We’ve known that Roland Emmerich has been planning on continuing his 1994 film Stargate for a while, but while chatting with the press about Independence Day: Resurgence, he and producer Dean Devlin have been dropping some more hints about what’s next for the franchise.
It was never in the cards that the rebooted/reinvigorated Stargate movies would keep all of the continuity from the TV shows. And that’s a shame, since the TV franchise did a lot more with the premise than anyone could have expected.
Cosplayer Nyima-chan loses Stargate cosplay points for not dressing as James Spader. And...look, that's about the only negative I could find about this entire thing, which from the concept to the execution is just terrific.
Working, in that you can set the dials to rotate as you choose — not in that it will help you jump across the solar system. (Yet.)
We've seen many things built in Minecraft, but not all of them are functional. This Stargate actually spins, encodes chevrons, and most importantly, has a big watery explosion after the critical "Chevron 7 locked!"
Most heroes get a facelift every decade or so, to keep them from showing their age. The longer an epic saga goes on, the greater the chances you'll see everything start over from scratch. But not everybody succumbs to the Etch-a-Sketch urge. Here are 10 epic storylines that have never had a reboot. Ever.
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Stargate Golf Teal'c's Revenge, here's a teaser trailer for Stargate SG-1: Unleashed. Calling itself an "Interactive Adventure", the game was first revealed (sort of) last November by a pair of tweets from former Stargate: SG-1 actors Amanda Tapping and Michael Shanks (via …
After several months as not much more than a guided tour and a terrible round of golf, Arkalis Interactive's Stargate Command app finally gets its game on, and that game is Infinity Blade, more or less.
For a movie/series with such a cult following, you'd think Stargate would have been better served by the world of video games, but nope. Fans have long been left wanting. Which is probably why a bunch of them have been modding the original Crysis for four years to make their own.
After the announcement that Syfy was not interested in 3rd season ofStargate Universe, internet rumors have been popping up all over claiming that SGU is far from dead (mostly fostered by the show creators themselves). Can SGU live again?