As reported by News Blaze the oldest non profit professional theater in Los Angeles, Company of Angels, is set to honor Star Trek actor Leonard Nimoy at a Gala event in L.A.
Company of Angels (COA) is celebrating this year its 50th Anniversary as Los Angeles' oldest non profit professional theater now headquartered at the historic Alexandria Hotel in downtown LA.
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In a recent LA Times article, writer Geoff Boucher sat down with our favorite vulcan Leonard Nimoy. In the interview they discuss the new film 'Star Trek', Leonard's early years in Hollywood, his past experiences with Star Trek, and the origins of the Vulcan Salute.CONTINUE READING >>
Leonard Nimoy, Chris Pine and Zachary Quinto stopped by Saturday Night Live over the weekend and made a guest appearance on weekend update.
Nimoy, Pine & Quinto take on Trekker reaction to the tagline "This isn't your father's Star Trek' with some lighthearted ribbing of Trek fans Some fans may not find it humorous, but it's definitely not the infamous Shatner 'Get a life' Skit. Although, seeing the Shatner skit first run we thought that was pretty funny as well. Check out the video below.CONTINUE READING >>
Leonard Nimoy stopped by the Late Show with David Letterman last night and delivered the show's famous top ten list. If you missed it, check out the video below and a text version of the top ten list.CONTINUE READING >>
Leonard Nimoy stopped by NBC's Today Show this morning. Included with the interview are a few behind the scene clips from 'Star Trek' which releases today nationwide. As reported earlier, he will also be appearing on The Late Show with David Letterman tonight to present a Star Trek themed top ten list.CONTINUE READING >>
Tune into the Late Show with David Letterman tonight to see Leonard Nimoy present a Star Trek themed top ten list. Also on tonight's show Norm MacDonald and the band Animal Collective. The Late Show airs 11:30 Eastern & Pacific / 10:30 Central.
As reported by The Insider, Leonard Nimoy reflected upon old cast mates that have passed on while filming the new J.J. Abrams Film 'Star Trek'
Nimoy said he got ‘choked-up’ thinking about his old co-stars such as James Doohan and DeForrest Kelly, who have now passed away.
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In a recent interview with the Boston Globe, Leonard Nimoy talks about how Zachary Quinto was a good choice to dawn Spocks pointed ears.
"Zachary Quinto is a very intelligent actor, and he's serious about his work, and he looks enough like me to make the whole thing work," Nimoy told the newspaper about Quinto's role in the upcoming "Trek" film from director J.J. Abrams. (source United Press)CONTINUE READING >>