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24 Comic-Con Panel 2014 – Part 1 (Kiefer Sutherland)

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24 Comic-Con Panel 2014 – Part 2 (Kiefer Sutherland)

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Comic-Con 2014: Panel de 24 (Damn It!)

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SDCC 2014: 24′s Keifer Sutherland Talks How TV Is Rewarding

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SDCC 2014: 24′s Keifer Sutherland Talks Trying To Rescue An Old Woman

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Kiefer Sutherland a raconté qu’il s’est pris pour un héros une fois. Il a tenté d’arrêter un vol à l’arrachée sur une vieille dame… pour se rendre compte ensuite que c’était en fait le tournage d’un film étudiant. On va dire que c’est l’intention qui compte. Enfin, il a avoué que s’il devait se cosplayer, il viendrait en stormtrooper, uniquement pour pouvoir être incognito. En effet, Kiefer Sutherland a bien lancé la Comic Con de San Diego. Il a même fait hurler la fameuse Ballroom 20 avec un Damnit ou deux.

.@RealKiefer saved a woman from a robbery…then found out it was a student film.

’24′ and Kiefer Sutherland return to Comic-Con: Live-Blog

Let’s get the Comic-Con 2014 live-blogging extravaganza started! Over the next four days, I’ll be blogging and live-blogging on a slew of Comic-Con panels from Ballroom 20 and Hall H.

Thursday will see a number of live-blogs, as I sit in Ballroom 20 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. 

Let’s start with « 24, » which returns to Comic-Con for the first time in years, bringing Kiefer Sutherland and promising many, many questions about the future of the franchise, as well as « 24: Live Another Day. »

As recently as Sunday, Peter Rice said that no determinations had been made about whether « 24″ will live yet another day, but let’s see if there were secrets being saved for San Diego…

10:01 a.m. The panel was supposed to start a minute ago, but people are still filing in. The room will be totally packed by the time we get going, I assume… The panel is just Kiefer Sutherland and Jon Cassar, at least as far as the program says, but I’d expect special guests. Because there are ALWAYS special guests at Comic-Con. 

10:06 a.m. After a fantastic clip reel of Jack Bauer highlights over the years, Jon Cassar takes the stage and introduces Kiefer, in a gray-blue sweater.

10:07 a.m. « This is the most nervous I’ve ever seen him. I’m going to relish this, » Kiefer says of Cassar. 

10:07 a.m. « It was difficult. They’ve got a lot of rules. The gun thing was a real issue, » Kiefer says of shooting in London. He says that whenever they needed anything back in the day, a prop master named Sterling could get them anything. But in London, to have a gun on-set, they needed six weeks notice. Kiefer notes that they had to think of different ways to kill people this season, which helped them. They’d shot with the same crew as well and this time they had to use a different crew. « It took us a few months, actually, in all fairness to get close to each other, » Kiefer says. « London was a fantastic experience, » he finally declares. He recalls a day shooting on the Thames, discussing the history there. « It was amazing walking by a building that was 500 years old and it kinda looked average, » he says, praising the « unique and special » set.

10:10 a.m. Shooting in Central London  had challenges.   »In Los Angeles, police officers can basically say ‘You can’t walk here.’ In London, they can’t. People are very clear about their rights, » Kiefer says, making a Magna Carta joke. They had 3000 people watching them shooting some days, but Kiefer praises the crowd for actually listening when they were told to move to different sides. « You’d say ‘Go behind the barrier’ and they did! In Los Angeles, they’d steal the barrier, » Cassar cracks. 

10:12 a.m. Was being called back for « Live Another Day » Kiefer’s dream come true or his nightmare? « I think we left it open in Season 8 because I think we had every intention of doing a film, » He says. « This character has been the greatest gift in my career, » Sutherland says. He was doing a play on Broadway when Howard Gordon called to bring him back. « We resigned up pretty quickly, » Kiefer says. But once they started doing it? « The panic was extraordinary, » Kiefer laughs. He says that none of them would say that they ever made a perfect season over eight season, but they were proud of what they did.  »So the idea of opening that up again and potentially damaging that was massive, » Kiefer says. Between accepting and shooting he had six months to work himself into knots. « I remember the first three days when we were shooting… ‘Does this seem familiar? Does this seem anything like Jack Bauer? » One of his first scenes shooting was Jack jumping over a railing onto a beach.  »I looked at Jon like, ‘I’m a little older. I don’t know if I can make it over that railing.’ » Kiefer says.

10:17 a.m. Kiefer praises the British armorer on the set. 

