TrekMovie has put together some fun Star Trek celeb stuff from Saturday at San Diego Comic Con including photos of Patrick Stewart and video of the crowd singing him happy birthday. Plus Bob Orci reveals the truth about a government conspiracy, and finally video of Zachary Quinto and Damon Lindelof "audition" for Fringe.
SDCC Crowd sings happy birthday to Patrick Stewart
On Saturday Star Trek: The Next Generation’s Sir Patrick Stewart attended his first San Diego Comic Con to attend the panel for Dorothy of Oz in which he voices the character of Tuck. During the pnael, Dorothy of Oz co-star Megan Hilty spontaneously decided to lead the crowd in singing happy birthday to Sir Patrick who turned 71 on July 13th.
And here are some photos with Sir Patrick at the Dorothy of Oz panel.
Sir Patrick Stewart at San Diego Comic Con – July 23, 2011
Sir Patrick and Megan Hilty Stewart at San Diego Comic Con – July 23, 2011
Orci: Government is lying about Aliens!
Anyone who follows Star Trek co-writer/producer Bob Orci on Twitter or even with his comments here at TrekMovie knows that he is a skeptic when it comes to official stories from the government. Here is an excerpt from an article at The Wrap from Saturdays SDCC Cowboys & Aliens premiere.
When asked if aliens exist, ‘Cowboys & Aliens’ writer and producer Roberto Orci perked up.
“I think the evidence clearly indicates that the government’s lying about what the hell’s going on.”
The truth is out there Bob!
Bob Orci doesn’t trust the government about aliens but is all smiles with Oliva Wilde at premiere of "Cowboys & Aliens" at San Diego Comic Con – July 23, 2011
Zachary Quinto, Damon Lindelof and others audition for Fringe’s Peter
Finally, at the Fringe panel on Saturday Warner Brothers and Fox decided to reveal the "Peter audition tapes" for featuring actors who auditioned for the role of Peter. The tapes turned out to be a gag which included Star Trek producer Damon Lindelof, the new Mr. Spock Zachary Quinto and others including Ben Schwartz, Rebecca Mader Geoff Stults, Paul Scheer, Michael Emerson and Danny Pudi.
POLL: Are we not alone?
Well Bob Orci has weighed in on the notion of visits from Aliens, so what do you think?