Includes Spoilers! My partner Ledcat and I met the Takeis several years ago at a function at ToonSeum celebrating a Batman event. It was a very heady moment when George Takei stopped at the registration table and said "George and Brad Takei are here" then thrust out his wrist for his paper bracelet. Show More Summary
If you fancy yourself a hardcore science-fiction fan and have George Takei's Twitter account as your homepage, you're going to love MB&F's MusicMachine 2 (MM2), which was made by Reuge. Taking on the shape of a spacecraft, the fancy Swi... via JustLuxe.com
Star Trek actor George Takei has become something of a gay rights icon since coming out publicly in 2005. Takei, who famously was part of the first interracial kiss on television during his time on Trek, is now married to his longtime...Show More Summary
As a sometime theater critic, I try not to play for tickets and I rarely sit in the front row, but for George Takei's musical "Allegiance" I made an exception in 2012. That was not because I was a fan of "Star Trek: The Original Series"...Show More Summary
According to the person who knows him best, George Takei doesn’t become the George Takei whose unique voice you know and love until he’s had a cup of green tea. “When he wakes up in the morning, his voice is like this,” says the actor’s husband, Brad Takei, using a... More »
Thanks in part to the help of George Takei in getting the word out, the Star Trek: Axanar Kickstarter has far exceeded its original funding goal. Takei sent a tweet to his followers on the final day of the fundraising campaign. “Battlestations! RT if you want exciting new Star Trek filmmaking. Let’s make this happen–just […]
In terms of celebrity re-inventions, George Takei has set a new precedent. The 77-year-old “Star Trek” icon has enjoyed a full-blown career renaissance as of late, sparked by his 2005 coming out and sustained, at least in part, by his...Show More Summary
Nicki Minaj had a wardrobe malfunction at Sunday's VMAs. Rep. Aaron Schock makes talking to constituents about commercial barging look 'dam' sexy. Geroge Takei apologizes for posting photo of woman standing up in a wheelchair with the caption, 'There has...
George Takei is a national treasure, and this loving documentary does him right, sharing the Takei family’s story of surviving US internment during World War II, unpacking the homoerotic significance of Star Trek’s Sulu, and giving us a lovely gawk... KEEP READING > >
By Brian D'Ambrosio George Takei learned from his father that one could best get what one desired by expressing what they want rather than complaining about the way things are. From Takekuma Norman Takei, George also learned the usefulness...Show More Summary
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We’ve been anxious to set eyes on the new George Takei documentary, … Read More
by Dish Staff Noting that people “don’t realize the patience it takes to be a good icon,” Jennifer M. Kroot suggests that George Takei is a sort of holy man for a secular age: We filmed George at the Emerald City Comicon where George signed autographs for four hours and did photo-ops with fans for […]
Earlier this week we reported on how Brent Spiner, William Shatner, George Takei and Gates McFadden took up the ALS Ice Bucket challenge that seems to be sweeping the world. Today we have more Star Trek taking the challenge. See below for videos from Patrick Stewart, Armin Shimerman, Bob Picardo, Robert Duncan McNeill, LeVar Burton, […]
Our top 10 entertainment and events highlights this week include Kwanten desires in True Blood, the Emmys, and always George Takei. read more
In recent years, George Takei, once known mainly as the guy who played Sulu on the original Star Trek in the '60s, has become a fixture on talk shows and just about everywhere else — partly because of his out-and-proud status as a gay American, and partly because of his... More »
At 77, George Takei is as active in social media as the average teenager. Regardless of whether you follow him on Twitter or friend him on Facebook, he is probably somewhere in your social media feed right now. Someone you know has shared...Show More Summary
How has a 77-year-old actor generated such an impassioned following? Put it this way: It didn't happen overnight.
Because George Takei can do no wrong, and because the internet is so ripe with idiocy, here he is responding to social media questions that make us groan in the bad way. View the rest on Buzzfeed.
All-around awesome person George Takei has parodied The Bachelor, been fired on Celebrity Apprentice, and was part of a King of the Nerds challenge. Now he’s the star of a documentary about his present and past, from Japanese-American interned in the U.S. during World War II with his family to Star Trek star to universally beloved […] read more »