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Battlestar Galactica’s Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck) Returns To SciFi This Saturday! May 8, 2007

Posted by showmescifi in Battlestar Galactica, katee sackhoff, science fiction, scifi, YouTube.
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Well we all now know that Battlestar Galactica’s Katee Sackhoff (Starbuck) isn’t actually dead on BSG. AND ShowMeSci readers know that she is a Cylon.

She’s also doing double-time on the SciFi channel with top billing credit in a  movie set to air this weekend called – The Last Sentinel.

 The basic premise is ‘basic and sorta like BSG, but more like Terminator. Humans build machines to protect them, then the machines turn on them.

“He was mankind’s last defender. Then he lost the will to fight. She (Katee Sackhoff) gave it back to him.”

Set in a deserted and ruined city it tells the story of the last survivors who remain fighting the lost fight against Drones, cultured and raised by mankind. Once again the human race is doomed by uncontrolled exposure to its very own futuristic technologies.

Heavily armed with implants of all kinds Tallis (Don ‘The Dragon’ Wilson, „Bloodfist“, „Blackbelt“), the soldier forms part of the last human array sent out against the predominant antagonists to save the world. Left with no chance at all they have to face a staggering defeat.

Left behind as the only remaining survivor of the disastrous battle Tallis prepares himself to operate discreetly, collect equipment and evade any kind of contact with the enemy from that time on. His pacifistic disposition doesn’t change until he rescues a heavily wounded female rebel (Katee Sackhoff, “Battlestar Galactica”, after being ambushed. Unified, the two of them pit themselves against the forces of evil.

Trailer is below – ENJOY BSG fans!

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Comments»

1. Joey - May 12, 2007

Give me a break…that’s all we need is another Terminator clone.

2. njgarrod - November 7, 2008

This looks fabulous!


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