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Zachary Quinto Sweetly Remembers Star Trek Predecessor Leonard Nimoy: 'He Was Such a Tremendous Artist'
Originally posted 02/24/2016 01:20PM
Nearly one year after the death of Leonard Nimoy, his Star Trek successor, Zachary Quinto, has spoken out about the joys of working with the late actor.
Second Chance Star Rob Kazinsky on His Days as a 'Fat' World of Warcraft Pro: 'I Was Deliriously Happy'
Originally posted 01/22/2016 07:20PM
No matter how well-suited actor Rob Kazinsky might seem to the world of TV and film by way of his breakout role on a British soap opera East Enders – with his handsome looks, fit physique, etc. – the actor, 32, is more at home in the world of traditional geek culture – playing video games and collecting Star Trek memorabilia.
His proudest video game-related achievement? That he was paid to play popular online computer game World of Warcraft professionally.
Originally posted 12/16/2015 06:25PM
Resistance is futile, George Takei – Star Trek Beyond is coming, no matter what.
Originally posted 12/14/2015 02:35PM
The first trailer for Star Trek Beyond packs plenty of excitement, but Idris Ebla's bad-guy character remains a mystery.
Originally posted 12/08/2015 07:00PM
Karen Montgomery, who forged her way in the television industry as an actress and producer, died on Friday after battling breast cancer for some time, according to a report.
George Takei Reveals His Biggest Regret in Life and Why His New Musical Allegiance Is 'Apology' to His Father
Originally posted 11/05/2015 10:50AM
Originally posted 10/20/2015 01:50AM
Bruce Hyde, who played the role of Lt. Kevin Riley on the original Star Trek series has died after a battle with throat cancer.
Originally posted 08/25/2015 11:40PM
[YOUTUBE "EHKSCDRVzgs"] When Leonard Nimoy died in February, he left behind not one but two Star Trek casts, as he appeared in both the original series and the rebooted movie series. In a tribute video, fellow Spock actor Zachary Quinto not only recalls what made Nimoy a great man but also explains how fans can do a good deed in his memory.
Originally posted 08/12/2015 11:15PM
William Shatner is many things: actor, singer, writer – and now he can add the title "digital art curator" to the list.
On Aug. 1, Shatner, 84, asked his Twitter followers to send him photos of themselves flashing the traditional Vulcan salute – the "Live long and prosper" hand gesture that his Star Trek costar Leonard Nimoy had originated on the classic sci-fi series. On Sunday, Shatner surprised Star Trek fans with the results of the request: a photomosaic tribute to Nimoy, who died in February.
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