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Stewart Play Ends Early

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Due to a combination of the bad economy and a bad review, A Life in the Theater, in which Patrick Stewart had a starring role, has ended five weeks earlier than planned.

“On Sunday at about five o’clock my association with A Life in the Theater ended for all time,” said Stewart. “It was one of those frustrating experiences where audiences who came had a great time but we were unlucky to have a very poor review from The New York Times and that is still a review that can do huge damage to a production. We had many reviews that were really positive but a poor review in The New York Times is harmful.”


Singing Trek Captains

Friday, November 5th, 2010

Two of the actors famous for playing Star Trek captains are singing or want to sing.

Sir Patrick Stewart, Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Jean-Luc Picard, had done almost everything that he has wanted, career-wise. However, there is one role he would like to play if he got the opportunity.


Video Friday – Drexler And Stewart

Friday, October 29th, 2010

Two videos have been posted today which will be of interest to Star Trek fans; one by Doug Drexler and the other featuring Sir Patrick Stewart.

The nineteen-minute video posted by Drexler, which can be seen at, has a lot of goodies for fans, with segments about the original series, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Enterprise.


Trek Stars Regale Fans At Hollywood Xpo

Thursday, October 21st, 2010

Saturday, October 16th saw a reunion of three Star Trek: The Next Generation stars, while actors from Star Trek: Voyager and Star Trek: Enterprise took the stage on Sunday, October 17th at Hollywood Xpo in Universal City, California.


Stewart Would Welcome A Return To Los Angeles

Monday, October 18th, 2010

Once not keen on Los Angeles, Patrick Stewart has found that he misses both the city and making films.

Stewart is ready to leave the stage when his work on A Life in the Theatre ends its run. He credits his work on PBS’s Macbeth with the change in his attitude, saying that it “really whetted my appetite. I want to get back in front of the camera.”


Stewart: TNG Could Have Had Fifth Movie

Tuesday, October 5th, 2010

If all had gone well, there could have been another Star Trek: The Next Generation film after Star Trek: Nemesis.

While Nemesis was being filmed, another film was being planned that would have involved more than The Next Generation according to Sir Patrick Stewart. “While we were filming Nemesis an idea was being developed by John Logan, the screenwriter of Nemesis, and Brent Spiner for a fifth and final movie,” said Stewart. “It was a very exciting idea for a screenplay.”


Article: Las Vegas Star Trek Convention Day 4

Friday, August 13th, 2010

The final day of Creation’s Las Vegas Star Trek convention saw the reunion of six Star Trek: Enterprise actors as well as some clowning around from Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Sir Patrick Stewart (Captain Picard) and Brent Spiner (Data).


Stewart: I Thought I Was Miscast

Friday, August 13th, 2010

Most fans of Star Trek: The Next Generation can’t imagine anyone else other than Sir Patrick Stewart as the captain on that show, but Stewart wasn’t so sure when chosen for the role that he was the right choice.

After seven years worth of shows, followed by several movies, it should now be obvious to Stewart and fans of Star Trek that Gene Roddenberry and Rick Berman were correct in wanting him for the role of Jean-Luc Picard.


Creation Hopes To Break Guiness World Record At Vegas Convention This Week

Tuesday, August 3rd, 2010

In addition to hosting over seventy Star Trek celebs at their annual Las Vegas Star Trek Convention, running this week from Thursday through Sunday at the Las Vegas Hilton, Creation Entertainment is gunning for the Guiness World Record for the “largest gathering of people dressed as Star Trek characters.”


Stewart in Sinbad

Friday, July 30th, 2010

Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Patrick Stewart has a role in Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage.

A new trailer of Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage features Stewart doing a voice-over, with speculation being that he has the role of a “Sinbad from the future.”

In Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage, when the Sultan’s first-born is taken by an evil sorcerer, Sinbad must travel to a desert of “magic and creatures” to save her.

Directed by David Winning, Sinbad: The Fifth Voyage stars Shahin Sean Solimon as Sinbad. The trailer with Stewart’s voice-over can be seen here.

Shatner Jets Off To Interview Trek Captains

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

Recently, TrekToday updated the story about The Captains, a documentary produced by William Shatner.

Initially thought to be strictly about Shatner’s career, Shatner explained that The Captains would be about “all the captains of Star Trek.”


Stewart Edinburgh International Film Festival Interview

Tuesday, June 22nd, 2010

Sir Patrick Stewart spoke recently at the Edinburgh International Film Festival about his acting career including his work on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

The first video of the nine-part video series of the Stewart discussion can be seen here. The other eight parts are also on YouTube courtesy of RemingtonReview’s Channel.


First Sketch of Stewart’s Oz Character

Thursday, June 17th, 2010

Concept art for Dorothy of Oz has been released, including a picture of Tugg, the character voiced by Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Patrick Stewart.

Last week, TrekToday reported that Stewart would be voicing the character of Tugg, a “talking tree turned talking tugboat” in the 3D animated movie based on the classic L. Frank Baum children’s novels.


Stewart To Voice Dorothy Of Oz Character

Friday, June 11th, 2010

A new animated sequel to The Wizard of Oz is in production, with Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Patrick Stewart voicing one of the new characters.

Stewart will voice Tugg, a “talking tree turned talking tugboat,” who is a “humorous old soul” as well as being “adventure-seeking.”


Stewart-Corden Spat Awkward For Saldana

Wednesday, June 9th, 2010

Normally, the only stress involved in going onstage to collect an award happens when one trips on the way up to the podium, or forgets an acceptance speech, but for Zoë Saldana, receiving her award meant trying to stay out of a fight between the host of the ceremony and Sir Patrick Stewart.

At last night’s Glamour Awards in London, Stewart, onstage to present the gong for Film Actress of the Year to Saldana, took issue with how comedian James Corden was standing.