Several Star Trek actors have taken on the “ice bucket challenge” to raise money for Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS – Lou Gehrig’s Disease).
William Shatner was the first Trek actor to do so, as seen in a video posted here.
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For fans waiting for William Shatner‘s Get a Life! DVD, it has finally been released.
The Get a Life! special originally aired on EPIX back in 2012.
An exchange between NASA and William Shatner on Twitter brought smiles to fans of both.
Back in 2013, Shatner tweeted Astronaut Chris Hadfield, to ask if the astronaut was live-tweeting from space. “@WilliamShatner Yes, Standard Orbit, Captain,” replied Hadfield. “And we’re detecting signs of life on the surface.”
Those attending last week’s San Diego Comic-Con were surprised to see William Shatner in a wheelchair.
Shatner was in the wheelchair due to a leg injury.
Some new perks for the Reading Rainbow Kickstarter were added recently, and will surely be of interest to Trek fans.
The perks include several live storytime events called Reading Rainbow Live! which feature Star Trek actors.
Canadian-born William Shatner has been named the 2014 Calgary Stampede Parade Grand Marshal.
The Calgary Stampede was first held in 1912, and the ten-day annual event takes place every July in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
The nominations for the 30th Annual Television Critics Association (TCA) Awards have been announced.
Amongst the nominees are several Star Trek-related names and shows.
William Shatner has signed a development deal with Ora.TV, an Internet TV network and production studio.
The deal means a move for one of Shatner’s shows, Brown Bag Wine Tasting, beginning June 23.
William Shatner received an award from NASA on Saturday.
The award was presented to Shatner at his annual Hollywood Charity Horse Show.
The eighty-three-year-old William Shatner explained why he keeps working while his age contemporaries are sunning themselves on a beach somewhere in Florida.
Part of the trick is not feeling old. “I feel…it’s a toss-up between adolescences and the maturity of my middle thirties,” said Shatner. “That means I’m not dealing with reality at all. I’m delusional.”
For those who haven’t been able to see William Shatner‘s one-man show, a chance to see it on the big screen will be offered next month.
Shatner’s World “takes audiences on an exhilarating behind-the-scenes voyage through his storied life and career.”
The ever-busy William Shatner has added another project to his schedule, a reality show about house renovations.
The show from DIY Network will be called The Shatner Project.
William Shatner surprised his Twitter following recently by announcing his departure from the social network.
But then, the next day, he changed his mind, and returned to his 1.8 million followers.
If George Takei had his way, the ongoing feud between the actor and William Shatner would be ended now.
The two have been fussing for years, but Takei believes that for Shatner, it’s just a game.
William Shatner will be one of the guests on this week’s episode of the Oprah: Where Are They Now? show.
On Oprah: Where Are They Now?, viewers can see how former guests from the Oprah Show are doing now and how they are faring “after sudden fame and notoriety turned their worlds upside down.”