Beau Bridges (General Hank Landry) has enjoyed his time working on the SG-1 series and films, and would be open to doing more!
“I enjoyed doing [Stargate]. I did that for two, three years, maybe almost four years with the movies that I did,” he told MovieWeb.com. “It was a good experience and I wouldn’t mind at all going back and doing some more.”
According to reports, Brad Wright has received approval from MGM to write a script for the third SG-1 feature, which according to Michael Shanks, is “pretty O’Neill-heavy.” Shanks has been approached to appear as Dr. Daniel Jackson in the film (story), but this interview indicates that Bridges has not been presented with an offer yet.
“I haven’t talked directly with those guys for awhile, but I know they have a new show coming out called Stargate Universe. They’ve got a complete new cast, but there has been talk, just rumors, that maybe they’ll have some of the Stargate SG-1 cast back, but I don’t know.”
The third SG-1 movie is still in the early pre-production phases, so it is still possible that Bridges has yet to get the call.
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