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Just how would that Stargate Atlantis movie have played out? Writer and http://www.blogger.com/img/blank.gif executive producer Joseph Mallozzi described the script’s opening scenes to readers on his blog a few months ago (story). Now he’s offered up a few more details on the storyline that would have taken the city of the Ancients back to the Pegasus Galaxy.
Mallozzi previously revealed that Stargate: Extinction would have opened with Atlantis relocated from its landing site in the San Francisco Bay (“Enemy At the Gate”) to the far side of the Moon, away from prying eyes. But the Ancients programmed an automated self-destruct should the city ever be taken out of Pegasus — which activates, prompting the team to fire up the stardrive and make a mad dash home.
“It’s time to get the band back together,” Mallozzi continued, “and we check in with our various team members as they are called up and beamed away for the return journey: Teyla and her family, Keller, Beckett, Lorne, Zelenka and, of course, Sheppard and Ronon who are plucked away while receiving treatment at a local hospital following a barroom brawl (we went back and incorporated the scar actor Jason Momoa received following an incident near his L.A. home). Once everyone has assembled, McKay gives them the 411.
“Given the time constraints they face, they have to get back to Pegasus as quickly as possible — meaning they’ll have to use the wormhole drive again. Zelenka calculates that two jumps should do it.
“And they’re off. Sort of. The first jump ends up burning out the drive, rendering it useless and leaving them stranded with the countdown click ticking down. However, a scan of the surrounding plants turns up a habitable world within range. They go there seeking help and, instead, end up involved in a wild time-travel themed adventure in which Todd, the Wraith, turns out to be, simultaneously, their hugest threat and biggest ally.”
Stargate: Extinction was announced by MGM and Syfy Channel in 2008, and scripted by Mallozzi and Paul Mullie. Financial issues forced the studio to put the film on the back burner. After MGM passed through bankruptcy and took on new CEOs at the end of 2010, hopes for Extinction were ended.
There are still hopes that the studio might allow a publisher to turn the script into a novel or comic book, but so far MGM hasn’t made any plans known — not even to Mallozzi. Stay tuned to GateWorld for any future developments.
Why do all good things come to an end? Don’t know the answer? Even I don’t know. Fans of StarGate Atlantis series simply loved all the action packed and adventurous episodes of it. I can hardly take out of my mind the flying ships, the galaxy, aliens and worm holes.
No one can ever forget that Stargate Atlantis episodes were based upon the adventure and action of Lt. Colonel John Sheppard (Joe Flanigan) and his team who explore planets in Pegasus galaxy. They use Stargate, alien device and they find city Atlantis, made by Ancients. They fight back their enemy Wraith and Atlantis residents. All the episodes were full of adventure.
I still remember the Stargate Atlantis Season 5 finale episode which was aired on 9th January 2009 with title “Enemy at the Gate”. It was the final episode of the series and it was also 100th episode of the series. In this episode we saw Lt Colonel Sheppard’s team fight against Wraith’s new Hive ship powered by the Zero Point Modules. And how brave Lt. Colonel Sheppard breaks into the ship and plants a nuclear weapon which later explodes the ship. A proper ending given to the series with the team enjoying the view of Golden Gate Bridge.
After the series end all its cast went ahead with their new projects. Like Joe Flanigan, Colonel John Sheppard of Stargate Atlantis series, will be soon seen in “Ferocious Planet” as Colonel Sam Synn and also in “Good Day For it”. Fans of Rodney McKay of the series can find him in movie “Rise of the Planet of Apes” as Hunsiker. He can also be seen on small screen in series “Hellcats” as Dr.Eagan and in “Stargate: Universe” as Dr.Rodney McKay.
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Well, it seems the death of SGU has taken another casualty with it. The planned Stargate: Atlantis film known around fan circles as Stargate: Extinction was planned as another straight-to-dvd film in the franchise, and the first revolving around the crew if Atlantis.
Executive producer Joseph Mallozzi took to his blog to answer fan questions and shared the news.
“I’m sorry to say but the cancellation puts the brakes on whatever progress the ‘SGA’ movie had made in the past month, shelving it indefinitely,” Mallozzi wrote.
“The cancellation of ‘SGU’ is very bad news for those looking forward to an ‘Atlantis’ movie,” he said.
There is going to be a bridge moment for Atlantis fans in the upcoming back nine episodes of SGU that will air before the show ends indefinitely. In the planned episode, Rodney McKay returns, whereas actor David Hewlett will reprise his beloved character.
This is more sad news for Stargate fans and one that was expected with the cancellation not only of the series, but also the continued financial woes of MGM and the observation that Syfy wants nothing to do with programs that aren’t fully theirs. I for one think this is the final blow to Stargate for awhile.
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A bit of criminal justice news today in Los Angeles that will interest fans of “Stargate Atlantis” and Jason Momoa, who played Ronon Dex on the SyFy series for 78 episodes and reprises the role in the upcoming made-for-TV film “Stargate: Extinction.” Our sister blog L.A. Now reports that the man who attacked Momoa at a local bar last year has been sentenced. There’s an excerpt below.
A man who struck one of the stars of the TV show “Stargate Atlantis” in the face with a beer glass — and left the actor needing 140 stitches — pleaded no contest to assault with a deadly weapon and was sentenced to five years in state prison.
In addition, Dominic Bando admitted an allegation of great bodily injury to actor Jason Momoa, according to Deputy Dist. Atty. Guillermo Santiso.
