First filming photos for 24: Live Another Day

News Louisa Mellor 23 Jan 2014 - 08:15

24: Live Another Day is currently setting fire to things in London town. See the first on-set photos here...

Red telephone boxes, red postboxes, black cabs and Union flags... there's no mistaking where these new on-set photos from 24: Live Another Day were taken (which, we assume, was the idea).

That's right, Jack is back and this time he's battling terrorists on our side of the pond, protecting Queen and country from an "unthinkable attack that could change the world forever".

With thanks to Coming Soon then, here's a first look at Jack Bauer and Chloe O'Brian on the streets of London. We hope he's remembered his Oyster card... 

  

24: Live Another Day premieres on Fox in the US on the 5th of May, and on Sky One in the UK shortly thereafter (date to be confirmed).

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Now this excites me. I can't wait for this to be released!!!

We don't need Jack Bauer, we have our own JB to protect London

All they needed really was a beefeater guard and Richard Branson in the background just to make sure everyone was certain it was in "London, England".

John Bonham?

I bet the poster will have Big Ben on it (pedants; yes yes, I know Big Ben isn't the name of the structure)

Dappy?

John Barrowman?

Is Chloe working undercover as some kind of goth?

Johnson... Boris?

Is it me, or has Chloe taken a level in badass? She looks more like Lisbeth Salander than the bookish grumpy Chloe I remember from 24...

Why has Ian Beale got a gun in his hand?

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Jim Bowen

Justin Bieber? But he is Canadian and in a prison cell...

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I didn't see Richie C in any of those pictures. Perhaps he starts filming next week.

Jason Bourne?

One might confuse it with London, Ontario. :-p

I don't know, as much as i love the idea of having 24 back, i think it doesn't make sense the mini series format. The whole idea is a show with 24 episodes, each one taking place in 1 hour, real time, making a full day by the end of it. Now this mini won't have 24 eps, 24 hours of the same adventure, and still is called 24. Ok then.

Sweet I can't wait! Chloe looks smokin with her new hair.

He probably spends 12 hours of that on an uneventful flight to London, and they just skip that bit.
But seriously... I think the mini-series format might help overcome the frequent problem 24 had of having plotlines peter out halfway through the season, and then having ludicrous plot twists introduced to start off a new plot thread (the nadir of this to my mind being the character that Katee Sackhoff played in the last series, who had several daft plotlines, and retrospectively you can't imagine the badass double agent villain she ends up being revealed as reacting to some of the events as she does earlier in the season, even if she is maintaining her cover). Hopefully, the whole miniseries has been plotted out upfront, rather than vaguely plotting out the first batch of episodes and then winging it, like they used to for the full season.

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