Charlie Hunnam has ended his journey as the rugged Jax Teller from Sons Of Anarchy. However, fans want him back on Kurt Sutter's medieval drama The Bastard Executioner.
Kurt Sutter's latest FX drama will premiere in September 2015, and fans are looking forward to seeing the 35-year-old actor in the highly anticipated drama. But Sutter has hinted that Hunnam is busy with other projects for the next couple of years.
"Charlie really wants to come and do, like, a little arc but, he's sort of booked solid for the next three years, so I don't know if that'll happen," Sutter told Entertainment Weekly.
However, the show creator has not denied the possibility of the Pacific Rim star's entry in TBX. The upcoming show will have another popular SOA star and Sutter confirms that he is looking forward to cast more members of his team.
"We still have Timothy V. Murphy and I'm sure we'll get some of our Irish dudes that we cast at some point on Sons. It's hard to schlep over American actors. It's been primarily British actors, other than all the people that are related to me that are in the show."
The FX original series TBX, narrates the story of a war-torn knight Wilkin Brattle (played by Australian actor Lee Jones) who decides to drop the blood-coated sword and follow the path of God.
But fate forces him to wield the bloodiest sword of all and he turns into an executioner for King Edward I.
The series cast includes Sons Of Anarchy star Katey Sagal as Annora of the Alders, Stephan Moyer as Milus Corbett, Flora Spencer-Longhurst as Baroness Lowry and Timothy V Murphy as Father Ruskin.
The Bastard Executioner will premiere in September on FX network.