William Shatner isn't impressed with the website Reddit, despite the fact that he has an account there. Recently, the 'Star Trek' actor has chided users who are racist, hateful, or who simply act like bullies. So, uh, no AMA anytime soon, Shat?
As he recently proved on his breathtaking cover of Black Sabbath’s ‘Iron Man,’ William Shatner has some impressive pipes. Now, he tackles Queen’s karaoke classic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ in a truly bizarre music video.
He’s definitely best known for his acting résumé, but William Shatner isn’t just the guy who played James T. Kirk, T.J. Hooker, and Denny Crane; he’s actually enjoyed a long, albeit sporadic and rather irony-drenched, recording career, releasing four albums (including a double live release) over the last 25 years.
As luck would have it, Shatner’s been back in the recording studio lately, and he’s
CBS announced Sunday that is pulling the plug on the William Shatner vehicle '$#*! My Dad Says' after just one season.
The sitcom, which was based on the popular Twitter feed by Justin Halpern, debuted to strong ratings last fall, but stumbled as the season progressed. Critics' reviews, meanwhile, were less than kind.
Also getting the axe: the legal drama 'The Defenders' and the new co
Ritchie Blackmnore and Zak Wylde makes sense, especially with covers of Sabbath and Purple. But Brad Paisley? No kidding.
Reports about William Shatner’s new album have been leaking out from some time now, but a final tracklist (and all-star guest list) has finally been announced...