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Sons of Anarchy Season 5 – Charlie Hunnam on Jax Change
For the majority of Sons of Anarchy’s run on FX, leading man Jax has been on the fence regarding his position in SAMCRO, always struggling with whether he should stay or go. But since he stepped up to be the club’s president, he’s put himself in a position where he has to stick around. With Jax as the new leader, how will this affect him going in to Season 5? Should we be expecting a different Jax, or will we still have to sit through his “should I leave or stay?” all over again. Charlie Hunnam has the answers for us.
Having played Jax for four years, Season 5 should be a change of pace for Hunnam, who spoke with TVLine, saying we can certainly expect a transformation in Jax. With Clay out, Jax has stepped up, forcing him to set his wishes for freedom aside. This new Jax won’t be as full of energy as we’ve come to expect him to be, instead he’ll be more calm and reserved as he takes leadership seriously. It’ll be like watching him growing up, maturing to be the leader the club needs. He’ll have to be slow to act, really figuring out the right moves to make.
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Quite humorously, Hunnam doesn’t think Jax will be crying nearly as much as he’s done in the past. His head will be too busy being in the game to think emotionally. But don’t expect his new attitude to be one of content. Just because he’s not as indecisive about being in the club doesn’t mean he’s not thinking of a way out somewhere down the road. In the back of his mind he’s probably planning his exit, but it won’t be for some time. Hunnam doesn’t address this, but should Jax be at all worried he might head down a similar path Clay went down? I’m not suggesting he should become exactly like Clay – they’re way too dissimilar – but he definitely should find himself making choices he wouldn’t made before.