Stargate: Continuum ( Stargate: Continuum ) is a feature film based on the popular science fiction television series Stargate. SG-1 . " Continuum was released in 2008 and became the third feature film in the Stargate universe . The director of the film was Martin Wood , who created over 70 episodes of SG-1 and his spin-off of Stargate Atlantis . The film was co-sponsored by MGM Studios and 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment. The budget of the film was 7 million dollars.
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The plot of the film tells about time travel. The system lord, Goa'uld Ba'al, managed to change the time line so that the inhabitants of the Earth forgot about the existence of the Stargate and were defenseless against the invasion of the Goa'uld. In this film, there are a lot of characters familiar to fans of the series: Nirrti and other System Lords. Several scenes were filmed in the Arctic at sub-zero temperatures at the US Air Force Research Polar Station ( APLIS ), 370 km north of Prudhoe Bay , Alaska , USA . The USS SSN-757 Alexandria also participated in the film.
- Richard Dean Anderson - Major General / Colonel Jack O'Neill
- Michael Shanks - Dr. Daniel Jackson
- Amanda Tapping - Colonel Samantha Carter
- Christopher Judge - Til'k
- Ben Browder - Colonel Cameron Mitchell , Mitchell 's grandfather
- Claudia Black - Vala Mal Doran / Ketesh
- Beau Bridges - Major General Hank Landry
- Cliff Simon - Ba'al
- Don S. Davis - Lieutenant General George Hammond
- Jacqueline Samouda - Nirrti
- William Divane - President Henry Gays
- Gary Jones - Chief Petty Officer Walter Harriman
- Dan Shay - Sergeant Sly Cyler
- Steve Basic - Kamul
- Ron Halder - Chronos
- Vince Crestesjo - Yu
- Jay Williams - Ra
- Colin Cunningham - Major Paul Davis
SG-1 and General Jack O'Neill attend a ceremony to retrieve the Goa'uld symbiont from Ba'al's last clone on the Tok'ra home planet. The Ba'al laughs, claiming that the real Ba'al is at this very moment implementing the plan of retribution. It turns out that the real Ba'al moved to Earth in 1939 and killed the crew of the bulk carrier "Achilles", transporting a stargate from Egypt to the United States . The captain (Mitchell’s grandfather) manages to drop the bomb left by Ba'al overboard before death before it could destroy the ship. In the present tense, Vala Mal Doran and Til'k dissolve in the air in front of everyone's eyes, and they are followed by the Tok'ra and their buildings. Mitchell , Carter, and Daniel barely manage to reach the stargate and go to Earth , but O'Neill kills the Ba'al-clone. They appear in the hold of the Achilles, which the current brought to the Arctic - through its actions Ba'al created an alternative reality in which the stargate program never existed. After fleeing the sinking Achilles, a squad led by Colonel Jack O'Neill saves the team. Despite the fact that General Hank Landry believes them, he forbids SG-1 to change the past. All three are provided with new personalities (Carter of this world crashed on a shuttle , Mitchell never existed due to the death of his grandfather, and Daniel is still a little-known archaeologist) and are forbidden to meet each other.
A year passes, and US President Geis and General Hammond call in SG-1 when Goa'uld warships are seen in the sky. For 70 years, Ba'al, using the knowledge of the future, managed to defeat all the rest of the System Lords and assemble a powerful fleet to capture the Earth. Ketesh (still in Vala's body) is the queen of Ba'al, and Til'k is his first assistant, to whom Ba'al promised the freedom of his tribe-jaffa. Gays and Hammond tell SG-1 that gates were found in Antarctica ; a team of drillers was also sent to find the outposts of the Ancients . SG-1 are sent on a mission to obtain a power source for the chair of the Ancients located in the outpost, with which it would be possible to repel the Goa'uld attack. Meanwhile, the Ba'al armada arrives in Earth’s orbit. Ba'al announces that he is not going to destroy the Tau'ri. However, Ketesh betrays Ba'al and forces him to tell her the whole truth. She orders the destruction of the Mak Murdo station and the Ancients' outpost, after which she kills Ba'al after her betrayal discovers Til'k. Til'k manages to escape, and Ketesh orders the armada to launch an orbital bombardment of the Earth's surface, while she herself is heading to capture Ba'al's time machine.
During a massive attack, the Goa'ulds SG-1s are sent to Russia , as the Russians managed to catch other stargates from the bottom of the ocean. Goa'uld warships attack the fighters of the team along the way, but the timely intervention of the Russian MiG team saves the SG-1. Til'k also arrives at the building where the gates are stored, hoping to get to the time machine earlier than Ketesh. SG-1 manages to convince Til'k to temporarily collaborate with them and travel through the gates to Ba'al's time machine. It turns out that Ba'al placed tracking satellites in many star systems in search of solar flares , which the supercomputer then analyzes to calculate the time jump through the gate. SG-1 needs to wait for the desired solar flare to fall into the past, but Ketosh troops begin to appear. Til'k, Carter, and Daniel are mortally wounded in a shootout. Only Mitchell manages to jump through the gate in 1929. Til'k before death, destroys the time machine and Ketesh grenade. In the past, having waited 10 years, Mitchell sneaks aboard the Achilles and, waiting near the stargate in the hold of the ship, kills Ba'al who has left the gate. In the restored reality, SG-1, ignorant of past events, is observing the procedure for extracting the symbiont without any incident. Returning to Earth, Daniel discusses the last words of the Ba'al-clone, but Mitchell advises not to think about it.