I have unnatural love for William Shatner. When he was younger, I found him incredibly hot, and as an older man, he reminds me of my father and I feel all warm and fuzzy when I see him. Yeah, I have some issues, but that’s beside the point. Shatner is the man and at 79, he shows no sign of slowing down.
After a simply delectable turn as Denny Crane in “Boston Legal” and his own take on an intimate talk show, (“Shatner’s Raw Nerve”), The Shat is moving on to yet another series (“$#*! My Dad Says”) — and now comes word that he’ll be directing a documentary of his own rise to fame. Shatner’s production company will join with Canada’s Movie Central to create “The Captains,” which will chronicle his early stage career and his overnight stardom as Captain James T. Kirk.
You Canuckistanians had better share the wealth! (I have no doubt that HBO will snap up the U.S. rights.)