What happens when William Shatner, Damon Lindelof and Brannon Braga all start snarking at each other on Twitter? This. And it’s awesome.
It’s hard to argue there is any cooler Star Trek collector's item than this: Capt. Kirk’s original phaser.
There's an old friend in William Shatner's living room.
It wasn't a huge year for sci-fi at the Oscars, but William Shatner made sure Trekkies would have a little something to cheer about.
Check out the ultimate collection of outtakes spanning decades of Star Trek lore.
William Shatner has been associated with Captain James T. Kirk for more than 46 years. He's played the USS Starship Enterprise's most popular Captain through two series (The Original Series from 1966-1969 and The Animated Series in 1973-1974, in which most of the cast reprised their roles) and seven feature films.
Even if we just love to hate it, there's no doubt that we all have love for William Shatner's legendary voice. In fact, some of you have probably been wishing you could just carry that voice around in your pocket all day long, right? Right? Well, this is your lucky day.
Besides battling Borgs and renegade Romulans, many Star Trek actors have moonlighted in horror films, some of them memorable ... and some not so much. Go boldly into these wild gigs by familiar Trek universe stars that we've beamed down for the 12th of our 31 Days of Halloween posts and keep telling yourself ... it was only a job.
Even though Star Trek's own original Mr. Sulu—actor George Takei—came out as a gay man a good part of a decade ago, it seems most of his Star Trek colleagues back in the the day were already well aware of the actor's sexual preferences even though at the time he was still in the closet. All but a certain someone who remained completely oblivious of that fact for, well ... decades.
Did you guys know that Capt. James T. Kirk, played by William Shatner, almost made it on Star Trek: Enterprise? Yep! He almost did—and Brannon Braga explains the whys and why nots of it all.