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'Sons of Anarchy': Who will die in season 7?

Kurt Sutter talks about "Sons of Anarchy" deaths
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Viewers are looking forward to see what will happen on "Sons of Anarchy" season 7. Even though the show will not return until late 2014, there are a lot of speculations and hints on what could take place when it comes back to the air. On Jan. 14, Enstars revealed what Kurt Sutter had to say about killing off a major character.

Warning: If you do not want to know "Sons of Anarchy" season 7 spoilers, then stop reading.

As fans already know, Drea de Matteo, who plays Wendy, has been upgraded to a series regular. While some are speculating that she may comfort Jax during his grieving and help raise the boys, could it be possible that she may end up killing Gemma? It seems that her role has to involve more than just being there for Jax and helping to take care of the kids. If she does kill Gemma, it probably won't be because of Tara's murder, but probably for Gemma playing with her head and manipulating her.

Speaking of Tara's murder, some fans believe that either Jax will kill his mother when he finds out she murdered his wife or Gemma may go off the deep end. Her committing suicide is always possible, but it seems her storyline will come to an end in a more dramatic and shocking way.

Kurt Sutter spoke to Entertainment Weekly recently and although he didn't reveal who would live or die, he did say,

"It would be difficult to get rid of characters like Tig and Juice and Chibs, especially with Opie gone. They feel like family to people. You have to be very careful not to be arbitrary in terms of who lives and who dies."

In other "SOA" news, Walter Goggins spoke to Zap2It about his character, transgender escort Venus Van Dam. He could not say whether he would be returning in season 7, but did admit that he wants his character to come back. He said,

"... but I know [Kurt Sutter and I] both want her to come back."

When asked how he would like Venus and Tig's story to play out, he replied,

"I don't know, happily ever after? Wouldn't that be something?"

Goggins said that if Kurt asked him to come back, he would jump at the chance,

"Kurt is just like a brother to me and I think he's one of the most talented among us and I look for any excuse to work with him. If it does happen, hopefully you won't know because it'll be a surprise."

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