There’s been a big anti-smoking movement in America for years, to the point where people have even criticized characters smoking in movies. While we think that things like that are going a little too far, we’re all for people speaking out against what can be a very deadly habit in the long run.
Star Trek is Paramount’s biggest franchise, and it’s amazing how it keeps going on and on after all these years.
Oh, those pesky rumors that keep circulating about Star Trek 2. Yes, JJ Abrams is trying to keep his shoot top secret, which obviously isn’t easy in this day and age.
There must be some cosmic Star Trek serendipity going on, but the same week William Shatner reached his 81st birthday (!), Leonard Nimoy completed his cameo for The Big Bang Theory.
Last year was definitely a sad time for Trekkies as Leonard Nimoy announced he was retiring from acting.
While we still don't know who the Star Trek 2 villain is, reports are now surfacing that there won't be any original Star Trek alumni in the film.
Whether you're a Trekkie or not, the news that Leonard Nimoy is saying goodbye to the convention scene is actually fairly sad.
Leonard Nimoy will always be Spock for innumerable Star Trek fans. Say what you will about Zachary Quinto, but Nimoy was the original archetype for the half human, half Vulcan character.
At 80 years old, the wildly popular veteran of science-fiction film and television has decided to call it a career.