Other details Sutherland offered were confirmation that the movie will be shot during the show's summer break in 2007 (the script is currently "in development"), and the fact that he thinks the movie(s) and TV show can successfully pursue two totally different story lines and still be successful. Hmm. Me, I wonder about that one -- if in the movie, Jack accidentally, say, tears his ACL, but is running around on the TV with no limping or surgery? That'd be sort of hard to accept. Or, sports injuries aside, what if someone DIES (I know it's a long shot, since things are usually so safe on 24, but just go with it) in the movie? Are we supposed to just accept them wandering by on TV? Or am I overthinking this?
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