10:17 a.m. Kiefer says they wanted to make sure to let the show evolve. He went back and looked at the first episode, the pilot. « There was so much hope in this guy, » Kiefer reflects. He says that Jack Bauer has run out of patience and that’s the key to how the character has changed. « There’s nothing in his immediate future that he’s fighting for, » Kiefer says. Kiefer says he was tired of covering his own tattoos, so he wrote a biography for Jack that allowed him to keep them.

10:19 a.m. Where did Jack end up at the end of « Live Another Day »? « The fact that he managed to save Chloe in that moment gave him some satisfaction and the day had been finished, » Kiefer says of Jack’s little smile as he gives himself over to the Russians. He jokes that they threw out many possible endings and even suggested a DVD extra in which Jack gets on the helicopter, pulls out a hand grenade and blows up the chopper. « On some level we kinda copped out because it’s hard to let it go. It’s hard to end it, » Kiefer says, mentioning the « wonderful rush » he gets from sitting a room with us. « We don’t work in a vacuum and we are cognizant and aware of your reaction, » Kiefer says. It was difficult to craft an ending because nobody wanted to let the show go. « Your response to the end of this season was really gracious and kind, » he says.

10:22 a.m. Applause for a mention of Bill Devane. Kiefer calls Kim Raver one of his dearest friends. He talks about Mary-Lynn Rajskub’s « halo around her » that says/implies/suggests that they can’t kill her off. Kiefer recalls his first meeting with Raver on set, an intimate scene in which he’d met her five minutes earlier and then met her husband. He hadn’t seen her for two years before « Live Another Day » and things picked up like no time had passed. 

10:25 a.m. « He’s crazy, » Kiefer says of Bill Devane. « He really is, » Cassar agrees. It turns out that Devane loves playing polo and loved complaining about the British food. Kiefer, it turns out, does a nifty Bill Devane impression. « He was the fantastic miserable traveler, » Kiefer jokes. Cassar tells us to watch Bill Devane’s wardrobe in the season, because Devane had a lot of influence on how his shirt and tie and jackets changed during the season. 

10:26 a.m. Kiefer remembers back in the early ’80s that television was seen as the end of your career, followed by commercials and death. « The fear of television was playing a character over a long period of time, » Sutherland says. He credits « 24″ and « ER » and « Sopranos » as being among the shows that taught actors that characters can evolve on TV. « I tried to explain to other actors, ‘No, you’ve got to try this. This is amazing,’ » Kiefer says. « It’s actually one of the most rewarding acting activities that you can imagine, » he says. « I’m a huge movie fan and I go to less and less films, » Kiefer admits, referencing « Ray Donovan » and « Game of Thrones » among the great things out there on TV now.

10:31 a.m. A brief celebration of Michelle Fairley and discussing how to kill her character. Kiefer didn’t think it was fair to shoot her and Kiefer suggested throwing her out of the wind. « In the UK, we had a stunt crew that was really the best that I’ve ever seen. These guys were extraordinary, » Kiefer says, raving about the woman he actually threw out of the window. « They did that so well and it was such a violent end that that was really the payoff, » he says.

10:33 a.m. Kiefer also takes credit for the Benjamin Bratt hand-on-the-table line. He praises the writers, but also praises the writers for leaving room for things to breathe and grow. He refers to when opportunities present themselves, remembering a similar interrogation scene in the first season. « People came to work and they were excited and they wanted to do something different or bold and that kinda shaped how we did the show, » Kiefer says. « And they gave us the freedom to do it, » Cassar says. « I liken our show to a band and most rock-n-roll bands break up and some stay together for different reasons and we stayed together because everybody respected what we did, » Kiefer says. « The writers wrote, the directors directed, the actors acted. Everybody did their jobs. »

10:36 a.m. How much of Kiefer is in Jack and how much of Jack is in Kiefer? « Oh, very different. Just take a look at my record. Vastly different, » he swears « I promise you when I grow up, that’s the guy I would like to be, » Kiefer says. Kiefer says he has a very strong sense of right and wrong and that he shares that with Jack Bauer. That’s what he respects most about Jack and how he knows how to play Jack reliably.   »That moral compass of his is his code of life, » Kiefer says. 

