Kurt Sutter And Charlie Hunnam
Creator and Executive Producer Kurt Sutter (L) jokes with cast member Charlie Hunnam at a panel for the television series "Sons of Anarchy" during the FX portion of the Television Critics Association Summer press tour in Beverly Hills, California August 2, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni Reuters

Following the "Sons of Anarchy" series finale on Dec. 9, Season 7's "Papa's Goods," many fans of the show are still not ready to say goodbye to the biker show after its seven-year run. But a recent news about the show's upcoming movie made headlines on Tuesday, Dec. 23, featuring the "Sons of Anarchy" lead star Charlie Hunnam who is scheduled to play alongside Brad Pitt in the film version of the hit series.

The news was shared by Empire News featuring the announcement made by SOA series creator Kurt Sutter about his plans of turning the hit show into a "major motion picture." The article quoted Hollywood Today magazine recent interview with Sutter about his plans of taking the show to the big screen following its massive success, with Pitt playing Jax Teller's father, John Teller.

"I am most excited about bringing Brad (Pitt) on as John Teller, he is absolutely perfect for the role," according to the fake news. "The movie will take place from the day Jax was born, and leads up to the era just before Sons Of Anarchy began as a series."

Based on the article, Sutter is keen to bring back Ryan Hurst's role as Opie Winston as he wants to redeem himself for killing Jax's bestfriend. The film is allegedly going to begin its pre-production in the middle of 2015 and will start shooting in the fall. Sutter also revealed that the "Sons of Anarchy" movie is expected to be released by the end of 2015, but for the meantime fans can check out the SOA merchandise for they will use the money to fund the upcoming movie, according to the Website.

But these are all fake news as confirmed by the Examiner. Based on the website's disclaimer, Empire News is a satire website which means that all news of the site are all made up for entertainment purposes. The truth is "Sons of Anarchy" is never going back but on the brighter side the tattooed showrunner is up for another hit maker with his upcoming new series "The Bastard Executioner."