William Shatner

William Shatner is coming back to Metro Detroit

He is an iconic television and movie star, author, and spoken-word jam artist who has graced the screens since the 1950′s. William Shatner joined “Live In The D” host Jason Carr to catch up before he comes back to Metro Detroit this weekend. Shatner said when he...
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William Shatner, Freddie Prinze Jr., & More to Appear at Motor City Comic Con

It’s not too late to snag tickets to this year’s Motor City Comic Con. Taking place at Suburban Collection Showplace in Novi, the three-day event kicks off on May 13 and features William Shatner, Freddie Prinze Jr., Krysten Ritter, Alicia Silverstone, and many more celebrities along with comic guests, events and attractions, and exhibitors.

William Shatner talks saving world, staying hip at 91 in advance of Motor City Comic Con

Does William Shatner have a vivid first car memory to share with Detroit? Indeed, he has one that's a metaphor for life. "It is my memory of leaving home after I graduated from college in Montreal and I was on my way to Toronto … and crossing a bridge in this little cheap Morris Minor, a very cheap English car that was already tattered. And coming at me is an 18-wheeler which almost blows the car off the bridge," says the 91-year-old actor, who'll appear Saturday at Motor City Comic Con.

William Shatner, ’Smallville,’ ’Sons of Anarchy’, Carl Weathers Q&As Among Top Programming at FAN EXPO St. Louis, May 13-15th

From celebrity Q&As to industry, cosplay, gaming, anime and entertaining, informative sessions from all areas of pop culture, FAN EXPO St. Louis presents its collection of nearly 150 programing panels and meetups during the event, Friday through Sunday, May 13-15 at America’s Center. There’s truly something for every fan and every taste every hour of the show into the evening throughout all three days of the convention, right until Sunday’s 5 p.m. finish.

Elon Musk and William Shatner tweet each other after Twitter buy

Actor William Shatner, best known for his role as Captain Kirk in “Star Trek,” called billionaire SpaceX CEO Elon Musk “ador[able]” and offered to become the new “face of Twitter” after Musk purchased the platform in a $44 billion deal. “BTW, since it seems...

William Shatner Wants to Work at Twitter (And He's Not Alone)

Everything is always a matter of perspective. Last week Tesla CEO Elon Musk officially succeeded in his $44 billion bid to take over the social media platform Twitter. People who currently work at Twitter had a very conflicted reaction to this development, with some employees happy with the news, and others unsure if they trust Musk.