‘Star Trek’ actress Celeste Yarnall sadly passed away on Oct. 7 after a four-year battle with cancer. As we mourn her passing, we’re sharing the top 5 things to know about the late actress.
‘Star Trek’ director J.J. Abrams revealed that he ‘can’t possibly imagine’ recasting Anton Yelchin’s role in future reboot movies. J.J. admitted that there is ‘no replacing’ Anton, who tragically died in June 2016.
daTrekkies, rejoice! J.J. Abrams teased what’s going to happen in the next ‘Star Trek’ installment on July 15, including Chris Hemsworth’s character’s fate. Find out more about the fourth ‘Star Trek’ reboot right here!
In a shocking twist, George Takei is slamming the decision to make John Cho’s Sulu gay in ‘Star Trek Beyond.’ He calls the reveal ‘unfortunate’ and a ‘twisting’ of the ‘Star Trek’ creator’s work.
This was something we didn’t see coming! After it was revealed that Sulu is gay in the Star Trek movie franchise, the openly gay George Takei, 79, who originated the role on the TV series, spoke out against the decision. He’s “delighted” that there is a gay character in the Star Trek universe, but he doesn’t believe it’s what Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry would have wanted.
Say hello to a new Rihanna song! One month ahead of the July 22 release of ‘Star Trek Beyond,’ RiRi dropped her song for the movie’s soundtrack titled ‘Sledgehammer,’ and it’s absolutely amazing. Listen to the track in the background of a brand new trailer right here!
Who knew Rihanna was going to be part of the latest Star Trek movie? The 28-year-old singer released her contribution to Star Trek Beyond on June 27, which is a song called “Sledgehammer.” Between Star Trek and RiRi, of course the song is incredible!
Anton Yelchin’s friends, family and ‘Star Trek’ costars are reeling from his tragic death, and we’ve learned that the film’s producers are going to do the late actor’s memory justice and dedicate the film to him. Get the details right here.
Anton Yelchin lost his life in a freak car accident on June 19, and HollywoodLife.com has learned that one of the last movies he filmed, Star Trek Beyond, will include a tribute to him upon its release on July 22. Read on to see how the movie’s producers intend to honor Anton.
Heartbreaking details about Anton Yelchin’s tragic car accident have come to light. A report says that the 2015 Jeep Grand Cherokee that he was killed in was part of a recall announced last year due to issues with the ‘e-shift’ transmission — get all of the info right here.
Anton Yelchin was the victim of a fatal car accident on June 19, and we’ve learned that the car he was driving was actually under recall. Read on to see why Anton’s car was being investigated, along with 850,000 other vehicles, by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration — and how the issues with the car may have contributed to his accident.
Engage! While astronaut Samatha Cristoforetti waited on the International Space Space for an incoming supply ship, she decided to dress up for the occasion. By wearing a ‘Star Trek’ uniform, she not only showed her ‘Trek’ pride — she made history at the same time!
Live Long And Prosper — while looking fashionable! With one wardrobe choice, astronaut Samantha Cristoforetti, 37, decided to go where no one has gone before. Samantha’s outfit helped her break history while becoming the number one Star Trek fan in the world…and beyond!
Poor William. The ‘Star Trek’ star was seen with tears streaming down his cheeks just hours after his dear friend and co-star Leonard tragically passed away, according to new pictures. Click to see the pics.
William Shatner, 83, was spotted for the first time since the death of Leonard Nimoy, 83, on Feb. 27 at a Florida airport, and he couldn’t hold back his tears, new pictures of the Star Trek star seem to indicate. Leonard was one of William’s dear friends and played Spock to his Captain Kirk. What a loss this must be for William.
After being diagnosed with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in 2014, Leonard Nimoy often tweeted about the health hazards caused by cigarette smoking, a habit he gave up some thirty years ago. One of the last tweets the actor wrote read, ‘Don’t smoke. I did. Wish I never had. LLAP’ (Live Long And Prosper).
On Jan. 10, Leonard Nimoy, 83, took to Twitter to warn his fans against the dangers of cigarette smoking, writing ‘Don’t smoke. I did. Wish I never had. LLAP’. Just nearly two months later the Star Trek actor died from lung failure. Prior to his death, the legendary performer did his best to help smokers worldwide quit and tweeted anti-cigarette smoking messages on a regular basis.
It’s a sad day for anyone that calls themselves a ‘Star Trek’ fan. Though Leonard Nimoy did many incredible things outside of the show, most people will remember him best as the Vulcan who cared from the iconic series. In light of his passing, we’re revisiting his career as Spock that carried over for decades.
Live long and prosper — four words that will always be associated with the man who played Spock on ‘Star Trek’ for generations of fans, Leonard Nimoy. Sadly, on Feb. 27, Leonard lost his battle with end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at the age of 83. While he will be sorely missed, he leaves behind a legacy as an iconic character that no one will ever forget. Here are his five best moments as Spock.
As the tragic news of Leonard Nimoy’s death spreads, fans are finding different ways to mourn his passing. Trekkies immediately turned to Spock’s funeral scene from the film The Wrath of Khan where the cast said a tearful goodbye their good friend.
We are all heartbroken over the death of beloved actor Leonard Nimoy, 83, who left us on Friday, Feb. 27. The legendary Star Trek actor suffered from end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Although his funeral details have yet to be released, fans across the globe are already commiserating by sharing Spock’s funeral scene from the film The Wrath of Khan.
This is a such sad day — ‘Star Trek’ star Leonard Nimoy has passed away at the age of 83. Hollywood is mourning the death of this legend by sending their love and kind messages via social media.
Leonard Nimoy will forever be remembered in the world of Hollywood. His iconic role as Spock in Star Trek will be engraved in our brains forever — his death is clearly a hard pill for celebs to swallow. See their sweet tweets after hearing the devastating news.
One of Leonard Nimoy’s many ‘Star Trek’ co-stars, George Takei, is truly sad over the loss of his longtime friend. In an interview, George reacts to Leonard’s death and reveals that he was a very ‘noble’ person.
George Takei, 77, is one of the first original Star Trek cast members to react to the tragic news of Leonard Nimoy‘s death. In his first interview on Andrea Mitchell Reports on MSNBC from Leonard’s hometown of Boston, Mass., George revealed that the actor, famously known for his role as Mr. Spock, was an ‘extraordinary’ man whose passing the Star Trek family felt very much.
Leonard’s last tweet before his sad passing on Feb. 27 could not have been more perfect. The actor, who was best known for his role of Spock on ‘Star Trek’, tweeted out his iconic catchphrase, ‘Live long and prosper,’ on Feb. 22, just five days before his death.
Trekkies everywhere were heartbroken when Leonard Nimoy died at 83 on Feb. 27, but they can take comfort in knowing that the Star Trek actor lived long and prospered until the very end. Read the rest of his bittersweet tweet right here.
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