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Stargate Kommando SG 1 - Season 1-10 Box (59 DVDs) [11.04.2008] Bei DemoNews gibt es intergalaktische Einblicke & Fakten zum Sternentor-MMORPG "Stargate Worlds" für PC...

[15.03.2008] Die Offizielle Website bietet neue Bilder, Artworks und Konzeptzeichnungen zu "Stargate Worlds" für PC...

[17.02.2008] Bei IESB gibt es ein Video-Interview mit Joe Flanigan, der über "Stargate: Atlantis" plauderte...
[...] Flannigan is about to begin production on his fifth season as Major John Sheppard. Since the series began, Flanigan has not only starred but has had the opportunity to write two different episodes.
Because of Canadian writers, the series hasn't faced quite the hardships of the WGA in recent months and is starting production completely prepared for another year of adventures on the Sci-Fi Channel. [...]


[06.02.2008] CS! meldet...
SCI FI Channel's "Stargate Atlantis" will begin production later this month on its fifth original season. The new 20-episode season will include the series' benchmark 100th episode. Produced and distributed by MGM Television, Stargate Atlantis is filmed in Vancouver, Canada.
As "Atlantis" speeds toward its centennial episode, the "Stargate" universe promises new and surprising developments. The status quo is shaken following the events of season 4 (currently airing on SCI FI, Friday nights at 10pm) some cherished friends are lost, others are found. New alliances are forged while new races are introduced.
Robert Picardo, whom "Stargate" fans will recognize as International Oversight Committee rep "Richard Woolsey," joins the "Stargate Atlantis" cast this season as Woolsey assumes command of the Atlantis expedition. The team, led by Lt. Colonel Sheppard (Joe Flanigan), Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett), Teyla (Rachel Luttrell), Ronon (Jason Momoa) and Dr. Jennifer Keller (Jewel Staite), must adjust to his unique leadership style.
Fan favorite Paul McGillion, will return for five episodes to reprise his role as the beloved "Dr. Carson Beckett." Amanda Tapping ("Colonel Samantha Carter"), who remains a fixture of the "Stargate" universe, will appear as a special guest star in several episodes this season and "Stargate SG-1" star Michael Shanks ("Dr. Daniel Jackson") will appear as a special guest in episodes as well. [...]


[06.01.2008] Bei GameTrailers.com gibt es den Debut-Trailer zu "Stargate Worlds" für PC...

[05.10.2007] GBase.ch meldet...
Zuletzt sollte der Online-Shooter Stargate Worlds im 4. Quartal 2007 erscheinen. In einem Interview gab Entwickler Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment nun allerdings bekannt, dass erst Ende 2008 mit einer Fertigstellung zu rechnen sei. Immerhin soll es Anfang nächsten Jahres einen ersten Trailer geben.

[21.03.2007] Moviehole berichtet über einen alten Bekannten in "Stargate: Continuum"...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM) today announced that Richard Dean Anderson will be reprising his role as General Jack O'Neill for the Studio's upcoming "Stargate: Continuum".
Anderson will join cast members Ben Browder (Stargate SG-1's Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell) and Amanda Tapping (Lt. Col. Samantha Carter) in shooting on location in the sub-zero climate of the Arctic where the production is working in collaboration with the U.S. Navy's Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station (APLIS) for the week of March 23 through 29.
"We're thrilled to have Richard join us for Stargate: Continuum," said Brad Wright, co-creator of the "Stargate" franchise and writer/executive producer for the latest installment for the property. "As General Jack O'Neill, Richard brings both a sense of history and familiarity to the continuing adventures of the Stargate team. And we all recognize his value as the much-loved hero among the Stargate fan base."
In addition to the frigid outdoor environments, the filming will also involve U.S. Navy submarine USS Alexandria (SSN-757). Among the most visually stunning and dramatic scenes to be filmed at the location involves the submarine as it bursts through the ice and into the cold Arctic air with temperatures hovering around 50 degrees below zero.
As previously announced, "Stargate: Continuum" will shoot a variety of scenes on location in the Arctic ice, located approximately 200 nautical miles north of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. Martin Wood, Director of over 70 "Stargate SG-1" and "Stargate Atlantis" episodes, is confirmed to direct "Stargate: Continuum".
In January of this year, MGM made a commitment to continuing to the "Stargate" franchise by giving the green light to "Stargate: The Ark of Truth", which begins production on April 15 and "Stargate: Continuum" which will feature the epic ice camp scenes, and resumes filming on May 22. Written and produced by Brad Wright and Robert Cooper, "Stargate: The Ark of Truth" and "Stargate: Continuum" will include the following "Stargate SG-1" cast members: Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, Chris Judge, Claudia Black, with Beau Bridges and Michael Shanks.


