Stargate movie producer Dean Devlin wants to turn his original 1994 film into a trilogy, and recently stated his desire to get the project going (story) — which may be a real possibility, in the light of the TV series’ end and MGM’s new management.
“The irony is, of all the things I’ve ever done, the only thing that was ever planned to be a trilogy was Stargate,” Devlin said. “And for a variety of reasons we were never allowed to do Parts 2 and 3. A lot of things have changed, they’re not doing the series any more — so we’re really hoping that we’ll get a chance to tell that trilogy again, now.
“We’re having a lot of conversations. I don’t know if I can pull it off. But nothing would make me happier than to finally get to tell that complete story.
“We had three movies that we wanted to tell. You have to remember, the first movie was done independently. It wasn’t made by MGM. We raised that money out of France and did the movie independently. And, literally, our financiers got cold feet just before the movie came out and then they sold it to MGM. So that’s why it’s been all
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