Propworx has announced that it is teaming with MGM to auction off many of the costumes and props from the Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis series.
If you are a huge Stargate fan, then you should get in line for the upcoming Stargate Auction being put on by MGM and Propworx, the auction house that recently ran the Star Trek auction in Las Vegas. The Stargate auction will have over 850 lots of props, costumes, production artwork, concept drawings and set pieces will go up for sale September 25-26 in Seattle, Washington. Most notable among the lots is the Lot 51: SG-1 Travel Stargate used during location shooting of Stargate SG-1 and in the second season of Stargate Universe. This huge prop is made of fiberglass
And I have a feeling fans are going to strike back… hard.
Press Release Dynamite Entertainment, comic book publisher, announced a new agreement with Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (MGM) for a comics and series of graphic novels based on the long-running Stargateâ„¢ television franchise. Based on the hit 1994 feature from MGM Pictures, the EmmyÂ® nominated Stargate SG-1â„¢ premiered in 1997 and spawned Stargate Atlantisâ„¢ in 2004. Stargate SG-1 and Stargate Atlantis, are currently on air around the world and are watched by over millions each week.Â Stargate Universeâ„¢, the latest series for the franchise debuts stateside on October 2nd.
Fans going through withdrawal symptoms from missing Stargate SG-1 can ease that feeling of loss with a very cool looking Teal’c maquette done in an animated style. The first in a new line of â€œHero-Sizedâ€ animated maquettes, Teal’c is sculpted as we first meet him in the Stargate SG-1 pilot episode Children of the Gods: First Prime of Apophis and deeply troubled by what he has seen and done in his god’s name. The maquette stands just over 9-inches high, and is limited to only 1,000 units.Â This is the first in a line of animated maquettes that Quantum Mechanix
For those concerned that Stargate Atlantis was ending, rejoice that Stargate Universe is beginning.Â The SGU crew will be lead by Robert Carlyle ( of Transpotting and The Full Monty fame).Â The 20-episode run is expected to begin shooting in February with a group of fresh faces. Described as edgier, darker and younger-skewing than its predecessors, “SGU” follows a group of soldiers, scientists and civilians left to fend for themselves when forced through a Stargate after their hidden base comes under attack. The survivors, who emerge aboard an ancient ship missing in the far reaches of space, are led by