What began as a "chipper" day on set quickly went downhill as they filmed a nude brawl for the upcoming film. Former "Sons of Anarchy" star Charlie Hunnam is no stranger to getting naked for the camera, but a nude fight scene in "Papillon" pushed both he and co-star Rami Malek to the limit. In the film, adapted from the autobiographical book and film of the same name, the two play prisoners in a French Guiana penal colony who form an unlikely bond while trying to escape. One of their many obstacles includes a group of assassins who try to kill them at their most vulnerable: naked, in the shower. The water was cold, but actually the environment, it was quite a warm day. Not only were they exposed during filming, but they were also transforming their bodies as the shoot went on appear as if they'd been on the island for a long time. It wasn't exactly a fun combination. We were both sort of starving ourselves, we were malnourished, just getting slammed around," Hunnam continued. He added, "It was one of those days where you think, 'I don't often feel like I'm earning my money, but I am today.
By Abby Rose For Mailonline. And on the Graham Norton show, due to be shown on Friday night, Charlie Hunnam, 37, joked that he was more than happy to strip down to the buff for director Guy Ritchie for the role. More than willing! Charlie Hunnam, 37, joked on the Graham Norton Show, due to be shown Friday night, that he was more than happy to strip down to the buff for director Guy Ritchie. I had a eureka moment and the next time Guy brought it up, I said:. Naughty boy: Charlie admitted he tried to steal a sword from the set, but got caught red-handed Pictured in scene from King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. I worked on the show for eight years and made them a lot of money so I thought I deserved it! I was disappointed. Hopefully we have created something really fresh'.
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