Posts with tag "William Shatner"
- Posted Jun 21st 2011 at 02:05 AM by Moviefone Editors
We haven't heard a lot on the 'Star Trek 2' front, what with director J.J. Abrams spending his time promoting 'Super 8.' However, William Shatner does have some news about the blockbuster sequel: he (unfortunately) won't be in it. Shatner. who was a little peeved about not getting a cameo in the first 'Star Trek,' announced his non-involvement at the Calgary Comic Expo during a Q+A session: ...
- Posted Mar 9th 2011 at 01:20 AM by Moviefone Editors
Being a NASA astronaut is awesome enough on its own, but the crew of the Discovery shuttle got an extra dose of cool when their wake-up call was changed to the 'Star Trek' opening as read by William Shatner. Shatner famously played Captain James Tiberius Kirk on the original 'Star Trek' television series, whose theme came in second place in a public vote to compile a Top 40 list for NASA's Song...
- Posted Feb 15th 2011 at 06:25 AM by Kelly Fisher
Conan O'Brien certainly knows how to set the mood for Valentine's Day on 'Conan.' In a contest, appropriately called 'Conan's V-D Explosion,' the talk show host had viewers submit videos of them eating a romantic meal. The winners, DJ and Sabrina from Melbourne, Fla., shared Valentine's Day dinner -- straight from Taco Bell -- on stage throughout the show. And the surprise guest? None other ...
- Posted Nov 14th 2010 at 10:19 AM by The Editors of Urlesque
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"These people on Facebook, they're not your friends," says William Shatner, addressing Jimmy Kimmel's late-night viewers in a recently aired faux PSA. The comedian has declared this Wednesday, Nov. 17 "National Unfriend Day" -- a pretend holiday on which he hopes all Americans will stop and go through their Facebook accounts to weed out random acquaintances and old classmates with whom they're ...
- Posted Nov 4th 2010 at 01:15 PM by Sarah Crow
William Shatner brought his trademark spoken-word style to 'Lopez Tonight' on Wednesday, covering Cee-Lo's very not-safe-for-TV 'F**k You.' The '$#*! My Dad Says' star chose not to clean up the bitter ode to heartbreak, opting to leave the censoring to professionals. This is far from Shatner's first foray into music, having recorded two albums in the past. The actor first entered the music g...
- Posted Sep 23rd 2010 at 09:00 AM by Nicki Gostin
The tweets beget the book which beget the television show. Tonight, CBS premieres '$#*! My Dad Says,' starring the legendary William Shatner as the Dad. The quirky actor engaged in a spit-fire convo with PopEater, rattling off sometimes-wacky answers to questions about the new show, 'Star Trek' fanatics (they're not going to be happy) and the best part ... his plans for a new album. Tell me a...
- Posted May 21st 2010 at 08:51 AM by PopEater Staff
Fresh off complaining about a particularly disgusting episode of 'Family Guy,' the Parents Television Council has now set their sights on taking down '$#*! My Dad Says,' a new CBS show starring William Shatner. In their complaint, posted to its website, the PTC charged CBS was showing "contempt for families and the public" by inserting an expletive into the name of the new show, which is based ...
- Posted Jan 12th 2010 at 02:53 PM by PopEater Staff
Richard Simmons got a little too close for comfort to William Shatner during the fourth hour of 'The Today Show,' this morning, prompting the 'Boston Legal' star to say something that the 'Sweatin' to the Oldies' guru didn't particularly appreciate. "It's time to finally to come out and discuss their relationship," Kathie Lee Gifford says, while Simmons hugs a squirming Shatner. "Oh my God t...
- Posted Dec 30th 2009 at 06:00 PM by Bryan Alexander
Twitter is to 2009 what YouTube was to 2005 -- an Internet game-changer and a way for celebrities to take out the middle-man and go straight to their fan base. Who doesn't love a good celebrity tweet every now and again? It makes them seem so human like, 'Hey, I'm part of their life!' But Twitter should be a privilege, not a right ... and frankly, we think there should be some sort of celebrity Tw...
- Posted Dec 4th 2009 at 03:00 PM by Amber James
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This past weekend, Tom Arnold tied the knot... for the fourth time. Love, dating and marriage can be difficult under the Hollywood microscope, and Arnold isn't the first celebrity to be considered a "serial marrier." Even American television and radio host Larry King has said "I Do" a measly eight times! Multiple marriages are a growing trend among celebrities, and our experts weigh in. ...
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