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Spooks: The Greater Good Trailer: Jon Snow Is Jack Bauer

Were you a fan of MI-5 before it was cruelly wrenched from Netflix? Then you might enjoy this trailer for its spinoff movie, Spooks: The Greater Good. (MI-5 is called Spooks in the U.K.; it was renamed in America for obvious reasons.) It's got Peter Firth from the original series, plus Jon... More »

FLASHBACK: Watch a Young Jack Bauer Meet with Dennis Hopper in Front of City Lights Bookstore a Quarter-Century Ago

TweetThe film Flashback had bad reviews for the most part, but don’t let that stop you from enjoying 25 year old footage from a pre-streetscaped, pre-SFMTA North Beach: You see, at the beginning Jack Bauer was the uptight one and Dennis Hopper was the hippie – that’s the whole movie. And it’s the later version […]

Celtics Rumors: Analyzing Trade Buzz Surrounding Ty Lawson and More

The Boston Celtics are sitting on a stockpile of weapons that would make Jack Bauer blush. Now, the trade deadline is here. Crazy things happen in the NBA all the time. The Boston Celtics are a 20-win joyride of "what ifs?" and "next...Show More Summary

In "Kingsman," Part of Learning to Be a Spy Is Picking Your Puppy

As of today, superspy Jack Bauer has a new movie in theaters. No, I'm not talking about Kiefer Sutherland, and the movie isn't even remotely linked to 24. Today marks the release of Kingsman: The Secret Service, which stars Colin Firth,...Show More Summary

24 May Be Returning Without Kiefer Sutherland

Wait, 24 with no Jack Bauer?! That's what it sounds like Fox is trying to make happen! At the Television Critics Association's winter press tour on Saturday, chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman talked about their plans to bring back the network's megahit 24, but without their star Kiefer Sutherland! Newman said: "We would love [...]

Could We Get More ’24? Without Kiefer Sutherland?

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Kiefer Sutherland has indicated that he may be done with Jack Bauer, even as Fox keeps insisting there could be more 24. Well, it turns out those two statements aren’t mutually exclusive — because Fox is considering making the next installment without him. Show More Summary

'24' to Return Without Jack Bauer?

After reviving "24" for a limited run last summer with "24: Live Another Day," Fox is eager to revisit one of its most popular franchises. Fox bosses Gary Newman and Dana Walden announced at the 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour that whileShow More Summary

'24' May Return in 2016 Without Kiefer Sutherland

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Fox is considering a one-off version of '24' that does not focus on iconic character Jack Bauer. [...]

Fox Explores ’24’ Without Jack Bauer

Are Jack Bauer or the real-time format at the heart of 24? Fox brass are likely wrestling with that dilemma as they are weighing a possible new limited series installment of the popular franchise. That’s because the network has beenShow More Summary

Fox confirms the best TV news of the day: 'X-Files,' 'Prison Break' could be coming back

PASADENA, Calif. — After the success it saw from resurrecting Jack Bauer and co. for another installment of 24, Fox is looking to bring back two more popular properties, the heads of Fox's TV group confirmed Saturday First, X-Files fans...Show More Summary

'24': Kiefer Sutherland Says He's Done with Jack Bauer

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : MovieWeb

Kiefer Sutherland claims that he is done playing Jack Bauer, but doesn't rule out changing his mind in the future. [...]

Is the ’24? Movie Dead? Kiefer Sutherland Doesn’t Think He’ll Play Jack Bauer Again

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

Over 8 seasons and a miniseries, we’ve seen Jack Bauer survive some pretty nasty stuff. But even he may not be able to win the fight against his deadliest foe ever: Kiefer Sutherland‘s apparent disinterest in revisiting the franchise. Show More Summary

Will We Get More 24? Here's What Kiefer Sutherland Says

For eight seasons, Fox?s 24 enticed viewers with a format set over the course of an hour, following Kiefer Sutherland?s Jack Bauer as he protected America from terrorism. New life was breathed into the series with 24: Live Another Day and this week Sutherland spoke out to explain whether or not there will be more 24. Click To Continue Reading

Kiefer Sutherland Rules Out More 24: "I Don't See Myself Going Back"

Is this really the end of the road for Jack Bauer? In a new interview with the UK newspaper The Telegraph, 24 star and... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com 24 Kiefer Sutherland Brian Grazer 24: Live Another Day

Jack Bauer Is Alive And Well Living In The Supreme Court

Over the years I've written a lot about how conservatives have used the television program called "24" and its central character jack Bauer to justify torturing detainees. You would think it's a silly comparison to make considering the...Show More Summary

Union Leader Suggests Those Who Released CIA Torture Report Are "Wusses," Cites Jack Bauer From 24

The New Hampshire Union Leader referenced the fictional character, Jack Bauer of the television show 24, to call those in favor of releasing the Senate report on CIA torture practices "wusses" and claim opposition to the agency's brutal...Show More Summary

Matt Bai: Did TV's '24' convince us that torture really worked?

Jack Bauer's operative philosophy was simple: "Stop terrorists, by any means necessary."

Matt Bai: Did TV's '24' convince us that torture really worked?

To Jack Bauer, the protagonist of Fox’s drama “24,” the operative philosophy was simple: “Stop terrorists, by any means necessary.” His bosses were almost always timid careerists going on about “protocols”; Bauer had no choice but to go rogue. Show More Summary

Has Peter Quinn Jack Bauer'd America Into a Tacit Approval of Torture?

4 months agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Blame Schwarzenegger. Blame a multinational game of price gouging. Even blame the world's #1 oil producing nation.

TV Review: BBC America’s miniseries The Game offers retro spy-thriller charm

The modern espionage thriller is consumed with technology, prioritizing a high-tech surveillance state over the grunt work that used to be a spy’s stock in trade. Today’s Jason Bournes and Jack Bauers are action heroes who don’t have much time for the methodical approach to information gathering found in a Cold War-era John Le Carré novel. Show More Summary

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