Posted by SamClaflinFans on May 29th, 2021


It’s that time of year again! Time for our annual birthday video message to our fave guy 🙂 If you are a new fan of Sam or a new follower of ourselves, you can check out our Youtube channel to watch birthday videos from previous years. Sam really appreciates his birthday video wishes and has shown his appreciation for them for the past nine years.


Want to take part this year? Here are a few tips to follow when sending in your messages:
  • E-mail your video and name/twitter username to
  • Try to keep your message to a maximum of 40 seconds
  • You must verbally say where you are from (your country)
  • Keep it appropriate
  • If you do not speak English, you can just add subtitles or send them!
 Sam’s birthday is on June 27th and the deadline to get your messages into us by is Monday 21st of June 2021Good luck, have fun & we look forward to seeing your lovely wishes for Sam!

Posted by SamClaflinFans on April 30th, 2021

With the help of our friend Olga, we have compiled below various movie reviews of Sam’s latest film, Every Breath You Take:

Claflin elevates the formulaic quality by playfully wavering between charismatic and psychotic as he burrows deeper into the Clark women’s lives, and thus Philip’s psyche.” And this “Rated R for Sam Claflin’s wreaking havoc.” New York Times

Claflin is ultimately why the film is as enjoyable as it is, with his gradually unnerving James proving evermore the live-wire among the more auto-pilot mentality of both Affleck and Monaghan.” The AU Review

Sam Claflin does most of the heavy lifting here, portraying James with a balance of charisma, elusive allure, and calculated danger. The actor has been in dramas, fantasies, and romance movies, but he’s never played a twisted character like James before and it’s engaging to watch Claflin in the role as his character unravels. James’ appearance seems questionable right from the start, though the extent to which he’s untrustworthy ends up being the true surprise.Screenrant

Sam Claflin brings a dark performance, expanding outward from the generally “good guy” role he has played in the past. There is a flicker of madness in his eyes, all while uttering sweet-nothings to those he is with. There is an unpredictability masked within a cool exterior.Film Inquiry

Sam Claflin does an excellent job of switching between personas of the charming and helpful grief-stricken brother and the psychopathic menace that he actually turns out to be. There’s something about the unhinged glint in his eyes that you can see from time to time combined with his odd behavior when he’s in his sister’s house throughout the film that warns you his character will turn out to be very dangerous.Nerds and Beyond

“Claflin, of ‘The Hunger Games: Catching Fire’ fame, brings the same charm to this role that he brought in ‘The Hunger Games’ franchise when playing off Jennifer Lawrence and Josh Hutcherson. However, very quickly that charm takes on a new meaning and becomes incredibly eerie and sinister which was impressive to see that line walked so well. Luckily, Claflin balances the charm and creepiness in just the right way to give the best performance in the film.” Hollywood Insider

“the movie is still enjoyable thanks largely to Claflin’s great work. Nothing anyone does is unexpected or surprising, but Claflin’s deftness in creative a sociopathic, manipulative character is great to see.Macarthur Advertiser

Posted by SamClaflinFans on March 31st, 2021

Sam is currently filming his upcoming movie Book of Love in Mexico. It tells the stories of two writers on a book tour in Mexico. On the set of the movie, Sam also met with his fans. Check out a few photos below:

Thanks to anyone who has shared their photos and videos with us. Please do feel free to message us if you have more!

Posted by SamClaflinFans on March 31st, 2021

Ahead of the release of Sam’s upcoming movie, Every Breath You Take, check out all press interviews below:

Posted by SamClaflinFans on March 16th, 2021

Check out the brand new trailer for Every Breath You Take. Sam will be starring alongside Michelle Monaghan, Casey Affleck, Veronica Ferres and India Eisley.

A psychiatrist, whose client commits suicide, finds his family life disrupted after introducing her surviving brother to his wife and daughter. (x)

Posted by SamClaflinFans on March 6th, 2021

Sam recently talked with Gentleman’s Journal about Peaky Blinders upcoming season 6, how he spent his lockdown and had to learn playing guitar. Check out his interview below:

Sam Claflin may be the only actor in the world whose life became busier after lockdown. It’s true. While most other thesps and theatrical types were busy pausing their productions, shutting their sets and heading home for a breather, Claflin’s life was getting more and more complicated by the minute.

It was early March, and the actor was stuck out in Los Angeles. He’d moved to California just days earlier for a new television project and, slap-bang in the middle of an (already rather stressful) relocation, the pandemic began to really heat up. In fact, Claflin had barely recovered from his jet lag when, right on inconvenient cue…

“The announcement came!” the actor himself announces down the phone line. “Lockdown! And, suddenly, after flying out there, I had two days to grab my stuff, leave L.A. and come back home again. At the time, I thought it would be a two-week quarantine in London, so I left my suitcase with a friend and said; ‘I’ll be back in two weeks’. It’s been there for months…”

A chuckle. A sigh. Claflin’s clearly mourning that long-lost suitcase. But he’s a resilient sort — and the 34-year-old is soon describing how good it feels to be back on set. A mere 12 months after he left Los Angeles, Claflin is calling me from his car. He’s on the way to work, filming the final series of razor-sharp ratings hit Peaky Blinders.

Read the full interview on the Gentleman’s Journal.

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Peaky Blinders S6

Role: Oswald Mosley
Release Date: TBC
A gangster family epic set in 1900s England, centering on a gang who sew razor blades in the peaks of their caps, and their fierce boss Tommy Shelby

Book of Love

Role: Henry
Release Date: production
Two writers thrown together on a book tour in Mexico.

Every Breath You Take

Role: James Flagg
Release Date: April 2nd
A psychiatrist, whose client commits suicide, finds his family life disrupted after introducing her surviving brother to his wife and daughter.

Daisy Jones & the Six

Role: Billy Dunne
Release Date: pre-production
Following the rise of Daisy Jones and The Six' rock band through the '70s LA music scene on their quest for worldwide icon status.

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