Charlie Hunnam Explains That He's Always Been Well Received By Women
Charlie Hunnam has been once heck of a busy guy as of late. In 2017, he starred in two major films that were released mere months from one another. In March of 2017, The Lost City of Z was released, with notably favorable reviews from critics and audiences alike. In it, Charlie played Percy Fawcett, a British explorer intent on uncovering the hidden mysteries of the Amazon. Just two months later, in May of 2017, Guy Ritchie’s
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King Arthur: Legend of the Sword was released, with Charlie again snagging the leading role of Arthur, the man of legend who became a reluctant king after pulling the magical Excalibur from the stone.

One thing both films have in common? They both feature a relentlessly attractive Charlie Hunnam. And as Hunnam states, he’s always been well received by female audiences.

Well, we’re certainly not going to argue. This handsome stud has been stealing the show for many years, and doesn’t look like he’s ready to call it quits anytime soon.

So, what has Charlie Hunnam got in store for us next? And what was it like for him to wrap up his iconic roles as a Hollywood heartthrob? He gave the inside scoop to Glamour magazine and we just had to find out more.

Charlie Hunnam Explains That He's Always Been Well Received By Women
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Now, saying that Charlie Hunnam has always been well liked by the ladies seems to be somewhat of an obvious statement, doesn't it? But perhaps we should put that into context.

What's interesting is that Hunnam often plays hyper-masculine roles, most notably: Jackson Teller in the brutally violent show Sons of Anarchy.
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