10:38 a.m. Kiefer tells a story about the first season and going to the wrong location for shooting. « I’m never late. I’ve never missed a day’s work and I’ve never really been late except for this one time, » Kiefer says. Then he ran out of gas. He was still in his suit from a Jay Leno appearance. And he was running with a gas can. « And someone yells out ‘Yeah! Jack Bauer,’ because they think we’re shooting a scene, » he remembers. « And unfortunately there’s a lot of stories like this, » Kiefer says. He has another story about seeing an old lady walking on Olympic with groceries.. He saw her get accosted and he jumped out and hit one of the guys. It turns out that it was a student film shooting. »That thing they put at the beginning of the show about ‘Don’t try this at home,’ they mean it, » Kiefer says. 

10:41 a.m. Who would Kiefer dress up as if he had to walk on the Comic-Con floor? « The first instinct is just a storm trooper from ‘Star Wars.’ No one would know who you are and your body is defined, » Kiefer says.

10:41 a.m. At Sutherland family reunions do they have arguments about whose characters are more badass? « We don’t seem to talk about work, which is very odd, » Kiefer says. Apparently Cassar just directed Kiefer and Donald in a movie. « It’s almost like an odd family rule: You don’t bring business to the table. But I can kick his ass, » Kiefer says.

10:43 a.m. Kiefer says that making video games and TV is very different — « vastly different » — but he expects that very soon the technologies are going to come together. « This is a writers’ dream! You can get rid of actors completely, » he jokes of the mo-cap technology he had to work with on « Metal Gear Solid. » 

10:45 a.m. Kiefer felt that Jack Bauer started as a reluctant action hero. « In that very first day, he was given a series of circumstances that were [nearly] insurmountable and he did his very best with them, » He says. « The evolution of the character is really by virtue of loss, » Kiefer notes. He’s lost so much and « In Season 9, he’s just angry. »

10:47 a.m. « We don’t consider the political ramifications outside of our show. It’s a show, » Kiefer says of torture and drones and all of that. He remembers shooting the pilot pre-9/11 and how the world has kept echoing the imagination of the writers. « There was this uncanny thing that was happening where our writers would imagine the worst scenario and that scenario would come true, » he says. But this season, the writers decided to rip from the headlines a little, rather than anticipating, hence the Edward Snowden echoes. « Is it espionage or is it patriotism to inform on your government for what it’s doing? » Kiefer explains, claiming « 24″ didn’t take a side.

10:50 a.m. What happened to President Heller after the finale? « I would expect that he’s mourning the loss of his daughter, » Kiefer says, adding that in their heads, Heller has also resigned because of his illness. 

10:51 a.m. Kiefer mentions a Sig Sauer model — the 337? — as his favorite gun on the show. He praises for not jamming. And now you know! Kiefer jokes about how other actors take different weapons and get frustrated because their guns keep jamming and his gun never jams. Yvonne Strahovski, however, caught on and wanted Kiefer’s gun after a few misfires. He let her use his gun for a scene. « Like we were sharing a cigarette, » Kiefer jokes. She liked his gun better. 

10:54 a.m. Ah, Comic-Con question-askers. 

10:55 a.m. A questioner asks for a « dammit. » Kiefer gets shy, but delivers with aplomb. « Try another one, » Cassar says. « Dammnit, Jon. Stop pushing me! »

10:55 a.m. « We had such an extraordinary cast this year. It would be hard to pick. There are so many fantastic actors out there, » Kiefer says of dream co-stars. He’s a big Gene Hackman fans. « My dream fantasy would have been to work with someone like that, » he says.   »There is a real revolving door with actors. Because we kill so many of them, » he says of the show’s stellar cast. 

10:58 a.m. Last question. Is there any chance of a « 24″ movie? « It’s hard to talk about that quite honestly, » Cassar says of the possibility he might direct. « We’re still talking about the movie. It’s still potentially out there, » Cassar says. « But would you do it? » Kiefer asks. « I’d love to, » Cassar agrees.

Kiefer Sutherland saved a woman… Kiefer Sutherland est un héros…

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Kiefer Sutherland a raconté qu’il s’est pris pour un héros une fois. Il a tenté d’arrêter un vol à l’arrachée sur une vieille dame… pour se rendre compte ensuite que c’était en fait le tournage d’un film étudiant. On va dire que c’est l’intention qui compte. Enfin, il a avoué que s’il devait se cosplayer, il viendrait en stormtrooper, uniquement pour pouvoir être incognito. En effet, Kiefer Sutherland a bien lancé la Comic Con de San Diego. Il a même fait hurler la fameuse Ballroom 20 avec un Damnit ou deux.

.@RealKiefer saved a woman from a robbery…then found out it was a student film.

