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Into the Woods Blu-ray details revealed ahead of March release

20 minutes ago | Flickeringmyth | See recent Flickeringmyth news »

Walt Disney Studios has announced the Blu-ray Combo Pack and single disc DVD release of Into the Woods, the Academy Award nominated musical from director Rob Marshall (Chicago, Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides).

An all-cast cast joins Marshall for the adaptation of Stephen Sondheim’s musical, including Meryl Steep (The Devil Wears Prada), Anna Kendrick (The Voices), Emily Blunt (Edge of Tomorrow), Chris Pine (Star Trek), James Corden (Once Chance) and Johnny Depp (Pirates of the Caribbean).

The film is set for release on March 24th, and you pre-order it via Amazon here.

The Blu-ray Combo Pack will include:

–Never-Before-Seen Sondheim Original Song: “She’ll Be Back” – Meryl Streep performs a compelling new song that sheds a little more light on the Witch’s relationship with Rapunzel. This never-before- seen composition was penned especially for this movie by Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine, and is seen here exclusively on Blu-ray and Ehv. »

- Scott J. Davis

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Leonard Nimoy Remembered: Stars Pay Tribute To The Beloved ‘Star Trek’ Actor

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As the world mourns the death of Leonard Nimoy, beloved actor best known for creating the character of Spock on the original Star Trek, celebrities from President Obama to Star Trek co-stars William Shatner have paid tribute on social media. Star Trek Remembers Leonard Nimoy Many members of the Star Trek cast – both original […]

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- Olivia Truffaut

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How Leonard Nimoy Was Convinced to Join the First 'Star Trek' Movie

42 minutes ago | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The original script for the first Star Trek movie did not include Mr. Spock. The project was conceived as what would have then been the most expensive television project ever, with a budget of $3.2 million. When that vision died, Paramount — which had watched other studios feast on Star Wars and Close Encounters of the Third Kind — decided to make a movie instead. With a planned $18 million budget, the studio courted director Robert Wise (West Side Story), who took the job not because he loved the old television series but because his wife and father-in-

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- Kim Masters

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6 Iconic Leonard Nimoy Moments From The Star Trek Films

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The passing of science fiction icon, Leonard Nimoy at the age of 83 is probably the biggest blow dealt to the massive legion of Star Trek devotees who have long-followed the venerable, nearly 50-year-old epoch-shaping franchise. Perhaps, no other single individual in the history of television and film left quite as a profound imprint on popular culture as the Nimoy.s portrayal of Spock would accomplish. With Spock.s signature pointed half-Human, half-Vulcan ears and obstinate adherence to cold, hard logic, it made him arguably one of the most influential characters of all time. While Mr. Nimoy.s contributions to the medium of television is vast as it was poignant, we decided to take the time to celebrate some of the man.s greatest cinematic moments as Spock with the Star Trek franchise. Take a trip down memory lane with us. 6. Star Trek: The Motion Picture - This Simple Feeling This »

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Leonard Nimoy Flashback Video: Iconic Actor Recalls Inspiration Behind His Controversial Book I Am Not Spock—Watch!

1 hour ago | E! Online | See recent E! Online news »

Legendary actor Leonard Nimoy passed away Friday at the age of 83, and while many are quick to remember him as the iconic Mr. Spock from Star Trek, there was once a time when Nimoy very clearly stated, "I am not Spock." In a throwback video from 1994, Nimoy discussed what he dubbed as his "controversial" memoir I Am Not Spock during an interview with E! News, recalling the backstory behind his book and explaining the young boy who inspired the whole thing. "In the mid-'70s I wrote a book called I Am Not Spock. It's an interesting thing what happened with that book," he told us. "There was an incident that took place at a San Francisco Airport one day. I was walking to the airport »

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Rip: Leonard Nimoy Dies at 83

1 hour ago | Movies.com | See recent Movies.com news »

Leonard Nimoy has passed away at the age of 83. He died in his home, with his wife by his side, due to chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Nimoy was best known to the world for his role of Spock in Star Trek-- a role he first played in 1966, and continued to embody over the decades, most recently in the J.J. Abrams' pair of Star Trek movies in a crucial role that bridged the old series with the new. But while Spock was certainly Nimoy's most prolific contribution to movies and television, it was hardly his sole endeavor. He was also in a veritable ton of television shows from the middle of the 20th century, ranging from the original Mission: Impossible series to Bonanza to Gunsmoke. On the non-Star Trek movie front, Nimoy popped up all over the place...

