Show creator Kurt Sutter of FX's Sons of Anarchy has tweeted a possible 'black and white' filming of Season 7 of the popular biker drama.
Sutter tweeted the news in response to numerous predictions for the upcoming season going viral on websites.
and S7 is completely in iambic pentameter, filmed in black & white, and the antagonist is a schizophrenic tree nymph. http://t.co/guk3wXsboY
— kurt sutter (@sutterink) April 19, 2014
Meanwhile, in an interview with Larry King, Sutter answered questions posted by fans on Facebook and Twitter regarding SOA, the Epoch Times reported.
Sutter teased fans about the prequel of the popular series and revealed that it would be based on Jax's journal and ruled out its release during the telecast of Season 7.
"The idea initially was to make John Teller's manuscript a book, and I think I'm going to wait until I do the prequel, because so much of that informs the prequel."
Sutter revealed that Sons of Anarchy Season 7 will be the most difficult series to write so far as he has an emotional bonding with the show.
"I don't think it'll be any harder in terms of story, at some point emotionally I think it will be difficult as I get closer to the end."
The biker drama series is one of the most popular, yet the most violent one on television. When asked which character's death was the hardest to write, Sutter said it was Jax's best friend Opie's.
Opie's death was one of the most gruesome in Season 5 of the series. He was brutally beaten to death in the prison in front of his brothers.
Sons of Anarchy Season 7 will begin after Jax's wife Tara's death and there are speculations that the series might begin with flashbacks prior to Tara's murder.
A bewildered Jax might leave SAMCRO to avenge his wife's death but it will be interesting to see how he reacts when he comes face to face with the real murderer, his mother Gemma.
The show will premiere on FX in September, although the date is yet to be finalised.
Watch the interview here.