Stargate SG1 Children of the Gods : Final Cut
Stargate SG1:Children of the Gods Final Cut
A new Stargate movie is expected to be ready for release by December 2008, however the final release date is strongly up to MGM Studios.Although not a lot of information has revealed about the film, it has been noted that the movie is a stand alone version of the pilot episode of Stargate SG1, Children of the Gods.The film is expected to have less nudity, a more modern and developed story script and higher visual effects.According to Stargate creator/producer,Robert C Cooper, the executive staff members have realized that they could have done a better job on the pilot.The movie will be seven minutes shorter than the original version which is currently available on DVD and occasionally shown on a variety of channels on a international basis, including The Science Fiction Channel and the Space Channel
Update:The film was released on July 21 2009 for residents of the USA and Canada while UKresidents were able to purchase the film on July 27 2009.Australian residents were able to purchase the film as of August 4 2009.The cost of the film is $26.98[USA].The feature will also contain an audio commentary from Stargate co creator, Robert C Cooper and Stargate SG1 star of the feature, Richard Dean Anderson[Jack O'Neill] A bonus featurette classified as”Children of the Gods: Back to the Beginning” has been added as a special feature.The revised version has been dedicated to actor Don S Davis[General Hammond] who passed away during the end of June 2008 after suffering a serious heart attack.Take a look at the cover art of the film directly below and be sure to purchase your copy today!
- Cover art for the box set of the revised version of the Stargate SG1 pilot, Stargate SG1 Children of the Gods Final Cut
In honour of the release of Stargate SG1 Children of the Gods Final Cut, the Stargate studio has released a portion of the special feature, Back to the Beginning .Be sure to take a look at the portion directly below and purchase your copy of the feature today!