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'24' Movie to Arrive in 2012

Kiefer Sutherland   reveals a release schedule for "24: The Movie ". Making an appearance on "The View " on Monday morning, March 21, the 44-year-old actor gushes that the big screen adaptation of Fox's series "24 " will make its way out in 2012. "It will come out in the summer of 2012," the Jack Bauer depicter confirms.   Earlier this year, Kiefer has shared his thought that the film will still happen in spite of the fact that 20th Century Fox executives   suspended the movie   as they rejected the script written by "State of Play " screenwriter Billy Ray. The   Golden   Globe   award winner believed that the film is still "the little engine that could."   Read More... //

Is the 24 Movie Back On?

Does Kiefer Sutherland know something we don't about the 24 movie? Even though 20th Century Fox recently passed on a script for the film, Sutherland told Extra he's hopeful that filming for the movie will begin by next December or January. A rep for 20th Century Fox would only confirm that the movie is still in development. Last month, Howard Gordon, the longtime 24 executive producer who is also expected to produce the film,  told Entertainment Weekly that the project was "in suspended animation." Read More... //

Kiefer Sutherland’s First Post-24 Role: Web Series The Confession

Kiefer Sutherland's first post-24 starring role is on a new web series called The Confession, Entertainment Weekly reports. The 10 five-to-seven-minute webisodes follow a hitman (Sutherland) who discusses why his victims deserved to die with a priest (John Hurt). Read more…. //

24 Movie in Jeopardy After Fox Passes on Script

It looks like Jack Bauer's road to the big screen has just hit a major speed bump. Fox has axed the script from Billy Ray (State of Play) for a big-screen adaptation of 24, Entertainment Weekly reports. "As far as I know, it is in suspended animation,"  series executive producer Howard Gordon told the magazine. "There is talk about re-approaching it. I understand (director) Tony Scott is meeting with Kiefer [Sutherland] to talk about ideas. People are still talking about it." To Read More Click Here.

2010's Best Episodes: Grey's Anatomy's Crazed Gunman and Lost's Emotional Farewell

It was a great year for TV, which made it very difficult to choose the top 25 episodes of 2010. Recalling and, in some cases, rewatching the stand-out moments was a holiday treat. We got our first glimpse of a bespectacled Clark Kent and saw Snooki pummel Angelina. We wept as Jack Shephard took his final breath and cheered as Leslie took down a mischievous rodent wreaking havoc in Pawnee. Here's the fourth batch of's weeklong countdown of the year's best episodes. 10. "Sanctuary/Death and All His Friends," Grey's Anatomy A shooter roamed through the halls of Seattle Grace, killing off many of the doctors we have come to know and love, and leaving several others on death's door, including Derek Shepherd. After Meredith offered to sacrifice herself to protect the other doctors and subsequently had a miscarriage, the veteran series was taken to a new, deeper level. 9. "Peter," Fringe This flashback hour not only expanded the show's mythology of the alternate universe, but revealed the painful backstory behind Walter's decision to kidnap Peter's doppelganger after "his" 7-year-old Peter died. John Noble's sublime dual turn delicately balanced the audacity and distress of a grieving parent. This episode also marked the debut of '80s-style opening credits. To Read More Click Here.

No Ordinary Family Casts Pair of 24 Alums

A pair of actors very familiar with Jack Bauer will soon get to know Jim Powell. Rick Schroder and Annie Wersching, both of whom played key roles on seasons of 24, will guest star on an episode of No Ordinary Family in early 2011. Look for Schroder, who played CTU agent Mike Doyle on season six of the former Fox drama, to play a man whose life is saved by Michael Chiklis' powerful character on this ABC series. Wersching will portray his wife. The latter has been keeping busy since 24 went off the air in May. She recently guest-starred on CSI and will soon be seen on an installment of NCIS. Source Here

24's Annie Wersching Welcomes a Son

It's a boy for 24 alum Annie Wersching. The actress, who played Renee Walker on the Fox series, and her husband, Stephen Full, welcomed Freddie Wersching Full on Sunday in Los Angeles, her rep tells Freddie weighed in at 7 pounds, 15 ounces and measured 18 inches long. "My heart is bursting with love!!!" Wersching tweeted Monday. Wersching, 33, and Full have been married since September. Source Here

Mary Lynn Rajskub on the End of '24,' Being a Mom and Her Stage Show

When I spoke to Mary Lynn Rajskub last month, my originally scheduled interview time was pushed back a day because her publicist forgot that it was her birthday. So the publicist decided to give her a "day off," which she used to hang out with her husband and 23-month-old son. It's the kind of birthday celebration she probably never imagined she'd have when she was in her twenties. "When I was younger, you used to look at your parents and be like, 'Why don't they want to go out?'" she said. "Now I realize, oh, it's not because they're boring, it's because once you're a parent, the best time is when you're just at home, the kid's asleep. That's an exciting night out. Why would I go anywhere?" To Read More Click Here .

'24' evildoer Gregory Itzin joins 'Big Love'

With casting coups like this, Big Love is well on its way to making up for a lackluster season 4: Legendary (and twice Emmy-nominated) 24 villain Gregory Itzin has signed up for a major recurring gig on season 5 of HBO’s Big Love, sources confirm to me exclusively. Itzin will play Senator Richard Dwyer, the Republican Majority Leader of the Utah State Senate - of which Bill (Bill Paxton) is now a member. Production on Big Love‘s fifth season is scheduled to get underway this week.

'Gilmore' grad, '24' alum join 'Life Unexpected'

With a title like Life Unexpected, you can kinda predict a few surprises from The CW sleeper. The latest? Two new femmes fatales are about to add spice to Life. First up, model-turned-scream queen Arielle Kebbel (a.k.a. Dean’s rebound girl Lindsay Lister on Gilmore Girls) has been cast as Paige, the new hottie in town who may well wind up tending more than bar for Baze (Kristoffer Polaha). Next in line, Amy Price-Francis (24, The Cleaner) has landed the role of Kelly, a conservative author/chatterbox who becomes a partner on the radio show that Cate (Shiri Appleby) and Ryan (Kerr Smith) front. To Read More Click Here .