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Topic - James T. Kirk
Hollywood actor Chris Pine, known for playing Captain Kirk in the "Star Trek" movies, pleaded guilty Monday in a New Zealand court to a charge of drunken driving.
Hollywood actor Chris Pine, known for playing Captain Kirk in the "Star Trek" movies, has been charged with drunken driving in New Zealand.
The skipper of the stealthy Zumwalt is Navy Capt. James Kirk, and yes, he's used to the jokes about the name he shares with the TV starship commander played by actor William Shatner.
Legends from the original Star Trek televisions series come to life in new action figures of Mr. Spock from the episode “Devil in the Dark and Captain Kirk from his meeting with Khan in “Space Seed.”
Capt. James T. Kirk will be on hand when the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise is officially retired.
Captain James T. Kirk will be on hand when the aircraft carrier USS Enterprise is officially retired.
Chris Pine is boldly going where Capt. Kirk has never gone before. In his sibling drama "People Like Us," he gets slapped around by his mom and pummeled by his sister.
William Shatner's stalwart Capt. James T. Kirk died in the line of duty. Now the actor's bargain-touting Priceline Negotiator is headed heroically to his final frontier.
He "bent the institution of the Navy toward justice," said Capt. James Kirk, commanding officer of the Zumwalt.
"Yes, we're going to talk about all of the wonderful technology, but it still requires the sailors who are going to bring her to life," he said.