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Posts Tagged ‘Battlestar Galactica’

Moore: Deep Space Nine’s Influence On Battlestar Galactica

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Battlestar Galactica benefitted from some of the trials and tribulations that Ron Moore faced while working on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.

When it came to Deep Space Nine, Moore discovered that he liked the serialized nature of the show, particular as it got into the later seasons. “I think a lot of Battlestar was born at Deep Space Nine in that Deep Space started as much more episodic because of the nature of the show, it became more a continuing serialized structure,” said Moore. “I really liked that, and I discovered I really liked that style of storytelling.”


Syfy In Talks With Moore About New BSG

Tuesday, March 16th, 2010

Battlestar Galactica/Caprica Executive Producer Ron Moore may be adding another Battlestar series to his resume if Syfy has their way.

Syfy is in talks with former Star Trek Writer/Producer Moore for another Battlestar series, which will reportedly return to Battlestar Galactica‘s roots.


Hatch: Look to Star Trek XI For New Battlestar Galactica Film

Thursday, June 11th, 2009

Richard Hatch (Battlestar Galactica‘s Tom Zarek) hopes that Universal is paying attention to the success of Star Trek XI and will look to Star Trek XI for inspiration for the new Battlestar Galactica film.

As reported by Moviehole, Universal needs to better understand their target audience for Battlestar Galactica. “I think [Universal] saw the success Paramount had with their Star Trek reboot,” he said. “But unlike Paramount, who seems to know the Star Trek audience, I don’t think Universal ever quite got Battlestar. I just hope they hire the right people, and make a good movie.” (more…)

Thompson And Weddle Join CSI

Monday, March 9th, 2009

Former Star Trek: Deep Space Nine writers Bradley Thompson and David Weddle have written several episodes for CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, one of which will air on April 15.

As reported by CSI Files, Thompson and Weddle, who joined CSI: Crime Scene Investigation as supervising producers last summer, will get back to their science fiction roots with A Space Oddity, in which the CSI team investigates a murder that takes place at a science-fiction convention. (more…)