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As part of my epic, foolish project to list the 100 best episodes of the '94–'95 TV season, I spent a lot of time revisiting old favorites. And it was a real treat! Particularly fun was revisiting season five of Law & Order because I went through an actual spiritual shift that I never could have predicted. For as long as I can remember, Ben Stone was my favorite D.A. I like his whininess! But rewatching some of the '94–95 episodes — which are definitely among the series' best — I've been swayed. I am now Team Jack McCoy. And that makes the '94–'95 lineup My Ultimate Law & Order Cast. For the cop lineup, I'm Briscoe or bust; I live in a Jerry Orbach–or-Nothing world, as should you. I prefer Mike Logan (Chris Noth), though I can understand people who like Rey Curtis (Benjamin Bratt) and Ed Green (Jesse »
- Margaret Lyons
Following this summer's return of Kiefer Sutherland as Jack Bauer in the Fox event series 24: Live Another Day, the 24 movie is getting closer to happening.
Imagine Entertainment, the production company run by Ron Howard and Brian Grazer, are "kicking around a new feature idea," a take that Imagine chairman Brian Grazer is "particularly keen on." The pitch hasn't been taken to 20th Century Fox yet, and it isn't known if they already have a writer attached or not.
Last month at Comic-Con 2014, 24: Live Another Day executive producer Jon Cassar revealed they are "still talking" about making a 24 movie, but it wasn't clear how if they had an idea in place or not.
However, it's possible that the movie plans may be complicated by the Fox network's possible plans for another 24 mini-series. While a 24: Live Another Day follow-up isn't officially in the works, Fox Networks Group Chairman »
Shepherd is set to appear in the upcoming sequel of this year's cop comedy Ride Along, reports Deadline.
Jeong is cast as a woman-crazy computer hacker who becomes an asset to the criminal case at the centre of the sequel.
Last month, Shepherd announced her exit from The View after seven years.
She shared: "I am extremely grateful to Barbara Walters and Bill Geddie for giving me the opportunity. I look forward to the business opportunities that lay ahead for me and I am incredibly grateful »
No details were given for her character, but she joins a cast that includes Ice Cube, Kevin Hart, Benjamin Bratt, Olivia Munn and Ken Jeong. No story details have been confirmed at this time, but we reported last month that the story will follow James Payton (Ice Cube) and Ben Barber (Kevin Hart) as they travel from Atlanta to Miami Beach for, "fun, chaos and shenanigans."
Tim Story is directing from a script by Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi, with Ice Cube producing with his CubeVision partner Matt Alvarez alongside William Packer, Larry Brezner and Scott Bernstein. Production is already under way in Miami, with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart sending off the first video from the set earlier this month.
Celebrating America's Sweetheart by remembering her greatest moments
It’s hard to believe Sandra Bullock is turning 50 years old today! Because really, it’s been that long and also, she looks ah-mazing!
But then if we take a step back, we remember that America’s Sweetheart has been entertaining us for over 25 years. Of course, there have been some missteps (let's not talk about All About Steve or Speed 2) but for the most part, her track record is solid. So solid, we’re having a hard time ranking them, but let’s give it a go anyway!
9. The Blind Side: An inspiring tale and one of the few times Sandy went blonde. Plus, she won her first Oscar for this so how could it not make the list?!
8. Gravity: This was not an easy movie. She literally had to carry the whole thing by herself and much of it was just closeups. Well, good thing »
One of television's most critically-acclaimed dramas returns for one more mission as 24: Live Another Day arrives on Blu-ray and DVD September 30 from Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment. Starring Emmy winner Kiefer Sutherland as legendary hero Jack Bauer, the action-packed series follows our hero in real time over 12 episodes as a new terrorist threat unfolds overseas.
The year's most anticipated television event, 24: Live Another Day delivers more explosive action than viewers could have hoped for! Exiled in London for four years, former Counter Terrorist Unit agent Jack Bauer (Sutherland) must spring into action to try to save U.S. President James Heller (William Devane). In retribution for a drone strike he ordered, Heller sits in the crosshairs of the widow of an al-Qaeda leader. Along the way, Jack faces his ex-love, Heller's daughter Audrey (Kim Raver), who's married to chief of staff Mark Boudreau (Tate Donovan). Teaming with CTU »
Let's get the Comic-Con 2014 live-blogging extravaganza started! Over the next four days, I'll be blogging and live-blogging on a slew of Comic-Con panels from Ballroom 20 and Hall H. Thursday will see a number of live-blogs, as I sit in Ballroom 20 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Let's start with "24," which returns to Comic-Con for the first time in years, bringing Kiefer Sutherland and promising many, many questions about the future of the franchise, as well as "24: Live Another Day." As recently as Sunday, Peter Rice said that no determinations had been made about whether "24" will live yet another day, but let's see if there were secrets being saved for San Diego... 10:01 a.m. The panel was supposed to start a minute ago, but people are still filing in. The room will be totally packed by the time we get going, I assume... The panel is just Kiefer Sutherland and Jon Cassar, »
- Daniel Fienberg
We've barely recovered from the end of 24: Live Another Day, but dammit, we still want to know if we're going to get another season of Jack Bauer goodness.
