23 Facts About Stargate


Stargate is a military science fiction media franchise based on the film directed by Roland Emmerich, which he co-wrote with producer Dean Devlin.

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The franchise began with the film Stargate, released on October 28,1994, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer and Carolco, which grossed US$197million worldwide.

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The US Stargate Command is represented as having a higher level of civilization and a lower level of technology during conflicts, rarely preventing the Goa'uld from dominating planets.

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In 1994, the military science fiction feature film Stargate was released, directed by Roland Emmerich and co-written by Emmerich and Dean Devlin.

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Stargate was in talks with MGM to produce four films and he wanted two of them to be the final two films in his envisioned Stargate trilogy.

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Stargate talked about the idea again in a new interview with Collider.

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Stargate's hope was, as the series started to wind down, that perhaps it would be time to actually get to do parts two and three.

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The Stargate Command setting was transferred from a fictional military facility located in Creek Mountain, to the Cheyenne Mountain Complex.

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Stargate Atlantis was a spin-off television series from Stargate SG-1.

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Stargate Universe is the third live-action Stargate series, and premiered on October 2,2009.

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Stargate: The Ark of Truth is a direct-to-DVD movie written and directed by Robert C Cooper.

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Stargate: Continuum is a direct-to-DVD movie written by Brad Wright and directed by Martin Wood.

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Stargate: Children of the Gods is a direct-to-DVD movie written by Jonathan Glassner and Brad Wright and directed by Mario Azzopardi.

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The working title for the film, Stargate: Revolution was revealed by Joseph Mallozzi in his blog.

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Stargate confirmed that the proposed Stargate SG-1 and Atlantis movies have been permanently shelved, along with another movie idea he had been trying to get a greenlight on that would have involved cast members of all three series.

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In July 2017, a web series called Stargate Origins was announced at a San Diego Comic Con Panel celebrating the franchise's 20th anniversary.

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Stargate Infinity is an American animated science fiction television series created by Eric Lewald and Michael Maliani as a spin-off from its sister show, Stargate SG-1.

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Stargate escaped from Stargate Command after the hostile alien race Tlak'kahn attacked the SGC to find the chrysalis.

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Stargate Infinity premiered in September 2002 as part of 4Kids Entertainment's FOX BOX Saturday morning line-up on FOX and went off the air in June 2003.

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Stargate confirmed that whilst things were progressing, the industry shutdown during the coronavirus pandemic was slowing aspects of the development.

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Stargate SG-1 has won the Saturn Award for Best Syndicated Television Series on numerous occasions, and its cast has won similar awards for acting.

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In 2010 Stargate was estimated to have injected $1 billion in to the economy of British Columbia.

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The official Stargate Magazine, produced by Titan Publishing, began publishing short stories written by Fandemonium authors in their 8th issue.

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