The long-gestating project was recently delayed again, with star Kiefer Sutherland claiming that shooting could be pushed back to 2013.
"Things went quiet in a way that I thought didn't bode well for that [movie]," Gordon - an exec producer on the original show - said. "But there's been some stirrings again, just recently."
The Homeland exec added that "everyone is still gunning" to bring the adventures of Jack Bauer (Sutherland) to the big screen, according to Collider.
"There's a script that's been written," he confirmed. "But I think there are going to be more issues about the director and Kiefer's schedule on [his new Fox series] Touch."
Sutherland recently dismissed the suggestion that interest in a 24 film is lessening the longer it takes the project to materialise.
"I think audiences still remember the series and have a huge interest in seeing what a film version would be like," he insisted. "People still tell me how much they loved Jack Bauer and I think audiences appreciated that he wasn't a typical hero-type and had many flaws and contradictions."
> Kiefer Sutherland: 'I couldn't find work after 24'
> Kiefer Sutherland to reunite with 24 star Lukas Haas in Touch
Watch Kiefer Sutherland discuss the 24 movie with Digital Spy below: