Omaze charity efforts for the Star Trek: To Boldly Go campaign, has afforded fans some great sneak peeks of the forthcoming sequel Star Trek Beyond, including some new aliens, the new Starfleet uniforms, and the cast showing off their best dance moves on the bridge of the Enterprise.
With only one week left to donate, the possibility of earning the chance to win a walk-on role in the move from director Justin Lin is at your finger tips. Of course with only a few days left, a new charity video has surfaced that also acts as a Leonard Nimoy tribute, complete with the cast giving Spock’s customary farewell.
While making the publicity rounds for Neill Blomkaump‘s Chappie, Sigourney Weaver was finally asked about her thoughts and interest in the Ghostbusters reboot. Would she be open to a cameo, or want a meatier role in Paul Feig‘s all-female Ghostbusters? (more…)
We’re all still coming to grips with the loss of Leonard Nimoy and people are celebrating his life and contributions in a number of ways. The day he passed away a number of fans and Star Trek Online players gathered on Vulcan to pay their respects. Cryptic Studios, the creative group behind Star Trek Online announced an in-game memorial and it went live today. (more…)
With the passing of a legend, Jeremy and Jason are joined by Chris Cummins and Matthew Jackson to talk about Leonard Nimoy‘s rich and diverse career and the value of Star Trek and Nimoy’s role in the establishment of that franchise.
A little more than a year ago, Harold Ramis passed away. I thought about his death again this weekend after Leonard Nimoy passed. Both were the kinds of celebrity deaths that make you feel old and hit you hardest: icons from my and probably your childhood. When Ramis died, the internet reacted unkindly to Murray’s statement about the loss of his friend and colleague. I wrote something about it and as we see Shatner get some of the same heat, it seemed right to once again write something. Sort of…
Cryptic Studios, the creative group that runs Star Trek Online has announced the addition of an in-game memorial to both Spock and Leonard Nimoy. It’s being reported that throughout yesterday, about 1000 players traveled to the planet Vulcan in-game to pay their respects in an impromptu memorial service around the Fountain on Vulcan. (more…)
We’re all saddened by the passing of Leonard Nimoy earlier today. It will take some time for most of us to fully process his loss. People all over the world are responding to his passing in tweets, Facebook posts, and other social media. Take a look and then tell us one of your favorite Nimoy moments in film, television, convention appearances, or just that random encounter you had with Nimoy one day. (more…)
Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek‘s iconic Mr. Spock, passed away today at the age of 83 just days after being rushed to a California hospital for chest pain. Nimoy had been suffering from C.O.P.D., a lung disease. He is survived by his wife of 26 years, his two children, and millions of fans and admirers.
Last week the Internet was a buzz over the rumor that hinted at the possibility that Star Trek 3 director Roberto Orci was writing an on-screen cameo for William Shatner and Leonard Nimoy. Both Orci and Shatner took to the Twitter-verse to slam the door on that rumor, but over the weekend at Wizard World Nashville Shatner was singing a new tune. (more…)
Love it or hate it, the Star Trek universe has been rebooted in a newer and shinier way so that the next generation of viewers can be appeased and transformed into a new wave of Trekkies. One of those responsible for the reimagining is writer and producer Roberto Orci. He put his mark on Star Trek, Star Trek Into Darkness and is currently working on the third installment of the franchise. And, if he has his way, he’d like to bring Leonard Nimoy and William Shatner back to the big screen with Star Trek 3, if only for a little while. (more…)