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It's a Family Affair on Blunt Talk for Patrick Stewart and His Real-Life Son!

It's a Family Affair on Blunt Talk for Patrick Stewart and His Real-Life Son!
It's family bonding time for Patrick Stewart and his real-life son on the actor's Starz comedy, Blunt Talk, when Daniel Stewart plays his dad's on-screen son in an upcoming episode. The elder Stewart stars in the dark comedy as Walter Blunt, a badly behaving famous English talk show host living in Los Angeles—a.k.a. a much edgier glimpse of the man formerly known as Captain Picard than we're used to seeing. In the Saturday, Sept. 26 episode, "Goodnight, My Someone," the lookalike younger Stewart plays Walter's estranged son who returns to La for a boxing match, prompting the duo to attempt to make peace with each other. You can see their resemblance in E! News' clip above, which...
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What Is Patrick Stewart's Favorite 'Star Trek' Episode?

What Is Patrick Stewart's Favorite 'Star Trek' Episode?
Star Trek is more popular than ever these days, thanks to J.J. Abrams' hit Star Trek movies, with Star Trek Beyond set to hit theaters next year. While the original Star Trek series only lasted three seasons, the 1980s spinoff Star Trek: The Next Generation took the franchise to new heights, running for seven seasons over 176 episodes, between 1987 and 1994. That show's star, Patrick Stewart, who brought Captain Jean-Luc Picard to life, recently held a Reddit Ama session to promote his Starz series Blunt Talk, where he was asked what his favorite Star Trek episode is. Here's what the actor had to say.

"My favorite episode is "Inner Light". It was a beautiful script, which for me was almost entirely located away from the Enterprise-and it's crew! And because I was given the chance to perform what Picard would have been like if his life experience had been different.
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Patrick Stewart open to playing Jean-Luc Picard again

One of the best known roles of Patrick Stewart’s career is that of Jean-Luc Picard, captain of the USS Enterprise.

Stewart played the role in the TV series Star Trek: The Next Generation and in several movies, the most recent of which was Star Trek: Nemesis, which came out in 2002.

During a Q&A on Facebook to promote his latest movie Match, a fan asked Stewart if he would like to play Picard again, with the actor responding: “Absolutely, if it were a really good script. But, the poor soul is getting old and long in the tooth. He would probably need some help mounting his horse unlike the youthful captain of 30 years ago.”

He was then asked who could play a younger Picard if he could not play the role. He responded “I would have to say it must be the actor, my son, Daniel Stewart.”

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My Top Ten Favourite Episodes of Star Trek: The Next Generation

It’s day two of Star Trek Week and today we’ll be focusing on Star Trek: The Next Generation.

Star Trek: The Next Generation (Tng) seemed like a long shot, no one had a lot of faith that it would catch on. The Original Series was so great and had developed such a loyal following that people doubted whether Gene Roddenberry could capture that lightening in a bottle again.

The first episode, Encounter at Farpoint, premiered on September 28, 1987 to huge ratings which proved that Gene had done it again. The first two seasons of the show weren’t bad, but it wouldn’t be until season three (a symptom of most post-tos series) that the show really took off and became the epic space adventure we all know and love. Tng lasted seven seasons for a total of 178 episodes and ended its run with “All Good Things” on May
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‘Destination Star Trek London’ 2012 Adds More Famous Names!

Destination Star Trek London is giving us even more great and classic names everyday. We previously announced that immense line-up that features all five legendary Captains, then there was Brent Spiner and now Michael Dorn plus another two captains in the shape of Sean Kenney (Captain Pike) and Tricia O’Neil (Captain Garrett). This is the first major UK event in 10 years for Star Trek fans and it’s all taking place at theExCeL Centre on 19th – 21st October 2012.

For the entire list of stars attending click here but scroll down for even more news in their official press release:

Additional guests also confirmed today include: Andrew Robinson who played Elim Garak in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine; Marianna Hill(Dr Helen Noel) who appeared in the Star Trek: The Original Series episode, “Dagger of the Mind”;Bobby Clark who played the Gorn in the Star Trek classic “The Arena
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