Being the captain of a starship is a tough job, so William Shatner just revealed what character would be his second choice to play on Star Trek should the opportunity ever arise.
We also have an update on William Shatner's thoughts on a CG Captain Kirk for the next movie.
This spring you can see the original Captain Kirk live on stage after a movie screening to hear him talk and ask him questions.
Star Trek was written for adults from the beginning. In the original TV series, we became accustomed to Captain Kirk finding a love interest on every planet the Enterprise visited. Star Trek: The Next Generation continued that tradition, although it had a wider range of characters involved in such romances. Show More Summary
William Shatner, the original Captain Kirk, would be up for a role in a Quentin Tarantino Trek movie. Shatner was asked on...
The original Captain Kirk, William Shatner, says he might be open to Quentin Tarantino's R-rated Star Trek movie.
Back when he was a teenager, Seth Macfarlane filmed a Star Trek fan film. Watch above as he plays the role of Captain James T. Kirk. [TrekGenius News ertainment] The post Seth Macfarlane Created a Star Trek Fan Film as a Teen [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Star Trek's Captain Kirk has been honored by the land of his birth.
In just six days, time is up for the the Twelfth Doctor. While the final goodbyes can be saved for Christmas Day, this heartfelt compilation of messages from fans from all over the world already has us dreading for the end (even if the moment has been prepared for). Also, William Shatner is here for some reason? More »
Amy Kirk wears No. 1 on her jersey as the starting goalkeeper for the Edison High girls’ soccer team, but last year she was really No. 3. Kirk now enjoys a starting role as a senior. But last year as a junior, she was third-string, buried on the Chargers’ depth chart behind a pair of seniors in...
The female Kirk arrives in the second issue of the universe-hopping I.D.I.C mini-series for Boldly Go
The original Kirk's well-known temper has a new target: the newest 'Star Trek' captain.
Sónar festival is beaming cutting-edge dance music to an exoplanet 12 light years from Earth. But can such experiments ever be more than hubris? What item would you choose to sum up humanity if you were, like Captain James T Kirk ofShow More Summary
During the making of John Carpenter's 1978 classic HALLOWEEN, art director Tommy Lee Wallace created slasher Michael Myers' iconic mask by taking a William Shatner / Captain Kirk mask, removing the sideburns, widening the eye holes, and painting the skin white. Show More Summary
It’s been just about 40 years since this mask became iconic horror history. Everyone knows the story of the original Michael Myers mask by now; it was a Captain Kirk mask painted white, yadda yadda. But what does it look like TODAY?! Mark Roberts is the man who has been in possession of that original, […]
If you've ever wanted to boldly go where no 'Star Trek' fan has gone before dressed as your favorite Captain, now you can -- but it'll cost ya... a helluva lot, too. OG wardrobe and props from the first 2 recent 'Star Trek' films -- "Star Trek" and…
“Captain’s log, stardate…” Can you picture Captain Kirk dictating his captain’s logs on the Enterprise? I sure can. I’m the captain of my own life and career, and while the wind and seas are often stormy, I’m having a great time exploring. For the past few years, off and on, I’ve been keeping a short […]
A William Shatner Star Trek Discovery cameo is in the works…in William Shatner’s mind. The actor, who originated the role of Captain Kirk on the 1960s Star Trek series and went on to reprise the role in seven more feature films, is eager to return to the character. Show More Summary
One of the best scenes from Star Trek involves a transporter malfunction in which Captain Kirk comes back as two copies of Captain Kirk: the good copy and the bad copy. It’s a classic moment, and to be clear, it’s completely impossible. Show More Summary
Captain Kirk fought the alien Gorn in the Star Trek episode "Arena" in 1967. It was a lame fight, often called the lamest fight ever. And the lamest move was Kirk's two-handed punch in the Gorn's back that barely registered. But then the move was used again and again in other episodes. Show More Summary