Sons of Anarchy star Ron Perlman is staying busy. The veteran actor has a new movie coming out this month. The film is called Don’t Look Up.
It is a loaded cast of actors that includes Leo Dicaprio, Ariana Grande, Jennifer Lawrence, Jonah Hill, Chris Evans, Timothée Chalamet and many others.
The film is directed by Adam McKay and is sit to come out this weekend. It is about astronomers who have the unfortunate task of warning the world of an incoming comet that threatens to destroy Earth and life as we know it.
‘Sons of Anarchy’ Impact on Charlie Hunnam
We know the impact that Sons of Anarchy had on so many fans all over the world. The hit FX drama was a big-time show for so many years, it would be hard to imagine that not being the case. It also had to have an impact on folks like Ron Perlman, who starred as Clay Morrow, Jax’s stepfather, on the program.
It’s been seven-plus years now since the Sons of Anarchy has been moving right along our television sets, Outsiders. However, Hunnam has not forgotten the impact the show had on who he is is and who he was as an actor.
Hunnam of Sons of Anarchy told People, “Well, frankly, it gave me a career.”Hunnam getting the role of Jax jumpstarted Hunnam to bigger and better things in the future. It was a tough role. However, it was a leading role on one of the most iconic crime dramas in the 21st century.
Hunnam Grows on ‘Sons of Anarchy’
He continued, “And it gave me the ability to have confidence that I was going to be able to make [acting] work as a lifelong career.” It propelled him to keep going. From Hunnam’s perspective, this role provided him reassurance that he was going to make it in this difficult industry.
Getting to work on SOA for seven years was a blessing for Hunnam. It was important. It provided him the opportunity to thrive as a leading man, but also hone his craft. He said, “And where I cultivated a lot of that skill set was going to work and shooting 10 pages a day on Sons of Anarchy for seven years.” It was a lot of work, but it forced him to do the work and get better each and every day. He continued, “I feel like that was my college days.”
Hunnam did not know how things would work out on Sons of Anarchy when he got chosen to play the lead role of Jax Teller on the show. However, he took the plunge and he was better off for it. You just never know. Hunnam took the role in stride. He got better as an actor. Then, the show paid off for him in the long run. Sons of Anarchy worked for Hunnam.