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'Sons of Anarchy' season 7 spoilers: Star expects deaths to be 'intensified'

Theo Rossi plays Juice on "Sons of Anarchy."
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"Sons of Anarchy" season 7 spoilers are near-impossible to get, but luckily stars of the show give an interview on occasion that give us something to work with!

A report by The Epoch Times on May 2 cited an interview Theo Rossi had with Entertainment Weekly. The actor who portrays Juice on the biker drama gave his vague account of what will occur in part one of season 7.

Rossi said the range of human emotions he's played on "Sons of Anarchy" could never match future roles he'll have take on in the future. The "SOA" star has played the "funny guy, the loyal guy, the guy fearing for my life, the guy trying to take my own life, the guy taking a lot of other people’s lives as a stone-cold killer, to this guy who’s kinda floating in the abyss now and you don’t know where he’s going – which I think is the most dangerous part about him,” Rossi said.

If viewers thought season 6 was jam-packed with endless deaths of major characters, Theo Rossi hints that season 7 will have even more of that.

"It's why you do this, it’s why you get into this racket. Kurt gave me that all in one character. So for this year, I don’t expect that to be any different. If anything, I expect it only to be intensified, really heavily," he said.

Theo said he admits being nervous about deaths that come up in the storylines. At the end of season 6, Tara was brutally murdered by Jax's mother. A lot of fans didn't see that one coming despite speculations before the finale episode. Although they learned throughout the season that most of the characters were never reallyy safe, it was hard to see Tara die right when things seemed to be smoothing out for her -- considering her circumstances, anyway.

Rossi said he hasn't read the script yet for season 7, but he has his own theories on what could happen. Does he know something that alluded to that possibility? It's hardly a stretch since this will be the last season of "Sons of Anarchy." There's freedom for anything to happen.

"Sons of Anarchy" season 7 will begin this fall on FX at 10 p.m., ET/PT.