Nathan Shields of Saipancakes (previously) recently created a wonderful Star Trek-themed pancake sculpture portraying Spock to honor the passing of the great Leonard Nimoy. In his time-lapse video, Shields demonstrates the steps that he took to make the iconic Vulcan. photos via Saipancakes
The first time I met Leonard Nimoy was in Italy, at an Italian Star Trek convention. I had wanted to see him the entire time that I was there, but my schedule never worked out so that I was free while he was with the fans. Desperately, I asked Julie Caitlin Brown (who was there […]
As a tribute to Leonard Nimoy, who passed away Friday at age 83, it seems only logical to revisit his best big-screen moments as the beloved Vulcan.
artwork by Spock Your Fives With the news of Leonard Nimoy‘s passing this past Friday, The Canadian Design Resource took it into their own hands to tweet an image of a Canadian five-dollar banknote with a drawing of Spock’s face over top of Canada’s seventh prime minister, Sir Wilfrid Laurier. Facebook communities and groups such […]
Leonard Nimoy, the actor whose name and face were synonymous with Star Trek‘s Spock, died this morning at the age of 83. The cause was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, the New York Times reported. Nimoy was best known...Show More Summary
With the death on Friday of “Star Trek” actor Leonard Nimoy, mourners might be looking for a place to pay tribute to their favorite Vulcan. Alas, the Smithsonian’s model of the Starship Enterprise used on the cult hit TV series isn’t available for public view, although it’s part of the Air and Space Museum’s vast […]
The Verizon guy would have made an endearing science officer. (more…)
For a guy who claims to be the hugest Star Trek fan in this galaxy or any other, Oregon state Rep. Bill Post is kind of a moron. After we learned last week of the death of Leonard Nimoy (not a Republican), who played the beloved (but, ahem, fictional) character of Mr. Show More Summary
Space games Elite: Dangerous and Star Citizen will both honour the late Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy via in-game memorials. It follows a similar pledge from Star Trek Online developer Cryptic, after 1000 players logged on to the aging MMO simply to pay their respects to Mr Spock. Show More Summary
Farewell Leonard Nimoy, you have been, and forever shall be our friend. The legendary man who made famous Mr. Spock from Star Trek, died on Friday at age 83. Today, Brian Sweeney joins us to take a look at the extraordinary actor who made Mr. Spock into one of history’s greatest TV characters.
Fans of The Big Bang Theory have already called out for a tribute episode to Leonard Nimoy. The 83-year-old actor, who passed away on Friday, was best known for his role of Spock in Star Trek. He has often been mentioned on the comedy...Show More Summary
For Jason Perlow, and millions of young TV viewers, Nimoy's portrayal of Star Trek's Mr. Spock was an inspiration to enter the fields of science and technology.
The passing of Spock – and an imminent move – reminded me of the treasure trove of Star Trek Stuff I own. Among the Trek gems: two original (and authentic) series scripts used by Walter Koenig in Operation Earth and The Cloud Minders. They’re signed by him and other members of the cast, and are the real […]
There’snoarguingthatLeonardNimoy madeahugeimpactonthepopcultureworldwithhisiconicportrayalof StarTrek‘s Mr.Spock.Sincehispassing,Trekkiesnearandfarhavebeenhonoringtheactorinavarietyofways.AccordingtoTheVerge,thecreatorsofStarTrekOnlShow More Summary
Though a charity commitment in Florida may have kept him from attending the funeral of his longtime friend Leonard Nimoy, William Shatner held an online memorial of sorts for his Star Trek co-star, who died Friday at 83. On Sunday, Shatner...Show More Summary
William Shatner is fighting back after the New York Daily News posted on Twitter an early look at its Sunday cover, which called the actor "Captain Jerk" for not attending the funeral of fellow "Star Trek" actor Leonard Nimoy.
Leonard Nimoy died Friday of end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at his Bel Air, Los Angeles, home at the age of 83. Of course, he will always be remembered for the groundbreaking role of Star Trek’s Mr. Spock. But he also...Show More Summary
Beloved actor, director, photographer, poet and musician Leonard Nimoy died this week at the age of 83. His longtime Star Trek costar and close friend William Shatner opened up about Nimoy in a Twitter eulogy this afternoon, in which...Show More Summary
William Shatner is understandably still grieving the loss of his good friend and former Star Trek co-star Leonard Nimoy. But because the 83-year-old actor had a prior charity commitment and can’t attend the funeral, he’s received some backlash, particularly in the form of a New York Daily News front page story. William took to Twitter [...]
WIlliam Shatner took to Twitter on Sunday to remember his friend and fellow "Star Trek" co-star, Leonard Nimoy, who died on Friday at the age of 83. Shatner described Nimoy as: "Intelligent, insightful" and "a precious gem of a man."Shatner, who couldn't attend Nimoy's memorial on Sunday, started the Twitter discussion around noon with the hashtag #LeonardNimoy.