Just because William Shatner can do anything doesn’t always mean he will. So it comes as a pleasant surprise to hear that the legendary actor will soon lend his voice to the animated Batman universe.
Last week, Entertainment Weekly published a feature where Henry Winkler and William Shatner promoted a new project while apologizing for an old, bad one. Shatner offers his regrets for the infamous Star Trek V: The Final Frontier, while passive-aggressively blaming Paramount anyway. Fun!
Captain Kirk shocked thousands of Trekkies Saturday by admitting that Star Wars is the reason we have Star Trek today. Now, can there finally be peace between the fandoms?
We all know 2016 is the 50th anniversary of Star Trek, and that’s cause for a lot of fanfare. A new movie, a new TV show, and multiple conventions are just a few of the things on the way. It also seems Star Trek has set its phasers to conquer the biggest convention of them all: San Diego Comic-Con, which begins July…
The friendship of Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner is legendary, and it is now the subject of a new book from Shatner: Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship with a Remarkable Man. Fittingly, the audiobook edition of the book is narrated by the Captain himself.
There’s one place that Star Trek has never gone before—musical theater. And William Shatner thinks that for its 50th anniversary, Trek should burst into song. What sort of musical numbers would you want to see in Star Trek: The Musical?
In researching Man from UNCLE, an interesting bit of trivia kept popping up: Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner’s first appearance together was in UNCLE’s season one episode “The Project Strigas Affair.”
In a new video for Big Think, George Takei, noted internet god and LGBT+ rights activist, explains why Star Trek, a show that embraced diversity, didn’t feature one gay character during its original run. The reason: audiences weren’t ready for it.
Former Star Trek star William Shatner has made a slew of Trek documentaries in recent years, so when I saw he had a new one about the first few years of Star Trek: The Next Generation, I wasn’t sure if it was worth watching. But it totally was.
Either William Shatner is the world’s most surprising Jem fan, or the live-action Jem movie is so obviously terrible that even the 84-year-old William Shatner knows it’s a travesty. Personally, I am fine with either possibility.
Hey, we’ve all got ideas to save California from its cataclysmic drought. Stop fracking! Stop showering! Stop eating! But none of us is William Shatner: Enterprise captain, Priceline spokesperson, Twitter watchdog, and probably, definitely, most certainly not a water expert. This is not preventing him from proposing…
He's a rocket man, burnin' out his fuse up there alone. HBD Captain!
Good news! You can now use your e-reader tech to read about William Shatner's Tek — that fictional cyber-drug that people will kill for in the Tek War series. The final four Tek War books, co-written with Ron Goulart, are coming out from Open Road Media, making the series complete.
The moment we get immersive virtual reality, you know what people are going to use it for: the same thing we've used every other new technology for. And as long as movies have depicted virtual environments, there have been ridiculous VR sex scenes. Here are the most bizarre and hilarious VR hookups of all time.
"I'm interested in man's march into the unknown, but to vomit in space is not my idea of a good time. Neither is a fiery crash with the vomit hovering over me." — Star Trek legend William Shatner in 2006 when offered the future opportunity to ride Virgin Galactic
Sorry, but the Dalek quote seems way too apt in this situation not to use. We've been hearing for months about how superior the Tomorrow People are, while also witnessing their atrophied reasoning skills. At this point, not only are they mostly unfit to live, they're also terrible, horrible people. Spoilers ahead...
After 50 years of enthusiastic support for boldly going into the unknown, William Shatner was finally formally honoured by NASA with a Distinguished Public Service Medal. This highest honour has been awarded to only a handful of people for their support of space exploration.
If you watch Supernatural, The 100, Star Crossed or The Others this week, William Shatner will be watching them with you. Since last month, The Shatastic One has been providing live commentary of CW shows on Twitter. What began as a fun pastime, he says, is now a dedicated effort to boost ratings of genre TV programs.
Angered by his own inability to recite iambic pentameter, actor William Shatner hops inside a time-traveling robot to kill Shakespeare. But his plot against the bard doesn't go as planned.