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Fans of the British television series "Sherlock," based on the Sherlock Holmes books, are well aquatinted with the show's star, Benedict Cumberbatch, a tall, British actor with a baritone voice.
However, many moviegoers will get to know Cumberbatch in his role as the mysterious villain John Harrison in "Star Trek Into Darkness," which hit theaters on Friday, May 17.
Many of George Takei's some 4.1 million Facebook followers probably went "Oh, myyy" when they learned that he does not post all of his own messages, as revealed recently by the 76-year-old "Star Trek" alum's "ghostwriter."
The person has now apologized for letting the Tribble out of the bag, while the actor himself says that the important thing is that his posts make his fans smile and giggle.
Sir Patrick Stewart did not have his first pizza this week, but he did enjoy a delicious breakfast -- after having a little too much to drink.
The 72-year-old British "Star Trek: The Next Generation" and "X-Men" film actor has clarified some things about his pizza past after a photo he had posted on Twitter, showing him at an eatery with a slice, went viral. In his accompanying Tweet, published on Wednesday at 9:51 a.m. ET, Stewart said: " My first ever pizza 'slice'. Please note: the authentic NY fold."
Toward the end of the 2009 film "Star Trek," Chris Pine's interpretation of Captain James T. Kirk and Zachary Quinto's version of Spock finally begin to develop their bromance after being at odds for the bulk of the film.
Now the two reunite in the upcoming sequel "Star Trek into Darkness" and Quinto says that it's their relationship that is the heart of the film.