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The singer - who doesn't own a driving licence - skidded off the circuit at Dunsfold Aerodrome in Surrey, while attempting to complete the 'Star in a Reasonably Priced Car' challenge.
Sheeran had earlier admitted on Twitter that it was the very first time he had got behind the wheel, saying: "I'm driving for the first time ever today, on a race track, on tv. Wish me luck."
His appearance will be shown on the BBC Two show's return on Sunday (January 25) at 8pm.
Ed Sheeran will be among the performers at this year's Grammy Awards, which will take place at the Staples Centre in Los Angeles on February 8. »
Kiefer Sutherland recently hinted that he's done with playing Jack Bauer on the "24" TV series. But Fox isn't interested in ending the show and is willing to proceed with or without Sutherland. "We have discussed it with him," said Fox CEO Dana Walden. "We talk to Kiefer all the time. He's a great creative partner, potentially he won't be in this installment. We're not sure yet. We're not that far along, but I know he supports us doing more '24.'" Walden went on to say hat she already heard a pitch for a new season that would leave the door open for Jack Bauer to return. "Jack Bauer could come in very organically in the story, or [producers are] prepared to do something that would be the one installment without him," she explained. »
Gary Newman also tells TheWrap he’s confident new smash “Empire” will continue to rake in money from iTunes song sales and Svod
If you’re waiting for “X Factor” to return, don’t hold your breath.
Fox Television Group Chairman and CEO Gary Newman told TheWrap he has “no plans” to resurrect the singing competition series. Although he does hope to bring the show’s creator Simon Cowell back to Fox.
“We have talked about a variety of things including competition shows,” Newman said. “I think what Simon and we feel similarly about, is that the show needs to have a reason for being, »
- Tony Maglio
What’s 24 without Jack Bauer? According to Fox chairwoman Dana Walden, there may be a future for the espionage thriller series, which got a new lease on life last year when the network brought it back from the cancellation graveyard for limited series 24: Live Another Day, even if star Kiefer Sutherland doesn’t return.
Of course, some 24 fans may be mortified by the very idea of continuing the show without its leading man, but Walden notes that another limited series expansion of the property could still honor the spirit of the original 24 while leaving the door open for Sutherland to reprise the part of Bauer later down the line.
Walden and 24: Live Another Day executive producers Howard Gordon, Evan Katz and Manny Coto are currently weighing one idea in which “there is a point at which Jack Bauer could come in and fit organically into the story, or they are prepared to do… »
- Isaac Feldberg
Fox is not willing to let go of their red hot franchise 24. After a couple reboots and talk about movies, it is still one of the most admired shows out there. However, they have had one issue and that is Kiefer Sutherland. The (former) star of the show expressed last winter that he wasn’t to keen on returning Counter-Terrorism Agent Jack Bauer again for anytime soon. He has helped make the franchise what it was and made the reboots successful. Now we hear Fox is thinking of reviving it this time around without him if he says no. Here is what Fox Chairman and CEO Dana Walden all had to say about the chats so far.
We have discussed it with him. We talk to Kiefer all the time. He’s a great creative partner, potentially he won’t be in this installment. We’re not sure yet. We’re not that far along, »
- Sarah Peel
Fox is once again considering reviving the 24 series following the success of 24: Live Another Day – even if Kiefer Sutherland isn’t onboard to reprise the role of Jack Bauer. ‘24’ Without Keifer Sutherland? Fox Chairman and CEO Dana Walden revealed at the TCA press tour that the network is considering another installment of […]
The post ’24’ Could Return To Fox Without Keifer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer appeared first on uInterview. »
- Chelsea Regan
I enjoyed watching 24 during the series' original run, but it got increasingly ridiculous as the seasons progressed (how do you top a nuclear bomb going off in Los Angeles?), and the Counter Terrorism Unit really should have stepped up their game when it came to conducting background checks on new employees because it seemed like there was a different mole in the organization every season. I was disappointed by last year's 24: Live Another Day, but it appears that Fox isn't completely finished with the show just yet.
At the Television Critics Association this past weekend, Fox CEO Dana Walden said that not only is the network considering bringing back 24 for another season (and possibly as soon as 2016), but that star Kiefer Sutherland might not appear as Jack Bauer. Wait, what now?
