Hello everybody! Back in 1992, Kiefer had a small, but significant part playing FBI Agent Sam Stanley in David Lynch’s film “Twin Peaks: Fire Walk with Me.” You can check out 460 BluRay screen captures of Kiefer from his part in the film. Not only that, but you can view 317 BluRay screen captures of Kiefer from the deleted and extended scenes featurette, titled ‘The Missing Pieces.’ Coming from an avid “Twin Peaks” fan, this was especially exciting! These deleted scenes were just now released in July 2014. So these were kept behind closed doors for over 20 years. Exciting, isn’t it?! Enjoy!
In the Sky Arts drama Marked – part of the broadcaster’s Playhouse Presents strand – Sutherland’s debt-ridden character James agrees to perform an assassination for his neighbour (Kevin McNally) but doesn’t count on meeting Fry’s eccentric character in the house of his intended victim.
And who does Fry play? Well no less a personage than Father Christmas – and the bearded man in red seems intent on correcting the error of James’s ways…
As the behind-the-scenes video below shows, Fry himself was particularly tickled by the fact that Sutherland plays a hapless character, very much at odds with the role for which he is best known.
“It’s so unfair to call Kiefer Jack Bauer because his career has been incredibly rich outside Jack Bauer,” says Fry.
“But to see Kiefer playing such an incompetent character is just blissful. Somebody who doesn’t know how to load a gun, somebody who doesn’t know how to climb a gate or do anything… just makes me weep with joy.”
Marked airs on Thursday 18th December at 10pm on Sky Arts 1
Los Angeles – Paul WS Anderson put Kiefer Sutherland through “hell” on the set of Pompeii.
The director admitted Sutherland and Kit Harington were left feeling “uncomfortable” as they filmed through clouds of ash to recreate the scenes from volcano explosion that destroyed the Italian city in 79 AD.
Speaking to BANG Showbiz, he said: “We needed to plunge them into hell and it’s easier to act like that if they are in hellish conditions, if you talk to Kit or Kiefer, they would both tell you the same, it was hellish making the movie.
He added, we had a lot of very unhappy actors. Everyone was very committed to the movie and coming to work. But I think there were times when they weren’t happy. They weren’t coming in, in the mornings saying, ‘Woohoo! Pompeii!’ because they were getting ash in their eyes and in their lungs, it really was an uncomfortable movie but I think that discomfort added a huge layer of realism.”
He then joked: “Kiefer for example, makes a lot of notes in his script. About what the character is thinking, handwritten notes in his script and he would write things like, ‘NAR’, I would see this term ‘NAR’ all the way through his script.
“I said, ‘NAR’ and he said, ‘No acting required’. He said, ‘I don’t need to pretend that the world was ending. I know you’re going to make me feel like it is.”
According to the director, the 24 actor even revealed that Pompeii was the hardest film he’s ever made.
He explained: “Kiefer’s made about 50 movies and at the end of Pompeii he said, ‘That’s the toughest film I’ve ever made.’ I took that as a compliment!”
Sorry this is a few months late, but in August and September my family and I were moving from Kentucky to Wisconsin, and I didn’t have very good internet while we were staying with family. But, it’s here now and if you haven’t seen it, well now you can!
I am so very sorry for the lack of updates lately, I have been very busy the past couple of months getting things ready around the house for our big move. We have finally settled in and gotten the essentials unpacked and set up! I plan to get some more updates coming around the site soon as well! Finally, I’ve been able to get the last 3 episodes of 24: Live Another Day uploaded, I hope you all enjoy! They are only Kiefer photos, as this site is dedicated to Kiefer and not 24; if you are interested in finding caps or stills from the entire episode, check out Screencapped.net‘s 24 Gallery, which I staff
If you haven’t noticed, I also just finished putting up a new theme here at the site, and the gallery as well. I used some of the photos from Kiefer’s photoshoot for Esquire this last July.