Stargate: Continuum being considered for Guinness Book of World Records

The most northerly-filmed movie production in history, filmed partly in the Arctic, Stargate: Continuum is the most ambitious Stargate production yet, featuring breathtaking scenes shot on the Arctic ice.

Stargate: Continuum is being considered for the Guinness Book of World Records for Most Northerly Film Shoot. The film is about to go straight to DVD on July 29, 2008, and features exclusive content, including a feature-length audio commentary with Producer/Writer Brad Wright and Director Martin Wood, as well as three featurettes.Delving into the extraordinary making of Stargate: Continuum, the featurettes explore how the US military provided assistance, such as a Navy nuclear submarine and F-15 fighter jets from the Air Force, what it was like shooting in the Arctic, and how science and science fiction collide.

The only series ever to receive the United States Air Force Seal of Approval, Stargate SG-1 boasts four Saturn Awards, two Gemini Awards, nine Leo Awards, eight Emmy nominations and three Visual Effects Society nominations.

The film reunites members of SG-1 in an all new adventure, returning to a world where their history has been dramatically altered.