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Zachary Quinto pays tribute to the legendary actor in a video for the "Star Trek: To Boldly Go" Omaze campaign.
Adam Nimoy, son of "Star Trek" legend Leonard Nimoy, talks science and storytelling with NASA luminaries.
"Star Trek" fans sent William Shatner more than 6,000 photos of themselves giving the Vulcan salute, as part of a tribute to Leonard Nimoy.
"Star Trek's" William Shatner tells CBR about new frontiers in all aspect of his life and career, from a cinematic OGN to a tribute to his friend.
Speaking at the Middle East Film & Comic Convention in Dubai, the "Star Trek" veteran revealed he's planning a book about his friendship with his late co-star.
Our artists pay tribute to the late Leonard Nimoy with a series of Spock mash-ups, like Spock/Deadpool, Spock/Mork and, of course, Spock/SpOck
Game creators have memorialized the legendary Spock actor with two permanent statues in the virtual world.
In honor of the late Leonard Nimoy, follow along with the strange journey of Spock's skin-color design on "Star Trek."
"Star Trek" fan Greg Hatcher reacts to the sad passing of Leonard Nimoy, including the odd phenomenon where people also treat it as Spock's death.
As a tribute to Leonard Nimoy, who passed away Friday at age 83, it seems only logical to revisit his best big-screen moments as the beloved Vulcan.
Designers of the sci-fi MMO game will construct a permanent in-game memorial to commemorate the legendary Spock actor.
President Obama joined millions of "Star Trek" fans today paying tribute to the 83-year-old actor.
The beloved actor, who originated the role of Spock on the classic sci-fi drama, died this morning in his Los Angeles home. He was 83.
The "Star Trek" legend was taken to the hospital after suffering severe chest pains.
The original Captain Kirk might have a big role to play in the next "Trek" film, if Shatner is still interested in a return to the franchise.
This week, Brian Cronin transports us back to 1980 to determine whether Leonard Nimoy made the death of Spock a condition of his participation in "Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan."
The legendary actor talks about reprising his role as William Bell for tonight's season finale of "Fringe," his incredible career and his thoughts on J.J. Abrams' upcoming "Star Trek" sequel.
SPINOFF ONLINE spoke with Leonard Nimoy on the set of "Fringe" in Vancouver where the "Star Trek" actor discussed playing the shadowy William Bell, working with John Noble, his role in the season finale and much more.
Before a galaxy of fervent fans, the "Star Trek" science officer peered into his blue viewfinder at Emerald City ComiCon to reminisce about a career worth being thankful for.
Fan Expo Canada announces its list of exclusive products which will only be available for $10 each. Items include the first ever Megan Fox photo cover variant for issue one of "Transformers: Tales of the Fallen."