[15.03.2007] CS! berichtet über "Stargate: Continuum", der auf DVD erscheinen soll...
MGM is teaming with the U.S. Navy to capture a series of bone chilling adventure scenes for the studio's upcoming "Stargate SG-1" direct-to-video, "Stargate: Continuum." Cast members, including Ben Browder ("Stargate SG1's" Lt. Colonel Cameron Mitchell) and Amanda Tapping (Lt. Col. Samantha Carter) will travel to the sub-zero climate of the Arctic to shoot at the Navy's Applied Physics Laboratory Ice Station (APLIS) for the week of March 23 through 29. Martin Wood, Director of over 70 "Stargate SG-1" and "Stargate Atlantis" episodes, is confirmed to direct "Stargate: Continuum."
"Stargate: Continuum," which is being co-financed by MGM and Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment, will shoot a variety of scenes on location in the Arctic ice, located approximately 200 nautical miles north of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska. In addition to the frigid outdoor environments, the filming will also involve U.S. Navy submarine USS Alexandria (SSN-757). Among the most visually stunning and dramatic scenes to be filmed at the location involves the submarine as it bursts through the ice and into the cold Arctic air with temperatures hovering around 50 degrees below zero. [...]


[16.01.2007] CS! berichtet über zwei "Stargate SG-1"-Filme, die auf DVD erscheinen sollen...
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Studios Inc. (MGM) announced today the extension of the hit "Stargate SG-1" franchise with two movies based on the popular series. Titled "Stargate: The Ark of Truth" and "Stargate: Continuum", the movies will both be made available to the television universe and home entertainment marketplace by MGM. The announcement was made by Charles Cohen, Senior Executive Vice President, MGM.
"'Stargate SG-1' is to MGM Television what the 'James Bond,' 'Pink Panther' and the 'Rocky' franchises are to our feature film unit," said Cohen. "We are committed to continuing to release new SG-1 content and its 'Stargate Atlantis' spin-off, and we're also steadfast in our dedication to extending the franchise. 'Stargate' is an indelible brand for MGM and we will support it well into the future."
With its high quality production values, long-term stability in the show's leadership and strong chemistry between the lead actors in the series, all of whom have big audience appeal, "Stargate SG-1" is the longest-running science-fiction series in U.S. TV history. The series has a strong worldwide fan base and can be seen in over 120 countries. "Stargate SG-1" cast members Ben Browder, Amanda Tapping, Christopher Judge, Claudia Black and Michael Shanks are confirmed to star in both movies. Written and produced by Brad Wright and Robert Cooper, the new movies will feature the latest visual and sound effects, providing viewers with a theatrical movie-going experience.
In the first movie, "Stargate: The Ark of Truth" will bring a conclusion to the primary storyline of the past two seasons of the SG-1 television series. More thrills and action-packed scenes are planned for this special event movie, which will be directed by Cooper. The suspense will end as fans will see the conclusion of the epic Ori saga.
In the second movie, "Stargate: Continuum" the SG-1 team is now free to embark on new and exciting adventures throughout the endless Stargate universe.
Below are the synopses for the new "Stargate" movies:
"Stargate: The Ark of Truth"
As SG-1 searches for an Ancient artifact which they hope can defeat the armies of the Ori, they learn more Ori ships are about to be sent through the supergate to launch a final assault on Earth. Daniel discovers that the artifact, the Ark of Truth, may be in the Ori home galaxy, and SG-1 embarks aboard the Odyssey to find it, and pre-empt the attack. The IOA has a plan of their own and SG-1 ends up in a distant galaxy fighting two powerful enemies.
"Stargate: Continuum"
While SG-1 attends the execution of Ba'al, the last of the goa'uld system lords, Teal'c and Vala inexplicably disappear into thin air. Carter, Daniel and Mitchell race back to a world where history has been changed: the Stargate program has been erased from the timeline. As they try to convince the authorities what's happened, a fleet of goa'uld motherships arrives in orbit, led by Ba'al, his queen, Katesh, (Vala) and his first prime, Teal'c. SG-1 must find the Stargate and set things right before the world is enslaved by the goa'uld.


