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During the second-half of The Flash‘s first season, Barry will face off with a tricky foe, and one he has fought before… sort of.
Still understandably unhappy about some fans receiving copies of the Sons of Anarchy: The Official Collector’s Edition book a week early (and leaking series finale spoilers), SOA creator Kurt Sutter has announced that he will still take part in Anarchy Afterword, which airs immediately following the Dec. 9 series finale on FX. Charlie Hunnam and other members of the cast will join him. He tweeted: READ FULL STORY
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UPDATE 6:25 PM: The book’s publisher, Time Home Entertainment, Inc., has released the following statement: “As the publisher, we have a very strict embargo in place for the on-sale date of Wednesday, December 10, 2014. We have learned that a wholesaler has broken the embargo and released a limited quantity of books in advance of the on-sale date. While extremely disappointed, we are very proud of the book, which is a wonderful tribute to the show.”
Warning: Any fans who’ve already received their copy of Sons of Anarchy: The Official Collector’s Edition, do not read it until after the Dec. 9 series finale.
Creator Kurt Sutter took to Twitter on Dec. 5 to apologize to fans after hearing that “some distributors and book outlets” had sent out the book—which contains details about the final episode—a week early. It was supposed to be released Dec. 10, the day after Sons rides off into the sunset. Read Sutter’s appropriately colorful, angry, and disappointed statement below.
He asks that fans not share their opinions on the series’ ending on social media, which would spoil the experience for others.
As Sons of Anarchy fans continue to debate whether they love or hate Jax (Charlie Hunnam) after the series’ penultimate episode, there’s one character, Nero (Jimmy Smits), who most folks believe deserves to make it out of Charming alive. At the end of “Red Rose,” viewers saw Nero sitting on Gemma’s bed sobbing: No news from Unser (Dayton Callie), whom Nero had sent to Oregon to intercept Gemma (Katey Sagal) before Jax could put a bullet in her, was bad news. “I think there’s pain, there’s guilt, there’s remorse. ‘Did you do the right thing?'” Smits told reporters during a conference call. “I’m sure the scenes afterward that aren’t written, or maybe you won’t get to see in between the episodes, are full of maybe anger and trying to grapple with what’s the next move. You gotta remember with all of these people, there’s this bubbling kind of how do they deal with the feeling of betrayal, and how [do] they try to go about exacting, one might term it, vengeance or making things right for them or their point of view.” READ FULL STORY
Sons of Anarchy fans are in mourning after the events of Dec. 2’s penultimate episode, “Red Rose.” EW asked executive producer Paris Barclay, who says it’s his all-time favorite episode that he’s directed, to take us inside the most memorable scenes. READ FULL STORY
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