Initially, in a panel interview, Edward James Olmos told fans of Battlestar Galactica that the final made for television film will be what they expect, in that it will be filmed from the perspective of the Cylons . However last week at the Saturn awards, the actor who plays the Admiral William Adama said in an interview with Sci Fi Wire that while it was obvious that the final film, 'The Plan,' would be told from the perspective of the Cylons; what isn't obvious is the plan itself.
Does this sound interesting to you? Battlestar Galactica: The Plan will air this fall on Sci Fi, and a DVD that will include additional footage will be released as well. What do you guys think? Have you ever read the Battlestar Galactica comic? Do you watch the show? Are you looking forward to seeing 'The Plan'?
"What their plan was, I think that's a big surprise,...Finding out what the plan was and how it was structured and how close they were to completing it...[There is more than] the obvious, which is what was the Cylon perspective,...If they had a plan, what their plan was, what it entailed. I think besides that, [The Plan shows] probably how alike or unlike humans they really are."