Of course, we don't know whether this Comic-Con 2014 panel - featuring the one and only Kiefer Sutherland - will give us any answers to that, but even if it doesn't, we're excited to relive all the drama from the season gone by. Join us as we bring you all the action from sunny San Diego, kicking off at 10am Pt / 1pm Et / 6pm UK...
11:00But that's a wrap - no announcement of a new season, boo. But some great juicy nuggets in there! If you'll excuse us, we're going to go and rewatch the season. Stick around on Digital Spy for more live blogs later...
10:59There's one final question - "Make it good," Jon says. "Oh, it's gonna be, »
A teary Scott Davis reviews the finale to 24: Live Another Day…
After eleven weeks of nail-biting tension, dramatics, explosions, political stand-offs and terrorist threats, 24: Live Another Days has finally reached it’s explosive finale. Zooming across London Town across a 12-hour day (well, actually 24-hours), Lad has if nothing else reenergized and refreshed the show with a newfound gusto and delight. There is nothing better on television that seeing Kiefer Sutherland engage in full-on Jack Bauer: shooting, blasting and fighting through anyone who dares get in his way.
It has been quite the journey for the guys and girls involved with the story of Lad. Faced with unspeakable odds against drone attacks, devices that can aide terrorism, treason, and inter-government politics, it’s been classic 24, and it is with great sadness that this may well be the definitive final chapter in the life of Jack Bauer. Or, maybe not… »
- Scott Davis
Ride Along 2 isn't wasting any time! Production has already started in Miami with Ice Cube and Kevin Hart, even though the first Ride Along only came out a little more than six months ago. The first installment of this hit comedy earned a whopping $134 million off a $25 million budget, so it's no wonder why a sequel is already deep into shooting.
The original followed security guard Ben, who goes on a ride along with his soon to be brother-in-law, decorated Apd detective James, with the hopes of impressing him before he makes that final move and proposes to his longtime girlfriend. This time around, Ben and James are on a new case in Miami, which promises to bring bigger laughs and more action than the first.
Ride Along 2 will reportedly bring the characters to Miami for a new adventure.
Jeong has signed up to play a woman-crazy computer hacker who becomes invaluable to the criminal case at the centre of the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Ride Along 2 opens on January 15, 2016. Watch a trailer for the original movie below: »
The low-budget cop comedy opened earlier this year to a surprise $153 million gross, prompting the quick green light of a sequel for an early 2016 release. Jeong joins fellow newcomers to the franchise Olivia Munn and Benjamin Bratt who recently joined the sequel. [Source: Deadline]
James Callis ("Battlestar Galactica") has joined the cast of Roberto Orci's El Rey drama series "Matador" which Robert Rodriguez is executive producing. Gabriel Luna stars as soccer star-turned-cia secret agent Tony 'Matador' Bravo.
Callis will recur as Lucien Sayer, the leader of a cabal of powerful executives and politicians. Bravo spends much of the season trying to discover Sayer's true motives for trying to amass as much influence as possible. [Source: Digital Spy]
- Garth Franklin
No story details have been confirmed, but a report from last month revealed that the plot will be shifted from Atlanta to Miami Beach, where James Payton (Ice Cube,) and Ben Barber (Kevin Hart) will visit, as loads of shenanigans will likely ensue. No details have been given for Ken Jeong's character.
The sequel reunites the entire Ride Along creative team, including director Tim Story, writers Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi and producers William Packer, Ice Cube, Matt Alvarez and Larry Brezner. It isn't known when production will begin yet, but Universal Pictures has already handed out a January 15, 2016 release date for the sequel.
