The folks behind 24: Legacy have made one thing clear about the series: it’s not a reboot, it’s an expansion. The consensus after 24: Live Another Day was that Jack Bauer’s story was, at least for now, over, and it was time to move on and find a new hero. That new hero is Eric Carter (Corey Hawkins), an ex-Army Ranger whose past comes back to haunt him. We did hear it was a possibility to see more of Jack Bauer, although the actor wasn’t confident about that, but will fans ever see Chloe (Mary Lynn Rajskub) return? There’s a good chance they might, according to 24: Legacy executive producer Evan Katz.
Below, read what Katz had to say about having Chloe in 24 Legacy.
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Posted on Monday, January 26th, 2015 by Angie Han
Everyone’s favorite mutant superhero team could be coming to the small screen. Fox is looking to develop an X-Men live-action series, with a team that includes 24 producers Manny Coto and Evan Katz and Star Trek 3 scribes Patrick McKay and JD Payne. More on the X Men live action series after the jump. Read More »
I have to admit, I love watching 24. Sure, this season may have Jumped the Shark. For once the series is filled with some ridiculously bad writing and horrible acting (that happens when you kill all the talented actors off a series), but I still refuse toÂ stop watching until Jack saves the day. We’ve all been waiting for the previously announced 24 movie, because let’s face it, Jack Bauer/Kiefer Sutherland is the modern day John McClane/Bruce Willis, and a 24 movie could be better than Live Free or Die Hard (or so we’d hope).
Originally we were told that a screenplay was in the works, and the plan was to shoot the film during the season break (which is coming up). Well it looks like the script is finished but Fox has decided to delay the project until the show is finished (at it’s current rate of quality could be really soon).
“The script has been written but it’s on hold until the show comes off air,” confirms screenwriter Evan Katz.
No reason was given. My best guess is that this would give the team more than a couple months to work on the feature film.