Kiefer Sutherland joins 24's anniversary reunion

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24 celebrates its 20th anniversary next week, so Jack Bauer himself Kiefer Sutherland is reuniting with co-stars for a special Zoom panel.

Via Deadline, admission for fans of the TV action drama costs $24 (how fitting), with part of the proceeds donated to Operation Smile, providing comprehensive care to kids with cleft lip and palate.

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Joining Sutherland across the virtual gathering are Leslie Hope (Teri Bauer), Elisha Cuthbert (Kim Bauer), Sarah Clarke (Nina Myers), Eric Balfour (Milo Pressman), Sarah Wynter (Kate Warner), Reiko Aylesworth (Michelle Dessler), Gregory Itzin (Charles Logan), Xander Berkeley (George Mason), Chris Diamantopoulos (Rob Weiss), Cherry Jones (Allison Taylor).

Framed in a typically 24 split-screen aesthetic, they'll interact with attendees by sharing behind-the-scenes anecdotes.

Co-creators Robert Cochran and Joel Surnow, executive producer Howard Gordon, pilot episode director Stephen Hopkins, composer Sean Callery and cinematographer Rodney Charters are also involved.

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Related: Kiefer Sutherland almost WASN'T cast as Jack Bauer on 24

Ahead of the event next Saturday (November 6), Sutherland commented: "24 fans were the greatest I've ever experienced. I can't wait to talk to you all."

Elsewhere, back in summer 2020, the screen veteran weighed in on the possibility of reprising the show's central counter terrorist agent.

"I've always left the door slightly ajar for 24 if someone comes up with a great idea. I've been banging my head against a brick wall for a movie for so long that I've got a concussion," he joked.

"Honestly, the form more 24 would take doesn't matter to me as much as the quality of the story. If someone comes up with a great story that can be told in two hours, then we're going to make a movie, but if someone comes up with a great story that could be 24 hours, we'll do the show."

24 is available to watch on Amazon Prime Video.

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