Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Stargate: Continuum - Pittsburgh Post-Gazette: DVD screening ship-shape

From the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette (Pittsburgh, PA):

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DVD screening ship-shape

Thursday, July 31, 2008

By Sharon Eberson, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

SAN DIEGO -- The setting, even for a city with glorious seascapes, was breathtaking, taking the stars of "Stargate SG-1" where few premieres had gone before: aboard the USS Midway in San Diego harbor, for a red-carpet walk and special screening of "Stargate: Continuum."

The straight-to-DVD movie, in stores this week (see review), had taken the cast through a time-traveling adventure and far, far away from this breezy, clear sky -- to the Arctic.

With help from the U.S. Navy, director Martin Wood and stars Richard Dean Anderson, Ben Browder and Amanda Tapping landed in the Arctic Circle, where polar bears and frost bite were constant dangers and a nuclear submarine hit its mark, crashing through the ice for a rescue scene in the film.

...One thing you won't see again, says Anderson, is the return of MacGyver, which he has parodied in commercials and on "The Simpsons."

"I'd love to return to 'The Simpsons.' Dan Castellaneta [voice of Homer Simpson] is my hero. We met on 'Stargate,' " when Castellaneta was a guest star...

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