[28.12.2006] DemoNews.de berichtet über das Aus für das Videospiel "Stargate SG-1: The Alliance"...
[...] Bereits vor vielen Monaten sollte der Action-Titel, der auf der beliebten TV-Serie basiert, erscheinen, doch dank eines Rechtsstreits zwischen Jowood und Entwickler Perception wurde die Produktion gestoppt. Der Lizenz-Inhaber MGM wollte das Projekt eigentlich weiterführen, jetzt meldet allerdings ein "anonymer Insider", dass Stargarte SG-1 definitiv nicht mehr erscheinen wird.
Der Grund sei, dass MGM kein Interesse mehr hätte, Geld für den Streit zwischen Jowood und Perception auszugeben, ebenfalls befindet sich aktuell Stargate Worlds in Arbeit, das ähnliche Features wie Stargate SG-1 besitzt. Weiterhin ist das technische Grundgerüst von Stargate SG-1 veraltet, so dass sich der Aufwand wohl nicht mehr lohnt.
Folglich möchte man sich auf das Online-Rollenspiel Stargate Worlds konzentrieren, das vermutlich 2008 in den Handel kommt.


[07.12.2006] CS! zitiert Beau Bridges bzgl. "Stargate"-Sequels...
[...] "They're talking about doing a couple of movies. I haven't actually signed on the dotted line, but there is talk about it," he told us. Bridges plays Major General Hank Landry on "Stargate SG-1."
While he hasn't actually seen a script and doesn't think the season will wrap up leading into the films, he does think the scripts are finished.
"Yes, I think they must be. Yes."
As far as what's coming up on the show, Bridges told us what to expect.
"You've got the dreaded Ori out there still attacking. There's a fun episode where I'm taking a bunch of people up to my mountain cabin for a little r & r and we're stuck out there alone with the col. and he's all upset. It's a good series... I think what sets 'Stargate SG-1' apart from other sci-fi series is the sense of humor. It makes people laugh and that combined with the regular sci-fi normal stuff works." [...]


[22.08.2006] Quint von AICN sprach mit Dean Devlin...
QUINT: [...] You mentioned on the panel that you finally have the rights back to make sequels to STARGATE. What was holding the rights up?
DEAN DEVLIN: It's not that the rights have cleared up. The previous regimes at MGM have been very wary about doing the sequel movies. There's a new group of people running MGM now and they're all big science fiction fans. So I've been talking about doing the sequels with them. There is no deal in place yet to make these films and we're only in the very early stages of discussion. But at least there seems to be genuine interest in continuing the franchise.
QUINT: Will the second film pick up with the same characters from the original, continuing that story?
DEAN DEVLIN: When Roland and I developed the original STARGATE film, we had always envisioned it as the first of a trilogy of movies. There was a larger mythology to tell and we've always wanted to finish telling the story we started.
The sequel would take place about 12 years after the original and would pick up with Daniel making a discovery that leads him back to Earth and the discovery of a new and different Stargate!
QUINT: Where are you currently with the development of the sequels?
DEAN DEVLIN: At the moment, we're only in discussions about the possibilities of doing it. [...]