Kiefer Sutherland meeting fans at the Fox booth 24LAD Comic-Con 2014 – Rencontre des fans au stand de la Fox…

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Actor Kiefer Sutherland and producer/writer Jon Cassar attend the ’24: Live Another Day’ panel during Comic-Con International 2014 at the San Diego Convention Center on July 24, 2014 in San Diego, California. (July 23, 2014 – Source: Ethan Miller/Getty Images North America)





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San Diego Comic-Con International.

Traditionnellement tenue au cours de l’été à San Diego, Californie, États-Unis, au San Diego Convention Center. Comic-Con est à la fois le nom de l’événement annuel et le nom de l’organisation qui l’administre. Présentant à l’origine essentiellement des bandes dessinées, le Comic-Con s’est élargi au fil des années pour s’ouvrir à une frange plus large de la pop culture, incluant le cinéma, les séries télé, etc.

Jack est de retour au Comic-Con, DAMN IT! Kiefer Sutherland monte sur scène pour fêter les moments les plus iconiques de 24 et les points culminants du retour triomphant de Jack Bauer dans 24: Live Another Day. En avant Premiere la sortie du Blu-ray et DVD très attendu.  Le débat sera animé par le producteur Jon Cassar suivi par des questions de fans.

24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY 10:00-11:00 AM – Ballroom 20
JACK IS BACK at Comic-Con, DAMN IT! Kiefer Sutherland takes the stage to celebrate 24’s most iconic moments and highlights of Jack Bauer’s triumphant return in 24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY. Catch the exclusive sneak peek at the highly anticipated Blu-ray and DVD featurette, “Worlds Collide,” illustrating how the pulse-pounding storytelling was created for this thrilling new event series, which concludes in a thrilling finale on Monday, July 14 (9:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX.  Screening and discussion moderated by executive producer Jon Cassar to be followed by fan Q&A and more. 


24: Live Another Day Kiefer Sutherland – Jack Bauer reviendra-t-il pour une nouvelle saison de 24 ? / Is Jack Bauer coming back…again? 24 has “many stories left to tell”

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Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) a repris du service pour la mini-série événement « 24 : Live Another Day », dont les douze épisodes ont permis aux téléspectateurs de retrouver le héros en temps réel, quatre ans après la fin de la série 24 à l’issue de huit saisons.
C’est le 14 juillet (15 juillet en France, 16 au Royaume-Uni…) que la chaîne américaine Fox a proposé le dernier épisode de cette saison spéciale, qui a permis à la chaîne de mettre l’accent sur sa nouvelle politique de diffusion, plus riche en inédits tout au long de l’année là où les grandes chaînes américaines avaient pris l’habitude de privilégier les rediffusions et la télé-réalité chaque été.
Les téléspectateurs étaient peut-être moins nombreux au rendez-vous que prévu, avec une moyenne de 6,3 millions de fidèles pour le onze premiers épisodes de la série, mais la question d’une possible suite aux aventures de Jack Bauer se pose malgré tout.

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Jon Cassar revient sur la conclusion finale de « Live Another Day » :
Certains fans sont un peu restés sur leur faim, devant la scène finale. Le producteur exécutif Jon Cassar explique en détails cette conclusion de la saison 9.
« Chloe lance à Jack qu’elle est la seule amie qu’il lui reste. C’est l’une des choses les plus poignantes que nous n’ayons jamais écrites dans 24. Donc à la fin, il lui sacrifie sa vie. Jack a fait beaucoup de choses nobles dans sa vie et il a sauvé beaucoup de gens, mais parce que Chloe est vraiment l’une des dernières personnes qui lui reste – surtout après ce qui est arrivé à Audrey -  il décide de faire le sacrifice ultime. »
Mais pourquoi ne pas l’avoir tué, tout simplement ? « On voulait que la fin soit encore ouverte. Que 24 heures chrono revienne ou pas, Jack Bauer est toujours là, quelque part. C’est ce que j’ai aimé à la fin. »
Jon Cassar, se veut optimiste : « Je ne croyais pas que la franchise avait encore un avenir après la saison 8, et je me suis trompé, donc à l’heure actuelle, c’est dur à dire… Mais le fait que nous ayons pu raccrocher autant de fidèles, après une si longue absence, c’est très excitant. En disant tout cela, il est vraiment difficile de penser qu’on ne reviendra pas… C’est vraiment difficile de se dire que c’est la fin, donc, oui, on espère toujours la possibilité d’une suite… »

Le final de la saison 9 de 24 ouvre largement la porte à une saison 10. Et si pour le moment la FOX n’a toujours rien commandé, le PDG de la chaîne, Peter Rice, s’est exprimé sur le sujet auprès de la Television Critics Association. « J’ai adoré cette saison de 24″, assure-t-il. « J’ai toujours été fan. On n’a pas encore eu de discussions sur une suite pour le moment, mais je suis sûr que ça va arriver ».
Il poursuit : « C’est une merveilleuse franchise. Quand vous regardez la série, il est évident qu’il reste encore des tas d’histoires à raconter. Je crois qu’il faut qu’on parle tranquillement avec les créateurs ».


