This week we boldly go back to 1968 to discover whether the famed “first interracial kiss on American network television” was originally supposed to be between Star Trek‘s Uhura and Spock.
This week, Brian Cronin transports us back to 1980 to determine whether Leonard Nimoy made the death of Spock a condition of his participation in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan.
The legendary actor talks about reprising his role as William Bell for tonight’s season finale of Fringe, his incredible career, and his thoughts on J.J. Abrams’ upcoming Star Trek sequel.
Leonard Nimoy will reprise his role as Spock in this week’s episode of CBS’s The Big Bang Theory, lending his voice to an action figure in Sheldon’s dream.
The veteran actor will provide the voice of Sentinel Prime, predecessor of Optimus Prime, in the third and final installment of director Michael Bay’s film series. The movie opens on July 1.
The Star Trek icon could return for one more Fringe appearance. Plus, Andre Royo is set to return as Henry the cab driver!