Page 3 of 79 FirstFirst 1234561353 ... LastLast
Results 41 to 60 of 1580
  1. #41
    Second Lieutenant NickEast's Avatar
    Member Since
    Feb 2012
    Location
    The real Atlantis
    Posts
    453

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by GateWorld View Post
    The issue isn't the licensing of Origins but of all the other shows and films. Broadcasters, streaming services, and/or distributors in your country have deals already set with certain terms and conditions we don't know about. Depending on the terms of that contract, MGM may not have the legal right to allow you to watch (say) SG-1 on Stargate Command.

    We don't know ... but it likely has nothing to do with Origins.

    Your argument could be that they should offer you Origins and all of the site's bonus content without the ability to stream shows that have their rights tied up elsewhere. It would be complicated, and difficult to market where All-Access includes different content depending on where you live. So I'd understand why MGM might not want to go down that path. But you could argue for it.
    At least here in the Netherlands Stargate isn't shown anywhere. The only way to get it is to buy the DVDs. Even if some channel does have broadcast rights, couldn't MGM revoke them? I mean, Disney did that with their material on Netflix in favor of their own streaming service.

    And why does Germany have access and not its neighbors? What's the difference?

  2. #42
    Colonel Elite Anubis Guard's Avatar
    Member Since
    Oct 2004
    Location
    England
    Posts
    6,430

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Just because something isn't currently being shown doesn't mean there isn't still a deal in place. And MGM isn't CBS. Star Trek isn't Stargate. One's shows deals doesn't equate to another's. It's not like-for-like. It's just not that simple. You are not in possession of the entire truth. I am not. To call absolutes is pointless. I think you're just looking too hard to find some sort of affront to yourself. Also, nice job on telling the admin he's giving you BS!

    Stargate Destiny - Coming Again Soon

  3. #43
    Colonel Elite Anubis Guard's Avatar
    Member Since
    Oct 2004
    Location
    England
    Posts
    6,430

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Related, from the front page >> Source: Stargate Origins Will Reopen The Franchise

    Stargate Destiny - Coming Again Soon

  4. #44
    Lieutenant Colonel Platschu's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2005
    Location
    King's Lynn, UK
    Posts
    4,567

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    I still believe in Stargate that it could be bigger than even Star Trek. The gate system is such a cool idea to introduce instant adventures to unknown worlds that I don't understand why MGM is hesitating. Star Trek or Star Wars can't give this feeling that you can step through an ancient gate and you arrive to an alien world on the other side. Nowadays only the creativity (and budget and the invested production time) can hold back writers' hands.

    All what we need is a better planning. So they should start a spinoff when they established the characters and what they would like to achive with them. Somehow I felt that they were rushing with Atlantis characters too and then they didn't know what to do with Ford or Teyla in long term. So I really hope we get a new spinoff, but then I would like to see more character development and pure discovery and adventures.

    It is also challenging to introduce new alien races to this universe, because you should carefully explain where they have been in the past, why they haven't revealed themselves or if they don't return then why do they shut down their own gate.

    If you write a war story then the gate system can also change the battles. Nowadays everybody is flying with armada of ships through the space, but it is not logical if you have a direct gate connection. But I understand that the area of the gate is such a narrow place that you can't establish a frontline there, because it is not a line just a square maybe around the gate. So you can conquer a planet if you hold the gate, while you can land anywhere else on a planet with ships.

    Every gate can also dial any other gate so that is the reason that I felt that the traditional "empires" shouldn't exist in the SG universe. Maybe they can controll a few worlds where the gates are near each other, but since they can dial the other side of the galaxy any time, then it is not worth of introducing border arguements.

    So if I would start a new MW based spinoff then I would introduce a few gate related discoveries. There should be some local groups or local defense systems (like an alien race upgrade the old MW gates with own technology to be used only by them or to start to plant them in space etc.). Or some "master gates" which has got some unique skills in the whole network. Or a civilization could build smaller stargates on the same planet as a transport system, but they use only the "main gate" to contact other planets. There are so many options... That is the reason I was happy to see Merlin's inner gate system in season 10, because such moves could shake up things. And since they introduced the 9 chevrons in Universe, I doubt that they used it only to dial Destiny. A new spin off could develop more 9 chevron related discoveries.

    Not to mention that they called all gates in the replicator war, so who knows how the sleeping / unknown aliens reacted to the wave from the Dakara machine? That would be a nice way to wake up such races who could be allies or enemies to the Jaffa Nation too.