Toujours sous le choc après le final de la saison 9 de 24LAD ?
Comme le dit Howard Gordon, l’un des producteurs du show, toutes les fins avaient été envisagées. Les créateurs de 24 réfléchissaient à l’éventualité de continuer la série sans Jack Bauer, ces derniers ont failli mettre leur plan à exécution. En effet, si c’est Audrey qui a trouvé la mort lors du final de la saison 9, le personnage de Kiefer Sutherland semblait également bien placé pour l’imiter…
La mort d’Audrey Louise Boudreau, anciennement Audrey Raines, a fait sens aux yeux du producteur et des scénaristes. « Ça a été une décision difficile à prendre et ça a représenté un défi. Il s’agit d’un personnage si fort », a-t-il affirmé. Un destin tragique prévisible. À l’issue de la saison 6, le Président Heller avait prévenu Jack Bauer de s’éloigner d’Audrey, sa fille, pour sa sécurité (« Retrouver votre vie ne changera pas ce que vous êtes. Vous ne pouvez fuir votre nature. Vous le savez. Vous avez déjà essayé. Tôt ou tard, vous reprendrez du service. Et ma fille devra en payer le prix, comme votre femme »).
Pour Howard Gordon, « une autre fin aurait été à l’eau de rose au vu de la vie tragique d’Audrey ». Et si une happy ending figurait lors des propositions en salle d’écriture, la nature de 24 a pris le dessus : « C’est une histoire qui reste par essence une tragédie. »
Gordon, lors d’une interview accordée à Deadline : « On a évidemment testé énormément de fins différentes, mixées dans tous les sens possibles. De cette façon, on savait à quoi ressemblerait la fin des intrigues de chaque personnage, et cela concerne également Jack. Cela a toujours été une série sur les journées et la vie de cet homme, et aucune journée n’est aussi intense que la dernière. Donc tuer Jack était quelque chose qui nous intriguait tous, mais cela devait être bien fait. Et rien de semblable ne s’est présenté à nous. »


Alors, une saison 10 va-t-elle réellement voir le jour afin de satisfaire les fans ?
La réponse est… on ne sait pas. Toutefois, si la Fox n’a encore rien décidé officiellement, le public peut se rassurer sur une chose : les acteurs et créateurs sont déjà motivés pour revenir l’an prochain.
Le sort de Jack Bauer reste naturellement en suspens et la fin de 24LAD est une porte ouverte pour un potentiel retour. « Si demain j’appelle Kiefer (Sutherland, ndlr) avec une très bonne idée de film ou d’une nouvelle saison, je pense que nous serons tous partants, a indiqué Howard Gordon au site Deadline. Mais à ce stade, il n’y a rien de concret, ni idée, ni script». Si Howard Gordon confirme des discussions quant à une éventuelle nouvelle mini-série, celles-ci restent à un stade peu avancées. « Nous sommes tous très fatigués de [Live Another Day], nous venons de la conclure il y a trop peu de temps pour envisager déjà autre chose. »

Interrogée par Sky, l’actrice Mary-Lynn Rajskub (Chloe) a ainsi déclaré : « Il y a beaucoup de rumeurs à ce propos. Mais pour moi, c’est plus une question de ‘Quand vont-ils annoncer le retour ?’, car la série s’en est bien sortie et les fans étaient très excités. Ces 12 épisodes sont passés extrêmement vite et les fans sont du genre ‘On est prêts pour plus’. Donc il faut voir avec les producteurs, scénaristes, Kiefer Sutherland et tout le monde afin de trouver un accord. »
Même son de cloche du côté des showrunners Evan Katz et Manny Coto, qui ont profité d’une interview avec le Hollywood Reporter pour affirmer : « Ce qui nous pousserait à participer à une nouvelle saison, si ça devait se faire – et c’est une vraie possibilité -, c’est si nous ou quelqu’un d’autre proposait une vision intéressante de Jack, de là où il est, et qui promettrait une excellente saison. »



