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Jun 27, 2022Posted by Emily

Happy 36th Birthday Sam!

Hi Sam fans! It’s June 27th which means today is Sam Claflin’s 36th birthday! Happy Birthday Sam! Thank you for bringing happiness into our lives with all of your work. We have loved updating fans with all of your latest projects. We can’t wait to see all your upcoming new films & shows. We hope you spend the day with all your friends and family. Here’s to another year of supporting the amazing you!

To celebrate this year at The Claflin Place, we decided to FINALLY put up new themes on the site!! I know the previous ones have been up for so long so it’s such a fresh look. Jasper did such an amazing job and I hope you all love the themes as much as I do. The gallery has also been updated with the rest of Peaky Blinders and Sam’s project Every Breath You Take. More updates to come, thank you all for supporting the site!

Jun 27, 2022Posted by Jasper

“Every Breath You Take” Screen Captures

Our gallery has been updated with blu-ray screencaptures of Sam from the psychological thriller film Every Breath You Take, which was released last year. Sam absolutely killed it as James Flagg. If you haven’t seen the film yet, make sure you give it a watch and beware for spoilers when browsing our gallery.


Jun 27, 2022Posted by Jasper

Peaky Blinders: Series Finale Screen Captures & Season 6 Stills

Sorry for another delay, our gallery has been updated with  HD screen captures of Sam in the series finale of Peaky Blinders. Also included in this update are high-quality stills of Sam from the five episodes he appeared in this season. Check them out!


May 14, 2022Posted by Jasper

Sam Claflin to Star in Lionsgate’s ‘Bagman’

THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER – Sam Claflin, who played Finnick Odair in the Hunger Games movies, will star in Bagman, a supernatural thriller from Lionsgate.

British helmer Colm McCarthy, who directed season two of Peaky Blinders, the pilot for DC show Krypton and the indie The Girl With all the Gifts, is directing the feature that was written by John Hulme.

Temple Hill’s Marty Bowen and Wyck Godfrey — who count Twilight, Maze Runner and The Fault in Our Stars among their credits — are producing.

The story centers on a father, played by Claflin, who desperately struggles against his deepest inner fear when the childhood monster he once vanquished returns to haunt him. This time, however, the father has to muster the strength to not just fight for himself, but for his family.

The project is being introduced to international buyers in the coming days at the Cannes Film Festival.

Meredith Wieck and Jorge Alfaro are overseeing the project for Lionsgate. Temple Hill exec John Fischer brought in the project and will oversee for the company.

Lionsgate worked with Claflin on its hit Hunger Games movies, casting him as the dashing games victor Odair, who would become an invaluable asset to heroine Katniss Everdeen. “Since we first worked with him on Catching Fire, Sam has grown into a compelling leading man,” said Lionsgate motion picture president Nathan Kahane. “We’re thrilled that he responded so strongly to this project.”

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