[21.07.2006] CS! meldet...
Producer-writer Dean Devlin confirmed today at the San Diego Comic-Con that he is in talks with MGM Studios to shoot parts two and three to his original 1994 sci-fi film Stargate, which starred Kurt Russell and James Spader.
Devlin, speaking to the Comic-Con crowd about his next production, the World War I pilot drama Flyboys, said he has signed a multi-picture deal with MGM and wants the completion of his originally envisioned "Stargate" trilogy to be considered for those slots.
"I'd want the films to stay on track for what the original three were planned to be," said Devlin. "I'd want to let the series stand on their own." [...]
"We've always envisioned it as a trilogy," Devlin added later when talking directly to the press about the sequels. "'Stargate' was also supposed to be the first part of three. We had written all three, not the script, but the story, when we did the first one [...]
Devlin talked more about the story throughout the three films. "Our first movie was only trying to tap into Egyptian mythology. The second was to move into other mythologies. Then the third was to realize that all mythologies are actually tied together with a common thread that we haven't recognized before. So if you make it through all three, hopefully we're tying up all kinds of mysteries on our planet that makes one cohesive story. My hope is that the series could live as beginning when the third movie ends."


[21.07.2006] CS! meldet...
Producer-writer Dean Devlin confirmed today at the San Diego Comic-Con that he is in talks with MGM Studios to shoot parts two and three to his original 1994 sci-fi film Stargate, which starred Kurt Russell and James Spader.
Devlin, speaking to the Comic-Con crowd about his next production, the World War I pilot drama Flyboys, said he has signed a multi-picture deal with MGM and wants the completion of his originally envisioned "Stargate" trilogy to be considered for those slots.
"I'd want the films to stay on track for what the original three were planned to be," said Devlin. "I'd want to let the series stand on their own." [...]
"We've always envisioned it as a trilogy," Devlin added later when talking directly to the press about the sequels. "'Stargate' was also supposed to be the first part of three. We had written all three, not the script, but the story, when we did the first one [...]
Devlin talked more about the story throughout the three films. "Our first movie was only trying to tap into Egyptian mythology. The second was to move into other mythologies. Then the third was to realize that all mythologies are actually tied together with a common thread that we haven't recognized before. So if you make it through all three, hopefully we're tying up all kinds of mysteries on our planet that makes one cohesive story. My hope is that the series could live as beginning when the third movie ends."


[30.06.2006] DemoNews.de meldet...
Anfang des Jahres kündigte Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment das Online-Rollenspiel Stargate Worlds an, welches auf der beliebten TV-Serie SG1 basieren wird.
Zahlreiche Features sind geplant, so zum Beispiel die Möglichkeit, in SG-Teams gemeinsam Galaxien zu erkunden. Dank einer hochwertigen KI darf man selbst entscheiden, ob man mit menschlichen Freunden oder Bots Abenteuer besteht. Diverse Charakter-Klassen sind ebenfalls vorgesehen.
Die Entwickler haben sich das Ziel gesetzt, sowohl Kämpfe gegen KI-gesteuerte Kreaturen (PvE) als auch Auseinandersetzungen mit anderen menschlichen Gruppen (PvP) gleichmäßig zu verteilen, d.h. keine Spielart soll favorisiert werden. Die Missionen sollen sich zudem wir eine TV-Episode spielen und Quests darf man zudem auf verschiedene Art und Weise lösen. Reisen finden über die bekannten Portale statt, auf Planeten wird man sich allerdings zu Fuß fortbewegen.
In einem Interview auf Shacknews verriet ein Mitarbeiter von Cheyenne Mountain Entertainment, dass man die Unreal 3 - Grafikengine verwenden wird und ebenfalls die Funktionalitäten von DirectX 10 ausnutzen möchte. Zugleich erwähnte er, dass ein Release in diesem Jahr ausgeschlossen ist.


