BY Dheeraj Rawal | Dec 20, 2015 01:40 PM EST
The crime drama series "Sons of Anarchy" star, Charlie Hunnam recently revealed his differences with the creator of the series, Kurt Sutter, according to Realty Today.
Amid the spin-off rumors, there are speculations that Charlie Hunnam may not be a part of the next seasons of the crime series. Charlie was less keen on joining the television series when asked about his interest to feature in the spin-offs.
Entertainment Weekly reported that Hunnam revealed his differences with the producer of the show, Kurt Sutter on killing his character, Jax Teller at the end of season seven. He said that they have had fights during the filming of the past seasons of "Sons of Anarchy."
"Kurt and I never blasted each other in the face, but I'll say it got close," said Charlie, reported Men's Journal. "There has been security rushing onto the set and pulling us apart before." Hunnam also revealed that he was under the impression till the end of the series that his character would survive as promised by Kurt, but eventually he had to let it go.
Pop Sugar reported that, in Charlie's viewpoint the shocking revelation from Sutter and FX Network to kill his character, may influence his decision to act in the prequel of the crime series "Sons of Anarchy."
The latest rumors also suggest that "Sons of Anarchy" will film around five seasons to narrate the story of John Teller and Jax Teller. The five spin-offs will start with a prequel in which John Teller's life will be uncovered with every episode. The rest of the seasons may feature a detailed analysis of the biker culture.
Deadline reported that the creator and screenwriter of the series, Kurt Sutter recently stated that the prequel will consist of around 10-12 episodes which will showcase the time when John met Piney in Vietnam, the chemistry between them and also their return journey to the United Sates to deal with the war crisis back then.
The speculations are that a young Jax Teller will feature in the next installment of "Sons of Anarchy." The prequel is also rumored to highlight the storyline related to the Mayan Club.
This move of focusing on the history of the characters with Mayan club narrative is rumored to be the network, FX and the creator's strategy to increase the fan-base in the Spanish-speaking countries and also to attract viewers, reported Vine Report.
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