« Le retour de 24 est donc une vraie possibilité »
C’est la question que le Hollywood Reporter a posée aux showrunners Evan Katz et Manny Coto, avec qui le magazine s’est entretenu au sujet du dernier épisode de la saison. Et la réponse est oui ! « La seule chose qui soit nécessaire, c’est une histoire qui nous emballe. C’est ce qui nous a poussés à faire cette saison-ci », ont-ils d’abord expliqué.
« Je pense que ce qui nous pousserait à participer à une nouvelle saison, si ça devait se faire – et c’est une vraie possibilité -, c’est si nous ou quelqu’un d’autre proposait une vision intéressante de Jack, de son personnage, de là où il est, et qui promettrait une bonne saison », ont-ils ajouté. Reste à voir si Kiefer Sutherland serait lui aussi prêt à rempiler, et si Fox est intéressée par cette idée.

« Maintenant, je pense ne prendre aucun risque en disant qu’il n’y a pas de suite, a affirmé de son côté Jon Cassar au site Deadline. Je ne dis pas qu’il n’y en aura pas, mais ce n’est pas prévu à ce jour. »

Howard Gordon est revenu sur les performances de cette neuvième saison. « Son parcours est très respectable », a-t-il commenté. En mai dernier, le coup d’envoi avait réalisé un taux de 2.6% auprès de la cible commerciale clé des 18/49 ans, en phase avec la moyenne de la saison 8, soit 2.8%. Une performance à laquelle Howard Gordon s’attendait. En audience consolidée, sept jours après la diffusion de chaque épisode inédit, la mini-série 24 a trouvé un public désormais habitué à consommer la télévision en différé. / / /



24 Live Another Day: est-ce la fin de 24 heures chrono?
Autant pour la saison 8, c’était clair, la Fox avait annoncé plusieurs mois avant la fin, que la série ne serait pas renouvelée.
Là c’est diffèrent…depuis le début de 24LAD les showrunners M.Coto et E.Katz, le réalisateur J.Cassar ainsi que Kiefer Sutherland n’ont pas cessé de dire que c’était la dernière saison, une conclusion, un seul évènement, mais peu à peu ils ont nuancé leurs propos avec des « tout est possible » « si on a une bonne histoire » etc…et à ce jour, on a aucune décision officielle n’a été annoncée, donc soyons optimistes, voilà plusieurs indices en faveur d’une saison 10 :

  • La fin ouverte, Jack prisonnier des russes.
  • Yvonne Strahovski a confié que la fin avait changé plusieurs fois au dernier moment, parce que la Fox veut une suite ?
  • 24 au Comic Con le 24 juillet pour le lancement du coffret DVD avec un bonus intitulé « Words Collide » une sorte de prequel ?
  • Un bonus dans le DVD où le destin de Tony Almeida sera évoqué, c’est le même bonus ? les fans du beau Tony n’ont jamais désarmé et réclament à cor et à cri son retour
  • Les bonnes audiences pour une saison « d’été »
  • L’arrivée à la tête de Fox TV de Gary Newman et Dana Walden, qui dirigeaient le studio de production de la Fox qui a produit les 8 saisons de 24. Le réalisateur et producteur exécutif Jon Cassar a dit la semaine dernière « Il n’y a personne qui ne nous ait plus soutenu que Gary et Dana ».
  • Et Mary Lynn Rajskub qui est très confiante « ce n’est pas une question de « si » mais de « quand » on va revoir 24 »

Un autre fait intéressant a été mentionné au cours de la conférence de presse de la FOX, désormais la chaine va compter dans ses audiences les enregistrements  regardés  7 jours après (Live +7, C7). Or 24LAD a connu une augmentation massive de 87% des enregistrements numériques au cours de la saison.
Reste que Kiefer lui, ne semble pas avoir changé d’avis, il ne veut plus être Jack Bauer. …
Il semble donc que 24 ait beaucoup de partisans à l’intérieur de la Fox et sans doute que la Fox (studio et chaîne sont désormais dirigés par Walden et Newman), les auteurs, réalisateurs et acteurs sont en pleine négociation en ce moment, croisons les doigts.


In English:

Jon Cassar:  What’s nice about it, just like with the ending we had before, is that it’s still open. Whether 24 comes back or not, Jack Bauer is still out there. That’s what I liked about the ending, and I think that’s what a lot of people are going to like about it.
So, Jack’s definitely not flying off to his death, right? Kate and Chloe have to go save him! Given the open ending, do you feel there’s still life in the franchise?
Cassar: I  wasn’t really sure there was life in the franchise after Season 8, and I proved mysef wrong. It’s so hard to say, especially with TV audiences. Usually, there’s a real decline year by year of watching a show. Rarely do ratings go up; they usually go down. The fact that we came out after such a long absence and still struck a nerve and were relevant, I think it’s pretty exciting. In saying all that, it’s really hard to think we might not come back. It’s really hard to say, « This is it. » So, it’s always a possibility.

