George Takei tries to tune his "Star Trek" co-star out, yet can't help but laugh when he hears William Shatner's disparaging comments.
The 58-year-old "Melrose Place" and "Spin City" star reminisced about old roles, including in the film "The First Wives Club, a role she ended up requesting be uncredited due to an unscripted moment with a co-star that left her feeling “gross.”
William Shatner, George Takei and fans celebrate StarTrekDay for sci-fi series anniversary
Peter Sloan has, for decades, claimed that the star of "Star Trek" is his father.
"I've changed my behavior to quite a degree, because it's a revolution," Shatner told Daily Mail TV about the #MeToo movement.
"I would think that censorship of classics because certain 'types' need to judge things through their own 2018 myopic glasses and demand they be stricken from history is important," William Shatner tweeted. "Or is this 1984 only 34 years too late?"
Adam Scott has joined the ensemble cast of the CBS All Access revival of <em>The Twilight Zone</em>. The <em>Ghosted </em>and <em>Parks and Recreation</em> alum will appear in the <em>“</em>Nightmare at 30,000 Feet” episode, best remembered in the original series for William Shatner’s frantic encounter with an airborne gremlin that only he could see. CBS All Access previously announced that Jordan Peele will host and narrate the series and Sanaa Lathan will star in the episode “Rewind <em>.”</em> Scott is an…
The "Star Trek" star fielded criticism from discouraged fans on Twitter about why he won't offer up his John Hancock.
No one is sure it happened, but lots of people have opinions on the report that the U.S. president sent an Elton John disc to North Korea’s leader.
“Miss Congeniality” fans know April 25 is the "perfect date." So William Shatner has teamed with Match for a social media campaign that could earn you $500 for your ideal outing.
William Shatner is effortlessly good as a villain in the Canadian comedy "The Indian Detective," now streaming on Netflix.
"Batman vs. Two-Face," from Warner Bros. Animation and DC Entertainment, stars West and William Shatner as the voices of the title hero and villain.
Watch an exclusive clip of 'My Little Pony' superfan William Shatner voicing "Grand Pear" in a 'Romeo and Juliet'-themed Aug. 5 episode on Discovery Family.
William Shatner turns 86 today, and while the original Captain Kirk has probably met his fair share of Star Trek fans, James Cawley may be the biggest. The 49-year-old Elvis impersonator from Ticonderoga, N.Y., has meticulously built a faithful reconstruction of the entire set from the original 1960s Star Trek television series. A lot of people might have grown out of playing Star Trek, but Cawley says his love for the series only deepened with age.
On September 8th 1966, the crew of the starship Enterprise first boldly went where no man has gone before. Today is the 50th Anniversary of Star Trek! If any show has lived long and prospered, it’s this brainchild of Gene Roddenberry that has beamed up five TV series, with a sixth coming in 2017, a cartoon, thirteen feature films, and perhaps the most passionate fan base ever.
As Trekkies gather this weekend at Star Trek: Mission New York to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Gene Roddenberry-created sci-fi TV classic, we offer up a few facts you might not have known about Trek conventions, and how vital they’ve been to the series’ ability to live long and prosper.
It sends four famous elder statesmen (Henry Winkler, William Shatner, George Foreman, and Terry Bradshaw) to explore Asia for a month without personal assistants, publicists, limousines, presidential suites, translators, or any of the other creature comforts that their life in the limelight normally provides. “You learn a lot about yourself when you travel and when you step outside your comfort zone,” Winkler, who also produced the series, told Yahoo TV after an L.A. press screening of the premiere episode a few weeks ago.
The original Captain Kirk tells fans at a Star Trek convention in Las Vegas that the ongoing success of Trek from the '70s to the present was only made possible by the popularity of Star Wars: “Star Wars created Star Trek.
Guy Pearce stpes behind the camera to make his directorial debut with "Poor Boy." But William Shatner might be the the crème de la crème of outright disasters.
On Today, William Shatner sat down with Savannah Guthrie to discuss his new book Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship With A Remarkable Man. In it, he details his friendship with fellow Star Trek star Leonard Nimoy. While the two weren’t exactly close during the filming of the show, they were able to bond after fact through the numerous Star Trek conventions and reunions they attended. Shatner has many fond memories of Nimoy, the two apparently had a rocky finish to their friendship.