No, It's Not Illegal To "Spock" Your Fives In Canada

In the wake of Leonard Nimoy's death, a number of Canadians have taken to the practice of converting the portrait of Prime Minister Sir Wilfred Laurier on the Canadian $5 bill into the iconic image of Mr. Spock. According to the Bank of Canada, defacing bills is not illegal — but it's not without consequences. » 3/03/15 6:20am 3/03/15 6:20am

50 Years Ago, the Very First Star Trek Pilot Started Filming

The official 50th anniversary of Star Trek is in 2016, which will be fifty years from the first airing of Star Trek on television. The Original Series' "The Man Trap" aired on September 8, 1966. But, as memorialized by Leonard Nimoy, the unaired pilot "The Cage" began filming on December 3, 1964. » 12/03/14 11:00pm 12/03/14 11:00pm

Tom Hanks’ love transcends time, but not this week’s DVD releases!

Did Cloud Atlas’ insane three-hour running time scare you off when the movie was in theaters? Well, now’s your chance to finally watch the scifi epic near the comfort of your own bathroom! Plus ponies, the Grim Reaper and zombie slayers gone wild, all in this week’s DVD and Blu-ray releases! » 5/13/13 1:40pm 5/13/13 1:40pm

Leonard Nimoy explains why he couldn't resist returning to Fringe

Nobody expected Leonard Nimoy to return to Fringe the way he did last week — after all, the science fiction MVP had retired from acting. And the show had gone to crazy lengths to include his character, William Bell, without requiring his physical presence, including an animated episode and a "bodily possession"… » 5/10/12 11:54am 5/10/12 11:54am

Star Trek IV could have included more about Spock's baby

After Spock and Lt. Saavik got to know each other much better in Star Trek III: The Search for Spock, you could have been forgiven for thinking that something would come of it later on. And indeed, Robin Curtis says in a new interview that she expected a whole "Saavik is pregnant with Spock's baby" storyline in Star… » 1/06/12 8:30am 1/06/12 8:30am