"We have discussed it with him. We talk to Kiefer all the time. He’s a great creative partner, »
- Ben Pearson
“I want to believe.” This has been the motto for many an X-Files fanatic. Although there were over 200 episodes in the 1990s, a spin-off, comic books, and two films released in theaters, the fans always want more.
Well, the prayers to those up above (God or aliens) have been answered. According to Deadline, the Fox network is looking to bring back the modern classic, with stars David Duchovny (Californication, Aquarius) and Gillian Anderson (Bleak House, The Fall) to return. No real details have been mentioned, since the Fox TV Group chairpeople Gary Newman and Dana Walden talked about getting schedules coordinated with series creator Chris Carter and the stars. When it will air, they are not sure, but it will possibly in the summer.
This comes on the heels of the success Fox had with its 24 reboot. Since the TV industry is driven by success (a.k.a money), there are talks about another 24 installment. »
- Michelle Leibowitz
Kiefer Sutherland has indicated that he may be done with Jack Bauer, even as Fox keeps insisting there could be more 24. Well, it turns out those two statements aren’t mutually exclusive — because Fox is considering making the next installment without him. That said, Fox is hopeful Sutherland will want to return eventually. The […]
The post Could We Get More ’24′ Without Kiefer Sutherland? appeared first on /Film. »
- Angie Han
Fox is considering bring back 24 without Kiefer Sutherland's Jack Bauer...
In a weekend of big news, one of the juiciest stories to emerge was the suggestion that Fox is mulling over an idea for a 24 revival, without its star Kiefer Sutherland.
Speaking at a Television Critics Association event, Fox’s television big-wigs Dana Walden and Gary Newman discussed a pitch that had come in for a Bauer-less season of 24 for 2016.
"We would love nothing more than to do another 24. That's a constant focus for us," Newman stated, beforing confirming that Howard Gordon, Evan Katz and Manny Coto (the producers of 24) had pitched them an idea which "could have gone either way" with regards to Mr Sutherland’s involvement.
"We have discussed it with him," Walden said. "Potentially, he won't be in this instalment, we're not sure yet. We're not that far along but I know he supports us doing »
The Winter Television Critics Association Press Tour is underway and Moviefone sat in for the panels at Fox's day to present their upcoming roster of programming. We got some scoop on new shows and returning favorites -- here are the highlights!
1. 3 TV Favorites Get Pick Ups
It was announced yesterday that "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" will get a third season, and newbies "Empire" and Gotham" will be back for Season 2. Yay!
Is Cookie gonna get her groove back? Jussie Smollett: "Somebody is gonna want that Cookie!" #Empire #TCA15
- moviefone (@moviefone) January 18, 2015 2. Meet Your New Pink Ladies
3. "Scream Queens" Gets a Cast
- Alana Altmann
Following the news that Fox is looking to reopen The X-Files, chairman Dana Walden has revealed that the network is also in discussions for another instalment of 24, although it looks Kiefer Sutherland’s Jack Bauer could be absent from the next season.
“We have discussed it with him. We talk to Kiefer all the time,” said Walden at the TCA press tour (via EW). “He’s a great creative partner, potentially he won’t be in this installment. We’re not sure yet. We’re not that far along, but I know he supports us doing more 24. First of all, we’re not talking about continuing the show without him. We’re talking about whether there’s one installment that he’s not in. I think if the storytelling is exciting enough, that real-time element that the show really owns–so many of the production aspects are so unique to »
- Gary Collinson
Walden notes that it's too early in the creative process to tell whether Sutherland will be involved or not. They are in regular contact with him and know that he supports them doing more 24, with or without him.
The TCA Winter press conference is continuing throughout the weekend, with Fox holding an extensive panel earlier today. During the presentation, Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman confirmed that the network is in talks to bring The X-Files back to the small screen. He also said he wouldn't mind seeing the 2005 cult series Prison Break return in some capacity, but there are no concrete plans at the moment. It was also hinted that Fox may bring 24 back, after launching the successful 24: Live Another Day miniseries this past summer.