[17.02.2006] Gamezone meldet...
Gestern abend wurde überraschend die Website des neuen Stargate: Worlds MMORPG geöffnet. Bislang gab es so gut wie keine Informationen zu diesem Titel, doch nun findet ihr auf der Homepage diverse Konzepte und ein Forum, in dem sich bald die Stargate Fans tummeln sollen.
Nachdem der FPS Shooter zu Stargate ersteinmal auf Eis gelegt wurde, gab es viele Aktionen und Reaktionen der Fans. So startete beispielsweise eine Petition. Nun, durch das bekannt werden des Spiels, werden sich sicherlich einige Stargate Fans freuen, auch wenn das Spiel noch lange in der Entwicklung stecken wird. [...]


[26.10.2005] CS! meldet...
SCI FI Channel has ordered new seasons of its hit original series, Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis. Production on both 20-episode seasons is slated to begin in early 2006 for summer premieres on SCI FI.
Heading into an incredible tenth original season, Stargate SG-1 is now the longest-running sci-fi drama in American television history, outlasting The X-Files, The Twilight Zone and every iteration of "Star Trek". And the series is stronger than ever. The first half of "SG-1"'s ninth season has averaged 2.4 million viewers per week.
Stargate Atlantis, cable television's first successful drama spin-off, has been renewed for its third original season. A pulse-pounding action adventure, "Atlantis" took the original premise of Stargate -- instantaneous travel to different worlds through an ancient portal -- and introduced a brand new team and sinister new enemies that pose a threat to humankind throughout the universe. A bona fide hit, the show has averaged over 2.3 million viewers a week for the first half of its sophomore season.
"SG-1" co-creator Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper will return as executive producers on both series.
Stargate SG-1 is produced by Double Secret Productions, in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. and Sony Pictures Television. Stargate Atlantis is produced by Acme Shark, in association with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Inc. and Sony Pictures Television.
The one-two punch of the 'Stargates,' coupled with the critically-acclaimed Battlestar Galactica, have made SCI FI Channel cable's #1 destination for young adults on Friday nights. New episodes of the entire 'SCI FI Friday' lineup will return to SCI FI in January 2006.


[25.05.2005] Bei Game-Basis gibt es den E3-Trailer zum PC-Spiel "Stargate SG-1: The Alliance", welches Ende 2005 erscheinen soll...

Stargate Kommando SG 1 - Season 1 Box (5 DVDs) [16.11.2004] CS! meldet...
The Sci Fi Channel has ordered new seasons of its highest-rated and most successful original series, Stargate Atlantis and Stargate SG-1, from MGM Television Entertainment. Production on both 20-episode seasons is set to begin in March 2005 for Summer premieres on Sci Fi.
Stargate Atlantis exploded onto the scene in July 2004, delivering over 4.2 million viewers and shattering every previous ratings record for a Sci Fi series. Reprising their roles for season two will be Joe Flanigan, Torri Higginson, David Hewlett, Rainbow Sun Francks, Rachel Luttrell and Paul McGillion.
As Stargate SG-1 returns for a ninth original season, it ties The X-Files as the longest-running sci-fi drama series on American television. MGM is currently in negotiations with the original cast for their return.
Robert C. Cooper and "SG-1" co-creator Brad Wright will continue to serve as executive producers on both series, which are distributed by MGM Worldwide Television Distribution.
New episodes of "SG-1" and "Atlantis" return in January, 2005 along with the series premiere of Battlestar Galactica.


