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Question: Now that Renee has been killed off in 24, is there a chance of Audrey returning for the 24 movie? —Patty

Yes, there’s a chance. “Any character who is still alive has been discussed and is being considered,” says exec producer Howard Gordon. “But I’m not ready to disclose any names because it could change.”

I don't know if I will watch the movie. I have mix felling on this right now.
ALso the movie will be to load for me to even sit in a movietheartor to even watch it.

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Post on Thu Apr 15, 2010 11:27 am by kane

Just to be safe, I will posted it here

Thanks to 24spoilers!

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Post on Tue Apr 20, 2010 1:38 pm by kane

'24' Movie Script Is Completed

April 20, 2010 09:24:22 GMT

Kiefer Sutherland said scribe Billy Ray finished the screenplay few weeks ago, but he has not read it yet.

"24: The Movie" is likely to come out not long after the TV series ends in the eighth season. Kiefer Sutherland, who plays major character Jack Bauer in the FOX show and is set to reprise the role in the big screen version, has just confirmed at an exclusive BAFTA Q&A that the screenplay for the movie is ready.

According to the actor, screenwriter Billy Ray has finished writing the script a couple of weeks ago. Sutherland has not read it but he plans to do it when he returns to the United States.

About the idea of the storyline, it has been mentioned that the film may take the special agent from Eastern Europe to England during the course of movie. Sutherland has also revealed that the crisis faced by his character doesn't necessarily deal with a bomb. "It can be something personal that people understand," he stated as quoted by IGN.

It has not been known when the production for the movie will begin. No director has been tapped to work on the upcoming project while The 20th Century Fox has not picked up a release date.

In the meantime, Kiefer Sutherland has wrapped shooting for the last episode of "24" TV series last week. FOX will air the two-hour series finale on May 24.


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Post on Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:19 am by kane

Entertainment Weekly

Breaking news: `24' movie inching closer to reality
by Lynette Rice
Categories: Film, Movie Biz, News, Television

Jack Bauer may finally hit the big screen. Though Fox has yet to decide whether to pick up a ninth season of 24, an insider confirmed that the film side is in talks with Billy Ray (State of Play) to write a screenplay for the franchise. Word is the scribe came in and pitched his version of the flick.

Any movement on a film may hinge upon the show’s future with the network; Fox toppers Peter Rice and Kevin Reilly will likely want to see how the show performs over the next few weeks before deciding whether to commit to another season of Bauer racing the clock. Through Jan. 31, 24 is down versus last year by 10% in total viewers (11.9 million versus 13.3 million) and by 15% in adults 18-49 (3.9 versus 4.6). The drama remains Fox’s third-most watched show behind American Idol and House.

A decision is needed soon; a source close to the show said the producers are preparing to write the 23rd and 24th episodes of the current season so they need to know whether to pen a series finale. Production on the drama is scheduled to wrap March 24.

In January, star Kiefer Sutherland told EW that he’d love to do a movie (“It would be a two-hour representation of a day”) and thinks the TV show can actually be done at the same time. ”I actually tried to convince a few people of this. In a media world that is changing unbelievably fast, a television series can either act as a great trailer for a film, or a film can act as a great trailer for a television series. And I think the first person who actually does that is going to change the way television interacts with feature films.

“I think the resistance to it is because, in my father’s generation, if you did films, you didn’t even think about television,” Sutherland continued. “That was a death knell. And if you did television, you wouldn’t be allowed to do films. That was when we had three networks. We have six hundred now, and if I want to see Paul Newman in a movie, I don’t have to go out. And so the game has changed. And I think we’re going to have to adjust with it.” – With additional reporting from Nicole Sperling.

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Post on Tue Apr 27, 2010 7:21 am by kane


'24' headed to the bigscreen
Fox TV, film studios team on feature adaptation

Twentieth Century Fox's film and TV studios are conspiring to finally bring hit television series "24" to the bigscreen.

The film side has hired scribe Billy Ray ("State of Play," "Flightplan") to pen the script for the feature version. Ray's pitch, which takes Jack Bauer to Europe, was a hit with Fox execs and producers of the high-concept television series.

Ray also wrote and directed "Breach" and "Shattered Glass."

Script is said to have come through "24" star Kiefer Sutherland, who's also an exec producer on the series -- and is said to be eager to turn the long-running TV skein into a feature franchise.

Feature would be produced the TV show's key exec producers, including Sutherland. "24" was created by Robert Cochran and Joel Surnow, and while exec producer Howard Gordon runs the show through his Real Time Prods. banner.

Brian Grazer's Imagine Entertainment, which produces the show along with 20th Century Fox TV, also would be involved.

