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“I would love to do a Game of Thrones cameo,” Hunnam told The Sun this week.Charlie Hunnam took a walk down memory lane during a recent trip to Las Vegas and shared details about his first, very hasty wedding with fellow actress Katharine Towne – who he had met at a Dawson's Creek audition– in 1999.- The Gang Tries Desperately to Win an Award (2013) ...(performer: "Go Fuck Yourselves (The Spider Song)", "Paddy's Pub" - uncredited) / (writer: "Go Fuck Yourselves (The Spider Song)", "Paddy's Pub" - uncredited) Well, yeah.The trick in my opinion to a really good comedy is when it walks up to that line, and you're always wondering, "Are they going to step over it? were slightly more optimistic, giving the film three stars, writing: “The film rattles along exhilaratingly, if sometimes intermittently, like a fairground rollercoaster that occasionally stops and makes you get out and walk for a few minutes before letting you back on.” - Jimi Famurewa - 2/5 Jude Law toils admirably as demonic proto-dictator Vortigern, but Hunnam’s decision to play Arthur as a smirking lunk makes him hard to root for.Hunnam previously revealed to Entertainment Tonight that he didn't communicate with his girlfriend, Mc Nelis, for five months while filming for Lost City of Z in Colombia.

Such synchronicity alone makes it worthy of cultural consideration of a certain kind.

But Charlie Hunnam, 37, has revealed that he would love to reprise the role that first made him a name - as cocky 15-year-old schoolboy Nathan Maloney in controversial gay drama Queer As Folk.

Speaking to The Sun, Charlie revealed: 'I’d be game for a reunion.

Charlie has stripped off once again for his role in King Arthur.

On the Graham Norton show on Friday night, he joked that he was more than happy to strip down to the buff for director Guy Ritchie for the role.

Such synchronicity alone makes it worthy of cultural consideration of a certain kind.

But Charlie Hunnam, 37, has revealed that he would love to reprise the role that first made him a name - as cocky 15-year-old schoolboy Nathan Maloney in controversial gay drama Queer As Folk.

Speaking to The Sun, Charlie revealed: 'I’d be game for a reunion.

Charlie has stripped off once again for his role in King Arthur.

On the Graham Norton show on Friday night, he joked that he was more than happy to strip down to the buff for director Guy Ritchie for the role.

The barometer is always whether or not you find it funny.