Showrunner says network is interesed in exploring SAMCRO's origins
(CBR) The sordid tale of Jax Teller and the Sons of Anarchy Motorcycle Club: Redwood Original has yet to conclude, but Kurt Sutter already has his eyes on a future road — or, perhaps more accurately, a past road he’s yet to explore.
Sutter’s desire to create a "Sons of Anarchy" prequel series, focused on the founding of the club by Jax’s father, is well-documented at this point. But as the FX series comes closer to an end (the show is on its sixth season, and is earmarked to end after season seven), both Sutter and the network’s interest in such a series is seemingly heating up. READ ON
The song of the motor stills my thoughts. It mutes the chaos around me. I push forward, and with focused relaxation I eye the ground beneath me. The rumble of the wheels gliding across it feels like an act of love. Of silent connection.
All that matters at this moment are my tracks. I'll just do one more round. Again. Then I'll turn it off and rejoin society. Maybe two more rounds.
This pattern feels so familiar. READ ON
With FX's hit series Sons of Anarchy continuing to draw in stellar ratings in its sixth season, creator and showrunner Kurt Sutter has spoken about the possibility of extending the show beyond his initial plan of seven seasons during 'An Evening with Sons of Anarchy' event on Friday night, reports Deadline.
"There’s so many factors that determine whether a show continues or not," said Sutter. "I came up with the initial awareness that if this show was being done in sort of the same production model that The Shield was in – and I knew that The Shield had about seven seasons. READ ON
Kenosha, Wisconsin - October 15, 2013 - Mike Anthony Jones, musician, writer, film maker, and avid Harley rider and enthusiast, announced today that he is producing a new film with an anticipated release date set for sometime in 2014. Entitled "Live To Ride The Legend," the film tells the uplifting and inspiring tale of how a dying man and his son ultimately find each other while on a cross-country bike trip together after years of estrangement. Along the way, "Live To Ride The Legend" weaves together Harley-Davidson and general American history with the incredibly rich history of women in motorcycling. A great soundtrack, plenty of eye-catching bikes, and themes revolving around both the trials and joys of the father-son relationship round the film out nicely.
To fund the film, Jones has elected to try the crowd-sourcing method that has proved so wildly popular in recent years with musicians, film makers, and others in the creative arts community.
To learn more about "Live To Ride The Legend" and the many ways in which others can make this project happen, please visit the film's Web site at http://www.thelegendmotorcyclemovie.com. Visitors to the site are encouraged to keep checking back from time to time for updates and other additional content. ( Written by Aaron S.Roberts