BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Roland Emmerich's Stargate reboot has officially got its writers. Nicholas Wright and James A. Woods are in final negotiations for the second of a planned trilogy that somehow got stalled after the film raked in $200 million worldwide when it debuted back in 1994.
Director Roland Emmerich and producer Dean Devlin has some very big plans for the Stargate franchise. As we reported late last month, the two filmmakers are now working hard to reinvigorate the sci-fi series they created back in the mid-90s, bringing it back with a whole new trilogy of movies. What may surprise you, however, is that the plans they are moving forward with are the ones they originally envisioned back when the first film was being made.
Blockbuster director Roland Emmerich first floated the idea of launching a new Stargate trilogy all the way back in September of last year, but it is only now that it appears the project is actually moving forward. News has arrived that Warner Bros. and MGM have struck a deal that will see the relaunch of the sci-fi franchise.
"We went to MGM, who has the rights, and proposed to them to do a sequel, but as a reboot, and reboot it as a movie and then do three parts," Emmerich told the site, seemingly implying that the new movie would not continue with the previously established continuity.