Why Did Charlie Hunnam Quit ’50 Shades Of Grey’? ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Creator …
August 28, 2014 - Fifty Shades of Grey
We were so tighten to saying Charlie Hunnam harm Dakota Johnson’s “Fifty Shades of Grey” impression as a moist and well-spoken Christian grey. But in Oct 2013 a actor motionless to bow out of a hyped-up movie formed on E.L. James’ amorous novels.
I wish Charlie all a best. x
— E L James (@E_L_James) October 12, 2013
“The filmmakers of FIFTY SHADES OF GREY and Charlie Hunnam have concluded to find another masculine lead given Hunnam’s immersive TV report that is not permitting him time to sufficient ready for a purpose of Christian Grey,” Universal’s matter read of because Hunnam quit “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
But according to Kurt Sutter, a creator of “Sons of Anarchy,” that Hunnam stars in as a imperishable nonetheless friendly Jax Teller, it wasn’t his chaotic filming report that deterred a actor from a carnal role.
“I had conversations with Charlie, when he was offering that role. The recommendation we gave him was what he knew. It has to be what is on a page. we don’t know any of this for a fact. we consider he was betrothed a certain turn of…not collaboration, though value with a script. And that never materialized,” he revealed. “That’s because he eventually stepped away.”
It was formerly rumored that a reason Hunnam had exited a film was due to artistic differences. However, a arrogance was never confirmed.
Hollywood Reported revealed in 2013 that Hunnam, who also happens to be a screenwriter (he penned a medieval fear screenplay “Vlad” for Brad Pitt’s Plan B and Summit Entertainment), submitted book records on Kelly Marcel’s instrumentation of a exile best-seller usually to be denied.
Sutter hinted slight service that a protagonist of his FX array ditched a shackles and slipped his leather coupler behind on.
Hunnam was transposed by Jamie Dornan as Christian Grey in a expected film.
Are we astounded with a genuine reason Hunnam over from “Fifty Shades of Grey”? Sound off with your thoughts in a comments territory next and don’t forget to balance into “Sons of Anarchy” on Tuesday, Sept. 9, during 10 p.m. EDT to watch Hunnam in movement on a final deteriorate of a FX drama.