Celebrity news

Kiefer Sutherland is incredibly superstitious on movie sets | Celebrity News

TownNews.com Content Exchange

Kiefer Sutherland is incredibly superstitious when on set for a film project.

Asked by Total Film magazine if he’s superstitious, the 55-year-old admitted that even though he knows it’s “stupid”, he does a lot of rituals while filming.

He replied, “How long do you have?” I’m a superstitious person – I’m on a music show, the only show where you didn’t wear your ring, you broke a string, so now you have to wear it. Stupid stuff. I know it’s stupid, but even after doing this interview, I’ll roll my eyes and say, ‘I’m sorry, I didn’t mean that was stupid.'”

The ‘Lost Boys’ star added that he also had a pretty specific daily routine while on set, which was to first make a cup of tea.

Kiefer explained:[The first thing I do on set is] make a cup of tea, then move on to hair and makeup. And once that’s settled, I’m going to come down on set and do a rep and a block, and then go to work.

People also read…

When asked if he’s ever stolen a prop from a set, the ’24’ star joked that he only took things he “earned”.

He confessed: “Stolen is a bit of a strong word, but yeah, there were a few sets where I felt I had won an item or two. I have a lot of presidential ashtrays. The irony is that I didn’t remove them from the “Designated Survivor” set, I removed them from the President Palmer set on “24” I don’t smoke anymore so now I have picks in it, or quarters.

Stealing props wasn’t the only crazy thing Kiefer did while playing counter-terrorist agent Jack Bauer on “24” from 2001 to 2014. The actor admitted that the closing night of the first season of the show was “unequivocally” the craziest party he had ever had. visit.

He revealed: “Absolutely, unequivocally, the best closing party I’ve ever seen – the most chaotic – was the first season of ’24’. The head of the studio and the lady who had championed our script were there. Someone misidentified her and tackled her for fun She’s on the ground.

“Another guy is fighting with his girlfriend and the police come – he’s handcuffed on the sidewalk. Then he runs away and the police tackle him. I’m having a cigarette, watching all of our cast and crew lit to the gills, and I think, ‘This is going to be the greatest show ever.'”

This article was originally published on famoustainment.com.

TownNews.com Content Exchange