Following the recent addition of Benjamin Bratt (Miss Congeniality, Snitch) to the cast of Ride Along 2, one more name has been added to the mix, and it's a recipe for one of the loudest films we might ever see. Ice Cube and Kevin Hart are already returning in the Universal action comedy sequel with Tim Story back in the director's chair. And now Deadline reports they'll be joined by Ken Jeong, better known as Mr. Chow from The Hangover trilogy or Chang in the NBC series "Community" (which just recently avoided death again). However, at this time, with no plot details, there's no word on who Jeong will play. More below! So far all we know about the sequel is that it's supposed to take place in Miami. Sounds like the perfect place for Jeong to be crazy and loud, something he does exceedingly well, which also makes him only tolerable in small doses. »
- Ethan Anderton
Though this year’s breakout comedy hit Ride Along was almost entirely the Ice Cube and Kevin Hart show, Universal’s upcoming sequel, Ride Along 2, has been putting together a pretty terrific supporting cast over the past few weeks. First, we heard that 24: Live Another Day actor Benjamin Bratt had come aboard in an unspecified role. Next, Attack of the Show! host and geek goddess Olivia Munn joined the cast, taking on the role of a tough Miami homicide detective who becomes the object of Detective James Payton’s (Cube) affection. Now, we’ve learned that The Hangover and Community star Ken Jeong has hitched a ride on the comedy sequel.
Jeong will play “a cocky computer hacker who fancies himself a ladies man but is also important in solving the case that Cube and Hart are working on.” The part is described as similar to Joe Pesci »
- Isaac Feldberg
Scott Davis continues his look at the newest incarnation of 24, as the clock winds down on Live Another Day…
What’s the old Al Pacino quote: “Just when I thought I was out, they pull me back in”? While paraphrasing and changing the context slightly, a similar conceit could be attached to the latest episode of 24: Live Another Day. After the shock finale of episode eight, it seemed as though the show had not only outdone itself, but had outsmarted its viewers once again. But what transpired in the last episode only left those same viewers feeling cheated and slightly letdown. But once again, we were outsmarted, and hour ten is quite something.
The main thread to come from the aftermath of Margot Al-Harazi’s (Michelle Fairley) death was that she wasn’t the “ultimate big-bad” that everyone thought she was. Sure, she was responsible for hundreds of deaths »
- Scott Davis
Plot details are being kept under wraps on the pic, which bows Jan. 15, 2016.
Exec VP of production Scott Bernstein will oversee the project for the studio.
- Justin Kroll
Director: Milan Cheylov.
Synopsis: Taking place between 8pm and 9pm, Jack and Kate wok together to try and break Navarro. Meanwhile Chloe finds herself in hot water as she aligns herself with Cross.
Jacks back! It’s hard to believe I know, but it has been a whole four years since we watched Jack, now a wanted man, bid Chloe farewell and disappear from our TV screens. You can’t keep a good man down though and everyone’s favourite rogue agent has this time set-up camp on British soil. Though not quite 24 this time around, with only twelve episodes, 24: Live Another Day promises to be crammed full of just as much action. Thn will be here every step of the way in our new episode-by-episode Bauer Blog. »
- Kat Smith
Geek goddess Olivia Munn has a major supporting role in Scott Derrickson’s upcoming horror vehicle Deliver Us From Evil, but today brings news that the actress, who stars on HBO’s The Newsroom, will be brandishing her formidable comedic chops for her next big role. Universal has recruited Munn to join Kevin Hart and Ice Cube in 2016′s comedy sequel Ride Along 2.
Munn is said to be playing a tough Miami homicide detective who is a love interest for Cube’s hard-boiled Detective James Payton. It’s exciting to see the talented actress come aboard – hopefully (?) she’ll have more to do than walk around in various states of undress, which was the extent of actress Tika Sumpter’s role in the first film. Plot details for the sequel, which finds Tim Story returning to direct, are hazy, but Variety reports that Ride Along 2 will find James »
- Isaac Feldberg
Olivia Munn is in negotiations to join Ice Cube and Kevin Hart in Ride Along 2. The actress still has to work out shooting dates, so she can film both the comedy sequel and Season 3 of HBO's The Newsroom, which starts production very soon.
No details were given for Olivia Munn's character, but the story reportedly takes place in Miami, where James Payton (Ice Cube) and Ben Barner (Kevin Hart) visit for, "fun, chaos and shenanigans." Benjamin Bratt signed on for an unspecified role last week.
Ice Cube and his CubeVision partner Matt Alvarez are producing alongside William Packer and Larry Brezner. The original Ride Along set a box office record for the Martin Luther King holiday weekend, with an impressive $41.5 million opening weekend »
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