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Sources say a movie version of 24 is being considered again

joblo.com – After the shortened season of 24 subtitled LIVE ANOTHER DAY ended last month, the future for the Kiefer Sutherland action series still seemed ambiguous. Yes, the new run was enjoyed by fans of the previous eight seasons, but the ratings were less than stellar. Still, there was clearly still life in Jack Bauer.

7 years 12 weeks ago via theothersenhman

A '24' Movie Isn't Out of the Question

news.moviefone.com – "24" seems to be the gift that keeps on giving. After resurrecting the show for a ninth season this spring, Fox is also mulling over whether it wants to make season 10 -- and, eventually, a movie. During a panel at San Diego Comic-Con Thursday, star Kiefer Sutherland and executive producer Jon Cassar discussed their trepidation with bringing back the series, which went off the air in 2010, and whether or not the material would live up to their original creation.

7 years 18 weeks ago via brucelee

Sutherland Talks Failed "24" Movie

darkhorizons.com – So is the "24: Live Another Day" event series the glorious resurrection of the franchise, or the final swan song? A recent interview in the UK with Kiefer Sutherland would seem to indicate the latter might be the case as the aim of 'Live' is to "bring a sense of closure to the show".

7 years 29 weeks ago via donnieyen

’24: Live Another Day’ Trailer: A Traitor and a Psychopath

feedproxy.google.com – The first 24: Live Another Day trailer was released during the Super Bowl last month. But the first 24: Live Another Day trailer featuring actual footage from the series was revealed this weekend. In it, CIA head Steve Harris (Benjamin Bratt) spots Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) for the first time in years. 7 years 37 weeks ago via theothersenhman

What's Popping: 'Man of Steel 2', 'Doctor Strange', Oscar Noms, 'The Shaolin Temple', '24'

12:15 PM 1/19/2014 by Binh Ngo
The Man of Steel sequel that will feature Ben Affleck as the new Batman is no longer coming to theaters on July 17, 2015, but will instead move back a year to May 6, 2016. The official reason? The delay will give Zack Snyder and Co. "time to realize fully their vision, given the complex visual nature of the story."

New 24 Series Won't Cancel 24 Movie

12:19 AM 1/15/2014 by Fred Topel
Since the end of the eighth season of TV’s 24, talk of a 24 movie heated up and then cooled off at least twice. When the cast returned for a new miniseries, 24: Live Another Day, that seemed almost better than a movie. 24 is back on TV! The show presented a panel for Live Another Day to the Television Critics Association, in which Kiefer Sutherland said there could still be a film, and that the film script in development is not the same as Live Another Day.

TCA: Kiefer Sutherland Says Potential ’24′ Movie “Very Different” Than Upcoming Event Series

deadline.com – “If this causes a rebirth of the show or causes a film to be made, so be it,” said Kiefer Sutherland today at the TCA. The actor and EP added that any script for a potential 24 movie would be “very very different” than the upcoming 12 episodes 24: Live Another Day limited series. 7 years 45 weeks ago via jetli

Kiefer Sutherland Signs On For More '24', New Limited Series Is A Go At Fox

deadline.com – Jack Bauer is back! I’ve learned that, after marathon negotiations, Kiefer Sutherland has closed a deal for a new installment of 24 on Fox. With him on board, I hear Fox has greenlighted the real-time drama as a limited series and will announce it during its upfront presentation today. The continuation is a brain child of longtime 24 showrunner Howard Gordon, now executive producer of Showtime’s Homeland. 8 years 28 weeks ago via jetli

Antoine Fuqua on '24': "That's Not Happening"

10:31 AM 3/12/2013 by Binh Ngo
Still waiting for 24 to make its way to the big screen? It's not happening, according to director Antoine Fuqua. At least not with him at the helm.

Antoine Fuqua Says '24' Movie Is Dead, Still Waiting On The Script For Tupac Shakur Biopic

Antoine Fuqua
fb.indiewire.com – Antoine Fuqua has been a busy man: the “Training Day” helmer has “Olympus Has Fallen” about to hit theaters, just as his hands are in several pies, developing many upcoming projects. We caught up with him during press for the White House siege film, and while he could only reveal that there were several balls in the air, he did confirm the death of a project he was linked to, the big-screen adaptation of his series “24.” “Yeah, that’s not happening. 8 years 37 weeks ago via theothersenhman
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