    Or if they start a new spinoff in a new galaxy then I would like to see a new gate system again. I always wanted to see an AI character which would live in the DHDs. And that would be funny to have an annoying "tour guide" when the team arrives to a planet. Some of them could be hostile, some of them would be helpful etc.

    Anyway I am not the one who writes the new spinoff, but as you can see I have a few ideas how to reform the established gate system.
    Last edited by Platschu; February 20th, 2018 at 02:18 PM.
    "I was hoping for another day. Looks like we just got a whole lot more than that. Let's not waste it."

    "Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment."

    "Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all."


    http://picasaweb.google.com/103478402021017098633

  5. #45
    Lieutenant Colonel Platschu's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2005
    Location
    King's Lynn, UK
    Posts
    4,567

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    "I was hoping for another day. Looks like we just got a whole lot more than that. Let's not waste it."

    "Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment."

    "Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all."


    http://picasaweb.google.com/103478402021017098633

  6. #46
    General Falcon Horus's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2004
    Location
    Kate Heightmeyer's office or thereabouts...
    Posts
    33,590

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    While I support StargateNow, I think a fresh team should be behind whatever potential MGM thinks could be out there. If that means breaking all canon to hell, so be it.

    Stargate will never be what Star Trek or Star Wars are -- at least not with current management.

    And no, I still don't condone blackmailing the fanbase (or approx. half of it) with if Origins is succesful (to them), you'll get more. We don't know what they see as succesful, nor how they would continue to distribute it, or on what budget they'd make the next one.
    The Tale of Heightmeyer's Lemming by Falcon Horus

    icon courtsey by planet_tv || signature by Falcon Horus || The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research || Pharaoh Hamenthotep @ Patreon
    Proper Stargate Rewatch still happening right now -- season 6 of SG-1

  7. #47
    General Falcon Horus's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2004
    Location
    Kate Heightmeyer's office or thereabouts...
    Posts
    33,590

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    And wow... that #StargateNow movement is really gaining momentum... Mallozzi probably has something to do with that. (Still not a fan of his, but he's on the path of redemption)
    The Tale of Heightmeyer's Lemming by Falcon Horus

    icon courtsey by planet_tv || signature by Falcon Horus || The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research || Pharaoh Hamenthotep @ Patreon
    Proper Stargate Rewatch still happening right now -- season 6 of SG-1

  8. #48
    Colonel Elite Anubis Guard's Avatar
    Member Since
    Oct 2004
    Location
    England
    Posts
    6,430

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    And followed and retweeting. Glad to see it's off to a good start!

    Stargate Destiny - Coming Again Soon

  9. #49
    Colonel Gatefan1976's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Smashing skulls!!
    Posts
    5,103

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    And wow... that #StargateNow movement is really gaining momentum... Mallozzi probably has something to do with that. (Still not a fan of his, but he's on the path of redemption)
    Well, Joe has some time on his hands as DM got the can.
    ALL THANKS TO THE WONDERFUL CREATOR OF THIS SIG GO TO R.I.G.
    A lie is just a truth that hasn't gone through conversion therapy yet
    The truth isn't the truth

  10. #50
    General Falcon Horus's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2004
    Location
    Kate Heightmeyer's office or thereabouts...
    Posts
    33,590

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Gatefan1976 View Post
    Well, Joe has some time on his hands as DM got the can.
    Indeed he does -- and I think most of the people behind StargateNow are Dark Matter fans too.
    The Tale of Heightmeyer's Lemming by Falcon Horus

    icon courtsey by planet_tv || signature by Falcon Horus || The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research || Pharaoh Hamenthotep @ Patreon
    Proper Stargate Rewatch still happening right now -- season 6 of SG-1

  11. #51
    Lieutenant Colonel Platschu's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2005
    Location
    King's Lynn, UK
    Posts
    4,567

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    While I support StargateNow, I think a fresh team should be behind whatever potential MGM thinks could be out there. If that means breaking all canon to hell, so be it.

    Stargate will never be what Star Trek or Star Wars are -- at least not with current management.

    And no, I still don't condone blackmailing the fanbase (or approx. half of it) with if Origins is succesful (to them), you'll get more. We don't know what they see as succesful, nor how they would continue to distribute it, or on what budget they'd make the next one.
    I know that you are still hurt. I also don't like that only 6 counties count and the rest of the world not yet, but we have to give them time to reconsider their marketing strategies. I am also not overly happy with production quality of Stargate : Origins (gate effects, jokes), because it could have been done more seriously. Honestly I am such a maximalist that it already needs a "remake".

