Former “Sons Of Anarchy” star Charlie Hunnam appeared at the Toronto International Film Festival to discuss his latest film and to play with puppies, obviously.
Hunnam was at TIFF to promote the newest Ned Kelly bushranger movie, True History Of the Kelly Gang, which also stars Russell Crowe as Harry Power.
Hunnam plays Sergeant O’Neil, who’s described by Variety as a “less-than-upstanding lawman.”
The movie, based on a novel by Peter Carey, has received impressive reviews.
Besides Hunnam and Crowe, True History Of the Kelly Gang also stars Thomasin McKenzie, Nicholas Hoult, and George MacKay as Ned Kelly.
The movie is set to premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival tomorrow (Sept. 11), but won’t be seen in theaters until 2020.
While at TIFF, Hunnam spent some wholesome time playing with a couple of soft puppies.
He was clearly enjoying himself, since puppies can automatically make anyone feel better — it’s a law, actually.