Insiders cautioned that a "24" feature is still very much in the preliminary stages. There are a number of factors influencing how quickly it moves ahead, including the fate of the TV show.

Fox doesn't have a deal for a ninth season of "24," and hasn't yet decided whether to order another season. Insiders said the network is waiting to see this week's ratings before making a decision, but the betting is that this will be the final season.

Even if Fox winds up passing on another year of "24," 20th Century Fox TV could possibly shop the show to other nets. In that case, a feature might have to take a back seat.

"24's" producers have been kicking around making a film for several years, and came close to doing one several years ago.

But the prospect of shooting a feature while the show was still on the air was a daunting one for the cast and producers. Critics and fans of "24" have always enthused about how the show is produced like a feature -- and the film studio would want to move most of the "24" series crew to work on the feature. That's difficult to do while "24" is in production, as hiatuses aren't nearly long enough to shoot a movie.

The show's producers did take advantage of the writers' strike to make a TV movie, however. "24: Redemption," which aired prior to the show's seventh season in 2008, was nominated for five Emmys.

The allure of spinning a popular TV series into a bigscreen film is hard to ignore for studio execs, since there is a built-in audience and brand awareness. "24" has also been a mammoth hit for the studio in foreign markets, which suggests that a feature adaptation would travel well.

Fox saw big rewards from turning TV toon "The Simpsons" into a feature film. In 2007, "The Simpsons" grossed $183.1 million domestically and $343.9 million overseas for a worldwide cume of $527.1 million.

Studio saw strong returns when adapting TV series "The X-Files." Feature film "The X-Files," released in 1998 when the show was still on the air, grossed $83.9 million at the domestic B.O. and $105.3 million overseas for a total cume of $189.2 million.

The second outing wasn't nearly as successful, however. "The X-Files: I Want to Believe," released in 2008, six years after the series went off the air, grossed just $68.4 million worldwide.

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Post on Mon May 10, 2010 12:44 pm by kane

Where's Tony? '24' saving villain for the movie
Last Updated: 12:35 PM, May 4, 2010
Posted: 12:47 AM, May 4, 2010

It looks like "24" is saving the return of
arch-villain Tony Almeida for his big-screen closeup
With only five gripping hours left in this final season of Fox's real-time
thriller, a return appearance by the double-crossing Almeida, played
with oily relish by Carlos Bernard, doesn't appear to be in the cards.
But it's almost a sure thing that Almeida will reappear in the "24"
movie, which will feature series star
Kiefer Sutherland reprising his role as tough-guy CTU agent Jack
Fans might not have to wait long; the movie could be out
by next year, according to series (and movie) executive producer Howard
Gordon, who says he wants to get the flick in theaters "sooner rather
than later" to capitalize on the momentum of the show's finale.

In the movie, still in the early script stages, Jack will reportedly
head to Europe to fight the bad guys -- who will likely include
Almeida, who's already led several lives (and "died" once) on the
series. Tony has, in fact, taken quite a few twists and turns
since Season 1, when he was introduced as Jack's fellow agent and
closest friend at CTU before morphing into one of the show's resident
After helping Jack save the world in the first four
seasons, Tony took a fateful turn in the middle of Season 5 after his
love interest and fellow agent, Michelle Dessler (Reiko Aylesworth), was
killed in a bomb blast in the season opener. While Tony was
recovering from his blast injuries, deep within the bowels of CTU, he
was stabbed by bad guy Christopher Henderson in the midst of a deadly
nerve-gas attack, and died (or so we thought) in Jack's arms.

With Tony presumed dead, he was absent from Season 6 -- but suddenly
reappeared last season, when it was revealed he was alive and well
(don't ask) and was now working as a double agent to undermine US
President Allison Taylor while avenging Michelle's death. (We learn that
she was pregnant with their child when she was killed.)
In a
typical "24" twist, Tony was eventually arrested by the FBI and dragged away -- but not before being shot
and injured by Jack, who he cursed as a traitor to the cause.

It would behoove Sutherland and Gordon to reprise Tony for the "24"
movie, since he still resonates deeply with the show's fans, who've been
lighting up the show's message boards on fox.com with all-things-Tony
as the series nears its end.
"Tony's story is unfinished . . .
we were left hanging with his story," says "talmeida6."
"Tony is
in prison, but bring him back regardless," writes "bfar4526."

"Preacha9" has a better idea.
"I'm not seeing Tony back but with
all the hoopla over him you can bet he will be in the movie . . . and
the events of the finale set up the movie plot so he may even get an
honorable mention."
Fox officials had no comment yesterday.

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