    But I am absolutely mega-excited that Stargate returned from the sarcophagus with the Stargate : Origins. Origins season2 or new SG tv movies or new SG mini-series or even new SG spin-off. We have not even dreamt about such things in the last 6-8 years. Now the MGM must produce more SG material for their website, so I am guessing they will greenlight a few smaller SG stories. If they could have the casting and the shooting of Origins within 3-4 months, then we could easily get the next SG project at summer. And if everything goes well and the Stargate : Command gets stronger (or Netflix will invest and distribute to the rest of the world) then I really hope that Brad Wright and Cooper will return with new writers and we get a new full time SG spinoff in 2019.

    So what I wanted to say MGM needs the fans, while the fans need MGM. We have to support the Stargate : Origins to get more SG related tv movies / shows in the near future.
    "I was hoping for another day. Looks like we just got a whole lot more than that. Let's not waste it."

    "Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment."

    "Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all."


    http://picasaweb.google.com/103478402021017098633

  12. #52
    General Falcon Horus's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2004
    Location
    Kate Heightmeyer's office or thereabouts...
    Posts
    33,590

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    I know that you are still hurt.
    Not hurt -- very disappointed in management.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    Now the MGM must produce more SG material for their website, so I am guessing they will greenlight a few smaller SG stories.
    COnsidering they had nothing in Summer when they first announced Stargate Origins -- probably only a vague synopsis -- but definitely no cast or crew. Casting didn't occur until late august, early september -- and when did filming begin, early october? Can't remember. In any case, there's no way with that kind of a timetable they would be able to give you something new by summer time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    And if everything goes well and the Stargate : Command gets stronger (or Netflix will invest and distribute to the rest of the world)...
    You're missing the working of Netflix. They can't invest in something they don't own. Stargate Command is part of MGM and they set the license fee for Netflix. If they set it too high, Netflix won't invest in it because that would require a lot of streamers to compensate the price. Netflix, literally started dropping all SG in recent months because it just wasn't interesting enough to keep paying for the fees. And if MGM knows people will want more, they'll set the fee even higher. Why would Netflix bother with it then, when they can spend that money on stuff of their own -- like Stranger Things which is hugely popular.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    So what I wanted to say MGM needs the fans, while the fans need MGM. We have to support the Stargate : Origins to get more SG related tv movies / shows in the near future.
    We have no obligation to support anything of the sorts. You don't have to force yourself to sit through 20 minutes, or 100 minutes of something you don't like, just so you hope to get more -- what's to say it won't be more of the same. Then you had something streaming that you didn't like, and all you got was more of the same. If MGM notices that low-budget is enough to keep the fanbase happy, do you really think they would invest more budget in something that could utterly fail?

    I think not... especially since the high budget thing would have to rely on more viewers, while the low-budget thing can survive of fans alone to keep them coming.

    This is purely looking at it from a business point of view.

    MGM doesn't need the fans. If that were true, they wouldn't block anyone.
    The fans, however, do need MGM because they hold Stargate hostage right now.
    The Tale of Heightmeyer's Lemming by Falcon Horus

    icon courtsey by planet_tv || signature by Falcon Horus || The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research || Pharaoh Hamenthotep @ Patreon
    Proper Stargate Rewatch still happening right now -- season 6 of SG-1

  13. #53
    Lieutenant Colonel Platschu's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2005
    Location
    King's Lynn, UK
    Posts
    4,567

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    We don't know what the future holds. I believe this cooperation is both sided. If they can hear that fans were not so pleased with SG:O quality or format, maybe they will invest more in the next one. But they also know if they don't produce entertaining or good materials then people will go away and they won't pay. So that is the reason I said that fans can be in charge in this situation. I still hope that they will extend the Stargate : Command website to other countries or they will make a deal with any other provider. The reason I said Netflix, because they produce new seasons for 6 billion (6 000 million!!!) dollar / year. Most of the new seasons cost them 70-100 million dollars. Even the CBS-Netflix produced StarTrek : Discovery is around 8-9 million dollars / episode, so the 15 episodes must have reached 100 million dollar! Try to imagine what we could achive from such a budget. If every episode could have more money than Ark of Truth or Continuum (they cost 7 and 10 million dollars). So that is the reason I try to see the bigger picture. I don't expect a complete 20 episodes spinoff season immediately, but it would be nice to see a few smaller than a bigger budget mini series at first. Like 2-4-6 x 42 minutes what could be still split up into 4-8-12 x 20-25 minutes episodes. The main reason they can not produce "just" tv movies as they have to extend it for weeks to maintain the hype. So if they would have revealed it that Origins is just a 90-100 minutes long SG tv movie then they would have a large audience for one week, but after that it would be quiet again.

