The beloved Leonard tragically passed away at the age of 83 on Feb. 27, and fans are taking to Twitter to mourn the ‘Star Trek’ actor.
Star Trek fans around the world are grieving the loss of Leonard Nimoy, who sadly died on Feb. 27 at 83. After hearing the devastating news, fans headed to social media to give a final salute to their treasured Spock.
How sad. Leonard Nimoy has passed away at 83 years old. The actor was best known for his role as Spock on ‘Star Trek,’ and he will be mourned by mass amounts of his beloved and loyal fans.
Leonard Nimoy, 83, has sadly passed away. The iconic Star Trek actor suffered from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, which ultimately took his life on Friday, Feb. 27. He will be sorely missed.
Beloved ‘Star Trek’ actor Leonard Nimoy, who played the beloved half-human, half-Vulcan Spock over the course of decades, revealed that he is suffering from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease on Twitter.
82-year-old Leonard Nimoy has lived long, and hopefully he will continue to prosper. The iconic Star Trek actor took to Twitter to tell his legions of adoring fans that he was suffering from lung disease, urging them to quit smoking in the process.
We’re finally getting our first glimpse of the new ‘Star Trek’ movie — and it’s spooky.
Star Trek Into Darkness is boldly going where no Star Trek has gone before: to Twitter! Paramount Pictures tweeted the first official poster for the sequel Dec. 3, revealing Benedict Cumberbatch‘s villainous character — rumored to be the infamous Khan — standing atop the rubble of a city in ruins.
Who’s your all-time favorite captain? See them here, then boldly vote like no reader has voted before.
When I initially heard that all five Star Trek captains came together for the first time June 4 at Wizard World Philadelphia Comic Con, I was like, “Chris Pine? Where?” As it turns out, it was just a reunion for the TV captains — and it was actually kind of mind-blowing! William Shatner (Star Trek), Patrick Stewart (Star Trek: The Next Generation), Avery Brooks (Star Trek: Deep Space Nine), Kate Mulgrew (Star Trek: Voyager) and Scott Bakula (Star Trek: Enterprise) were all seated side-by-side as never before. So go on, geek out.
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The famous ‘Star Trek’ actor called Twilight ‘really, really bad.’ Was he out of line?
George Takei, best known as Hikaru Sulu on Star Trek, made a video addressing his former co-star William Shatner and Star Wars’ Carrie Fisher, who have been feuding over whose franchise is better, to focus on the bigger problem in the science fiction world today: Twilight.
Can you imagine how worried you’d be if a long-time pal went missing for weeks on end?
Now that 41-year-old Andrew Koenig has been missing since Feb. 14, his old friend, former Full House star Candace Cameron-Bure confided to HollywoodLife.com she’s deeply worried about his safety.
“We will pray that they find him and that he’s safe,” Candace — who became close to Andrew when he worked with her brother, Kirk Cameron, on the 90’s sitcom Growing Pains — told HollywoodLife.com exclusively at the Movieguide Awards Feb. 23 in Los Angeles.
Now that actor Andrew has been missing for more than a week, his father, Star Trek actor Walter Koenig, has finally come forward to say his son was in a bad emotional state right before his disappearance
Andrew Koenig starred on the 90s sitcom Growing Pains as Mike Seaver‘s (Kirk Cameron) rowdy best friend, Richard “Boner” Stabone, but the actor, now 41, had been battling depression before disappearing on Valentine’s Day, his dad says.
Watch Andrew in ‘Growing Pains’ here…
Sorry ladies, looks like Chris isn’t on the market just yet!
If you thought you had a fighting chance with Star Trek hottie Chris Pine, think again. Despite reports of a split during the Golden Globes, he and on again/off again girlfriend, Iron Man 2 star Olivia Munn, are still very much together.
Although the gorgeous duo – who have been together since October 2009 – didn’t look as if they were shooting sunshine out their bums as they left L.A. eatery Madeo Jan. 21, at least we at HollywoodLife.com can confirm that they’re still actually seeing one another.
So much gushing from celebs for the $1 billion blockbuster!
You go James Cameron! Not only is Avatar knocking out box office numbers at more than $1 billion worldwide, but EVERYBODY in the industry can’t seem to get enough of the blue goods. From the Obamas, Audrina Patridge, and Rainn Wilson to Vanessa Hudgens and Zac Efron, check out which celebs saw Avatar — and which of them loved it. Then, of course, there was John Mayer!
Can you believe you barely heard of these megastars before 2009?
Some major celebs dominated this news year. Rihanna, Barack Obama, Tiger Woods, Charlie Sheen all made headlines in a big way! But what about the stars you barely heard of until this year? Here are 8 celebs who broke out in 2009 in a BIG way! Read more
Geeks’ goddess, Olivia Munn, goes Maxim and movies!
Nerd boys, rejoice! Your favorite hot geek girl, Olivia Munn, has a steamy spread in the new January issue of Maxim. Olivia, the co-host of variety show Attack of the Show! on video game network G4. Not nerdy enough for you? She also dates Star Trek hottie, Chris Pine! Olivia, we’re jealous! Every man secretly wants to find a girl who is both sexy and nerdy (like a girl that will sit around playing video games all day and talking tech) and it seems you’re that girl! Read more
Does Rihanna want to join the Star Trek crew aboard the Enterprise?
Rihanna, are you raiding Captain Spock’s closet?! It sure looks like it in this get-up, but don’t ask Scotty to beam you up just yet! The singer accessorized her Alexander Vauthier pantsuit in NYC on Dec. 8 with a gold belt and the same spiky gold shoes she wore to her album release party! Ri, we love how you re-wear your one-of-a-kind accessories, but we can’t get over the striking resemblance you share with real-deal trekkies! What do you think of Rihanna’s futuristic look? Read more & vote!
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