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.”
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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.
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.
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.”
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.
Earlier this year it was announced that Patrick Stewart was on this year’s list to receive a knighthood, and the ceremony making him Sir happened today at Buckingham Palace.
Stewart, knighted for his services to drama, gave credit to an English teacher, Cecil Dormand, who encouraged Stewart to act. “Although many people in my life have had great influence on me, without this man none of it would have happened,” he said.
Fans of Patrick Stewart and David Tennant (Doctor Who) will be able to see them perform in Hamlet tonight on PBS.
Stewart plays Claudius, uncle and stepfather of Hamlet. Hamlet will be played by Tennant.
It might have been tricky to take an alien that was really an oil slick seriously, but that was exactly what Patrick Stewart had to do as an actor in Star Trek: The Next Generation.
Stewart came to Trek with loads of Shakespearean experience, and in summing up what that experience brought to his role of Jean-Luc Picard, Stewart said, “I would say it brought gravitas maybe.”
Although he is proud of his work in the movies and on television, Patrick Stewart‘s real love is the theater.
Since returning to England from Los Angeles, Stewart has been active in theater, including various roles in Shakespeare plays as well as his latest project where he is playing the Bard himself.
Bingo: Scenes of Money and Death, Patrick Stewart‘s latest play, opens tomorrow at the Minerva Theater in Chichester.
In Bingo: Scenes of Money and Death, Stewart takes on the role of William Shakespeare, in the last days of Shakespeare’s life.
Sir Patrick Stewart has one of the two roles in A Life in the Theater, a David Mamet play which will open on Broadway this autumn.
A Life in the Theater is the story of life in the footlights from the point of view of two actors, Robert and John, and their relationship.
Sir Patrick Stewart has been made president of the Huddlesfield Town Terriers youth academy.
Stewart, a die-hard Terriers fan, will help the club raise the profile of its youth system.
There will be no Star Trek: Nemesis reunion with the news that Patrick Stewart won’t be in the fourth Mad Max movie.
Rumor had it that Stewart would be working on Mad Max: Fury Road, possibly with Tom Hardy (Star Trek: Nemesis), as TrekToday and others reported recently, but Stewart’s publicist set the record straight, saying that the rumors were untrue.
Star Trek: The Next Generation‘s Patrick Stewart is not particularly interested in animated The Next Generation, but like several other Star Trek captains before him, would like a role in Star Trek XII.
Appearing at OzTrek2 in Australia this weekend, Stewart spoke about the J.J. Abrams sequel, saying that he really liked the work that Leonard Nimoy had done in Star Trek XI.
Star Trek: The Next Generation led to projects Stewart wanted to do and to his knighthood.
Stewart hasn’t done many films recently, but there is a reason for that, he is doing what he wants to do at the age of seventy. “I’ve been almost exclusively focusing on theater the last five years, because I have a lot of catching up to do,” he said. “It’s all I ever wanted to do.”