If there's one man who knows what it takes to command a starship, it's William Shatner. The iconic actor played Captain James T. Kirk for the three seasons of the original '
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William Shatner talked about his new movie and getting older with FOX 411.
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Coronation Street star William Roache apologises after appearing to suggest sex abuse victims are paying the price for their behaviour in "previous lives" during an interview.
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An online poll to decide a name for a pair of Pluto's newly discovered moons is taking place, with William Shatner campaigning for the one to be called Vulcan
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What can one say about actor, writer, director, pitchman, sci-fi hero, cultural icon, and living legend William Shatner that has not already been said over the last half century? Especially when said actor is one’s boyhood hero...
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Hardcore Star Trek fans don’t care for the rebooted 2009 movie for its inconsistencies with the Trek universe. (You killed Vulcan, you b------d.) As we know, the upcoming videogame is also part of the rebooted universe. But old school fans should appreciate that the game pays homage to the original series by taking on an old enemy familiar to William Shatner’s James T. Kirk,...
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In recent weeks, William Shatner has emerged as a social media icon of sorts. Not only did the actor, pitchman and onetime Captain Kirk engage an in-orbit astronaut in a Twitter chat, he also joined the more raw world of Reddit and took a stand against what he saw as a culture there that permits a fair amount of racism and bigotry.
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"Star Trek" fans, rejoice: an online vote to name Pluto's two newest, tiny moons is over, and the top suggestion is "Vulcan" - suggested by actor William Shatner, who played Captain Kirk in the original "Star Trek" TV series.
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William Shatner, who portrayed Capt. James T. Kirk in the television series, was not in costume Saturday but hundreds of fans were at the Dallas Convention Center.
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William Shatner, better known to Star Trek fans worldwide as Capt. James T. Kirk of the USS Enterprise, has a bone to pick with J.J. Abrams, director of the upcoming “Star Trek Into Darkness” and the untitled “Star Wars” revival. Shatner, who starred in the original 1960s television version of “Star Trek,” feels that Abrams is being “a pig” by choosing to help both the "Star...
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