Paramount+ spy series Rabbit Hole sets up shop in Toronto this month to film its first season. While details surrounding the new series have been under wraps, including casting, we do know that Rabbit Hole will star 24’s Kiefer Sutherland, who will also executive produce the show. Filming for the series will be underway in Toronto until September. A private espionage operative battles over the preservation of democracy in a world at odds with misinformation, behavioral manipulation, the surveillance state, and the interests that control these extraordinary powers. Paramount+’s Rabbit Hole has rounded out its remaining cast, adding Charles Dance (Game of Thrones), Meta Golding (Empire), Enid Graham (Mare of Easttown), Jason Butler Harner (Ozark) and Walt…
Great article to read if you want to relive the 24 series! SCREENRANT article
Kiefer Sutherland opens up about why Dark City villain Dr. Daniel Schreber is his favorite movie role and how hard he worked to land it. SCREENRANT Article While sitting down with GQ to break down some of his most iconic characters, Kiefer Sutherland looked back on his time with Dark City. The two-time Emmy winner revealed the sci-fi thriller is his favorite movie role and recalled how hard he worked to land the villain role. See what Sutherland shared below: “Dark City, which was directed by Alex Proyas, was one of my most favorite experiences that I’ve ever had, as a person and…
Say it isn’t so! I think all Kiefer fans have a different take on that particular hair style – iconic!!! ( I loved it ! haha) MovieWeb Article ScreenRant Article David is a character who is, at least on paper, supposed to be cool and sexy and has a girlfriend. Developing that character was a very funny kind of moment, because so much of it was created from a physical point. The look had to be right, the clothes had to be right, the hairstyle had to be right and Joel Schumacher, the director, was very in touch with rock…
Variety ET Canada E Online “I miss it. It was an incredible experience,” Bauer said of starring on the long-running Fox drama series. “I have learned that you’re just better off not to be definitive about your answer of whether you will do something or not do something. I love playing that character. I do believe the story is unresolved. If something were to be written that made sense to me and that I thought was going to contribute to the franchise then I would be behind it, even if my participation in that were to be limited.” https://youtu.be/AUYGhROLiuM
Today Article | EW Entertainment Article See the cast of ‘The First Lady’ side by side with their real-life counterparts Kiefer Sutherland, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Sutherland previously played a president on TV — albeit under much different circumstances. In “Designated Survivor,” he stars as Thomas Kirkman, a low-ranking government official who becomes president after an explosion kills everyone ahead of him in the presidential line of succession. “The First Lady” shows Roosevelt at various stages of his lauded political career, including leading the country through the Great Depression. https://youtu.be/j36nGWGC5FI
Watch the video for the new single ‘Chasing The Rain’, stream ‘Bloor Street’ in full and order the album on Vinyl, CD and a limited run of cassettes at https://KSutherland.lnk.to/bloorstreet. “Music, whether touring or recording, has always been a personal extension of storytelling for me. I couldn’t be more excited to share these new songs and, hopefully sooner than later, play them for audiences around the world.” – KS https://youtu.be/l1GeM1QpTD8
It’s been some years….. Stay tuned for a refresh and some updates on Kiefer!
KSHome had the pleasure of attending Kiefer Sutherland’s concert here in Chicago on Sunday. We were not disappointed. Amazing! Extremely impressed. Not only a talented actor, but an amazing singer. Going Home Shirley Jean The Bottle Ways to be Wicked Honey Bee Knockin on Heavens Door
Article Link: Times Daily Muscle Shoals Rhythm Section bassist David Hood, keyboardist Spooner Oldham, guitarist Will MacFarlane, and drummer Milton Sledge were on the session for Sutherland’s song “Rebel Wind,” which will appear on his next album.
Article Link: 17 Things We’ll Remember from Stagecoach 2017 Wryest sense of humor: Kiefer Sutherland The actor played many songs from his 2016 album in the Palomino Tent Sunday. Before he sang “Shirley Jean,” a song about a man on death row at prison, he commented on how much of Johnny Cash fan he is and how he loved the way Cash wrote about prison. “I’ve never been to prison, but I have been to jail a few times,” Sutherland said. [x_line] Article Link: 50 Stagecoach takeaways 24. Guys, Keifer Sutherland can sing. This is not a Bruce Willis, Dan…
Kiefer Sutherland explains why he decided to return to TV with another political drama after nine seasons of his hit series 24 and what he did during his break.