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zenniest July 16 2012 09:02 AM

William Shatner Comic Con Interview Video
 
Greetings!

I had the pleasure of interviewing William Shatner at Comic Con 2012 as he was presenting his new movie "Get A Life." Here's the video, link, which includes a link to my first, part one, blog post:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fujA1V2HWfA

Gary7 July 17 2012 06:16 AM

Re: William Shatner Comic Con Interview Video
 
Nice interview and thoughtful questions. I like seeing Shatner in an informal setting, just at a table with a few people gathered around to chat. Funny how his view of Star Trek has shifted over time... you wonder if it's something to do with old age or if it was something to do with having shared mutual feelings about being on Star Trek with other actors who had prominent roles in the franchise.

borg3060 July 17 2012 07:33 AM

Re: William Shatner Comic Con Interview Video
 
I'm looking forward to seeing the documentary!

Spockrock July 19 2012 11:31 PM

Re: William Shatner Comic Con Interview Video
 
Did anyone else have issues with the video always freezing @ around 7:17 and this loud annoying clicking sound?? Audio is fine, not my computer from what I can tell:confused:

The Laughing Vulcan July 20 2012 02:17 PM

Re: William Shatner Comic Con Interview Video
 
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Spockrock wrote: (Post 6664934)
Did anyone else have issues with the video always freezing @ around 7:17 and this loud annoying clicking sound?? Audio is fine, not my computer from what I can tell:confused:

Yup, me too. Just leave it for about 40 seconds and it sorts itself out.

137th Gebirg July 26 2012 04:18 PM

Re: William Shatner Comic Con Interview Video
 
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Gary7 wrote: (Post 6649412)
Nice interview and thoughtful questions. I like seeing Shatner in an informal setting, just at a table with a few people gathered around to chat. Funny how his view of Star Trek has shifted over time... you wonder if it's something to do with old age or if it was something to do with having shared mutual feelings about being on Star Trek with other actors who had prominent roles in the franchise.

He seemed to have a genuine epiphany when he interviewed Patrick Stewart for his "Five Captains" show, in how he should cherish and embrace his involvement as a television icon rather than spurn or mock it. I really think that was a major turning point in his life and career, to truly appreciate a role that he probably always perceived as a "lark" or type-cast factory, up until that point.


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