It’s hard to believe that, 20 years ago this week, the little sci-fi flick Stargate opened and went on to bank a solid, but not spectacular, box-office haul.
If you’ve been jonesing for the good ol’ days when Stargate Atlantis was a staple of the TV schedule, we have some good news — two of the show's stars have reunited for a new indie sci-fi flick.
Star Trek’s Connor Trinneer has revealed how much liberty he was afforded in bringing Commander Charles "Trip" Tucker III to life on Enterprise. The words "rope" and "hang" came up.
When Stargate Atlantis was axed in 2009, plans for a TV movie meant to wrap up the series were left hanging in the wind. Until now ... kind of. Hopefully.
Before Dave Bautista locked down the role of Drax in Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy, sci-fi vet Jason Momoa (Game of Thrones) was up for the gig.
Remember that Blade Runner-ish web series State of Syn we told you about, which was made up mostly of former Stargate stars? Well, its audience is about to get a lot bigger.
The franchise might not be on the air anymore these days, but Stargate still has a boatload of fans — and can still inspire some awesome gift ideas this holiday season.
Have you been missing the old Stargate Atlantis gang? Good news! Some of the cast is back together for an intriguing new sci-fi web series.
Jason Momoa has played Ronon Dex, Conan, and Khal Drogo. So no one's dumb enough to get into a slap fight with him, right? Oops.
Sure, we all know that Ben Browder stepped in to lead SG-1 during the show’s last few years — but he was apparently supposed to anchor another Stargate show first.