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.
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Seeking to prolong the magic of the popular science fiction television series, Arkalis Interactive gets the original Stargate SG-1 gang together for one last big score. Having a cohesive cast of season actors voicing familar characters is great. Having a cohesive game would have been better.