A Stargate big screen trilogy is a done deal.
Writer and producer Dean Devlin says that now that Stargate franchise has wound down on TV, he’s still interested in pursuing sequels to the original movie.
Fans holding out hope for an SGU movie to wrap-up the series will be disappointed to hear what producer Brad Wright told this weekend’s Official Stargate Convention in Vancouver, British Columbia. Fans of the franchise will also be disheartened as well.
Looks like the series finale of SGU will be the last Stargate we’ll see for a while.
While Stargate Universe may have seen its run cut short by Syfy, actor David Hewlett says he doesn’t think this is the end for the Stargate franchise.
BEING HUMAN: (Monday, March 28, 9:00 ET) — “Going Dutch”
STARGATE: UNIVERSE: (Monday, March 28, 10:00 ET) — “Hope”
As “Stargate: Universe” gears up for its final ten episodes, producer Brad Wright says that fans can expect the series to pull out all the stops, starting with tonight’s episode, “Deliverance.”
“I’m pretty happy with the whole back 10,” he tells Blastr “I think we come back from the break very, very strong, with some really, really moving episodes and actually some big action stuff. ‘Deliverance,’ which is the second part of the two-parter, has a ton of action in it.”