"A great step forward," George Takei tweets, while Jason Biggs criticizes the organization for keeping the ban on openly gay adults serving as leaders. read more
It’s a well-known fact that former Star Trek star George Takei loves the Internet. No, love is not strong enough a word to describe how Takei clearly feels. He adores the Internet. He knows all the latest memes and updates his Facebook page with them constantly. Show More Summary
HOLLYWOOD (CAP) - Star Trek: Into Darkness, the second Trek movie in the series of reboots directed by J.J. Abrams, ruled the box office over the weekend, drawing almost as huge an audience as one of George Takei's Facebook memes involving Capt. Show More Summary
Ex-Trekker and gay rights activist George Takei recently took the time to post humorous photo responses on Reddit to students espousing their reasons why marriage...
As if there wasn’t a reason not to love openly gay actor George Takei, he’s gone ahead and made us love him even more by responding to teenage “traditional” marriage fans with a series of humorous signs. Matt Stopera of BuzzFeed asked the teens to make signs at a gathering “during March Prop 8/DOMA hearings [...]
We will say that we'd much rather have Takei reproduce than people who write like that. While the rest of his crew may be known for boldly going where no man has gone before, George Takei is best known for going fiercely where no two men had gone before: down the wedding aisle. Show More Summary
The captain of the Excelsior has a good sense of humor.
Star Trek star and noted homosexual George Takei responds to bigots who believe in restricting the right to love to straight people only: an image gallery on Imgur. Oh, snap, oh glorious snap.
As much as I love Star Trek, the original series, the acting in Star Trek: Into Darkness, the movie, is about 34,294 times better (number provided by Mr. Spock). Chris Pine’s William Shatner is better than William Shatner’s William Shatner,...Show More Summary
During March’s Prop 8/DOMA hearings, Buzzfeed asked young protesters at a rally outside the Supreme Court to write out their reasons for supporting “traditional” marriage, and “Oh My,” did our favorite Trekkie George Takei have a response. With a wink and a grin, Takei used good humor and a slice of Sulu sass to laugh off the protesters’ claims about gay marriage....
Out of George Takei's shadow.
Gay actors George Takei and Jesse Tyler Ferguson have teamed up for a new Funny or Die video supporting same-sex marriage. Like most of the site's videos it's not remotely funny, but it does express plenty of intolerance while preaching a message of... Show More Summary
One of the fascinating Angelenos featured in L.A. Weekly's People 2013 issue. Check out our entire People 2013 issue here. At 76, George Takei is in the prime of his life: The Star Trek actor a...
Last week, Funny or Die released a video featuring George Takei, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Brad Goreski that makes fun of opponents of marriage equality. Called “Gays Beware,” the video parodies a 1950?s black-and-white PSA and suggests that the character Dale is “sick” because he opposes allowing same-sex couples to marry. The National Organization for [...]
Last week I posted an amazing new PSA for 'Funny or Die' from George Takei warning of the dangerous individuals who oppose marriage equality. The video, which features Takei, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Brad Goreski. NOM's Brian Brown is freaking...
Yesterday Star Trek Into Darkness producer/director J.J. Abrams participated in a live chat on Facebook, hosted by SNL’s Adam Samberg, and with a special guest appearance from George Takei. And you can watch a recording of it below Abrams Live Facebook Chat Replay
LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - "Star Trek" star George Takei used his 4 million Facebook followers to draw attention to an attack on a gay couple in New York City this week.Nick Porto and his partner Kevin Atkins reported on Facebook that they had been jumped this week outside a Knicks playoff game at New York's Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary
"Star Trek" star George Takei used his 4 million Facebook followers to draw attention to an attack on a gay couple in New York City this week. Nick Porto and his partner Kevin Atkins reported on Facebook that they had been jumped this week outside a Knicks playoff game at New York's Madison Square Garden. Show More Summary
Funny or Die has released the sketch video titled “Gays Beware” with actor Jesse Tyler Ferguson (Modern Family) and commentary by George Takei (Star Trek) that parodies public service announcements from the 1950s. The sketch explores the world of “dangerous individuals who oppose marriage equality” and gathers a funny conclusion on why they act the [...]
Leonard Nimoy, old Spock, and Zachary Quinto, new Spock, recently filmed a new commercial together for Audi. Nimoy hasn’t taken part in as many internet shenanigans as his Star Trek co-stars William Shatner and George Takei but his first go with Audi commercial makes up for any lost time. In the commercial, Spock 2, Quinto, [...]Show More Summary