George Takei tries to tune his "Star Trek" co-star out, yet can't help but laugh when he hears William Shatner's disparaging comments.
Zachary Quinto says everyone wants Star Trek 4, but he believes the market might be a bit too saturated for it.
Witness the clash of Star Wars versus Star Trek as Mark Hamill and Sir Patrick Stewart face off over the pronunciation of 'tomatoes' in the new Uber Eats ads.
Though Fargo series creator Noah Hawley's Star Trek movie appears to be on pause, the director has dropped a couple of hints as to what it could look like.
Blu del Barrio and Ian Alexander will board the U.S.S. Discovery as Adira and Gray, respectively, when the series returns.
The actress, who allegedly has dementia, is surrounded by a flurry of legal activity between her son and her manager.
Ben Cross, the English actor best known for his portrayal of the British Olympic athlete Harold Abrahams in the 1981 Best Picture Oscar winner Chariots of Fire and as Sarek in the 2009 reboot Star Trek, died today in Vienna after a short illness. He was 72. The veteran stage and screen star's family confirmed […]
Patrick Stewart held an apt reunion for the times on the occasion of his 80th birthday.
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Chris Pine is lining up to be the new Simon Templar in the rebooted movie version of The Saint, according to reports.
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The cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation beamed in for a video chat with cast-mate Marina Sirtis yesterday, to help celebrate her birthday.
Patrick Stewart is employing his classical acting training to sooth and calm panic over the spreading coronavirus outbreak.
In a world where remakes and reboots have monopolised the movie business, the notion of William Shatner returning as (the late) Captain James Tiberius Kirk really isn't so outlandish, right?
The writers of Star Trek: Picard says they made 'loving and respectful' but 'judicious' choices about which characters to bring back.
“[Star Trek has] always been a mirror to society. Art imitates life, life imitates art."
The actor had a few conditions for returning as Jean-Luc Picard.
Whoopi Goldberg got all misty-eyed, after Sir Patrick Stewart invited her back to the Star Trek fold.