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NEW YORK – For a few hours on Saturday night (July 30), the decommissioned aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Intrepid took not to the seas again, but to the stars. In command: William Shatner, "Star Trek" Captain James T. Kirk, whose new documentary "The Captains" aired to a packed crowd on the flight deck of the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  

In the film, the former starship Enterprise captain goes on a mission of personal rather than cosmic exploration. Despite a long and award-winning acting career, Shatner's most prominent role by far remains Kirk.

To try to understand how the character has shaped his life, and vice versa, Shatner visits the five actors who also played lead captain roles in the "Star Trek" franchise's television series and films . What unfolds is a series of intimate interviews that discuss how the actors dealt with the demands of the role, what being captain meant and how they ever got into acting at all. [ See photos from the New York screening ]

"My hope is to delve deeply into these actors' psyches, find out more about them so you can . .  see what common denominator there is among us as actors that brought [us] to this worldwide renown as part of 'Star Trek ,'" Shatner explained in a statement.

An all-ages crowd of more than a thousand people attended the weekend event, some of whom waited on line for two hours or more to get on board the Intrepid. Making this particular site all the more poignant is that the "actual" starship Enterprise – NASA's first prototype space shuttle that was used in landing and glide tests in the late 1970s, and was named after the sci-fi vessel – will soon be housed at the museum .

A costume contest was held for the many dozens of people who donned Starfleet uniforms and other "Star Trek" paraphernalia. One woman even wore a homemade, light-up model of the starship Enterprise atop her head. [ The Top 10 Star Trek Technologies ]

Starfleet captains ... a person of any officer rank may be addressed as captain if they are assigned as sole commanding officer of any starship. Captains may also ...

Enterprise or USS Enterprise (often referred to as the " Starship Enterprise") is the name of several fictional spacecraft, some of which are the main craft and ...

04.10.2007  · Kirk, Picard, Solo, Adama, Zaphod Beeblebrox--who is the greatest starship captain in sci-fi history? Your friendly neighborhood Trivia Geek found a list ...

Senior captains are Starfleet captains who have a great deal of field ... The rank of captain is the most common rank held by a commanding officer of a starship , ...

The film follows Shatner as he interviews the other actors who have portrayed Starship captains within the illustrious science ... The Captains (2011) ...

Star Trek: The Original Series or "TOS" debuted in the United States on NBC on September 8, 1966. The show tells the tale of the crew of the starship ...

But two women slipped through the cracks and crept into my early image of successful womanhood.  Of course later, as my view of the world widened, there would be others, but these two I knew from early on in my childhood, and each holds a place in my heart.

My other early female inspiration was Captain Kathryn Janeway, from Star Trek: Voyager.  The series ran from the time I was five years old until I was eleven, and oh, how I wanted to be Captain Janeway.  I recall in particular one birthday party, I couldn’t have been older than six, where we went to a park and played on one of those big playground structures.  I ignored all the other kids at the party and ran around the playground structure pretending to be Captain Janeway commanding the starship Voyager.  I sucked in my stomach because I thought that made it look like I was a grown-up woman with boobs, lending me more credibility in the character of female spaceship captain.

I have literally no clue how I continued to want to be Captain Janeway alongside being taught harmful patriarchal bullshit about having to be a totally submissive wife and mother with no career or dreams or goals of her own except serving her family.  I don’t know how Janeway survived my upbringing, how she remained enshrined in my heart as a totally badass role model, but she did.

Maybe it’s because, deep down, I liked a world where dinosaurs roamed exotic forests and then millions of years later a woman could captain a starship better than a world that had been around for brief few thousand years of history in which women were always morally obligated to be subjected to men and never aspire further than the home.  And maybe it’s because, deep down, I knew as soon as I encountered it what I actually believed, no matter how strenuously I tried to make myself believe what I was being taught.

You sound like me. I just assumed, and prepared, and now I can’t even absorb that my life is nothing like my homeschool fundamental world prepared me for!

