You’ve asked, SOA Fanatics, and we’re here to answer. Will there be a Sons of Anarchy movie? Will Brad Pitt take the role of John Teller in this movie? Will Kurt Sutter be directing the movie like we’ve heard? When is the movie coming out? Will Charlie Hunnam be playing Jax Teller again? We’ve heard all of the questions, and today, we’re on a mission to put your minds at ease.
Sons of Anarchy Series Executive Producer Kurt Sutter has said it again and again, there will be no Sons of Anarchy movie. The rumor originally hit social media thanks to a satire website called Empire News. It was published on December 23, 2014, shortly after the series finale of Sons of Anarchy. The satire piece clearly says,
The film, which is a prequel to the storyline of Sons will also introduce fans to Jax’s father, John, who will be played by Brad Pitt.
However, their website disclaimer, reveals that the site is for fictional news:
Empire News is intended for entertainment purposes only. Our website and social media content uses only fictional names, except in cases of public figure and celebrity parody or satirization. Any other use of real names is accidental and coincidental.
So, in conclusion, no there will not be a Sons of Anarchy movie, as cool as we think one would be. Brad Pitt, as far as we know, is just being considered for the role of John Teller in the Sons of Anarchy prequel, which has yet to be developed. As far as our Charlie goes, currently he’s so busy with his movies, that he hasn’t yet confirmed whether or not he’ll join the cast of Kurt Sutter’s Mayan’s spin-off.
Tell us in the comments how cool you think a Sons of Anarchy movie would be! Are you disappointed there isn’t one?
Check out photos of the original satire article about the Sons of Anarchy movie, plus Kurt Sutter’s reaction to it here: