Thursday 17 November 2016

So Sad! The Remake Of Stargate Won’t Be Happening

Stargate creator Dean Delvin conceded that while the project had displayed signs of potential early on, the big-screen reboot kind of fell apart before it could enter development.

Devlin, who wrote and produced Stargate alongside Independence Day helmer Roland Emmerich, attributed the blame to the filmmaking process, which tends to place a greater emphasis on franchise potential than the actual story at hand. Driven by numbers, Delvin doesn’t pull any punches, before admitting that a fear of tarnishing the series is also a contributing factor.

He said “It looked good for a couple of months, but now it’s not looking so good. There are just a lot of things that have to fire at the same time, and there was a moment where I thought it was all firing at the same time, and then it all kind of fell apart. It’s one of the reasons I prefer to work independently. Listen, I think if we did Stargate right, the fans would like it and we could do something really good. But if we screw it up, they’ll reject it. As they should. But I kind of don’t want to do it if I think that we’ll screw it up, and that’s one of the things that’s holding us back. You’d have several studio’s involved and a lot of voices and, you know, you may make something great, but you also may have something that doesn’t resemble what you wanted to do.”

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