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 Flanigan Sees Stargate Atlantis Future.
Atlantis Gate Joe Flanigan, who stars as Maj. John Sheppard on the SCI FI Channel original series Stargate Atlantis, told SCI FI Wire that the once-lost city of Atlantis will begin to reveal its secrets during the second half of the show's freshman season and on into the future. "On the overall level, what I want to see happen, and what will happen, is that the city of Atlantis is really remarkable," Flanigan said during an interview. "It's essentially what Manhattan would be if it were abandoned.

If you can imagine the size of Manhattan and have it be just completely empty, it would take forever to explore that place.

Flanigan recently wrapped production on season one of Atlantis and will return to the show's Vancouver, B.C., set in February 2005 to begin filming year two. "What we'll find out is that Atlantis actually serves a higher purpose, but it will take a long time for us to figure out what that is," he said. "And we'll slowly see the city come to life and start living up to its potential, and then there will be an ultimate cosmic purpose to the city of Atlantis. And that's a pretty interesting angle to explore. Of course, it's going to take a few seasons." Stargate Atlantis airs Friday nights at 10 p.m. ET/PT; the second half of season one will debut in January 2005.
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