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It's a long road from 90s CBBC soap Byker Grove to $180 million blockbuster Pacific Rim but Charlie Hunnam has made it there, relatively unscathed. In the years in-between he's had roles in Queer As Folk, Cold Mountain and Sons Of Anarchy but nothing has prepared him for the scale of Guillermo Del Toro's monstrous action film.

We took some time to sit down with Hunnam to discuss fighting aliens, Geordies in Hollywood and his thoughts on Pacific Rim 2.

Pacific Rim hits cinemas July 12

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