Activist, Star Trek actor, and all-around hero George Takei has again demonstrated what it means to support a community.
While it is hard for some of us to imagine, the popular Star Trek sci-fi franchise has been going for 50 years. George Takei reflects back on the show and movies and a milestone that was “absolutely undreamed of” when the Starship Enterprise first boldly went where no one had gone before. Show More Summary
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George Takei is not just famous for playing Star Trek helmsman Hikaru Sulu. He is also a fierce activist for LGBT rights. On Tuesday, Takei penned an op-ed for the Daily Beast in which he argued that the fact the LGBT community was the target of Sunday morning’s terrorist attack in Orlando...
Okay, so huddle up, team. George Takei just gave us a brilliant analogy of what the Trump presidential candidacy is like, and we’d be wise to listen up. George Takei, Star Trek icon, LGBT activist, and all-round funny guy, made this point about Trump and his die-hard followers. Just in case, here’s the transcript of […]
You can’t join actor George Takei on the Starship Enterprise, but maybe you’d like to take a zero-gravity spin with him over Las Vegas? The man best known for playing Hikaru Sulu in the original “Star Trek” TV series will lead 20 explorers on a zero-G adventure in August. You won’t be orbiting...
Boldly go where no fan has gone before.
Beam me up, Mr. Sulu! The legendary actor will take a weightless flight with a small group in Las Vegas this summer to celebrate Star Trek's 50th anniversary.
This morning on MSNBC Live, host Steve Kornacki had liberal actor turned activist George Takei on as a guest. Gone are the days where Star Trek fans remember George Takei as their beloved Mr. Sulu. Now, he has coined the phrase #VoteBlueNoMatterWho,...Show More Summary
It is always a shame when a beloved popular figure comes down on the wrong side of a cultural issue. Gay actor George Takei, known to most as the original Star Trek’s Helmsman Sulu has long been outspoken about his support of LGBT rights.
In a Facebook Live video today, the out actor sat down with two transgender Americans to discuss how they came to live authentically and the obstacles still facing the trans community today.
Because sometimes what you need most is a googly-eyed gif of dreamboat George Takei. Ohhhh Myyyy!
FedCon held its 25th convention last weekend in Bonn, Germany when first-time convention attendee Tobi Fier finally got to see what all the fuss is about. Read on for highlights of Chase Masterson, George Takei, Walter Koenig, Terry Ferrel, William Shatner, and more. Show More Summary
Photo: George Takei Photo Credit: Jeremy Bamidele "You (Muslims) are now being vilified. You are now smelling that stench of irrational fear, and its very important that we all join our voices together as one and particularly for usShow More Summary
The out actor finds it awfully strange that Doctor Strange has chosen a white actor for the role of The Ancient One.
If there is such a thing as an expert on race and casting in Hollywood, George Takei would definitely be in the running. He’s enjoyed a long and vaunted career, which of course includes all his years on the bridge of the Enterprise as Star Trek’s Sulu. Takei knows well the powerful message in casting […]
"We can't keep pretending there isn't something deeper at work here."
Like he was going to take this one quietly.
Over the past week or so, Marvel has finally been responding to the complaints that their casting of Tilda Swinton as The Ancient One in Doctor Strange was nothing more than whitewashing. First, screenwriter C. Robert Cargill went o...