We're warp-speeding ever closer to the Star Trek Picard series—my money's on it being called, erm, 'Picard'—becoming a reality. While the involvement of Sir Patrick Stewart was a given, the show has now officially started fleshing out the people around Jean-Luc.Read More
Make it so!
I'm not necessarily interested in a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie—though I'm willing to keep an open mind—but mark me down as a very strong "yes, please" when it comes to the desire to see Patrick Stewart return to the role of Jean-Luc Picard, along with the rest of Next Generation. It's too early to say yet whether that's in the cards, but Stewart, at least, seems equally enthusiastic.Read More
The internet agrees that Patrick Stewart was robbed of the title "Sexiest Man Alive," and it's easy to see why.Read More
In the spirit of Easter, Sir Patrick Stewart posted a video of himself "communicating" with sheep. It gave me a good giggle to see how amused he is with himself.Read More
Patrick Stewart Voicing a Dragon Is Enough Reason to Watch This Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire Trailer
Make it so.
The original Dragonheart movie featured Sean Connery as the voice of a dragon, so it's only fitting that one of its new, direct-to-video sequels would feature another famous voice: that of Sir Patrick Stewart.Read More
Good night, sweet prince
In a recent interview, Sir Patrick Stewart stated that Logan would be his last appearance as Professor Charles Xavier. He said, "There will never be a better, a more perfect, a more sensitive, emotional, and beautiful way of saying au revoir to Charles Xavier than this movie."Read More
5 out of 5 claws.
Loosely based on the comic Old Man Logan from writer Mark Millar and artist Steve McNiven, the story centers on Logan who has retired from crime fighting and turned to an Uber-like taxi service to pay the bills.Read More
Sooo, remember that Emoji movie? Actual title: The Emoji Movie.Read More
The X-Men movies' Professor X has already gotten a slightly older version in Days of Future Past—not to mention a younger version thanks to James McAvoy—but Hugh Jackman's final Wolverine outing is bringing us the farthest-flung future version of the Professor yet. In Logan, we'll see an aging Wolverine dealing with a diminishing healing factor, and this new image of Patrick Stewart's Professor X shows that he's getting up there himself.Read More
According to a report from a movie insider, Logan will introduce Laura Kinney, aka X-23 (or an analogue thereof) to the X-Men movie universe.Read More
Patrick Stewart and his wife, singer Sunny Ozell, are the kind of couple who announce their marriage neck-deep in a ball pit. So, it should come as no surprise that this beautiful pair of weirdos would team up to do something equally looney to raise money for a good cause.Read More
Shakespeare nerds and general nerds unite!
Shakespeare nerds! (And other nerds!) Are you looking for an outlet for all the pent up old-timey insults you've got floating around in your brain just waiting to be hurled? Well stop just biting your thumb at people and do something about it!Read More
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), uploaded a video titled "Refugee or Migrant? #WordsMatter Say Our High Profile Supporters" to explain the difference between these two terms and their implications.Read More
Boy, suddenly I wish I was at TIFF: according to The Hollywood Reporter, Jason Reitman hosted a live-read of The Princess Bride that starred Rob Reiner as The Grandpa, Rachel McAdams as Buttercup, Donald Glover as Vizzini, and Patrick Stewart as Humperdinck. Cary Elwes also reprised his role as Westley, because he does what we wish. […]Read More
Asking for a friend.
The Star Trek alternate timeline construct that J.J. Abrams has created for his reboot franchise has left the door open for cameos from all over the Trek universe. So, of course, the big question is, could that include Sir Patrick Stewart as Captain Jean-Luc Picard?Read More
2oth Century Fox has been ushering in a new cast of mutants for the X-Men movie universe and will continue to do so in Apocalypse, but that doesn't mean Patrick Stewart's iconic Professor Xavier is all washed up. Stewart says he'll have plenty to do alongside Hugh Jackman in the next Wolverine movie.Read More
I have no idea whether or not Blunt Talk will be good. But I do know that it features Sir Patrick Stewart basically being bizarro Patrick Stewart and doing all sorts of things we could never imagine him doing, and I'm 100% in for that alone, if nothing else.Read More
PStew in the house! But WHY?
While I was on an insane high from hearing Sophie Turner and Saoirse Ronan might play young Jean Grey in X-Men: Apocalypse, I have found a new low in hearing we likely won't be seeing Sir Patrick Stewart or Ian McKellen at all.Read More
Just crying truth tears at my desk now, thank you.
After nine years of truthiness and patriotic rigor, Stephen Colbert signed off The Colbert Report last night in one of the most flawless TV finales I can ever remember seeing.Read More