Fans may not have been too happy with the way that 24 ended, but they might've been even less happy with what was originally going to end the series, according to executive producer Howard Gordon: The death of Jack Bauer.
Longtime 24 executive producer and show runner Howard Gordon says that he's currently not engaged with the film adaptation, but director Tony Scott might have some involvement with the project.
The Top Gun and Man on Fire director could find himself racing against the clock alongside Jack Bauer in the feature film adaptation of the hit television series.
Glee creator Ryan Murphy and 24 showrunner Howard Gordon are teaming together for a currently untitled television project about a psychiatrist who makes his patients face "their worst fears and phobias."
Now that we know that Fox is considering calling the next installment in the Die Hard franchise Die Hard 24/7, you might be wondering just why that name was chosen. Turns out, for the best reason possible.
Last week, I asked which season finale has excited you most, but following a week that's seen the series finales for Lost, Law & Order, 24 and FlashForward, I'm thinking bigger. Which show's final episode made the biggest impact on you?
24 showrunner Howard Gordon says that a film adaptation starring Kiefer Sutherland is planned to happen "sooner rather than later."
Previously on 24, it was announced that the currently airing eighth season would be the show's last. Jack Bauer's days on the small screen are quite literally numbered, though Kiefer Sutherland's ex-CTU badass is on track for a cinematic return by way of Billy Ray's currently in progress screenplay.
The Emmy winning team returns with Season eight of Keifer Sutherland's action hit "24," and appearance two at Comic-Con, complete with returning stars and newly added cast members Katee Sackhoff and Anil Kapoor.
After 14 months, "24" is coming back with a vengeance, and so is Tony Almeida
(again)! Stars Kiefer Sutherland and Carlos Bernard joined the show's writers
and producers to meet with fans at Comic-Con International in San Diego.