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Kiefer Sutherland ‘amused’ by co-star Kate

Published 26/04/2013

Kiefer Sutherland
Kiefer Sutherland

Kiefer Sutherland laughed at Kate Hudson's ability to stop the film crew in their tracks on set of their newest movie.

The pair appear in political thriller The Reluctant Fundamentalist, which also stars Liev Schreiber and Riz Ahmed.

The 24 actor shares a lot of scenes with Kate, who had recently given birth to her second son Bingham at the time of filming.

Kiefer laughed at the beauty's ability to stop the film crew in their tracks.

"That’s actually very funny. She’s fantastic, first off. She had a newborn, and I always thought it was so amusing that it would actually stop a film crew from working. Every once in a while, the baby would need to be fed, and she was breast-feeding at the time, so we would just stop working," he explained to Collider.

"I worked 200 hours on 24, where we stopped for nothing. It was wonderful to see Mother Nature go, 'No, you’re going to stop working for about 20 minutes now.' So, I always laughed about that and I thought she was amazing."

Kiefer also addressed the ongoing speculation surrounding a hotly-anticipated 24 movie. The star isn't sure about the status of the big screen adaptation of the hugely popular TV series.

"I have no idea. I’ve tried to help that along. There’s a lot of moving parts to it. It’s not something that I’m actively pursuing, but if it were to ever happen, that would be great," he revealed, before adding he would still be on board with the project should it be given a green light.

"Yes, I will not be the reason it doesn’t get made," he continued.

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