's the end of a little era for us," Hunnam said, according to E! News. "A lot of sleepless nights and bottles of tequila."

Hunnam, 34, continued about the ending, "We had talked about there being various potential versions of the ending in the beginning of the season and had a couple of conversations."

But Sutter, 50, decided to go with the ending where Jax would end his own life on his own terms. Also, the final ride for Jax mirrored his father's police chase that killed the senior Teller.


1 comment:

Lady M said...

That was a 'Thelma & Louise' ending. I thought it was a bit lame.