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NEW YORK – For a few hours on Saturday night (July 30), the decommissioned aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Intrepid took not to the seas again, but to the stars. In command: William Shatner, "Star Trek" Captain James T. Kirk, whose new documentary "The Captains" aired to a packed crowd on the flight deck of the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  

In the film, the former starship Enterprise captain goes on a mission of personal rather than cosmic exploration. Despite a long and award-winning acting career, Shatner's most prominent role by far remains Kirk.

To try to understand how the character has shaped his life, and vice versa, Shatner visits the five actors who also played lead captain roles in the "Star Trek" franchise's television series and films . What unfolds is a series of intimate interviews that discuss how the actors dealt with the demands of the role, what being captain meant and how they ever got into acting at all. [ See photos from the New York screening ]

"My hope is to delve deeply into these actors' psyches, find out more about them so you can . .  see what common denominator there is among us as actors that brought [us] to this worldwide renown as part of 'Star Trek ,'" Shatner explained in a statement.

An all-ages crowd of more than a thousand people attended the weekend event, some of whom waited on line for two hours or more to get on board the Intrepid. Making this particular site all the more poignant is that the "actual" starship Enterprise – NASA's first prototype space shuttle that was used in landing and glide tests in the late 1970s, and was named after the sci-fi vessel – will soon be housed at the museum .

A costume contest was held for the many dozens of people who donned Starfleet uniforms and other "Star Trek" paraphernalia. One woman even wore a homemade, light-up model of the starship Enterprise atop her head. [ The Top 10 Star Trek Technologies ]

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Эта настройка позволяет добавлять в твиты информацию о местоположении, например название города и точные координаты, на веб-сайте и в сторонних приложениях. Вы можете удалить сведения о местоположении из своих твитов в любое время. Подробнее

NEW YORK – For a few hours on Saturday night (July 30), the decommissioned aircraft carrier the U.S.S. Intrepid took not to the seas again, but to the stars. In command: William Shatner, "Star Trek" Captain James T. Kirk, whose new documentary "The Captains" aired to a packed crowd on the flight deck of the Intrepid Sea-Air-Space Museum.  

In the film, the former starship Enterprise captain goes on a mission of personal rather than cosmic exploration. Despite a long and award-winning acting career, Shatner's most prominent role by far remains Kirk.

To try to understand how the character has shaped his life, and vice versa, Shatner visits the five actors who also played lead captain roles in the "Star Trek" franchise's television series and films . What unfolds is a series of intimate interviews that discuss how the actors dealt with the demands of the role, what being captain meant and how they ever got into acting at all. [ See photos from the New York screening ]

"My hope is to delve deeply into these actors' psyches, find out more about them so you can . .  see what common denominator there is among us as actors that brought [us] to this worldwide renown as part of 'Star Trek ,'" Shatner explained in a statement.

An all-ages crowd of more than a thousand people attended the weekend event, some of whom waited on line for two hours or more to get on board the Intrepid. Making this particular site all the more poignant is that the "actual" starship Enterprise – NASA's first prototype space shuttle that was used in landing and glide tests in the late 1970s, and was named after the sci-fi vessel – will soon be housed at the museum .

A costume contest was held for the many dozens of people who donned Starfleet uniforms and other "Star Trek" paraphernalia. One woman even wore a homemade, light-up model of the starship Enterprise atop her head. [ The Top 10 Star Trek Technologies ]

Starfleet captains ... a person of any officer rank may be addressed as captain if they are assigned as sole commanding officer of any starship. Captains may also ...

Enterprise or USS Enterprise (often referred to as the " Starship Enterprise") is the name of several fictional spacecraft, some of which are the main craft and ...

04.10.2007  · Kirk, Picard, Solo, Adama, Zaphod Beeblebrox--who is the greatest starship captain in sci-fi history? Your friendly neighborhood Trivia Geek found a list ...

Senior captains are Starfleet captains who have a great deal of field ... The rank of captain is the most common rank held by a commanding officer of a starship , ...

The film follows Shatner as he interviews the other actors who have portrayed Starship captains within the illustrious science ... The Captains (2011) ...

Star Trek: The Original Series or "TOS" debuted in the United States on NBC on September 8, 1966. The show tells the tale of the crew of the starship ...


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