Mr. Nimoy's family, friends and colleagues celebrated the polymath actor through some of his favorite media: film, poetry, photography and music.
"Star Trek" icon Leonard Nimoy died this past February 27, and his son Adam is now fighting for the Spock doc they both wanted to live long and prosper. The documentary, called "For the Love of Spock," has a Kickstarter page with a goal of $600,000. Show More Summary
From our friends at Hypable.Adam Nimoy, son of the late Leonard Nimoy, wants to make a documentary about the beloved "Star Trek" actor, and his most iconic role.Sunday was Father's Day, but not everyone got to celebrate. Adam Nimoy lost...Show More Summary
Five decades ago he was Captain Kirk on the original “Star Trek.” Today he's a legend. YahooTech's David Pogue sits down with the world's busiest starship commander for a fascinating discussion about fame, old friends, and technolog...
Zachary Quinto shared his memories of Leonard Nimoy with Time Magazine recently. The world was “a better place for having had Leonard Nimoy in it,” said Quinto. Although not a fan of Star Trek as a child, Quinto was aware of Nimoy. “Of course, I was aware of, and fascinated by, his work as Spock, […]
LONDON — For anyone who has gone through the heartbreak of having their dad pass away, Father's Day is an annual reminder of what you no longer have. See also: Leonard Nimoy's son beams up ‘Mr. Spock’ documentary It's not just thoseShow More Summary
As you may have heard, Leonard Nimoy's son Adam Nimoy is working on what sounds like an incredible and touching documentary called "For the Love of Spock" -- about both the Star Trek character of Spock and about Leonard Nimoy's career (for the none of you who don't already know this, Nimoy played the iconic Mr. Show More Summary
Adam Nimoy is unique. He’s the only person who can claim to be both the first Trekkie and the son of Spock, the Star Trek Enterprise’s science officer. Not that that dual existence was always easy. “My relationship with him, having Spock in the house. Show More Summary
Star Trek fans –commonly known as Trekkies– have many things to be worried about: Worrying about UV light fading that priceless Leonard Nimoy autograph over their original ST blue shirt; worrying about securing tickets for the next Star Trek Con; worrying about not losing their virginity –EVER....
If you are a fan of science fiction in any form, you surely know the name Leonard Nimoy. Nimoy played Spock in the original Star Trek series and in many movies on the big screen including…
Leonard Nimoy made an indelible mark on pop culture with his iconic Star Trek character Mr. Spock, and now the actor, who died earlier this year, has made a mark on the cosmos as well. The Minor Planet Center just announced that it’s named an asteroid in Nimoy’s honor. Show More Summary
Let’s be honest here, when playing Star Trek, how often did you want to be Kirk as compared to being Spock? I know I preferred playing the demure and cool headed second in command even though I probably identified mostly with the more shoot-and-ask-questions-later Captain of the Starship Enterprise. Show More Summary
In honour of Leonard Nimoy who passed away earlier this year at the age of 83, astronomers have named an asteroid after the Star Trek actor.
An asteroid that is in the main asteroid belt between Mars and Jupiter has been named for Leonard Nimoy. The asteroid, discovered in 1988 was formerly designated as 1988 RA5. Discovered by Belgian Astronomer Henri Debehogne on September 2, 1988, 1988 RA5 is now 4864 Nimoy. The asteroid, roughly six miles (10 km) across, orbits […]
Asteroid 4864 just got Vulcanized! What exactly does that mean? Well, the piece of space rock that hangs out in the belt between Mars and Jupiter has been officially named 4864 Nimoy after […]
Nichelle Nichols is “resting comfortably” following her stroke, according to a former Star Trek co-star in comments to Variety. Since news first broke of the stroke and sent fans — still raw from the loss of Leonard Nimoy — into a panic, it has come out that the repercussions will be somewhat mild. Show More Summary
Leonard Simon Nimoy has been honored with his own asteroid named after him: Asteroid 4864 Nimoy. The asteroid naming is a fitting tribute to the actor best known for his role in Star Trek as the half-human, half-Vulcan science officer, Spock. Show More Summary
I am pleased to learn that actor Leonard Nimoy has been given a singular honor: The asteroid 4864 Nimoy has been named after him. The asteroid is very roughly 10 km across and is in the main belt between Mars and Jupiter. It orbits the...Show More Summary
Nichelle Nichols was hospitalized after the Star Trek actress suffered a stroke. Famed for playing the role of Lieutenant Uhura in the beloved outer space TV show, Nicholas was taken to a Los Angeles hospital, reported the Huffington Post. Show More Summary
Ok Star Trek fans, listen up, because this needs to happen. 2016 marks the 50th anniversary of The Original Series. In commemoration of that event, Adam Nimoy had been working with his father, the late Leonard Nimoy, to create a documentary film about the life of the character Mr. Show More Summary