Who lives in a house like this?
Who lives in a house like this?
Plus a submarine in the streets of Milan, a beer made with meteorites, and a terrifying toothbrush that’ll clean your teeth in six seconds.
Reddit user ThatNordicGuy combined the past and present actors into single images and the results are awesome.
Starfleet accepts only the most athletic and graceful cadets. And then there’s Kirk.
The 81-year-old Shatner, best known as Star Trek’s original Captain Kirk, is a new Reddit user and he’s already disenchanted with the site’s hands-off moderation style when it comes to racism and bigotry. He posted the following comments in a thread on Reddit yesterday.
Benedict Cumberbatch, Chris Pine, and Zachary Quinto are having a staring contest. A sexy, sexy staring contest.
It would look like this.
Boldly going where no man, in normal clothes, has gone before. Pretty much everything Bill touches turns to ironic gold.
Don’t cross the genres! This might be the best thing to happen to kitschy science-fiction since ever.
Set phasers to Uncanny Valley, Captain! Much like most of Shatner’s career, this video careens straight through creepily awful and punches through to cult classic.
Well played Riverside, Iowa. Well played indeed.
Holy egos, Spock! They were fated to star together on this failed buddy comedy based on Alexander the Great (wut?) from 1964. A clip from the pilot shows William Shatner and Adam West sharing screen time
and fueling fanfics. Somehow the technology of the past was able to withstand this much awesome in one frame.
William Shatner, you are the perfect man. Embracing the kitsch that made him a household name, Captain Kirk led all three thousand fans at his panel in a round of impotent rage.
Even Spock is fascinated. Watch Video ›
I just Shat myself. In a promo shot from William Shatner’s upcoming documentary “The Captains” (where he interviews the Star Trek franchise’s other captains), William Shatner locks arms in mortal combat with Chris Pine, who played Capt. Kirk in JJ Abrams’ “Star Trek” reboot. View Image ›
William Shatner turns 80 today. If having the love of the Internet keeps you alive, both he and Betty White will live forever. And what better way to celebrate Shatnerday early then with some of his best YouTube clips? View List ›
William Shatner recorded a Star Trek-themed wake up call for the crew of the space shuttle Discovery, currently in orbit on the shuttle’s last mission. Bless those nerds at NASA. Watch Video ›
Since it first aired on September 8th, 1966, Star Trek has greatly influenced almost every facet of pop culture as we know it — from iPads to space travel. In honor of Star Trek’s 44th year of cultural influence, here are 10 classic Trek episodes from the original series (in no particular order). View List ›
There’s a lot of cool merchandise out there in the Star Trek franchise, but some things I just don’t get. These made-for-a-BAMF wetsuits are probably flying off the shelves though, so if you want yours I’d suggest ordering now before it’s too late! View Image ›
Captain James T. Kirk is rocking this shirt. Bitch please. View Image ›
This video is a total mind fuck. The thing at 2:29 will haunt my dreams. Watch Video ›