The Stargate Studios Have Not Been Abandoned

Joseph Mallozzi is a man to listen to when it comes to all things Stargate he has been a member of the production team for over 12 years, and is still working on the upcoming season two of Stargate Universe.

He believes that many fan sites and reputable news sources are weighing in heavily on the future of the Stargate SG1 and Stargate Atlantis franchises, in particularly the fate of the long awaited movies with the wrong information being reported, or twisted slightly so that it reads as something completely different.

Joseph is quoted as saying

Many have weighed in with their assumptions on if and when the movies will be made and, at this point, given that we’ve received no official word either way, all I could add to debate is more conjecture.  Suffice it to say I’d love to see both go into production, especially Stargate: Extinction since Paul and I have already written the script and are slated to produced it. As for the sets – the SG-1 set was struck to make room for Icarus Base while other stage space has been freed up in order to create more Destiny sets (as our heroes will eventually discover cool new sections of the ship).

While the Stargate Archive team believe these moves will be produced we have to report any news regarding their production which becomes available, and will always provide relevant news sources to back these up.

Stay tuned to the Stargate Archive for further information as and when it breaks regarding the fate of the movies.