    So what I would like to see in the future :

    - a new mini-series premier in July and December in 2018
    - a new spin off premier in 2019
    "I was hoping for another day. Looks like we just got a whole lot more than that. Let's not waste it."

    "Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment."

    "Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all."


    http://picasaweb.google.com/103478402021017098633

  14. #54

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quality, high budget shows, like Game Of Thrones etc really are the only way to go.

    Discovery did that. SG should too.

  15. #55
    General Falcon Horus's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2004
    Location
    Kate Heightmeyer's office or thereabouts...
    Posts
    33,590

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Langley_forum View Post
    Quality, high budget shows, like Game Of Thrones etc really are the only way to go.
    HBO has a huge budget for 13 episodes of Game of Thrones. Or had, since it's finished.
    And it was filmed in Belfast (I drove passed the studios and glimpsed the back end of one of the standing sets) and surrounding areas (visited a few locations). Filmed in Morocco (I believe), Dubrovnik (Croatia), ... and other places in or just outside of Europe. It's basically a European show.

    The costs in the US would have skyrocketed Game of Thrones out of existence. Rome, if you remember, also by HBO was too expensive to continue filming. It was entirely filmed on a standing set in Rome (Italy) for the most part.

    HBO knows GoT is being pirated to kingdome come and they simply don't care -- they even use that to show how popular it is. They work with that and make sure everyone has access at pretty much the same time the episodes air in the US. We can watch GoT at the exact same time (3am in the morning) but most record and watch later.

    (and I'm the proud owner of all the DVD's -- a set I don't lend out to anyone, same as my LOTR set)

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    If they can hear that fans were not so pleased with SG:O quality or format, maybe they will invest more in the next one.
    No, not how it works -- no matter how much you like to believe that.

    See it this way, SGO is an investment for MGM.

    Think of it as an apartment building. They build it, named it and invested money in it. Then they start renting the flats out to people but the people find flaws in every corner and instead of staying many weeks or months or years, paying their rent on time -- they leave, and the flats remain empty, and no rent comes in. And the apartment building is just sitting there. A big pile of concrete, doing nothing, making no money. MGM decides that the building might not have been such a good idea after all, and abandons the idea of building more. If they don't get return on investments, they will not continue building more, they will be building less or even quit altogether.

    This is where the "If Origins is succesful, there might be more Stargate" comes in. MGM is literally holding the gate hostage and blackmailing the fans.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    But they also know if they don't produce entertaining or good materials then people will go away and they won't pay. So that is the reason I said that fans can be in charge in this situation.
    But it's not how the entertainment business works.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    I still hope that they will extend the Stargate : Command website to other countries or they will make a deal with any other provider.
    They will not do so -- if they were, they would have done it already.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    The reason I said Netflix, because they produce new seasons for 6 billion (6 000 million!!!) dollar / year. Most of the new seasons cost them 70-100 million dollars. Even the CBS-Netflix produced StarTrek : Discovery is around 8-9 million dollars / episode, so the 15 episodes must have reached 100 million dollar! Try to imagine what we could achive from such a budget.
    That's what Netflix does -- they are a NASDAQ company. Their primary thing is invest in content and subscribers. Everything else comes second. Original content which gives them a good return of investments.

    More on Netflix' economy if you like to dig in: Here Are the Numbers Netflix Inc. Wants You to Focus On

    I also found their Return of Investments online. They are pretty fascinating numbers, if you're into that sort of thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    So if they would have revealed it that Origins is just a 90-100 minutes long SG tv movie then they would have a large audience for one week, but after that it would be quiet again.
    Err... they did actually reveal that pretty early on.

