Here's hoping you didn't have your heart set on seeing Aussie actress Judy Davis on Fox's "24: Live Another Day."
According to reports, Davis has had to pull out of her role in the event series for personal reasons.
The answer to the question of whether "24" could return to Fox is now an unequivocal "yes."
Fox's Chairman of Entertainment, Kevin Reilly, confirmed to press during a conference call on Monday that Kiefer Sutherland's Agent Jack Bauer is back in an event series that'll run over 12 weeks.
Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer might be back on TV before we ever see that long-awaited "24" movie.
According to reports, Fox is in early - emphasis on early, here - talks to have Sutherland return as Agent Bauer in a limited run of "24."
Actor Kiefer Sutherland’s got a full plate between his Broadway play, "That Championship Season," his new web series, "The Confession," and of course, the "24” movie.
"There's been talk about it forever," Sutherland told CNN of the feature film version of the smash Fox series. “But it is slated right now for the summer of 2012."
"I'm one of the producers (of Fox's "24" film) and I've been working with Ron Howard,” he revealed. “We've had a couple of scripts that I think were wonderful but they weren't perfect, and I think we worked so hard on the series for that long that we want to make, if not a series of films, at least the one film really matter. We've just been working so hard to reach that."
It looks like the long-awaited for "24" movie is getting a little closer to reality.
Kiefer Sutherland, who starred as Jack Bauer on the fan favorite Fox series, told the ladies of "The View" last month that the show would get the cinematic treatment next year, and now producer Brian Grazer has backed him up.
“Got off the phone Keifer yesterday and we are very excited about producing the ‘24' movie for next year,” Grazer tweeted on April 5. FULL POST
Not an awards nomination ceremony goes by without someone, somewhere uttering those three little words: “But what about…”
This year's Emmy nominations were no different with some seemingly glaring oversights.
There wasn't a best comedy series bid for CBS’ little nerd show that could, “Big Bang Theory,” nor was there a best reality show bid for "Survivor." And how did Ed O’Neill earn the distinction of being the only adult cast member on ABC’s “Modern Family” not to be nominated?
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