Kiefer Sutherland gushes that the big screen adaptation of '24' will be released next year, saying 'It will come out in the summer of 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."
At that time, Kiefer also insisted he is still committed to work on the film. The son of Canadian actor Donald Sutherland told the publication, "Billy did a fantastic job and there are aspects of that story [that will remain]. I couldn't be more thrilled." He also suggested that Fox is working with "The Good Wife" executive producer Tony Scott for the project.
The forthcoming movie reportedly will see the special agent going from Eastern Europe to England during the course of movie. Meanwhile, Kiefer's character will face a crisis that does not deal with a bomb. "It can be something personal that people understand," he stated as quoted by IGN.