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New movie 'Jumper' explores teleportation
by Steve Hammons

Posted: 16:00 March 3, 2008

New movie 'Jumper' explores teleportation
Visit the office site of "Jumper"

"Beam me up, Scotty."

Teleportation using man-made technology was made famous in the "Star Trek" TV series.

Now, a new movie called JUMPER explores teleportation that occurs without using external technology.

Hayden Christensen, Rachel Bilson, Samuel L. Jackson, Diane Lane and the rest of the cast and crew present a story not about teleportation technology, but about a "natural" ability that character David Rice (Christensen) spontaneously discovers after nearly drowning.

JUMPER director Doug Liman also directed THE BOURNE IDENTITY and MR. AND MRS. SMITH.

In JUMPER, some of the main characters have discovered this ability and proceed to use it during the adventures and danger they encounter.

In the 1994 movie STARGATE starring Kurt Russell and James Spader, and the spin off TV series "Stargate SG-1" with Richard Dean Anderson, an ancient object is discovered that government scientists are able to activate.

In the movie and series, Russell and Anderson portrayed military officers commanding a special team that teleports to far-away planets and dimensions using this stargate device.

Other TV series such as "Babylon 5" portrayed "jumpgate technology" used in teleportation.

The very popular TV series "Quantum Leap," which ran from 1989 to 1993, featured Scott Bakula playing a scientist who jumped or leaped not only through space, but also into various times.

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