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Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Pix of Kiefer Sutherland and his twin sister Rachel in Toronto

Pix of Kiefer Sutherland and his twin sister Rachel
in Toronto on Sunday June 27, 2010

Source: YouTube and etalk News

Monday, June 28, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland #89 in Forbes Celebrity 100 of Most Powerful Celebrities

Kiefer Sutherland #89 in Forbes Celebrity Top 100

Power Rank 89
Pay $20.0 mil
Category Television/Actors
Pay Rank 76
Web Rank 76
Press Rank 86
TV/Radio Rank 80
Social Rank 92

After eight highly rated seasons, Sutherland's star vehicle ended its run in May. Though details are sparse, a movie version of the long-running 24 has been announced. What the show's executive producer Howard Gordon has made public: his plan for Sutherland to give big-screen action stars Bruce Willis (Die Hard) and Harrison Ford (The Fugitive) a run for their money. In the meantime, Sutherland—or rather, Sutherland's voice—recently graced the silver screen as raspy alpha dog Bosco in the animated flick Marmaduke.

Source: Forbes

New Pix of Kiefer Sutherland in New York

New Pix of of Kiefer in New York
Source: Dazia

Kiefer Sutherland in Toronto June 27, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland in Toronto June 27, 2010

24 Season 2 Signed Poster Winner

My good friend Rita won this awesome 24 Season 2 signed poster.
Poster signed by Kiefer and 24 Season 1 & Season 2 cast members.
Congrats on winning the poster!
Follow her on Twitter at Addictedto24
She has a great 24 Blog too

Kiefer Sutherland Fan Pix at NY Airport June 25, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland at NY Airport Friday June 25, 2010
Takes pix & gives autographs to fans

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Mary Lynn Rajskub Talks 24 Movie and Her One Woman Show

Mary Lynn Rajskub Talks 24 Movie and Her One Woman Show
June 23, 2010 ι Jarett Wieselman

When Chloe O'Brian was introduced during the third season of "24," fans instantly hated her. So did CTU's employees. And so did the woman playing her. But over five seasons, the audience -- and actress Mary Lynn Rajskub -- not only came to love Chloe, but hold her in the same patriotic esteem as Jack Bauer.

So it was only fitting that when "24" ended its eight season run this May, the one time supporting player not only became Director of CTU, but officially logged more screentime than anyone else (save for Jack Bauer) in the show's history.

Now that she's saved the world for the last time (on the small screen!), Mary Lynn is focusing on a new stressor: mama drama. For her new one-woman show titled Mary Lynn Spreads Her Legs, the stand-up comedian answers the question, what happens when you hate your baby?

Thankfully the answer is talk about it. In addition to getting the inside scoop on her new show, Mary Lynn opened up about her CTU-free life, her favorite "24" moment and the one scene fans still ask about.

PopWrap: How has life been in this post-"24" world?

Mary Lynn Rajskub: It’s been very strange. It started out really sad, but I’m ok – it’s kind of scary because it was definitely a comfort to have that for eight years. I ran into a guy at Starbucks – “weren’t you on that show ’24?’ That was a great show!" It’s like, "It’s done, I get it. Thanks for shoving it in my face."

PW: Right, like, let's not eulogize the show just yet!
Mary Lynn: Yea! [laughs] It’s only been a little more than one month!

PW: Well to me it was, is and always will be an amazing show . And Chloe is a big reason for that. Looking back, what were your expectations in the beginning?
Mary Lynn: Geez, thank you. At first, not only did the audience dislike her, but I didn’t either. I also thought I was going to be fired. That changed though when she started to become an ally for Jack.

PW: I was forever in Chloe's corner after she unlocked and unloaded that AK-47 in season four.
Mary Lynn: [laughs] Endeared to your heart by force. That was definitely a turning point for a lot of people – it’s pretty much my favorite moment.

PW: What did you think of the finale?

Mary Lynn: I thought it was pretty strong. I don’t think they copped out. A lot was wrapped up – they did a great job of addressing a lot in the last two episode -- but it left so much open – perhaps for a movie!

PW: Any idea if Chloe will be in the "24" movie?
Mary Lynn: I hope so. I haven’t heard anything. I have no idea what’s going on with it. I don’t see why they wouldn’t have Chloe in the movie. That would feel really bad if I paid to see the "24" movie and I wasn’t in it.

PW: Well, I'm sure they could hook you up with a free screening.
Mary Lynn: [laughs] That’s funny. Yes. I at least hope to go to the screening.

PW: Did you have any discussions with the writers before the finale about how you'd like to send Chloe out?
Mary Lynn: No. Through the years I’ve kind of been a person who doesn’t do that. I know other actors have and they don’t encourage it, but are open to it. The only thing I talked to the producers about was when Chloe took over CTU – I just wanted it to be a believable transition. I didn’t want to get railroaded in the writing because the head of CTU has to do a lot of exposition.

PW: Do you think your lack of input is why Chloe stayed around while other actors died?
Mary Lynn: [laughs] No, I don’t think so. There were a couple of years where Chloe scenes were light. Which was great because I got paid anyway, but you want to work. You want to be in there.

PW: Why do you think Chloe made it to the final scene?
Mary Lynn: I filled a position within the world of "24." Yea, they could have killed me off at any time, but I became a go-to person for Jack. It became more work, or less believable, for them to make me bad. Like they got so much crap for killing Edgar. I still hear about that.

PW: And you were amazing in that scene -- after all this heavy work are you looking forward to doing more comedy?
Mary Lynn: Yes, absolutely. I’m doing a one woman show called Mary Lynn Spreads Her Legs. So I am getting back into comedy, but it’s more grounded and exposed in terms of the characters that I’ve do in this show. There are as many dark or real parts as there are funny parts.

