The Shatner Project (a youtube channel) recently released a new video featuring an interview with Roberto Orci. The interview took place at The Shat's Hollywood Charity Horse Show.
Roberto discusses the part for The Shat in 'Star Trek' that was shelved, his love of Star Trek: TNG, and his tounge-in-cheek review of 'Star Trek'. Check out the video below.
MTV's Splash Page blog got a preview of the upcoming 'Tek War Chronicles' written by William Shatner and Scott Davis.
If you didn't know, William Shatner has his own Youtube channel called 'The Shatner Project'. In the most recently released video we see Karl Urban (Dr. McCoy in Star Trek XI) interviewed at The Shat's Hollywood Charity Horse Show.
Urban is asked all about his role as Bones including how he prepared for the role and if he actually watched Star Trek as a lad. Check out the video below.
In a recent article with Wired Magazine, William Shatner talks about everything but Star Trek. A new 'Tekwar' graphic novel, more 'Raw Nerve', and possibly a remake of 'T.J. Hooker' are all on The Shats radar.
Shatner's Invasion Iowa is on it's way to DVD. To celebrate the release, The Shat has released a behind the scene video of his commentary recording sessions.
'What's Invasion Iowa?' you say. Here's a brief synopsis - William Shatner spoofs/punks a whole Midwestern town, (Riverside, Iowa, aka: the birth place of his Star Trek character, Captain Kirk) who think he is in town to shoot a big-budget, action-adventure film. (synopsis source IMDB)
YouTube has an exclusive preview of the 'The Gavones' a William Shatner directed web cartoon. Shatner plays the lead character, a patriarch over an Italian mob Family. He also lends his voice to one of the sons in the family. Check out the video below.
It seems William Shatner has been all over the news lately. Especially in regards to his no show at the new 'Star Trek' movie premiere. We think it's allot of media hype, but The Shat has taken a negative thing and turned it right side up.
Over the weekend William Shatner hosted his 19th annual Hollywood Charity Horse Show in Burbank, CA. Several celebrities were in attendance including the second man to take on the role of Captain James T. Kirk. In an article by Hitfix.com, Chris Pine talks about the intergalactic meeting.