'Sons of Anarchy': Charlie Hunnam on Jax's struggles and guilt

As "Sons of Anarchy" rolls into season six, the Jax Teller (Charlie Hunnam) at the head of SAMCRO's table is very different from the one the world got to know in the first season of the motorcycle club drama. The once idealistic Jax has seemingly been tainted by the power he now wields as club president.While the "Sons of Anarchy" cast was at Comic-Con to greet their fans, Hunnam also took some time to talk to reporters about the changes Jax is going through and what's in store for his character.When it comes to the influence Clay (Ron Perlman) has on molding Jax in his role as president, Hunnam says, "I think there's probably a certain degree is true that you learn the position from your predecessor." However, the actor also realizes that the way his character has responded to the job can't be placed solely on the shoulders of those who came before him,...



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