Zachary Quinto memorialized the legendary sci-fi icon, who's name now adorns the avenue outside the original "Star Trek" soundstages.
If you read our report from the set of Star Trek Beyond , you may have wondered why there weren’t quotes from Zachary Quinto. That’s because while Quinto was filming as Spock, he wasn’t talking to the media... in honor of Leonard Nimoy, who never did interviews while in character. And that’s just the start of how Nimoy’s passing is impacting Star Trek Beyond. Read more...
The fourth feature film of the Star Trek franchise, The Voyage Home, was released in 1988. It immediately stood apart from the first three films, and its magic has never been duplicated. Conceived and directed by Leonard Nimoy, it highlighted...Show More Summary
Zachary Qunito, who’s played Mr. Spock in the newest Star Trek films, paid tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy, during a fan event on Friday night. According to Entertainment Tonight, Qunito appeared at the event titled Star Trek Beyond at Paramount Studios in California to celebrate the Star Trek franchise’s 50th anniversary. Show More Summary
In a November 2015 episode of The Big Bang Theory — “The Spock Resonance” — Jim Parsons’ character Sheldon can be seen at one point addressing a video recorder and professing his respect for the half-human, half-Vulcan officer so essential to the Star Trek franchise. The moment is a typical bit of Sheldon uber-geekery. Show More Summary
There are certain actors who are indelibly linked to one role in their career. Leonard Nimoy is Mr. Spock. Daniel Radcliffe is otherwise known as Harry Potter. Jeremy Piven has appeared in dozens of films and television shows, for the past four seasons starring as Harry Gordon Selfridge in Masterpiece...
When “Star Trek” icon Leonard Nimoy died a little more than a year ago, he and William Shatner hadn’t spoken in years, and new details reveal what may have been the cause of their falling-out. “On the anniversary of Nimoy’s...
As filming continues on COPD: Highly Illogical—A Special Tribute to Leonard Nimoy, a new perk will be of interest to fans considering...
“For The Love Of Spock” celebrates the upcoming 50th Anniversary of Star Trek through a personal, intimate look at the life and career of Leonard Nimoy, and his alter-ego, Mr. Spock, as told by his son, Adam Nimoy. Official Selection, 2016 TRIBECA FILM FESTIVAL “For The Love Of Spock” 2016 Teaser Trailer The post For The Love Of Spock appeared first on The Big Picture.
Zachary Quinto is all smiles as he hits the red carpet at the premiere of For The Love Of Spock held during the 2016 Tribeca Film Festival at the SVA Theatre 1 on Monday (April 18) in New York City. The 38-year-old actor was joined at the event by director Adam Nimoy, who was the [...]
This is definitely the coolest piece of marketing for X-Men: Apocalypse, and whoever came up with it over at Fox most certainly deserves a raise. Inspired by the classic In Search Of docuseries hosted by Leonard Nimoy, this promo for a fictional series titled In the Footsteps Of… briefly explores the origins of Oscar Isaac’s X-Men villain. Show More Summary
Spock, an iconic presence on the original Star Trek series and its multiple incarnations over the next 50 years, might have been another all-but-forgotten TV character, like Alf or Doby Gillis — if not for Leonard Nimoy. As written, Spock was supposed to be logical, emotionless. Show More Summary
For the Love of Spock is a documentary about Leonard Nimoy and the beloved character he played on Star Trek. Nimoy's son Adam is the director, the film was funded with the help of Kickstarter, and is playing at the Tribeca Film Festival...Show More Summary
For The Love Of Spock is an upcoming documentary, directed by Adam Nimoy, that both celebrates the 50th anniversary of Star Trek and reflects on the inspiring life of actor and father Leonard Nimoy (Spock). Zachary Quinto, who played Spock in the Star Trek reboot films, will narrate the documentary. It is set to come […]
Leonard Nimoy died in 2015, but his memory — and the memory of his character Spock — is the subject of a special tribute in this new film.
Everyone associates the late Leonard Nimoy with the Star Trek TV series and films, and some are ensuring that no one forgets the man who played the iconic character Spock. In the upcoming Star Trek: Beyond, the passing of the actor will get a definite mention, plus a documentary by Nimoy’s son about his famous... Show More Summary
Adam Nimoy, son of Leonard Nimoy, raised over $662,00 on Kickstarter to make the documentary For the Love of Spock—a tribute to his father's life and his role as Spock on Star Trek.
In late 2014, Adam Nimoy and his father made the first plans to create a documentary about Spock, exploring behind-the-scenes Star Trek footage in more detail than any book or film had done before. When Leonard Nimoy tragically passed away following complications with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in February of 2015, the project quite aptly […]
If you're searching for an example of genuine brotherly love, you don't start with Cain and Abel. Perhaps the choicest place to look is Vincent and Theo Van Gogh. Although Vincent only did one portrait of his brother, he wrote hundreds of letters--often asking for funds, granted--in which it makes plain that he loved his brother deeply. Show More Summary
The first trailer for For The Love of Spock, the Leonard Nimoy documentary that raised over $660,000 on kickstarter, released its first trailer, warming hearts and watering eyes everywhere. For The Love of Spock is a documentary project funded on kickstarter and spearheaded by the son of Leonard Nimoy, Adam Nimoy, to explore the character […]