Jewel Staite has more Stargate memories that she knows what to do with. She loved working with Joe Flanigan, Paul McGillion, and Amanda Tapping. And when it comes to David Hewlett, the Stargate: Atlantis actress sums him up in one word (hint: it has to do with food).
SALT LAKE CITY — “As a family we always had pizza night with the kids when ‘Atlantis’ was on,” said Lisa Denoncourt. “The show was a perfect balance of sci-fi, humor and lots of sarcasm. But most of all, we were bonding as a family over one of our favorite shows.”
Longtime sci-fi legend, Joe Mallozzi, answers a few questions about the legacy of Stargate: Atlantis on its 15th anniversary.
David Hewlett irritated fans on Stargate with his portrayal of the eccentric Dr. Rodney McKay. He won them over as his fast-talking character grew more loveable. Now that Stargate: Atlantis has long since been cancelled, David Hewlett looks back on some of his favorite memories and reveals whether he’d return for a fourth Stargate.
There are dozens of Jewel Staite movies and TV shows. The talented actress has wowed audiences in her roles on Supernatural, Space Cases, and Hallmark movies. But she’s perhaps best known for her characters on Firefly and Stargate Atlantis.
Mike Dopud is a talented actor who appeared in all three series of the “Stargate” franchise. He recently completed a one-season run on “The 100” and can be seen this year in “Power.”
Mark Nicholson is a 3D modeling expert who has applied his expertise to the entertainment world. He spent five years working on props for the “Stargate” TV franchise.
Lisa Collins is an entertainment makeup artist known for her work on productions such as “Stargate,” and “Star Trek: Deep Space Nine,” for which she received an Emmy nomination. Many thanks to Gary Palmer, a founding member of Stargate Command, for recommending and facilitating the interview.
News that Dark Matter had been cancelled hit the cast, crew, and fans like a ton of bricks. It wasn’t quite as bad as when Mount Vesuvius destroyed Pompeii and Ercolano, but the emotions were raw and real. Joseph Mallozzi explains why he revealed Dark Matter‘s unproduced fourth series on Twitter, and comments on his hopes for a revival of his sci-fi favorites.