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Sutherland will reprise his role as Jack Bauer in the 12-episode run produced by former showrunner Howard Gordon.
The '24' actor wears a bra decorated with bomb to refer to his clock-ticking adventure on the critically-acclaimed TV series.
It was said that recent budgetary and salary disputes between Sutherland and 20th Century Fox have caused the project to delay its filming, which is originally set to start this April.
Beyonce Knowles is scheduled to help christen brand new beachfront resort, Revel, on May 25, 26 and 27.
Confirming the wedding news is a representative for Lucas, who also adds that the 'J. Edgar' actor and his new bride, Jessica, are expecting their first child together.
While the former '24' lead actor wraps himself in a coat and scarf, his cast mate Gugu Mbatha-Raw bares her back in a black revealing gown.
Riri posts the picture of her new ride on Twitter and quotes Jay-Z's 'On to the Next One' lyrics to express her joy for receiving the car.
While confirming that the big-screen take on the FOX hit series will begin filming in April, the Jack Bauer depicter reveals that the story is set 'within six months from the end of the last episode.'
20th Century Fox plans to begin the production for the big screen take on the TV hit series next spring as the latest version of the script is expected to be finished by the end of 2011.
Also strutting their stuff on the runway in kilts, the traditional Scottish garment, at the annual Dressed To Kilt event are their 'That Championship Season' co-stars Brian Cox and Jason Patric.
During the 'That Championship Season' play, the 'Corner Gas' actress was experiencing a scary moment when suddenly an audience shouted for emergency after choking on a candy.
Her photos have been used without authorization on a Russian web for female escorts and on eBay for a bid starting BPS5.
The '24' alum reportedly would like to join a pilot from Tim Kring which has been picked up by FOX.
Chris Noth and Jason Patric have signed up for the Broadway revival of the 1972 Tony-winning play by Jason Miller.
Rumor control has been given on the news that the three actors are going to portray one of the characters in the TV classic for the remake.