Postmortem: 24 Boss on the « Heartbreaking » But Hopeful Live Another Day Finale –


What about Jack Bauer returning to fight yet another day?
Fox chairman and CEO Peter Rice was asked by critics at the Television Critics Association’s press tour in Beverly Hills on Sunday on the chances of both shows getting another season.
Peter Rice said that although there’s been no specific conversation regarding the show returning for another season just yet, he “loved” 24: Live Another Day and has “always been a fan” of the show. He expects to sit down and talk with the producers at some point in the future. “I’d love to see another season of 24,” he said.
“We haven’t had a specific conversation about it coming back yet, but I’m sure we will in the future. It’s a wonderful franchise. When you look at the show itself, it has many more stories to tell. I think we need to sit down and talk to the creators,” said Rice.
Another interesting fact mentioned during their panel is that FOX has moved from C3 to C7 on half of their advertising deals. Previously, everything beyond the third day of DVR viewership went un-monetized but now they will be earning money for the entire first week of viewership. This means DVR performance now plays a much more important role.
24: Live Another Day has been an extremely strong performer on DVR showing a massive 87% increase in viewership.
And finally, recently promoted FOX executives Dana Walden and Gary Newman start their new position at the end of this month. 24 director and executive producer Jon Cassar said just last week “There’s no one that supported us more than Gary and Dana. They’ve just been our backbone through all of this. So I’m sure, first of all, if there is another one, it’s going to come from their office first before it comes from anywhere. They couldn’t have been better to us through all the years.”
It seems this show has a lot of supporters inside the network, now they just need to have some meetings with the cast and crew and see whether a deal can be worked out. / – FOX CEO Peter Rice: 24 has “many stories left to tell”


Why did you decide to kill off Audrey, and have that be the “tragic ending”?

Katz: We liked the irony. Even though he came to London supposedly to save the president, Jack really did come for Audrey. There’s this perfect-circle tragic irony of Audrey dying. He ends up saving everyone else, but the person he really came to London to save doesn’t survive. So basically, you don’t want Jack Bauer to come and help you. [Laughs]

Now that he’s been captured by the Russians (again), where do you see the saga of Jack Bauer going from here? There was talk about this miniseries spinning into an actual TV series. What’s the plan?

Coto: There actually is no plan. This was conceived as an ending. This is not to say there won’t be anything else, but right now, this is the end. I will point out that, as Jack walks off, there is a silent clock. I’ll let you make of that what you will.

Katz: And, as many like to say, there’s a lot of stories out there, but the stars have to align.

Coto: Oh listen, we could keep going—and we would keep going because it’s fun to do, and we really love this character and the show itself. Now, with Jack in Russia, I think there’s a lot of fun to be had with Jack in Moscow. My fantasy is that Jack arrives in Moscow and the Russians tell him, “We don’t want to actually incarcerate you or screw with you; we actually need you,” and he’s off on a whole other adventure. There are infinite stories. But right now, this is it.

24: Live Another Day’ Showrunners on the Finale, the Dangers of Drones, and Jack Bauer’s Future – The Daily Beast


Without revealing anything, do you know if the writers have any ideas for what a conceivable next season would be about?
Jon Cassar: It’s definitely the question of the moment, that’s for sure. But right now, no. Right now I think it’s safe to say there isn’t a next installment. I mean, not that there won’t be, but there isn’t anything planned. And I think what Howard [Gordon] keeps saying, which is right, is that we just finished. It was one of the latest finishes to post we’ve ever done, that’s how close the ending was. So basically what Howard keeps saying is that we need to just all move away from it just a bit. We need to just get away for a month so we can all just catch our breath again and be human beings again, because you’re just in such a heightened state when you shoot the show. And then we can start talking about if there’s going to be another 24.

TVLINE | But if someone does get the germ of an idea for another installment, you of course have friends in new Fox network bosses Dana Walden and Gary Newman.
Cassar: There’s no one that supported us more than Gary and Dana. They’ve just been our backbone through all of this. So I’m sure, first of all, if there is another one, it’s going to come from their office first before it comes from anywhere. They couldn’t have been better to us through all the years.

