Leonard Nimoy‘s son Adam Nimoy is going to make a documentary about his father. The documentary will be called For the Love of Spock. The project has been in the works for a while, said Adam Nimoy, begun when his father was still alive. “He felt as if he had plenty of time, but then […]
It's been a little over a month since the loss of Leonard Nimoy, and the wound still feels quite exposed. The beloved actor and artist touched fans with not only his acting and portrayal of Spock in the Star Trek franchise, but also with his beautiful words of acceptance beyond the screen. Show More Summary
Mr. Spock, played by the late Leonard Nimoy, was a logically legit pop culture icon. Just ask the many graffiti artists worldwide who have paid him tribute.
According to Variety, Leonard Nimoy’s son, Adam, is planning to honor his father’s memory with a documentary titled For The Love Of Spock. A filmmaker in his own right, Adam Nimoy began working on the project with his father shortlyShow More Summary
The death of Leonard Nimoy saddened millions of Trekkies around the world (including me). But it wasn’t just Trekkies who mourned. In the past month, it has become clear that
Leonard Nimoy, who died last month from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, would have celebrated his 84th birthday Thursday. The beloved […]
Today would have been Leonard Nimoy‘s eighty-fourth birthday, and William Shatner shared a few memories about his long-time friend. Shatner also defended his decision to remain at a Red Cross fundraising event instead of hurrying back to Los Angeles to attend Nimoy’s funeral. The pair originally met in 1964 during filming of a The Man […]
Leonard Nimoy’s recent death inspired a ton of great writing about his long, diverse career (I got a chance to share my thoughts over at The A.V. Club). But far and away my favorite piece comes from feminist writer Ijeoma Oluo on Medium. Read the rest
Now that Leonard Nimoy is most unfortunately no longer with us, Barack Obama is the primary exemplar in American popular culture of the maddeningly calm, excruciatingly logical way of speaking that Star Trek creator Gene Rodenberry forever associated with the alien race, the Vulcans and the character Mr. Spock.
By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment) – Now that Leonard Nimoy is most unfortunately no longer with us, Barack Obama is the primary exemplar in American popular culture of the maddeningly calm,…
It's actually a limited-time game within the Quest for More Stuff app, and thankfully, it's The Next Generation, rather than anything to make Leonard Nimoy spin in his grave (which makes sense w...
"We should all be so lucky to live as a fulfilled a life as he did."
As most regular internet users know, Leonard Nimoy passed away recently. And while he was best known for his role as science officer Mr. Spock on the original Star Trek, he enjoyed a long and successful career across several artistic … Continue reading ?
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Sheldon sure loved that Spock-signed napkin.
Encinitas’ City Council has approved a temporary road name change in honor of Leonard Nimoy. The “Spock Block” proclamation will take place on Nimoy’s birthday, March 26. “Spock Block” will be a square city block in downtown Encinitas. The borders of “Spock Block” will include Vulcan Avenue, Cornish Drive, D Street and E Street. Encinitas […]
The first series of Star Trek, now referred to as The Original Series, ran in 1966 on NBC. With James T. Kirk at the helm of the starship Enterprise. Star Trek went, where no man had gone before on interstellar adventures, throughout the ‘United Federation of Planets’. Show More Summary
In the latest of what will no doubt be a very long series of memorials for Leonard Nimoy, Spock heir apparent Zachary Quinto and Conan O’Brien discussed the late actor and director on the latter’s show last night. Quinto dropped by Conan last night to promote NBC’s The Slap, but of course the pair reminisced […]
Last night, Zachary Quinto was on Conan and the actor spoke about losing his friend and mentor, Leonard Nimoy. Other topics on the show included his Girls character Ace, his hair styles, Edward Snowden and privacy, and “the slap.” “[Nimoy and I] were very, very close,” said Quinto. “and losing him was really difficult obviously. […]