Star Trek ran for three seasons on television in the late 1960’s before being canceled, but thanks to animation and syndication it was able to boldly go to the movies.
If you’ve seen Star Trek Beyond then you know what they do within the movie to pay tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy’s character Ambassador Spock. (Haven’t seen the movie? Spoiler Warning!!)
The November 5th episode of the Big Bang Theory will most likely make you laugh and cry when Leonard Nimoy’s son makes a guest appearance.
On this date 26 years ago one of the two more forgettable Star Trek movies made with the original cast made it’s theatrical debut domestically.
Join my special guest and I as we take on an “Empire” of topics and pay tribute to an iconic Star Trek actor who recently passed away.
Shatner, Nimoy, Kelly are just three names that helped take a cult classic science fiction television show to the outer reaches of the galaxy on the big screen. Falling just short of my Reggie’s Take Movie Franchise Top 10 is… Read More ›
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Leonard Nimoy passed away on Friday at the age of 83 and will be forever known as Star Trek’s Mr. Spock as we here at Reggie’s Take dedicate this posting to Mr. Nimoy himself.
It was just over a week ago when I posted that William Shatner had confirmed to the world that he had indeed been contacted about appearing in the next Star Trek movie and now it seems we may know how.
After a seven year absence from the big screen Star Trek warped back onto the big screen on May 8th 2009 making today its fifth anniversary of its release in the U.S.
If you’re a fan of the original series of Star Trek, the television show or the movies, more specifically of Leonard Nimoy then you might be interested in the video below.
Star Trek’s TOS third and final season rewarded fans with a number of memorable episodes, it kicked off in September 1968 with “Spock’s Brain”.
If you thought after the 2009 reboot of Star Trek that you would never see Old Spock, Leonard Nimoy on screen with the New Spock, Zachary Quinto again….well your in luck.
The Big Bang Theory is beaming up Leonard Nimoy. The Star Trek icon will fulfill Sheldon’s lifelong dream when he makes a cameo on the show’s March 29 episode.
Star Trek’s TOS second season began in September 1967 with “Amok Time”, which introduced actor Walter Koenig as Russian navigator Pavel Chekov, and granted viewers the first glimpse of Spock’s homeworld, Vulcan.