This 20 minute behind the scenes Mockumentary (spoof) of "Galaxy Quest 20th Anniversary: The Journey Continues" aired on TV's E! Entertainment and was NOT featured on the DVD release of the movie. Wow, a spoof of a spoof?! That's sure to cause all matter in the universe to suddenly explode. It's about the fake shows 20th Anniversary, the fans and the original cancellation. Everyone in the cast is interviewed as if they really were the characters. FUN! This pseudo Documentary of the Original Galaxy Quest TV Show was produced to promote the film just before its release to theaters. DON'T MISS THIS!
The Galaxy Quest TV Series Documentary is broken into 3 bite-sized viewing morsels.
Never Give Up, Never Surrender!
Galaxy Quest Documentary - Part 1
Galaxy Quest Documentary - Part 2
Galaxy Quest Documentary - Part 3
Saturday, January 20, 2007
Friday, January 19, 2007
August 4, 2006 (from Scifi.com SciFiWire)
Tim Allen told SCI FI Wire that he would love to do a sequel to his SF spoof film Galaxy Quest and that his upcoming film, Zoom, contains a bit of the humor that made the 1999 comedy such a success.
"Yeah, [Zoom] was all about that, but it was a real tough sell because Galaxy Quest was real delicate, the parody and the reality of it," Allen said. "I'm saying that out of respect for Sony, because it was tough to tell them that this is what it was all about because there was that underlying thing. I'm still being conservative, but 85 percent of the Galaxy Quest-ish look at superheroes is still in this. They still want to skew it so that kids don't understand, but they've left a lot of the adult references in it."
Galaxy Quest, a loving sendup of Star Trek fandom, starred Sigourney Weaver, Sam Rockwell, Tony Shalhoub and Alan Rickman as the aging cast of a long-canceled space TV show who find themselves caught up in an actual galactic conflict. Allen said a sequel was presented to DreamWorks, but that he knows nothing more.
"You'd have to ask DreamWorks," Allen said. "There is one there. To this day, I don't understand what that's about. But that's all studio stuff. I really have to stay out of that stuff."
Zoom co-stars Courteney Cox, Chevy Chase, Rip Torn and Spencer Breslin in a film about a group of super-powered teens who come together in a special school under the tutelage of a washed-up superhero (Allen) and must subsequently save the world. It opens nationwide Aug. 11. —Mike Szymanski