20th Century Fox's film and TV studios are teaming up to finally bring hit television series "24" to the big screen, which takes Jack Bauer to Europe.
Imagine Entertainment chairman Brian Grazer is particularly interested in a new take for the 24 movie starring Kiefer Sutherland.
Plus the Olympus Has Fallen director offers updates on his Tupac Shakur biopic, Miles Davis biopic, the boxing drama Southpaw and more.
The actor reveals they will try to shoot it next year if they can't find room in the schedule this year.
Shooting was set to start this April during Kiefer Sutherland's Touch hiatus, but 20th Century Fox is unhappy with the budget.
The film will pick up roughly where the last episode of 24 left off and will also take place over a 24-hour period.
Mark Bomback's script will be ready by the end of the year, with Fox narrowing in on a director for Jack Bauer's big screen adventure.
The actor reveals that it took some time to hone 24's episodic nature down into a two hour movie.
Brian Grazer will produce this theatrical adaptation of the hit Fox series, and promises that it will arrive in theaters next year.
Kiefer Sutherland reveals that 20th Century Fox is planning a summer release date for the further adventures of Jack Bauer.
The actor reveals that Tony Scott has expressed great interested in directing this feature adaptation of the popular Fox series
Check out an interview with the actor, who says the script for the adaptation of the long-running series is actively being worked on.
Kiefer Sutherland and Tony Scott talk about new ideas for Jack Bauer and the adaptation of the long-running TV drama.
Producer Howard Gordon reveals that Fox passed on Billy Ray's script.