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Kiefer Sutherland returns to episodic TV in Paramount+ thriller Rabbit Hole, premiering March 26. As John Weir, he is a highly skilled technician who excels at corporate espionage.
His increasingly paranoid work is risky and confusing. It involves manipulation, deception, technology, mass explosions and cellphones in mixers.
Kiefer Sutherland is a well-known figure in the world of action movies, but did you know he also holds an iconic place as a TV hero? He made his mark on the beloved series 24, playing tough guy Jack Bauer.
His acting career has taken him in many different directions, yet he always manages to collaborate with some of the industry's finest directors. He's starred in films like Stand by Me, The Lost Boys and Flatliners as well as several big screen adaptations like The Time to Kill, Phone Booth and Melancholia.
Sutherland stars as John Weir, an expert corporate spy. His job may seem like a dream come true but it also comes with its share of challenges when he's falsely accused of murdering Treasury Department official Edward Homm and thrust into an intense global corporate espionage network.
John becomes increasingly paranoid as he uncovers the lies and manipulation of Hailey Winton (Meta Golding), a lawyer whom he meets in a bar. It soon becomes evident to John that not everything is as it seems; things may not be what they seem on the outside either.
But John finds himself caught up in a deadly conspiracy that could ultimately rule the world, his deceptions start coming true. He's accused of murder but must prove himself worthy in order to save the day.
The trailer for Rabbit Hole shows that Kiefer Sutherland's character is being deceived and deceiped by a powerful corporation. He becomes embroiled in an intricate conspiracy involving technology and mass explosions, ultimately needing to push a metal pole into a power plant in order to power down the city.
It looks to be an exciting thriller from the start, and it only gets more captivating as we progress further into the story. Filming for this new series is scheduled to begin next month; get your first look at it with this trailer.
Fans of 24 or those interested in corporate espionage should definitely watch this new series, which you can catch on Paramount+ later this year.
Kiefer Sutherland's resume boasts an array of roles, from "24" to the upcoming miniseries "24: Live Another Day." His latest Paramount+ thriller Rabbit Hole will hit theaters on March 26.
In this gripping thriller, he stars as John Weir, an expert espionage technologist who is falsely accused of killing his boss. When the CIA comes after him, John must use his talents to protect himself and his family.
He's not the type of person to trust easily, but when he meets Hailey Winton (Meta Golding), they form an unlikely bond and become Weir's only hope in finding out if he possesses any true courage.
The show offers an entertaining mix of comedy, drama and thriller that will keep viewers on the edge of their seats episode after episode. While I can't predict it'll be as popular as "Lone Survivor," this quality piece of work should still be worth watching.
Hope Paramount+ network gives this Sutherland project a chance for success since their past work has been so drastically different. If not, I'm sure it won't last too long!
Here's a sneak preview of the upcoming thriller to get you excited. While it doesn't give away too much, the trailer does look fast-paced, fun and captivating!
On March 26, you can watch Kiefer Sutherland shock himself and short out a city in Rabbit Hole. Plus, stream more of his movies and TV shows on Stan by signing up for a free 30 day trial!
Kiefer Sutherland was born on December 21, 1966 in London, England as the son of actors Donald Sutherland and Shirley Douglas.
He has starred in numerous films, such as Castle of the Living Dead, The Lost Boys, Flatliners, Phone Booth and Twelve. Additionally, he has appeared in several television series like 24 and Designated Survivor.
He made an enduring impact as Jack Bauer on "24," a series that has been running for years and remains central to American culture today. We can't wait to see more from Sutherland in both the upcoming movie and this season of "24: Live Another Day".
Kiefer Sutherland has always been known for his ability to stop things from going awry, whether it's a policeman on horseback or an international crisis. And now he's back at it again in Rabbit Hole, Paramount+'s next thriller.
In the series trailer, we see Sutherland's John Weir, a master of deception, being falsely accused of murder by powerful forces with the ability to influence and control populations. CBS Studios' new series "This Is Us" will be directed by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra ("This Is Us") with star appearances by Charlie Gogolak from Designated Survivor as Suzan Bymel and Hunt Baldwin.
Sutherland is joined by an impressive cast, including Game of Thrones' Charles Dance as Ben Wilson. Best known for his role as Tywin Lannister on HBO series, Dance is known for playing memorable villains - making him an ideal fit for this series' increased sense of drama and danger.
The trailer for the series looks intense and action-packed, featuring everything from technology manipulation to explosions in mixers. John even takes a metal pole jammed into a power plant which blows him up and shorts out retired Nan City's power grid - all part of his increasingly paranoid work.
In addition to building tension, the trailer also teases out the series' plotline: John is on a quest to discover who is responsible for his best friend's death. His team, led by Ben Wilson (Dance), recruits him in order to solve this mystery - but soon takes him into an increasingly dangerous world of corporate espionage and technological threats.
Ultimately, the trailer leaves you wanting more from this Paramount+ series. However, the good news is that it's only two episodes away from debuting!
Casting Sutherland as the star of a series is an intelligent decision, and it appears that viewers will enjoy watching. The first trailer for the show offers viewers plenty of humor, drama and thriller elements with ample room for Sutherland to showcase his range as a leading man.
Sutherland has recently found success in his acting career with roles that don't revolve around Jack Bauer - an interesting switch from his usual counterterrorism agent role. It demonstrates his versatility as an actor by taking on more complex characters that don't necessarily fit the hero mold he has become known for.
If you're a fan of Kiefer Sutherland's counter terrorism agent Jack Bauer in Fox's 24 (2001-2010) series, then you'll be thrilled to see him channel his Jack-in-a-box persona in the upcoming Paramount+ thriller Rabbit Hole. Starring Sutherland as an executive spy who is framed for murder, the series premieres March 26 in both U.S. and Canada before continuing to air weekly worldwide thereafter.
John Requa and Glenn Ficarra's new series, created for Paramount+ by John Requa and Glenn Ficarra, will premiere over eight episodes and follow John Weir as he struggles to overcome those with the power to influence and manipulate populations.
Weir, an espionage expert, is recruited by an unknown global power to go undercover and use his resources in support of democracy. But as he pursues uncovering the truth, he begins to question if anyone else can be trusted.
It's an intricate, action-packed thriller that promises to keep you guessing at every turn. That's thanks to an impressive cast, including Charles Dance, Meta Golding, Enid Graham, Jason Butler Harner, Walt Klink and Rob Yang.
Sutherland, who co-created the show with Requa and Ficarra, said he draws inspiration from 1970s conspiracy thriller films such as Three Days of the Condor but has also explored modern day espionage. As Sutherland puts it: "I love a good conspiracy movie."
He describes the series as a combination of action and drama, based on a true story. The protagonist is an ex-soldier who uses his natural abilities to become an expert in corporate espionage.
Sutherland not only stars in Rabbit Hole, but he's an executive producer and featured as a narrator in its premiere episode.
We sat down with the actor to discuss his new role, favorite roles and other interests. In addition to acting, Sutherland is an accomplished musician who plays guitar.
Last week, Kiefer Sutherland (Jack Bauer in 24) was in Hamilton, Ontario filming scenes for his Paramount+ thriller Rabbit Hole. As reported by TV Insider, he said he was having fun filming scenes for the new series which follows Weir as he attempts to trust people in a world full of danger and corporate espionage.