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Welcome to Kiefer Sutherland Network, your newest site dedicated to the Canadian actor Kiefer Sutherland! Most known for his role as Jack Bauer on the FOX hit 24. Kiefer has also been in shows like Touch and Fallen Angels. He's also been starred in many movies such as The Sentinel, Flat Liners, Young Guns, Taking Lives and Mirrors. Here you will find high quality screen captures, promotional images, event photos and much more in our gallery, currently housing over 27,000 photos! Check back often for the latest updates!

River Queen (2005) Movie Captures & Poster Added

I’ve just added screen captures to the gallery of Kiefer in River Queen!

While browsing the Film Projects category, you will also noticed I moved things around a bit. I have split up Kiefer’s film projects into 3 categories, Early Work (1984-1990), Later Work (1992-2006) and Present Work (2008-present). Because Kiefer has so many movie projects, I felt the one large page was a bit intimidating and hopefully you all agree splitting them up makes it much neater in the gallery :)

2015 Public Appearances Added

Sorry for the lack of updates lately! I’ve finally updated the gallery with Kiefer’s public appearances from this year. Hope y’all enjoy!

Kiefer Sutherland will only make guest appearances in 24 spinoff with new male lead

Kiefer Sutherland will only make guest appearances in a new version of 24, according to executive producer Howard Gordon.

The producer confirmed media reports that a spinoff of 24 is in the works from franchise veterans Manny Coto and Evan Katz, with a new male hero being introduced at the center of the series.

Gordon told TV Line that the proposed spinoff will pair this agent with an older, experienced female partner for an entirely new adventure.

Sutherland is being eyed to make a few appearances as Counter Terrorist Unit operative Jack Bauer (Sutherland) during the season.

This 24 is initially planned as a one-off event like the Live Another Day miniseries, but Gordon hinted that it could grow into a long-running series.

Fox chairman and CEO Gary Newman revealed in May that his network was in the “early” stages of creating a spinoff to the main 24 program.

Earlier this year, it was suggested that 24 might return without Sutherland, as he previously admitted that he couldn’t see himself returning to the series.

Fox later clarified that Sutherland would always be welcomed back to the franchise.

Canadian Labor Board Blocks $1.7M In Film Credits For Kiefer Sutherland’s ‘Forsaken’

When Kiefer Sutherland and the producers of Forsaken pulled up stakes in Alberta, Canada two summers ago, they allegedly left town owing a lot of money to local vendors and crew members. And now the Alberta Labour Relations Board has ruled that the producers won’t get access to some $1.7 million in Alberta film grants until the workers and suppliers are paid.

The troubled Western, which has yet to be released, stars Sutherland as a quick-draw killer who returns to his hometown to repair his relationship with his estranged father, played by his real-life dad, Donald Sutherland.

When the production company left town, the Directors Guild of Canada and Alberta IATSE Local 212 brought the matter to the attention of the Labour Board, which has now ruled that four of the Canadian companies involved in the film’s production, including Kiefer Sutherland’s Camel Entertainment, will not be allowed to take receipt of the film credits until the Labour Board completes its investigation or orders otherwise.

“A number of proceedings have been brought at the Alberta Labour Relations Board after the producers of the film went into major default while undertaking principal photography in Alberta in the summer of 2013,” the IATSE said in a statement. “Large amounts of money remain owing in respect of cast and crew benefits, and many local vendors remain unpaid. Post-production work on the film continued in other jurisdictions, despite the large debts left behind.”

The Board, which found that there was a danger of the film grant funds being removed from Alberta “with the stroke of a pen,” agreed with the unions’ argument that they would be harmed should that happen.

Sutherland’s spokesperson declined comment.

Casting the TV Expendables

The Expendables 3 might not have set the box office alight, but you can’t keep a good action hero down.

Sylvester Stallone is reportedly planning to bring his OAP ass-kicker franchise to the small-screen, with an Expendables event series in the works at Fox.

Much like how the films united action heroes of ’80s and ’90s cinema – Stallone, Schwarzenegger et al – so this new show is looking to bring together iconic TV tough guys from yesteryear.

Casting is yet to be confirmed, but in the meantime, here’s Digital Spy’s dream team for the TV Expendables.

1. Kiefer Sutherland
Credentials: 24

He might not be eager to reprise Jack Bauer any time soon (dammit!) but Kiefer has to be on this list. His commanding presence makes him a natural fit for team leader – the TV equivalent of Stallone’s Barney Ross.

2007 Public Appearances Added

I’ve added all of Kiefer’s event photos, in HQ, from 2007. Hope y’all enjoy!

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