George Takei will be returning to the New York stage for a revival of 1976's "Pacific Overtures."
The showrunner of the new "Trek" series weighs in on the decision to make Sulu gay in "Star Trek: Beyond," and George Takei's criticism of the move. read more
Actor and LGBT activist George Takei says the gay community can help lead the nation to a sane gun policy. He joins Lawrence to talk about that and his...
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Actor, activist and social media star George Takei is calling on his Latino fans to do all they can to prevent Donald Trump from being elected as the next U.S. president. In a Spanish-language video posted on Facebook Thursday, Takei...Show More Summary
George Takei published a Facebook video on Wednesday warning voters that he considers Trump's campaign rhetoric about immigrants dangerous, based on his personal experience in U.S. internment camps for the Japanese during World War II. Show More Summary
I was already really excited for the upcoming hour-long premiere of Elena of Avalor tomorrow night! I'm even more excited now that I know that George Takei will be doing a guest voice as a visiting royal! Check out this preview clip from the premiere after the jump!
He encourages all good people to vote your conscience and vote against Donald Trump The post George Takei’s Plea to Prevent Repeating ‘Racial Demonization’ appeared first on The Good Men Project.
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I hear George Takei’s voice greeting me before I see him: His warm baritone fills the hallway when I get off the elevator on his floor. Takei is standing in the doorway, wearing a neat blazer and Onitsuka Tiger sneakers, and ushers me into the compact one-bedroom apartment he stays ... More »
The decision to honor George Takei by portraying iconic “Star Trek” character Hikaru Sulu as a gay man in the latest big screen installment of the franchise was not received as enthusiastically as some may have expected. Possibly inShow More Summary
The decision to make Sulu a gay man with a husband and child in Star Trek: Beyond has not gone over very well, but mostly with the original Sulu, George Takei. Read more...
If Facebook “likes” can be trusted as a reliable barometer of taste, Hillary Clinton’s supporters prefer Adele, George Takei, Harry Potter, and The Rachel Maddow Show. Meanwhile, Donald Trump’s supporters are more into Ted Nugent, God’s Not Dead, Adam Sandler, and The Old Farmer’s Almanac. Show More Summary
Simon Pegg discusses the "lovely" conversations he's had with George Takei about "Star Trek Beyond's" handling of Sulu.
EXPLORING STRANGE NEW WORLDS: George Takei Finds Out What It’s Like to be a Conservative.
Star Trek icon George Takei recently took to Facebook to clarify the exact reason he doesn't think Sulu should necessarily be gay in Star Trek Beyond.
"Star Trek" director J. J. Abrams is speaking out against George Takei's recent controversial comments, in which he expressed disappointment over the character Sulu being gay in the franchise's latest film, "Star Trek Beyond."
"It’s about time that there’s a gay character in this universe."
Star Trek director and producer J.J. Abrams says it’s “preposterous” that George Takei was displeased that the character Sulu, whom he originated, will be revealed to be gay in the new film Star Trek Beyond. Takei turned heads with… Read The post J.J. Abrams Calls George Takei’s Reaction to Gay Sulu ‘Preposterous’ appeared first on Towleroad.
Good morning from Montana! I’ve been here relaxing on vacation, but have noticed that many of you have been following the “gay Sulu” story and wanted to know why I’m being such a sourpuss. I’m writing to set the record “straight,” if you will. When the news first broke, I gave a lengthy telephone [...]