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"The driving "Save Yourself" directed by Kiefer Sutherland, underpins a stunning and expansive video, just added to VH1 and Fuse rotation, and juxtaposes DeLuca performing interspersed with scenes from the upcoming film version of Fox's hit series "24 - Redemption," airing November 23rd. "Save Yourself" will be included in the 24-Redemption DVD released on November 25th."

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Shooting 24 in LA. Click here.      Just a link to the pics, because like I said it's pretty spoilerish. :)

Random sexy pic of Kiefer:


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 This looks likes a great place to visit.  I was admiring the pics of Kiefer.  Their great! 
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Jayjay vom Lundborg-Land !SOLD! to Kiefer Sutherland. Lundborg-Land German Shepherd Kennels will retain limited stud services from Jayjay. German Shepherd puppies will be available at later dates.

THANK YOU Kiefer !


This entry was posted on Saturday, April 26th, 2008 at 9:22 am

Pic from yesterday, around 2:30 pm in Perris, CA  Let me hear you say "Awwww!!"  :D


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Yay for the good news!! *cuddles JayJay*

( Wonder where is Molly ? )


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Leaving for Canada:


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Mirrors


Fox Sets Date for Alexandre Aja's Mirrors

Fox Sets Date for Alexandre Aja's Mirrors
Source:20th Century Fox
March 19, 2008


20th Century Fox announced today it will release Alexandre Aja's second American endeavor Mirrors on August 15th. Kiefer Sutherland plays a mall security guard who becomes wrapped up in a mystery involving a particular department store's mirrors which seem to bring out the worst in people. Amy Smart, Paula Patton and Jason Flemyng co-star.


http://www.shocktillyoudrop.com/news/topnews.php?id=5266



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Cast set for 'Monsters vs. Aliens'


Reese Witherspoon, Hugh Laurie, Will Arnett, Seth Rogen, Rainn Wilson, Stephen Colbert, Kiefer Sutherland and Paul Rudd have signed on to lend their voices to DreamWorks Animation’s “Monsters vs. Aliens.”

Paramount Pictures will distribute the pic, DWA’s first film produced in Ultimate 3-D technology.

Story, which reinvents the classic ‘50s monster movie as a modern-day action comedy, centers on California girl Susan Murphy (Witherspoon), who is unexpectedly clobbered by a meteor full of outer space gunk and mysteriously grows to 50 feet tall.

She is captured and held in a secret government compound. The world learns that the military has been quietly rounding up other monsters over the years, including the brilliant but insect-headed Dr. Cockroach, Ph.D. (Laurie), the gelatinous and indestructible B.O.B. (Rogen) and macho half-ape, half-fish the Missing Link (Arnett).

Wilson plays Gallaxhar, Colbert is the president of the U.S., Sutherland portrays General W.R. Monger and Rudd is Susan’s boyfriend, Derek.

Rob Letterman (“Shark Tale”) and Conrad Vernon (“Shrek 2”) will helm.

Lisa Stewart is producing, and Jill Hopper and Latifa Ouaou co-produce.

“Monsters vs. Aliens” is scheduled to bow March 27, 2009.


http://www.variety.com/article/VR1117982207.html?categoryId=1050&cs=1



PICS from March - shooting Mirrors (click 4 the full size)



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In Dublin:



From http://www.pennykeating.com/wordpress/


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Kiefer and Michael at Poquito Mas Mexican restaurant in Studio City, Calif. 


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This pretty much covers how I feel: Damnit!



Strike is over... Now get Jack back!

I cheered on the writer's strike as it slew the ogre that was the Justice League of America crapfest. Yippee. However, that was me doing the Ickey Shuffle in the end zone while a yellow flag spotted the 5-yard line. The beast of Justice League was only stunned and will cause birth defects in the fetuses of pregnant moviegoers by decade's end. Baby Jesus is crying somewhere.

Yet, that's nothing. Almost immediately after the announcement of the strike's end, word leaked that a stiff had been found in the basement freezer: the corpse of Jack Bauer and season 7 of "24". I'm sure God is a "24" fan, so prepare for some Old Testament anger to come down the hills of Hollywood.

I can endure a Justice League movie like a man can occasionally survive blunt head trauma from a chainsaw. Yet, two years without the "Jack Bauer 24 Hours of Power" is too much to bear. Yes, two years for those of us who wait for the DVD—waiting a week between episodes is not an acceptable option for a "24" wino like me.

Of course, it's not helping I'm watching season 2 of "24" as I write this. I've been trying for a few years to hook my wife on Jack Bauer, and finally last week she popped in season 1—before the news broke of the delay. Her eyes dilated, body movement ceased, sex drive disappeared. She's a complete "24" fiend now. We're already on the disc 3 of season 2 (watch out for that cougar trap Kim!).

So that means my apartment is occupied by a couple of junkies; we're Sid and Nancy and "24" is our heroin. At this rate, season 6 (not sure why everyone hates on this one) will be consumed by mid March. Then what? Will we be reduced to reading those hackneyed 24: Declassified novels? That's the dirty needles and ditch weed of "24" freaks—a savage, animalistic state of existence.

What we need is that damn "24" movie we've been promised for several years. Pronto. Kiefer Sutherland is free from the clink. Production will ramp up on the television series soon. They can bang out the remaining 17 episodes by early summer (the first 7 were shot before the strike) and then keep the cast and crew around for film production aiming for an early 2009 release. I bet there's a script sitting around somewhere. There has to be a script. To sustain sanity and civilized human behavior in the Frank household we need that script to exist. Goddamn I'll write the script for you right now.

Terrorists try to blowup the world. Jack Bauer screams "Dammit!" Jack Bauer kills all terrorists. Roll end credits.

None of that bullshit with filler subplots. Just 2 hours of Jack Bauer living up to his badass image. No need for the real-time gimmick; 24 is a brand name now, not a descriptor for the narrative framework. That's all. That's the "24" movie for you. Pure and uncut and R-rated and straight to the vein so my wife and I, along with millions of other fiends who are crawling out of their skins, can get our sweet, sweet fix.

If that doesn't happen, then I need to invest in a time machine or a hibernation chamber. Because 2 years. Man. 24 months. I'll be 28. I might have kids. I'll definitely have less hair. Who knew the writer's strike would bring such misery. Damnit!

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