[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from Tuesday's episode of Sons of Anarchy. Read at your own risk.]
Tuesday's episode of Sons of Anarchy took viewers deeper inside the history of Venus Van Dam.
Sons of Anarchy: Justified's Walton Goggins on his jaw-dropping Cameo
Although the transsexual escort — played by The Shield and Justified star Walton Goggins — was introduced as part of a comedic blackmail scheme last season, the character's most recent appearance took a more serious, emotional turn. When Gemma (Katey Sagal) tells a jailed Nero (Jimmy Smits) that Venus turned up at Nero's place with a shiner after a family altercation regarding Venus' "nephew," Nero urges Gemma to ask Jax (Charlie Hunnam) to help Venus out.
As Venus explains to Jax and the boys...
Charlie Hunnam has finally broken silence about his shocking departure from the Fifty Shades of Grey adaptation.
The Sons of Anarchy star told E! News that he's "doing good" since stepping down from playing Christian Grey. "I am just really concentrating on work. It's been a really busy time," Hunnam said.
Charlie Hunnam isn't the only one who felt the pressure of Fifty Shades of Greyfame. Dakota Johnson has also reportedly been struggling with the film's high expectations.
Matt Bomer, call your agent.
Charlie Hunnam will not be playing Christian Grey in the upcoming film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Miley Cyrus did plenty of singing on Saturday Night Live this week, but thankfully left the twerking at home for the most part. Acting as both host and musical guest, Cyrus skewered the government shutdown in one sketch and parodied her infamous performance at the MTV Video Music Awards in another. She also performed her single "Wrecking Ball" (with clothes on) and an acoustic version of "We Can't Stop." Check out highlights from SNL below. How do you think Cyrus did as host?
Sons of Anarchy
[WARNING: The following story contains spoilers from the Season 6 premiere of Sons of Anarchy. Read at your own risk.]
Thanks to Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter's unfiltered Twitter persona, he has often been called controversial. But the Season 6 premiere of Sutter's FX drama has the potential to strike a considerably different nerve than his outspoken displeasure with the Emmy nominees.
Sons of Anarchy: 6 things to expect in Season 6
On Tuesday's premiere, while Jax (Charlie Hunnam) navigated the aftermath of framing Clay (Ron Perlman) and seeing his wife Tara (Maggie Siff) sent to prison, the episode...
Billie Jean King
For nearly 30 years, PBS's great American Masters series has profiled overachievers in the arts and culture at large. It only makes sense than when the documentary series finally decided to do its first study of a sports superstar, it turned to tennis legend Billie Jean King. Masters (Tuesday, 8/7c; check tvguide.com listings) has always reflected personality through performance, so who better than a woman who says of her craft: "Every ball I hit has a consequence."
On FX's Sons of Anarchy, Jax Teller's road to hell has always been paved with good intentions. That will be especially true in Season 6.
"Jax is trying to balance being a good father, a good husband and a good leader of an outlaw organization — therein lies the tragic flaws of this guy," creator and executive producer Kurt Sutter tells TVGuide.com. "He's got this sense of, 'I can unplug us from all the bad sh--. Let's go legit — let's head in that direction because that's going to keep us alive.' As the season progresses, the question is: How do you unplug if people perceive you as the source of power? And is it too late? Are things set in motion in such a way where it just can't be done? That's really the quest for him this season."
Sons of Anarchy boss: "Controversial" Season 6 premiere is the catalyst for series' final act
After Charlie Hunnam and Dakota Johnson were announced as the stars of the upcoming Fifty Shades of Grey film adaptation, displeased fans created aChange.org petition to replace the actors with Matt Bomer and Alexis Bledel. But while Bomer is flattered, don't expect to see him in a Red Room of Pain blasting Bach on the big screen.
Matt Bomer, Alexis Bledel
Fifty Shades of Grey fans are not happy with the castings of Dakota Johnson and Charlie Hunnam in the two lead roles.
After months of speculation, it was announced Monday that the Ben and Kate alum and the Sons of Anarchy star had signed on to play Anastasia Steele and Christian Grey, respectively, in the upcoming film based on E.L. James' steamy bestseller. But many diehard fans weren't pleased and immediately took to the Internet to create a petition on Change.org.
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