Charlie Hunnam Feeling Sentimental That The End Of ‘Sons Of Anarchy’ Is Near

soa_512_darthy_0383Charlie Hunnam’s career has been profoundly changed hanks to the success of FX’s Sons of Anarchy. Last summer, he starred in the blockbuster Pacific Rim and with Sons of Anarchy entering its seventh and final season, a high profile film career is probably Hunnam’s next acting chapter.

During our interview with Hunnam, he expressed a bit of nostalgia for the series, understanding that all good things must come to an end.


Sons of Anarchy premieres September 9 on FX.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak
Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak

Ian Ziering Had No Trepidations Returning for ‘Sharknado 2’

140The Sharknado phenomenon continues with Sharknado 2: The Second One, as Ian Ziering and Tara Reid return to battle these dangerous creatures. This time out, these monstrous sharks wreak havoc in New York, and it’s up to these B-level stars to once again save the day.

During our interview with Ziering, he admitted to having concern over the special effects quality of the first film. With the movie’s humongous popularity and success, those worries have vanished into thin air.

Sharknado 2: The Second One airs July 30 on the SyFy Channel.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak
Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak

Halle Berry’s First Movie Gave Her The ‘Fever’

139Academy Award winner Halle Berry has been making movies since 1991. In a career that has spanned over two decades, she has accomplished what most aspiring actresses can only dream of.

We recently spoke to Berry and asked her if she remembers her first movie and what that experience was like for her? (Click on the media bar below to hear Halle Berry)


Halle Berry currently stars in the hit sci-fi/drama series Extant, which airs Wednesday nights on CBS.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak
Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak

‘Lucy’ Has Brains, And Scarlett Johansson Wanted A Body To Match

138Filmmaker Luc Besson is known for having strong female characters in his films, as evidenced by La Femme Nikita, The Fifth Element, The Extraordinary Adventures of Adele Blanc-Sec, and now Lucy. As the titular character, Scarlett Johansson plays a mysterious woman who is able to use over 10% of her brain, causing havoc for anyone who gets in her way.

To make her character physically believable, Johansson made sure she was in tiptop shape. Conditioning is not a problem for the actress, thanks to her work as the Black Widow in numerous Marvel films (most recently in Captain America: The Winter Soldier).

Johansson did and a lot of preparation and explains why she wanted to get into shape to for Lucy.

Lucy, co-starring Morgan Freeman, opens Friday.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak
Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak

‘Appleseed Alpha’ Blu-Ray Provides Early Vision of Olympus

Appleseed: Alpha (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)Masamune Shirow (Ghost in the Shell) is blessed with a fertile (if not dark) imagination, and the new Blu-ray release Appleseed: Alpha (Sony Pictures Home Entertainment, 93 minutes) delves into the origins of his Appleseed universe.

Deunan (Luci Christian) and her bad ass cyborg sidekick Briareos (David Matranga) are barely subsisting in a post apocalyptic New York, and it’s their quixotic quest for the city of Olympus that keeps their dreams alive. After saving the lives of Iris and Olson (voiced by Bina Palencia and Adam Gibbs), two strangers they meet on the road, their chance for a new chapter begins. Olson and Iris may be actual denizens of Olympus, and our protagonists sacrifice their own well-being in hopes of a better day.

“That’s one of the things I love about the film,” said Palencia, who also starred in the CW series Star-Crossed. “Do you fight for what you want the world to be or do you let the world do its own thing and you do your own thing? I think what you come to realize that in order for the world to be livable and to be this wonderful place that we all want it to be, we all have to work towards that. Gandhi said ‘be the change you want to be in the world.’ I think that’s a big theme for the whole film.”

Appleseed: Alpha is blessed with beautiful visions as well as a gripping story. Thanks to the extensive motion and facial capture work on the project, the animation is a perfect balance of realism and science fiction-esque fantasy. Special features on the disc includes an in-depth, 52-minute featurette on the making of Appleseed: Alpha as well as filmmakers’ commentary.


To check out or full Q&A with Brina Palencia, please go to our sister site Deepest Dream.

Find Us On Facebook: Hollywood Outbreak

Follow Us On Twitter: @Hollyoutbreak

posted by Greg Srisavasdi