24 star Kiefer Sutherland had charged according to misdemeanor assault. In May he has fought with designer Jack McCollough in night club and that incident went to the Manhattan District Attorney’s Office. Alicia Maxey Greene who is the spokesperson in Manhattan District Attorney’s office said that they have investigated it in details and we have done it accurately. After finishing all investigations they have decided to drop the charge on to Kiefer Sutherland.
After few weeks Kiefer Sutherland and Jack McCollough had a joint statement and it was issued through Kiefer Sutherland’s attorney and from it Sutherland has apologized from Jake.
“Whip It!” (2009) actor Jimmy Fallon asked from Sutherland that is he thinks that he is a Jack Bauer? Sutherland answered that he really regrets that incident and he never think that he is a jack Bauer.
Kiefer Sutherland new movie “Twelve” will release on 2010.
Kiefer Sutherland turned himself into police on Thursday and was arrested and charged with assault for headbutting another man at a party in New York City.
Sutherland entered he building flanked by his lawyers. After answering questions from investigators, he was booked on one count of misdemeanor assault and issued an appearance citation, which allows the 24 star to travel until his June 22 arraignment.
He was released on his own recognizance.
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Avril Lavigne has been named one of Canada’s 50 Most Beautiful People by Hello magazine. Country music singer Shania Twain topped the list. Other Canadian born celebrities who made the list were Kiefer Sutherland (24), Evangeline Lilly (Lost), models Gabriel Aubrey and Linda Evangelista, Ryan Reynolds (Wolverine), Joshua Jackson (Fringe), Kim Cattrall (Sex and the City), Hayden Christiansen (Jumper) and hockey star Sidney Crosby.
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|Movie: Monsters vs. Aliens * Trailer *||In Theaters: March 27, 2009|
|Runtime: 94 minutes||Directed by: Rob Letterman / Conrad Vernon|
|MPAA Rating: PG for sci-fi action, some crude humor, and mild language||Gecko Rating:|
There’s really only so much you can do with a kids’ movie these days. There’s usually an evil guy, a main character with issues, some kooky supporting characters, and a big crisis that needs to be stopped.
“Monsters vs. Aliens” has all of these elements, but what puts it a notch above most kids’ movies is the animation. The movie is offered in both 3D and regular versions. I saw the 3D version, and while most 3D movies don’t measure up, this one did. The filmmakers really made good use of the 3D, with balls (and sometimes slime) being thrown at the audience, planets swirling about, and an alien spacecraft filled with all manner of cool techie stuff.
The story follows Susan (voiced wonderfully by Reese Witherspoon), a girl who’s about to be married. In fact, the first scenes are at the church where she’s to be married to a self-involved TV weather guy, Derek (Paul Rudd). But outside the church, a giant mass hurtles towards her from space, and later at the alter, Susan starts to emit a greenish glow.
A few seconds later, she grows in size to nearly 50 feet, crashing through the church roof and scattering the wedding goers everywhere. The government immediately shows up, capturing Susan – now known as Ginormica – and locking her up in a secret facility where other monsters also reside, including a blue blobby guy named B.O.B. (Seth Rogen), the techie Dr. Cockroach (Hugh Laurie), and a big furry guy named The Missing Link (Will Arnett).
When an evil alien named Gallaxhar (Rainn Wilson) invades Earth with a giant robot, the government, including President Hathaway (Stephen Colbert) and General Monger (Kiefer Sutherland), realize they don’t have the forces to defeat it alone. So they call upon the quartet of monsters to stop the invasion and put things right again.
The story takes place in California, and one of my favorite scenes occurs on the Golden Gate Bridge, where Susan and the monsters must try and save motorists from falling to their doom because of the alien robot. The animation in this scene was top-notch down to each little detail, from Susan realizing her newfound strength to the peril involving the collapsing bridge. I got a little anxious during this scene!
Aside from the awesome animation throughout the movie, I also loved the growth of Susan. I’m not talking about her growth to nearly 50 feet. I’m talking about her growth as a woman. She realizes that she doesn’t need to rely on a man for her happiness, and that’s a great message to send to young girls.
At first, she’s depressed over the fact that she’s now ginormous, but she soon realizes how wonderful her new monster friends are, as well as what she has to offer the world with her new size. Maybe this is a little philosophical, but we get thrown a lot of curveballs in life, and the best thing to do is just move forward and work with what you’ve got. Sometimes, it’s a lot better than what you’ve lost. Thus ends the philosophical portion of this review.
My other favorite character is B.O.B. When he’s not falling in love with green Jello, B.O.B. has the ability to absorb things and humans, then spit them back out again unharmed. Voiced by Seth Rogen – who has the nerdiest laugh in the world – this character really jumped off the screen at me.
Note to Parents: The story includes a lot of peril, including the aforementioned bridge scene, the monsters being locked up (though you don’t feel like they’re being tortured or anything), the scene where Susan is captured at the wedding, and the government forces dispatched with heavy artillery at every turn. For this reason, I don’t recommend it for very small kids, but it’s ok for kids 7 and older.
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A quick video clip talking about 24 Season 8! Kiefer Sutherland is definitely signed on.
And as for THIS season, Ausiello has yet another spoiler. “Sean will likely remain lawyered up and out of sight for the rest of the day. A really good hunch (wink, wink).“
The stars came out in force, including Seth Rogen, Reese Witherspoon, Keifer Sutherland and Judd Apatow, hitting the red carpet for the premiere of “Monsters vs. Aliens,” blasting into theaters this Friday, March 27, 2009. Are you taking the kids to this movie? Heck, just go see it yourself. It looks really cute!
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“Twilight” is all the talk these days and vampires are more popular than ever. Preparing for the March 21st DVD release, E! Online took a look back at the hottest vampires that were not in “Twilight”.
Guess who snagged the No. 1 spot? That’s right! Our very own Kiefer Sutherland.
1. Kiefer Sutherland, The Lost Boys: Proof that the undead can still rock! Sutherland and his glam gang of pasty pals sleep all day, party all night, and toss hilariously camp lines like “You’ll never grow old, and you’ll never die. But you must feeeeeed!”
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