Stargate: Continuum


July 1, 2022

Stargate: Continuum (Stargate: The Continuum or Stargate: Infinite Time in some versions) is a DVD movie written by Brad Wright and directed by Martin Wood. It is the second sequel film to Stargate SG-1, after Stargate: The Ark of Truth, and marks the end of the Goa'uld storyline, which preemptively spanned the first eight seasons. In addition to the cast from the 10th season, the film featured special appearances by original series actors Richard Dean Anderson and Don S. Davis. The movie was shot in early 2007 at Vancouver's Bridge Studios and in the Arctic. The story begins with SG-1, alongside General O'Neill, witnessing the extraction ceremony of the last of the Goa'uld System Lords, Ba'al. But before he is extirpated, Ba'al declares to the team that he is not the last and that the real Ba'al is still free. He this appears in the past, in 1939, on a ship called "Achilles", and kills the crew, then diverting the course of the ship and leaving a bomb. History is thus modified, and the remaining members of SG-1 must restore it. The production budget was seven million dollars ($7,000,000).[2] Continuum was released on DVD and Blu-ray Disc in the United States on July 29, 2008.[3] The film was it premiered in Latin America on November 26, 2009, through Cinecanal.[4] In Spain it premiered on October 1, 2008.[5]


SG-1, along with General O'Neill, travel to a Tok'ra world to witness the extraction ceremony of Ba'al, the last of the Goa'uld System Lords. Before being extirpated, Ba'al declares to the team that he is not the last System Lord, though he may be the last of the clones, and that the real Ba'al is still free, having already put a plan into action. emergency. In the past, specifically in 1939, a ship called "Achilles" is crossing the Atlantic Ocean, when suddenly a tremor shakes it: it is a Stargate activating. The real Ba'al, along with some Jaffa, comes through it and kills the crew, then throws the ship off course and leaves behind a bomb. However, the captain of the ship, although mortally wounded, manages to throw the bomb into the sea before it explodes. In the present, objects and people begin to disappear, including Vala and Teal'c. O'Neill is killed by Ba'al. Mitchell, Carter and Daniel run to the Stargate, but when they cross the stargate he experiences a strange phenomenon. The team reaches inside the Achilles, which is stranded in the Arctic. They quickly conclude that Ba'al has altered the timeline so that the Stargate Program never took place. The three escape before the ship sinks, but Jackson is left with his leg frozen, so he is left behind while Mitchell and Carter go for help. They are rescued by a team led by Colonel Jack O'Neill, and taken aboard the USS Alexandria to a base in Alaska. They try to explain to the colonel what happened, but he doesn't believe them. After being questioned, they request to speak with General Landry, who despite believing their story, informs them that they will not be allowed to restore the timeline. During the conversation, Landry reveals that Samantha Carter was an astronaut who died in an accident aboard a space shuttle 4 years ago, Daniel Jackson is an archaeologist who lives alone in Egypt, and Cameron Mitchell does not exist, since apparently his Grandfather was the Captain of the Achilles, who died in 1939, his very existence therefore being a temporal paradox. The government imposes a "confidentiality agreement" on them, by which each one is sent to different parts of the country, where they begin a new life with other identities, prohibiting any activity related to restoring historical continuity. A year later, a group of Al'keshs appear flying over the city