TVLINE | Kiefer has intimated in interviews that he’s getting too old for this “ish,” as they say, with all the running around and stuff. Could that be a concern or a deciding factor in the show’s future?

Cassar: Yeah, I guess, but first of all, look, in one crazy way it’s always going to be Kiefer’s decision, because he has to need to want to play it. Here’s an actor that has done 204 hours of this character, so he has to have the drive. And I think one of the things that made it great this year was that he did have the drive. I think there was a long enough gap that he wanted to come back. And you see it in his performance.

And then, quite honestly, there’s the the writing. And one of the reasons this one came back is because Howard really thought that he had something that was different than we’d done before and he proved it. But as far as age, I think we’ll just start playing that. Kiefer and I have even talked about it. If Jack Bauer comes back, you just start playing the fact that he is getting older and he is not as fast as he was. And maybe that’s part of the new story, that he isn’t the machine that he used to be and he has to start dealing with that. Because that would be interesting, too. I mean, I would like to see that Jack Bauer.

24 Finale Recap: Die Another Day — Plus: Burning Questions Answered – TVLine


Jack Bauer fans, we know, we know… that silent clock at the end of the 24: Live Another Day finale was devastating, especially since the silent countdown clock — most of the time — indicates just one thing: the death of a beloved character. And even outside the 24 universe, TV characters don’t get more beloved than Jack Bauer.

But before you go into a panic and start searching for ways to make it through the five stages of grief, let us toss out a nugget of hope, courtesy of longtime 24 director and producer Jon Cassar.

« What does that silent clock mean at the end? I don’t know if we know that yet, » Cassar tells Yahoo TV. « There were so many conversations about what the end should be. And not that we’re 100 percent sure that this is the end, yet, the absolute end, but there is a possibility, so you’re trying to serve both masters. You’re trying to serve, if this is the end, is this the way we want it to end? And you’re trying to serve, if it’s not the end, what do we do to keep it open?

« So, I think we got there. I think we found a place that was still interesting enough. And, you can keep Jack alive in your own mind. That’s important, too. They did that at the end of Season 8, you kind of still felt he was out there, and I think that’s important for Jack Bauer. America needs to know there’s still a Jack Bauer out there… what he represents is important. So that’s what we were going for, and I think we got there. »

24: Live Another Day’ Finale Director on What That Shocking Silent Clock Means for Jack Bauer – Yahoo TV


Related: Kiefer Sutherland Says Potential ’24′ Movie “Very Different” From Upcoming Event Series

Even with this reboot, Gordon says that the long-bandied about idea of a 24 movie or even another TV stint remains in the air. Which makes sense as the last scene in the finale is Bauer choppering out of London in the custody of the vengeful Russians, a perfect set-up for just such another kick at the can. “I would say ‘never say never’ about anything,” half-laughs Gordon about taking 24 to the big screen. “If I were to call up Kiefer tomorrow with a great idea or someone were to come to me with a great idea for a movie, I think we would jump on it in two seconds. And if we had a great idea for a TV show too. But right now, on the table there is not an idea or a script.” He adds of another 24 TV series, “I would say it’s in discussion but only in discussions everyone right now are having with themselves. We’re all too tired and bruised from the season, which we just wrapped a couple of weeks ago, to even consider it further.”

Now at the end of 24: LAD‘s run, Gordon says the ratings ride of the show week after week was not one of the things that bruised him. “I think it performed very respectably, that’s my understanding of the show’s ratings,” he says. While down from the last season’s debut on January 17, 2010, 24:LAD‘s premiere had 94% retention from the show’s Season 8 finale ratings result back on May 24, 2010, a very different time numbers-wise in the TV game. “It met my expectations,” Gordon adds circumspectly of the numbers that saw a strong jump for its debut in Live+7 ratings. “It didn’t exceed them and it didn’t fall too far below them.”

24: Live Another Day’ Considered Killing Off Jack Bauer For Finale Says EP – Deadline


For now, all of this sounds hopeful and not just in the typical fan-service way that you typically see at events like this. We expect the show to at least be in discussions for another season. We’ve never felt like Fox is going to be what holds it back in the event that it does not return for more; instead, we’ve always speculated that the real reason we may not see more of “24″ is simply because Kiefer Sutherland and the producers may want to move forward and do other things. Can you really blame them? They have taken on this phenomenon for a long time, and they may be deciding now that they want to try some other things.
Or, the team may just take their time to come up with a great story, and then give “24″ at least one more run. That’s what we are hoping for.
’24′ season 10: Fox open to more Kiefer Sutherland adventures –


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