01:01 PM EDT 06/26/2015
Originally posted 06/16/2015 04:20PM
George Takei is speaking out about his war of words with William Shatner.
Originally posted 04/17/2015 10:35PM
William Shatner is planning to write a book about his friendship with former Star Trek costar Leonard Nimoy, who died in February at the age of 83.
Originally posted 03/01/2015 05:20PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "20905032" "" "peoplenow" "auto"] After welcoming fans to "tell him off" because he chose to honor a charity commitment instead of attending Leonard Nimoy's funeral on Sunday, William Shatner ended up engaging fans in a love fest for their beloved Spock on Twitter.
Originally posted 02/28/2015 05:00PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "20905032" "" "peoplenow" "auto"] William Shatner "feels really awful" that he can't make his Star Trek costar's funeral Sunday.
Originally posted 02/27/2015 12:35PM
Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy, whose portrayal of the logical but lovable Mr. Spock captured hearts around the world starting in the late 1960s, died on Friday morning in Los Angeles. He was 83.
Originally posted 02/27/2015 03:00PM
Did Leonard Nimoy ever use double negatives in conversation? Did he need to consult his cellphone calculator to figure out the tip on a restaurant bill? Did he understand who put that wormhole in space in Interstellar?
Originally posted 03/01/2013 11:00AM
The captain of the Enterprise has landed behind home plate at Boston's venerable Fenway Park.
William Shatner, 81, is no stranger to kooky parody, from his recent Oscar cameo to his Priceline.com ads. Now, he'll portray a home plate umpire for the Boston Red Sox in a baseball–inspired video for crooner Brian Evans. See the trailer below.
"It's my fantasy, my field of dreams," Evans, 42, said in a press release of the campy video for the song, "At Fenway," produced by Narada Michael Walden. "Shatner as the home plate umpire is as iconic as the ballpark itself."
Originally posted 02/26/2013 11:30AM
So, how does it feel to have your name dropped before a billion people?
Surprising, says TV Guide business editor Stephen Battaglio, who was part of the lively opening exchange between Oscar host Seth MacFarlane and intruder from the future William Shatner.
In a spoof (and a screen grab), the Star Trek captain showed the Family Guy guy what would be his upcoming review from Battaglio.
"I didn't know it was coming," Battaglio writes on TV Guide's website. "I was watching the show at home with my wife. Staring at the byline, it took a few seconds to absorb."
And once it did, he says, "every electronic device in our apartment was ringing, buzzing, pinging or vibrating."
For the writer's full reaction, click here.
– Stephen M. Silverman
Originally posted 01/21/2012 11:35AM
After 14 years, "The Negotiator" will be no more.
William Shatner is leaving his role as pitchman for the online travel site Priceline.com, and he is not going softly into his good night. He's falling off a cliff. And dying.
Still, Shatner being Shatner, he first rescues a bus that's about to plummet. "Save yourselves … some money," he advises passengers in his final words.
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