Variety was on the scene, and reports that this new version of 24 will be a reboot. It may launch in 2016, but there is a catch. Kiefer Sutherland will not return, and the series will not revolve around the charter of Jack Bauer. It is also described as a 'one-off'. Reporter Cynthia Littleton tweeted the following:
"24" w/ out Kiefer Sutherland? Could happen. »
Can you imagine 24 without Kiefer Sutherland?! It might sound inconceivable, but Fox certainly can...and it sounds like that's the direction the network is headed if the show is brought back for another season. After reviving the fan-favorite show for a limited run last summer, 24: Live Another Day, Fox bosses Gary Newman and Dana Walden announced at the 2015 Winter TCA Press Tour that while they have no current plans, the network is potentially eyeing another season without its star at the center. "We would love nothing more than to do another 24," Newman told the room of reporters. "That's a constant focus for us." According to Walden, 24 showrunners »
TCA 2015: “24” may return without Kiefer Sutherland
Fox Television Group Chairmen and CEOs Dana Walden and Gary Newman teased rumored event series for “The X-Files,” “Prison Break” and more “24” — with or without Kiefer Sutherland — while also reflecting on their network’s recent reality struggles during their Television Critics Association Winter Press Tour executive session.
One of the main topics of conversation on Saturday surrounded the day-earlier’s ousting of Simon Andreae and appointment of Corie Henson as executive vice president of Alternative Entertainment. Andreae’s most public miss was on the big budgeted “Utopia,” which bombed in fall 2014.
“It was a big swing, »
- Tony Maglio
“24” without Kiefer Sutherland? It could happen.
A pitch for another limited-series installment of the “24” franchise on Fox envisions a storyline that would revolve around supporting characters and not feature Sutherland’s intrepid covert op Jack Bauer.
The talk of more “24” came up Saturday during the exec Q&A session at Fox’s portion of the Television Critics Assn. press tour in Pasadena. The session marked the TCA debut for Gary Newman and Dana Walden, the longtime 20th Century Fox TV chiefs who took on oversight of Fox Broadcasting in July amid a shakeup at the network.
Newman and Walden cautioned that there is no deal and no plans are set in stone for more “24.” But a Bauer-free pitch for a new installment — following on the 12-episode limited series “24: Live Another Day” that aired on Fox this past summer — came recently from series stewards Howard Gordon, Evan Katz, Manny Coto and Imagine’s Brian Grazer. »
- Cynthia Littleton
Earlier today, Fox TV Group chairman Gary Newman announced plans to revive The X-Files, which ran from 1993 to 2002. "We've had some conversations on X-Files and we're hopeful that we'll bring that back," said Newman. Fox Television Group chairmen and CEO Dana Walden said currently there is a "timing issue," but they have reached out to series creator Chris Carter and stars Gillian Anderson and David Duchovny. No further details were provided and both Newman and Walden stressed that it is too early in the process to announce anything officially. Fox previously hit a home run when they revived Keifer Sutherland's 24 and its success led Fox to look back into their vault for some more goodies. Clearly, The X-Files is one of their most prized properties as it received 21 Emmy nominations during its run and spunoff a television show ("The Lone Gunmen"), two movies, comic books and video games. But »
Sleepy Hollow needs to be roused from a certain Season 2 slumber, Fox Television Group chairmen Dana Walden and Gary Newman acknowledged Saturday at the Television Critics Association winter press tour.
Walden noted that the sophomore drama faces “a very high level of difficulty,” juggling as it does relationships, mystery-telling, iconic historical characters and both period and contemporary settings. With an eye on the season-to-date and its waning ratings, she told TVLine, “The show got a bit overly serialized,” so their wish is to “return the fun” that was a hallmark of Season 1.
Given those concerns, Sleepy was Mia from Saturday’s announced renewals, »
The Academy just announced the best in cinema of 2014 and now, here comes the Razzie saluting the worst! Michael Bay's "Transformers: Age of Extinction" receives the most nominations, all seven of them including Worst Picture and Screenplay! But somehow, Mark Wahlberg escaped the wrath of Razzie! And I thought he was horrible in the movie!
But this year, the Razzie introduces a new award. Maybe to show the softer side of Razzie! The new category is called the Redeemer Award which highlights previous Razzie regulars who redeemed themselves. My favorite is Ben Affleck who went from "Gigli" to "Argo" to "Gone Girl."
Winners of the 35th Golden Raspberry Award will be revealed on February 21st, the night before the Oscars!
Here's your complete list of Razzie nominees:
Kirk Cameron, »
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