Hey everyone! I apologize immensely for being M.I.A. lately and not updating as often as I’d like to. However, I hope I have made up for it by adding quite a few photos to the gallery this evening. Hope you all enjoy!
I still have a bunch of events photos to catch up on so stay tuned for more updates!
Kiefer Sutherland has revealed he will reprise his original character in the new Flatliners film.
The 49-year-old actor will be returning as former medical student Nelson Wright in the new reboot.
Sutherland told Metro: ‘I play a professor at the medical university. It is never stated but it will probably be very clearly understood that I’m the same character I was in the original Flatliners but that I have changed my name and I’ve done some things to move on from the experiments that we were doing in the original film.’
Kiefer starred alongside Kevin Bacon, William Baldwin, Julia Roberts and Oliver Platt in the 1990 film but he’s the only original cast member who will be back in the remake.
The film revolved around a group of students, led by Nelson, who carried out dangerous experiments in an attempt to prove there is an afterlife – with terrifying consequences.
Sutherland added: ‘I loved making the first film and when I was asked if I would be interested in taking part in this, it didn’t take more than a minute to say yes.’
The reboot stars War And Peace star James Norton, Ellen Page, Diego Luna, Nina Dobrev, Ellen Page and Kiersey Clemons.
Flatliners arrives in US cinemas on August 18, 2017 with a UK release yet to be announced.
Donald Sutherland shares the screen with his son Kiefer for the first time in the upcoming western, Forsaken, and ET has a behind-the-scenes first look.
“The most profound gift that I got from this experience was I realized that we spent nine weeks together, at least 14 hours a day, focused on building something together,” Kiefer said. “That ended up being the most special gift.”
The drama takes place in 1872 when gunfighter John Henry Clayton (Kiefer) retires and returns to his hometown of Fowler, Wyoming, hoping to repair his relationship with his estranged father, Reverend Clayton (Donald). Their bond is once again put in jeopardy when a gang begins terrorizing the local ranchers who refuse to sell their land to the railroad company that wants to build there. John Henry knows he’s the only one capable of fighting off the gang, but his father forbids him from returning to a life of violence.
Despite being an Emmy and Golden Globe winner, Kiefer admitted to having concerns about playing opposite his legendary father.
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 🙂