Former 'Stargate' Actors in Plethora of Projects and News Lately

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The actors from the Stargate trilogy of television shows -- Stargate SG-1, Stargate Atlantis, and Stargate Universe -- are popping up all over the place these days.

Some of the stars, such as Michael Shanks, were visible on Monday evening's special on the SyFy Channel, Syfy's 20th Anniversary Special. Shanks discussed both SG-1 on which he portrayed Doctor Daniel Jackson and some of his movies, such as Arctic Blast. His holiday movie, Under the Mistletoe, can be seen frequently on cable this holiday season including December 14 on Lifetime.

As previously announced, Richard Dean Anderson will guest star in a brief cameo on Don't Trust the B----. The airdate has still not been announced. Ben Browder, who "replaced" Anderson in SG-1, playing Cameron Mitchell, to controversial results has a new horror comedy movie coming out called Bad Kids Go to Hell. Co-starring with Judd Nelson, Browder is a janitor at a private school. A trailer from the film can be found here: http://movies.broadwayworld.com/art...S-GO-TO-HELL-Opening-in-Theaters-127-20121205

From the Atlantis spinoff, Joe Flanigan's 2011 movie, Change of Plans, airs this month on the Sundance Channel. Airdate is December 14. Check local listings for the time. Kate Hewlett just finished a stage run in The Swearing Jar in Toronto, while her brother, David Hewlett who played Atlantis' version of Shanks' Jackson has a movie in post-production. Haunter stars Abigail Breslin and is about a deceased teen who returns to try to stop her fate from happening to another. His holiday film On the 2nd Day of Christmas airs on Lifetime on December 19.

From the Universe realm, Lou Diamond Phillips just completed a few days as narrator of Disneyland's Candlelight Ceremony. His series Wolf Lake has just been released on DVD. The set includes the unaired pilot with commentary. The busy actor is also set to star in and co-write The Boys Of Eloy, a theatrical film. He continues to co-star in A&E's Longmire as well.

Universe co-star Robert Carlye is starring on TV's Once Upon a Time and provides a glimpse of what is to come for his character over at http://www.examiner.com/article/once-upon-a-time-spoilers-robert-carlyle-talks-and-more. He has also completed a syndicated filme, California Solo, in which he portrays a British rocker who leaves the hectic rock world for a quiet life on a farm.
 
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