The ‘Star Trek’ cast walk through the set of the Enterprise as they describe the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
‘Entourage,’ take note: We compiled six TV shows that successfully made the jump from living rooms to big-screen theaters (with the original cast members intact).
They’ve made lots of mistakes in the future, so that you don’t have to make them in the present. What was that sound? Oh, just the space-time continuum ripping.
These ARE the droids you’re looking for!
Leonard Nimoy, famously known as the incomparably logical Spock from the Star Trek television show and movies, passed away this morning at his home in Los Angeles the age of 83. The cause of death, confirmed […]
His popularity on Star Trek made it possible for Nimoy to record and to perform some very memorable versions of popular songs.
Nimoy boiled his life story down to three sentences: “Born in Boston. Went to Hollywood at 18. 16 years later cast as Spock in Star Trek.”
The clip for “Queenie Eye” was filmed at Abbey Road Studios earlier this month and sees him recording the track in what he thinks is an empty studio (Studio 2). As the video progresses, hijinks ensue in the form of surprising celebrity cameos including Jude Law, Meryl Streep, Tracy Ullman, Jeremy Irons, Tom Ford, Chris Pine, Alice Eve and–much to the delight of the paparazzi–former paramours Johnny Depp and Kate Moss.
It’s the weekend Trekkies have been waiting for since 2009’s cinematic reboot of the enduring sci-fi series. The latest Star Trek flick, Star Trek: Into Darkness, is out now, giving us a perfect excuse to put together a Trek playlist. Since Trek doesn’t feature rock music, we figured we’d go with rock stars who have actually appeared in Trek (what, you missed Mick Fleetwood’s turn as a fish-like creature in Star Trek: The Next Generation?), as well as famous fans of the series.
Dan Taylor’s pick of the week is a no brainer for Star Trek fans, it’s the entire season 1 of Star Trek: The Next Generation for the first time in high definition!