24's Dennis Haysbert, Stargate's David Hewlett Join Syfy's Incorporate Pilot

Onetime 24 POTUS Dennis Haysbert and Stargate franchise alum David Hewlett have boarded the cast ofthe Syfy drama pilot Incorporated. Set in a future world where companies have unlimited power, the project stars Sean Teale (Reign) as Ben Larson, an executive who is forced to change his identity in order to infiltrate a cut-throat corporate []

Stargate Didn't Become a Great Universe Until It Was on Television

It was never in the cards that the rebooted/reinvigorated Stargate movies would keep all of the continuity from the TV shows. And thats a shame, since the TV franchise did a lot more with the premise than anyone could have expected.   Read More...

The Stargate Reboot Finds A Pair of Screenwriters

Stargate (the movie) is coming back not a sequel, but as a total reboot. Original movie director Roland Emmerich is on to produce and direct... again. And now the reboot has found writers.   Read More...

Stargate is re-opening for business (although possibly not in the way you want)

Stargate is re-opening for business (although possibly not in the way you want)" href="" class="pp_image"> I know Stargate fans are desperately waiting to hear when and if a new Stargate series might be coming around. Well, I have good news and bad news: The good news is that the newest story in the Stargate universe will begin in March! The bad news is that it's going to be as a game for mobile phones and tablets. But at least as the first trailer for the game shows, it looks pretty sweet.

'Firefly' and 'Stargate Atlantis' Jewel Staite 'starting' to get recognized more for 'The L.A. Complex'

Zap2it: In playing clawing-her-way-back-to-the-top actress Raquel in "The L.A. Complex," you're showing an edgy but funny side that hasn't been seen in your previous series roles. Are you enjoying playing that?Jewel Staite: When I was reading the script, I was a little worried that she wouldn't be likable, and I had to figure out a way to find the humor in her desperation. That was definitely the biggest challenge. She's hilarious, but I love that she does what she wants to do, regardless of the outcome.Zap2it: You had fame among sci-fi fans before starting "The L.A. Complex." Have you found people's reactions to you changing by virtue of your role in your new show?Jewel Staite: I'm starting to get recognized for Raquel more than anything else, and I'm used to people recognizing me for "Firefly" or "Stargate Atlantis." Especially with "Firefly," people come up and kind of want to hug me all the time, just...