[01.09.2004] Bei Moviehole gibt es Infos zu einem weiteren "Stargate"-Kinofilm...
Sounds like another "Stargate" film might happen after all.
A couple of years back, the Emmerich/Devlin team announced that they had an idea for another "Stargate" film - one that would probably bring back Kurt Russell - but they ultimately scrapped the idea. "Stargate 2" would have shown the connection between the Egyptian pyramids and the Mayan pyramids. A second sequel, "Stargate 3" was also on the drawing board. It was going to connect every myth on Earth, from yeti to the Loch Ness monster. Suffice to say, both films fell apart.
Now, seems the sequel plans are back on, but for something on a much smaller scale - direct to DVD - starring the cast of the "Stargate" TV show, not the earlier film.
GateWorld says "The show's cast and crew ["Stargate SG-1"] have mentioned the project at more than one convention over the past few weeks, and co-executive producer Joseph Mallozzi confirmed to GateWorld that the project is currently being considered -- but isn't a sure thing yet. The story currently being considered is set in the show's second season. Actor Christopher Judge told fans at July's Vulkon convention that he's interested to see how they will get the cast looking like they did six years ago."
A film version of the "Stargate SG-1" TV Show was mulled a year or so back. A Script was even written. What ended up happening though is they decided not to push ahead with a feature film and adapted the script to be a two-part season finale.


[03.03.2004] Bei CS! gibt es neue Infos zu "Stargate: Atlantis", inkl. Bild der Hauptcharaktere...
Casting has been completed on Sci Fi Channel's new original series, Stargate Atlantis. Joe Flanigan leads the cast of heroes, who will undertake humanity's greatest -- and most dangerous -- mission yet. "Atlantis" will debut with a two-hour premiere in July '04, which will feature cross-over appearances by members of the Stargate SG-1 team.
Following its premiere, 18 additional original episodes of "Atlantis" will air during the show's regular Friday night 10 p.m. ET/PT slot, as a companion series to the all-new eighth season of Stargate SG-1, giving sci-fi fans a double dose of "Stargate" adventures. [...]


[08.01.2004] Bei FilmJerk.com gibt es neue Infos zu "Stargate: Atlantis"...

[09.12.2003] Laut FilmJerk.com beginnen die Dreharbeiten zur Spin-Off TV-Serie "Stargate: Atlantis" im Februar 2004 in Vancouver, wobei Dr. Elizabeth Weir durch eine andere Darstellerin verkörpert werden wird...
[...] "Stargate: Atlantis" follows an international team of scientists and military personnel representing Earth who have ventured to a newly discovered and abandoned Ancient City on a distant planet in the Pegasus Galaxy. From there, they encounter a whole new Stargate network that leads to numerous human populated worlds. They will also come to face a sinister new enemy called the Wraith who is even more powerful than the Ancients who were originally being sought. [...]
The series will debut as a two-hour movie in summer 2004, featuring appearances by certain members of the SG-1 team. Following its premiere, "Stargate: Atlantis" will assume a regular hourly slot, scheduled as a companion series to "Stargate SG-1." The Sci-Fi has commissioned a 20-episode order for the series. [...]


[21.11.2003] CS! meldet...
The Sci Fi Channel [...] has greenlit 20 hours (including a two-hour opener) of Stargate Atlantis, a project in development for the last year and a sequel to Sci Fi's hit series Stargate SG-1. [...]
"Atlantis" starts shooting early next year for a summer kickoff. When "Atlantis" begins on the schedule, it will be paired with "SG-1." Casting is now under way on "Atlantis."


[31.07.2003] IGN FilmForce meldet...
[...] MGM intends to end SG-1 at the close of season eight, and to use it as a lead-in for a second Stargate film, based on SG-1. Movie fans who prefer the original film to the television series may be disheartened; Stargate is possibly one of the best science fiction films made since Star Wars, and director Dean Devlin has said on occasion that he'd love to do a sequel along the same lines as the first, if only MGM would let him.

[19.07.2003] DH meldet...
TV Guide confirms that even though Season 7 has just begun, Sci-Fi has greenlit an eigth for airing next year whilst Season 7 will feature a two-parter to launch the Atlantis spin-off series.