PW: What was the genesis of the show?
Mary Lynn: I was doing stand-up about not liking my baby – I took these notes during his first three months about things a lot of people don’t talk about. Everyone’s all “it’s wonderful, this is the best thing that’s ever happened to me” and it was like, "this is a nightmare." I love him, of course – he’s amazing. But it's ridiculous and all the cliches – you’re doing it on no sleep, your body is a mess and everything is upside down in every way. So I started taking some notes.

PW: Like what?

Mary Lynn: One time I woke up in the middle of the night so angry. I thought, in earnest, I’m going to call the police on him. And I started to laugh out loud – and I don’t really ever make myself laugh. So it was things like that I put in this stand-up show.

PW: Was it harder than you expected?
Mary Lynn: Yes, and I was very resistant because I tend to not want to rehearse my stand up. Amit [Edelman, the show's director] kept saying it’s going to be a lot of work. And there were rehearsals where I kept trying to leave – go to lunch, get a drink, go to Starbucks. Then times were emotional where I wouldn’t want to discuss stuff and we’re both very sensitive about not making it overdramatic. But we’re really proud of it. I think it’s a good story and it’s fun for me to do comedy. We have yet to discuss where we’re going with it though

PW: As in, transplanting it to New York City?
Mary Lynn: Yea, absolutely. I was just in New York to do a guest spot on "
Royal Pains" and I was definitely walking the streets picturing my show there. I have to bring it to NYC.

PW: Is there a segment that you're particularly fond of?
Mary Lynn: There’s a sequence – and I should probably call my mother to explain after I hang up with you – but while there’s a kernel of truth in everything, we really blew out the mom character. So there’s this section where she talks about imagining ways to hurt your baby in order to relieve stress. She talks about how our Aunt Shirley threw baby Michael off a ledge and that’s why he didn’t do well on his SAT’s. Maybe that’s a little too dark to tease. People are gunna read that and think, “I will not be going to see
that show!” [laughs]

"Mary Lynn Spreads Her Legs" plays at The Steve Allen Theater in LA every Friday and Saturday at 8pm.

Click here for tickets

Photo: Fox; WireImage

Source: NYPost

Monday, June 21, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland Thanks Fans at Guys Choice Awards

Kiefer Thanks his fans, complete with hand signals
at the Guys Choice Awards by saying....

So Do You Kiefer! :)

Kiefer Sutherland Accepts Spike TV Guy's Choice Award for Jack Bauer Biggest Ass Kicker

Kiefer Sutherland Accepting Spike TV Guy's Choice Award
for Jack Bauer Biggest Ass Kicker June 2010

Original Video- More videos at TinyPic

Sunday, June 20, 2010

Saturday, June 19, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland's Father Donald To Get Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2010

Thu Jun 17, 2010 by

Clear some space on the pavement and get ready to hear from some thankful stars: The newest additions to the Hollywood Walk of Fame have been named. Donald Sutherland (his son Kiefer beat him to the honor back in 2009).

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has not yet announced dates for the star unveilings.


Friday, June 18, 2010

Road to the Emmys 2010: Drama 24

Road to the Emmys 2010: Drama 24
24Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) was taken beyond his save-the-world-at-any-cost heroism into a place of real emotion that he couldn't always manage to suppress.
24 Jack Bauer (Kiefer Sutherland) was taken beyond his save-the-world-at-any-cost heroism
into a place of real emotion that he couldn't always manage to suppress.

Source: Variety

Already Missing 24: 24 Movie News

Already Missing 24: 24 Movie News
June 17, 2010 Excerpt From the Rush Limbaugh Show

CALLER: I have loved (24), I have just been part of (it), and what are we going to do, Rush? What are we going to do?

RUSH: 24 was appointment television for me. Well, for my DVR. If I couldn't watch 'em live, I would watch them on the DVR. However, I didn't know that 24 was going to be a big part of my life until I went to Afghanistan and watched the first season on DVD on the airplane over there. But it's a sad thing that they do end. (interruption) Yeah, the 24 guys... Get this. Get this. I talked to some of the 24 guys. You know, they're doing a movie. They're gonna make a 24 movie. But none of the people who worked on the 24 TV show are going to be involved. From what I've heard from highest sources, because movie people think TV people don't know anything about movies. So the movie people don't want the TV people to have a single thing to say about the 24 big screen movie. Now, that's where they are right now. I don't know that that's going to hold up, but at least that's the scuttlebutt.

Full Transcript Here - Source:

Thursday, June 17, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland Walking in NYC June 16, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland walking in NYC June 16, 2010
Kiefer's shaved off his beard after over a month.
Source: popsugaruk

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

24 Nominated for 3 Teen Choice Awards 2010

Teen Choice Awards will be held on Sunday August 8, 2010 at the Gibson Amphitheater at Universal City Walk in LA at 5:00pm.
Awards will air on TV on Fox on Monday August 9, 2010 at 8:00pm

24's Nominations

Choice TV Show: Action
Burn Notice
Human Target
NCIS: Los Angeles

Choice TV Actor: Action
Jeffrey Donovan, Burn Notice
Zachary Levi, Chuck
LL Cool J, NCIS: Los Angeles
Kiefer Sutherland, 24
Mark Valley, Human Target

Choice TV Actress: Action
Gabrielle Anwar, Burn Notice
Mary Lynn Rajskub, 24
Daniela Ruah, NCIS: Los Angeles
Katee Sackhoff, 24
Yvonne Strahovski, Chuck

Source: chiff

Kiefer Sutherland in the West Village NYC June 14, 2010

Kiefer Sutherland in the West Village
NYC June 14, 2010
Source: Dazia