While it may not be online just yet, “Sons of Anarchy” debuted their official season 6 trailer at Comic-Con, complete with some early footage from the upcoming premiere. But ultimately, we’ll have a little bit more in the way of news on that soon. Instead, the primary focus of this article right now is all about what some of the actors had to say at what was one of the final major panels of this crazy weekend in the enormous Hall H.
Charlie Hunnam – In talking about Jax’s transition, he says that being at the head of SAMCRO has been even more difficult than what his character may have initially assumed that it would be: “I think that he hadn’t anticipated quite how difficult it was going to be to lead … Much like many presidents who follow from their predecessor, it’s a difficult transition [to make].”
Ron Perlman – He says that really, season 6 is going to be an important revelation for Clay that he is really no longer in control of his own destiny anymore, and he has to actually conform to what is around him: “Season 6 is him knowing that there’s no more leveraging, there’s no more maneuvering. There’s no more choices; there’s just this bounty on his head and he’s no longer in control of how many minutes he’s got left.”
Kurt Sutter – Yes, we do find it hilarious hearing from the showrunner about the terrible things that are going to happen next to his character of Otto: “Well, he’s running out of appendages … awful things will keep happening to him.”
Maggie Siff – While there does not appear to be any sort of fear that Tara is really becoming Gemma 2.0, Siff did say that the two are starting to blend more and more when it comes to their life philosophies: “I think she’s realized that in order to survive in this world, there are certain rules and modes that she has to live by … [and] they happen to resemble Gemma deeply.”
If you want to read more news leading up to this panel, be sure to click here, and we’ll have so much more in the way of content soon.