[03.04.2003] Phantastik.de meldet...
Der amerikanische "Sci-Fi Channel" hat mehrere Projekte fuer die Season 2004-2005 bekanntgegeben, u.a. [...] auch fuer die "Stargate SG-1"-Ablegerserie "Stargate: Atlantis" [...], ueberhaupt hat der Sender damit erstmals bestaetigt, dass ein solches Projekt in der Mache ist.
Laut "Cinescape" wird in dieser Serie klar, dass die Bewohner des untergegangenen Atlantis die Erbauer des "Stargate"-Systems sind. Ein Team wird daraufhin in ein fernes Universum vordringen, in dem eine primitive menschliche Zivilisation durch einen boesen neuen Feind bedroht wird. Ob Darsteller der ersten TV-Serie auch in dem Spin-off taetig werden, ist derweil noch unklar.


[12.02.2003] Der SF-Infodienst meldet...
[...] Im April ist es endlich soweit: RTL II zeigt ab Mittwoch, den 2. April 2003 die sechste Staffel in deutscher Erstausstrahlung!
Als "Stargate SG-1", wie die Serie im Original heißt, nach der fünften Staffel in den USA vom Kabelsender Showtime zum SciFi-Channel wechselte, vermuteten viele, daß dies das baldige Ende des SG-1 Teams bedeuten würde. Doch wider Erwarten schadete auch der Ausstieg von Michaels Shanks alias Dr. Daniel Jackson am Ende der fünften Staffel der Serie nicht. Corin Nemec (manchem vielleicht noch als "Parker Lewis" bekannt) lebte sich schnell als neuer Mitglied bei Stargate SG-1 ein und man nutzte den Wechsel zum SciFi-Channel auch dazu, um mehr in der Handlung Gas zu geben und viele hervorragende Episoden zu produzieren. Und in der mittlerweile beschlossenen 7. Staffel wird auch Michael Shanks wieder als Daniel Jackson in die Serie zurückkehren.


[31.10.2002] Phantastik.de meldet...
Offenbar ist immer noch keine Entscheidung bezueglich einer siebten Season von "Stargate SG-1" gefallen! MGM hat laut "SF-Wire" ein entsprechendes Geruecht dementiert, in England haette jemand auf einem Con Informationen verbreitet, die siebte Season sei in trockenen Tuechern. Tatsaechlich seien MGM und der Sci-Fi-Channel immer noch in Verhandlungen bezueglich einer siebten Season.

[22.08.2002] Bei GateWorld.net gibt es jede Menge Infos zum Zeichentrick-Ableger "Stargate Infinity"...

[20.08.2002] GateWorld.net räumte kürzlich mit den Gerüchten auf: Noch ist der "SG-1"-Film nicht gestorben !!!

[19.07.2002] GateWorld.net meldet...
[...] Wright said that the script for the SG-1 feature film (written by Wright and Cooper) has been submitted to MGM, and a rewrite is already in progress. "MGM has received it very well," he said, "though we're already embarking on a re-write based on their notes. We haven't yet received a green light." [...]

[09.07.2002] CS! meldet...
Columnists Marilyn Beck and Stacy Jenel Smith talked to Stargate SG-1 series star Richard Dean Anderson who says that this will likely be his last season on the show.
Anderson, who will be shooting the series in Vancouver until October, has promised the producers that he will make himself available for the proposed MGM feature-film version of the adventure series -- which is itself a spinoff of the 1994 Kurt Russell feature.
Anderson sees that feature spinning off into other "Stargate"-related series. But not with him. "I've always been far more comfortable out of doors, on a river, in the mountains, skiing," he says. And the way he's plotting his future, you'll be finding him far away from soundstages, spending his time on exotic real-life adventures.


[20.06.2002] CS! meldet...
Stargate co-creator Dean Devlin told Cinescape magazine he's ready to make a second and third film. Apparently the decision by MGM to make the first film in 1994 and then the TV show caused a riff between Devlin/Emmerich and the studio.
"Tell all the fans to write to MGM," Devlin said. "I'm ready to make part two and three anytime. I have the stories. It's all worked out. The actors want to do it. We just need MGM to say yes. Write, call, get on their website, get them to do it and I'll be the first one in line to do it."


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