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George Takei’s Personal ‘Allegiance’ Sets Cast For Fall Broadway Bow

Casting is complete for George Takei’s musical Allegiance, inspired by his experience as a Los Angeles-born boy whose family was imprisoned, along with 120,000 other Japanese-Americans, in internment camps after the U.S. entered World War II in December 1941. Show More Summary

George Takei Praises Taylor Swift’s All-Female “Bad Blood” Video While Calling Out Marvel - Band-Aids don't fix bullet holes.

last weekHumor / odd : Geekosystem

George Takei knows what's up. In this Tweet from a few days ago, Takei praises Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" video for its all-girl cast (except for token featured dude, Kendrick Lamar), while seemingly referencing Marvel's lack of a Black...Show More Summary

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And, no it's not 'Feeling Myself."       Related Stories Our favorite fan costumes from Taylor Swift's U.S. tour launch George Takei thinks Marvel can learn something from 'Bad Blood' Maya Rudolph channels Beyonce in amazing Tulane commencement speech  

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George Takei Uses The 'Bad Blood' Music Video To Challenge Marvel

Where are all the female-fronted superhero movies? It's a question that's made headlines week after week following the release of Marvel's "Avengers: Age of Ultron," and is further fueled by Taylor Swift's music video for "Bad Blood."...Show More Summary

Takei Voices Space Alien

last weekGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

George Takei headed back to space in a Disney Junior animated series. Takei voiced the alien in Disney Junior‘s Miles From Tomorrowland. In Miles From Tomorrowland, space adventurer Miles travels through the universe with his best friend, robo-ostrich Merc. The duo “journey to new worlds, discover alien creatures and make galactic discoveries.” Takei voiced the […]

George Takei helps save internment camp artifacts

Thanks to the efforts of George Takei, his legion of fans and thousands of people around the round, a collection of 450 artifacts from Japanese American internment camps have been saved from the auction block and acquired by the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) in Los Angeles. The collection had been consigned to the Rago [...]

Who You Callin' Mrs. Takei?

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

 George Takei and husband Brad are back today with the third episode of their heightened reality series It Takeis Two

‘Yamasong: March of the Hollows’, A Fantasy Puppet Film Featuring a Star-Studded Cast

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Yamasong: March of the Hollows is a feature-length fantasy puppet film by Dark Dunes Productions with a cast featuring Nathan Fillion, Abigail Breslin, George Takei, Whoopi Goldberg, and Ed Asner. The movie, which is a sequel to the award-winning 2010 short film “Yamasong“, tells the tale of an automaton girl a tortoise as they search […]

Relevant to Your Interests: The Baby From Labyrinth, Nathan Fillion, and George Takei Have Made a Feature-Length Puppet Movie - This cast is bonkers good.

3 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Toby Froud is so much more than the man who once played Sarah's baby brother in Labyrinth! The son of two puppeteers, Froud has previously directed the live-action puppet short Lessons Learned, and is now an Executive Producer alongside Heather Henson on the puppet feature Yamasong: March of the Hollows, the tale of a young girl and a tortoise warrior.

Roundup: Architecture and Nepal, Zumthor's LACMA, Deitch in Coney Island

3 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

A quake’s deadly toll, George Takei's rescue of Japanese internment artifacts from auction, parsing the plans for the new LACMA, more thoughts on the new Whitney Museum and the Guggenheim's labor issues. Plus: Jeffrey Deitch goes to Coney Island, Jackson Pollock’s apple pie, and the brave new world...

Star Trek’s George Takei Helps Japanese American National Museum Save Art And Artifacts From Internment Camps

3 weeks agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“‘Many of the photos picture peoples’ grandparents and parents, and there’s a strong emotional tie there,’ said Takei, who as a boy was imprisoned in two internment camps with his family. ‘To put that up on the auction block to the highest bidder, where it would just disappear into someone’s collection, was insensitive.'”

George Takei helps L.A. museum acquire internment camp artifacts

3 weeks agoArts : Culture Monster

Rare Japanese American artifacts and artworks created in internment camps during World War II and recently put up for sale in a controversial auction have instead been acquired by the Japanese American National Museum in Los Angeles, officials are expected to announce Saturday night.

Takei: Jamie Foxx ‘should be ashamed’

Actor and LGBT rights activist George Takei responded to jokes told by Jamie Foxx about Bruce Jenner at the iHeartRadio Music Awards that Takei and others...

Takei: Indiana law affects all Americans

In an exclusive interview, Lawrence talks to gay rights activists George Takei and Stuart Milk about Indiana's new "Religious Freedom" law and react to...

George and Brad Takei Continue to Be Adorable in It Takeis Two Episode Two - It Takeis two episodes to get rid of a meme, apparently.

last monthHumor / odd : Geekosystem

George and Brad Takei continue their quest to pull Brad's meme from the Internet's clutches. If anyone can bend the Internet to his will for the person he loves, it's George Takei.

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