The Fifth Season
Stargate Atlantis is a spin-off series from the popular science fiction television series Stargate SG-1. “Atlantis” is set in the Pegasus Galaxy, a remote corner of the universe, where a new team of scientists and military personnel follow leads about the ancients and face a new terrible foe called the Wraith. The spin-off series has been quite successful and later this year will begin airing its fourth season. For more details about this series, please refer to DVD Talk’s reviews of the pilot episode, season one, season two, season three, and season four.
Season five of Stargate Atlantis is the final season. The host network officially announced its end during season five’s airing. Personally, after a rather lackluster fourth season, I was ready to give up on the show. However, since I had invested so much in the series and the original, I watched season five as it aired. For the most part, I had to force myself through it. The Stargate magic was lost since season three and while season five was better than season four, I never got into it and was not disappointed when it was cancelled. The show had a good run, but it was past its prime. Despite, season five has some good episodes and developments about the wraith story arc, albeit there weren’t enough. Overall, season five is best reserved for the most hardcore fans.
Interest is peaked thanks to “Stargate: Universe,” and the scripts have been written, but it may be some time until the next Stargate films come to life on DVD.
According to SciFi Wire, “Stargate: Universe” executive producer Robert C. Cooper has penned film scripts for both “Stargate SG-1″ and “Stargate: Atlantis” but with all efforts being placed on the launch of the new television series this fall, production of these have been put on hold.
“We’re ready to go,” Cooper said. “We’re just waiting for the right opportunity.”
In the past, “Stargate SG-1” straight-to-DVD films were a lucrative venture, with “Continuum” and “The Ark of Truth” boasting solid sales. The industry has been hit hard financially, posing a challenge to any new productions in the once-successful DVD premiere market.
“We want to be successful with it,” Cooper explained. “The studio wants to be successful, and we really don’t want to proceed with something in the wrong climate, which I think financially it is right now.”
Fans of the Stargate franchise can be assured that these films not being produced will in no way affect this fall’s newest television offering, “Stargate: Universe”, as they are intended to be stand alone features.
“The ‘Atlantis’ one takes place shortly after the end of season five,” he explained. “‘SG-1′ … takes place sometime in an intermediary period when the SG-1 movies left off and when Universe began.”
The two-hour “Stargate: Universe” premiere airs Oct. 2 on Syfy.
Who would have thought the movie Stargate would turn into such an enormous franchise. It all began with the 1994 movie that starred Kurt Russell and James Spader, which became a monumental hit at the box office. Next up was Stargate SG-1, the television spin-off, which led to books, video games, comic books and subsequent television series, one of which was called Stargate: Atlantis. On June 30th, MGM Home Entertainment will bring you the final piece of the Stargate: Atlantis collection, the show’s final season on DVD.
Stargate: Atlantis began as a spin-off of Stargate SG-1. Two of the characters, Dr. Rodney McKay (David Hewlett) and Dr. Elizabeth Weir (Torri Higginson), were featured in both series. The military forces and civilian scientists that make up the Atlantis expedition travel to the Pegasus galaxy in search of the Lost City of Atlantis. Upon their arrival the team befriends the native Ancients but must fight a powerful enemy called the Wraith. Most of seasons one through four focus on their battle with the Wraith. In season five the leader of the Atlantis expedition, Colonel Samantha Carter (Amanda Tapping), is replaced by Richard Woolsey (Robert Picardo). Teyla (Rachel Luttrell) has just given birth to Torren John and must balance her duties as a warrior and a mother. We also see the introduction of a group of Asgard who experiment on humans to prolong their lives.
The Stargate: Atlantis Season 5 DVD comes in a five-disc set. Those five discs contain all 20 episodes some of which come with optional commentary. You also get two DVD-exclusive extended episodes of “Vegas” and “Enemy at the Gate.” The list of featurettes includes “Mission Directive: Search and Rescue with Andy Mikita and Martin Gero,” “Showdown! Ronan v. Tyre,” “Bringing the Seed to Life,” “Mission Directive: Whispers with William Waring and Joseph Mallozzi,” “Tricks of the Trade: Submerging the Stargate,” “Joe Flanigan: A Conversation with the Colonel,” “Mission Directive: Tracker with William Waring and Carl Binder,” “Dr. Jackson Goes to Atlantis,” “Building a Humanoid with James Robbins and Martin Gero,” “Mission Directive: Brain Storm with Martin Gero,” “The Life and Death of Michael Kenmore,” “Stargate Atlantis Goes To Vegas” and “Inside the Stargate Costume Department.” There are also five photo galleries and two sets of deleted scenes.
The franchise is successful, so, odds are, any sci-fi fan will enjoy this DVD set. I may be skipping out on dropping the cash for this one personally, but spending the $49.98 on a belated Father’s Day gift is a possibility.
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Season: 5 Â Â Â Â Episodes: 20Â Â Â Â First Aired: 1/9/2009 Â Â Â Â Prod Code: 519
Todd informs Atlantis that a rogue Wraith has acquired several Z.P.M.’s to power a formidable new Hive ship. When the Daedalus engages it in battle but is unable to defeat it, the team gets a message indicating it is headed to Earth.
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Writers: Joseph Mallozzi,Â Paul Mullie
Director: Andy Mikita
Stars: Â Â Â Â Jewel Staite (Dr. Jennifer Keller)
Joe Flanigan (Major/Lt. Colonel John Sheppard)
Rachel Luttrell (Teyla Emmagan)
Jason Momoa (Ronon Dex)
David Hewlett (Dr. Rodney McKay)
Robert Picardo (Richard Woolsey)