    And there has been no buzz for it either -- no marketing outside of the "fandom". This isn't aimed at a new audience -- not as of yet anyway. A miniseries would have to survive on other viewers, and look at what happened when SGU dwindled in viewing numbers -- or any show that dwindles in viewing numbers -- they get cancelled.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    - a new mini-series premier in July and December in 2018
    July is way too optimistic. December might work if they start now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Platschu View Post
    ...a new spin off premier in 2019
    Star Trek Discovery was supposed to air at the start of 2017 -- just to give you some perspective on why that's simply not realistic.
    The Tale of Heightmeyer's Lemming by Falcon Horus

    icon courtsey by planet_tv || signature by Falcon Horus || The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research || Pharaoh Hamenthotep @ Patreon
    Proper Stargate Rewatch still happening right now -- season 6 of SG-1

  16. #56
    Second Lieutenant NickEast's Avatar
    Member Since
    Feb 2012
    Location
    The real Atlantis
    Posts
    453

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Falcon Horus View Post
    Think of it as an apartment building. They build it, named it and invested money in it. Then they start renting the flats out to people but the people find flaws in every corner and instead of staying many weeks or months or years, paying their rent on time -- they leave, and the flats remain empty, and no rent comes in. And the apartment building is just sitting there. A big pile of concrete, doing nothing, making no money. MGM decides that the building might not have been such a good idea after all, and abandons the idea of building more. If they don't get return on investments, they will not continue building more, they will be building less or even quit altogether.
    We actually had such a building in my hometown, though it was intended as a hotel. It was built in the 80s I think, it was big and pink. Nobody used it so it stood there for thirty years until it was demolished in 2011. Only in later years was it used often as an office building. So I know exactly what you mean

  17. #57
    General Falcon Horus's Avatar
    Member Since
    May 2004
    Location
    Kate Heightmeyer's office or thereabouts...
    Posts
    33,590

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by nivao View Post
    ...it was big and pink...
    I think I know why it was empty all that time...
    The Tale of Heightmeyer's Lemming by Falcon Horus

    icon courtsey by planet_tv || signature by Falcon Horus || The Michael J. Fox Foundation for Parkinson's Research || Pharaoh Hamenthotep @ Patreon
    Proper Stargate Rewatch still happening right now -- season 6 of SG-1

  18. #58
    Colonel Gatefan1976's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jun 2010
    Location
    Smashing skulls!!
    Posts
    5,103

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    The pink elephant in the room?
    ALL THANKS TO THE WONDERFUL CREATOR OF THIS SIG GO TO R.I.G.
    A lie is just a truth that hasn't gone through conversion therapy yet
    The truth isn't the truth

  19. #59
    Lieutenant General thekillman's Avatar
    Member Since
    Nov 2007
    Location
    My Throne in Heaven
    Posts
    18,738

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    Quote Originally Posted by Langley_forum View Post
    Quality, high budget shows, like Game Of Thrones etc really are the only way to go.

    Discovery did that. SG should too.
    I turned on the TV and saw nothing but cheap shows. Cheap medical dramas, cheap reality shows, cheap cop shows, cheap games shows. GOT is the exception, not the rule.

    Besides, they tried high-budget with SGU and it didn't meet the standards, so it's unlikely MGM will try it anytime soon. Even though SGU didn't do badly given long-term rating trends, outdated rating measurements and actual ratings.

  20. #60
    Lieutenant Colonel Platschu's Avatar
    Member Since
    Jan 2005
    Location
    King's Lynn, UK
    Posts
    4,567

    Default Re: MGM Open To More Stargate Depending on Success of Stargate Origins and SGC

    I definately don't want a reboot, because I would like to see a few new mini-series and a new spin-off.

    I have got a few ideas already how I would imagine a new Milky Way based SG series.

    Or if it is in an other galaxy then it would be nice to see a new gatework again. This is almost a tradition for every new SG show.
    Last edited by Platschu; February 22nd, 2018 at 01:01 PM.
    "I was hoping for another day. Looks like we just got a whole lot more than that. Let's not waste it."

    "Never underestimate your audience. They're generally sensitive, intelligent people who respond positively to quality entertainment."

    "Individual science fiction stories may seem as trivial as ever to the blinder critics and philosophers of today, but the core of science fiction, its essence, has become crucial to our salvation, if we are to be saved at all."


    http://picasaweb.google.com/103478402021017098633

Tags for this Thread

Similar Threads

  1. Replies: 1
    Last Post: July 24th, 2018, 01:09 AM
  2. Origins vs Reboot (Spoilers for Stargate Origins)
    By Flash525 in forum Origins General Discussion
    Replies: 28
    Last Post: February 19th, 2018, 10:57 AM
  3. Replies: 0
    Last Post: March 19th, 2008, 12:39 AM
  4. SG1 - Burnaby Now: Stargate sci-fi success story
    By morjana in forum SG-1 News (Archive)
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: May 7th, 2006, 07:21 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •