Star Trek’s first captain is playing himself in one of the final episodes of the hit CBS sitcom.Read More
In a rare interview following an early Star Trek convention the original Kirk ponders the possible return of Star Trek.
This spring you can see the original Captain Kirk live on stage after a movie screening to hear him talk and ask him questions.
Plus Shatner is looking to help fix up your “fan cave” for a new secret project.
William Shatner says he is ready to be remade as Kirk, with the right technology.
But the original James. T. Kirk has a condition for a return to Trek
Star Trek’s Captain Kirk has been honored by the land of his birth.
The clash of the Star Trek captains has flared up again.
William Shatner ponders one more time in his iconic role as Kirk.
Plus the Discovery cast try their hand at Trek trivia, and we have a great new tribute supercut.
In our exclusive interview William Shatner also talks about working with Gene Roddenberry, Nicholas Meyer and his next documentary.
William Shatner also talks about how Ricardo Montalban’s Khan made Kirk a better hero for Star Trek II
Jason Isaacs lets William Shatner know he is not worthy to step into his space boots.
Bill also talks life and death and a (possible) Star Trek VR project.
Bill also talks about the death of Kirk scene in Star Trek: Generations and how he waited for the sequel.
You can also join Shatner for a Zero G adventure at STLV, watch him reunite with Christopher Lloyd, and see him troll the Canadian PM.
They also reminisce about auditioning for TNG, and name the worst episodes of the series.
Brace for impact as the franchises collide.
Celebrities, scientists and more share their love for Star Trek’s William Shatner.
‘The Truth Is in the Stars’ has William Shatner interviewing everyone from Seth MacFarlane to Stephen Hawking, celebrating the deep connection between art and science.
Sir Patrick Stewart is facepalming again, Alexander Siddig is leading a shadowy league, William Shatner is dancing the can-can and Chris Pine and J.J. Abrams are awarding Zachary Quinto. See all that and more in our latest Star Trek ‘CelebWatch’ update.
William Shatner still has it. The 85 year-old actor entertained fans in suburban Philadelphia for two-straight hours in the most recent return of his self-titled tour that covered his life and career. It’s “Shatner’s World”, we just live in it.