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- Peter Hall

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Editorial: A Fond Farewell to Leonard Nimoy, the Face of 'Star Trek'

1 hour ago | firstshowing.net | See recent FirstShowing.net news »

The U.S.S. Enterprise lost an irreplaceable member of her crew this morning: actor Leonard Nimoy, age 83, passed away in his home in the Bel Air section of Los Angeles, CA from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Fans everywhere have mourned the actor's death, paying tribute with a proper salute on social media. It's as if his memory has beamed into the hearts of those that watched him as a child on the bridge of the Enterprise – and into the hearts of those that just discovered him. For those that loved and admired him, Leonard Nimoy was more than just a Vulcan called Mr. Spock. To many, he was the face of Star Trek. Not surprisingly, Leonard Nimoy's death has been sending shockwaves more powerful than a photon torpedo blast across the Internet today. To fans everywhere, Nimoy was more than just a member of the Enterprise crew. In some ways, »

- Dan Marcus

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Page 2: House of Cards, Bttf, Peanuts, Frozen, Star Wars, Fifth Element, Shining, Star Trek

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Page 2 is a compilation of stories and news tidbits, which for whatever reason, didn’t make the front page of /Film. After the jump we’ve included 36 different items, fun images, videos, casting tidbits, articles of interest and more. It’s like a mystery grab bag of movie web related goodness. Header Photo: Fu 2016 t-shirt 9 […]

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- Peter Sciretta

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President Obama Says He ‘Loved’ Spock in Touching Statement on the Death of Leonard Nimoy

2 hours ago | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

President Obama has often drawn comparisons to Spock, so it's fitting that his statement on the passing of Leonard Nimoy, who died Friday at age 83, is more personal than usual: "Long before being nerdy was cool, there was Leonard Nimoy. Leonard was a lifelong lover of the arts and humanities, a supporter of the sciences, generous with his talent and his time. And of course, Leonard was Spock. Cool, logical, big-eared and level-headed, the center of Star Trek’s optimistic, inclusive vision of humanity’s future. I loved Spock. In 2007, I had the chance to meet Leonard in person. It was only logical to greet him with the Vulcan salute, the universal sign for “Live long and prosper.” And after 83 years on this planet – and on his visits to many others – it’s clear Leonard Nimoy did just that. Michelle and I join his family, friends, and countless »

- Dee Lockett

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Obama On Leonard Nimoy: “I Loved Spock”

2 hours ago | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

The death the Star Trek actor today has left one fan in particular proclaiming his devotion to the cool, calm and collected Vulcan. President Barack Obama publicly noted the death of Leonard Nimoy on Friday: "Long before being nerdy was cool, there was Leonard Nimoy." —President Obama #Llap — Barack Obama (@BarackObama) February 27, 2015 Besides the tweet, the White House also released a long statement from the president about Nimoy's death and the effect the actor… »

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Star Trek: Leonard Nimoy Dies at 83; Farewell Mr. Spock

2 hours ago | TVSeriesFinale.com | See recent TVSeriesFinale news »

A true icon of television has left us. Leonard Nimoy, best known for playing Mr. Spock on Star Trek, has died at the age of 83. He passed away at his home in Bel Air in Los Angeles.

His wife, Susan Bay Nimoy, said the cause of death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. Mr. Nimoy announced that he had the disease last year. He attributed it to his having smoked for many years. He had given up smoking 30 years earlier and encouraged his followers to break the habit as well.

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- TVSeriesFinale.com

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20 Cool Things Leonard Nimoy Did Other Than Star Trek

3 hours ago | Vulture | See recent Vulture news »

Perhaps Leonard Nimoy will be best-remembered as Spock, Star Trek's kindhearted half-Vulcan. And that would probably be enough. But Nimoy was more than his pointed ears: He wrote poetry, directed films, appeared onstage, and sang Lord of the Rings parodies. The man contained multitudes, to put it mildly. Here is but a small sample:  He directed 1987's Three Men and a Baby.  (Which was the top-grossing film of that year, by the way.) ... And 1988's The Good Mother: He played Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof at the Atlanta Opera House in 1974. There are sadly no recordings or videos currently on the internet. He was the narrator in the 1999 cult video game Seaman. Dreamcast's Seaman was a beloved pet simulator gone wrong. You could birth, raise, and chat with your half-human-half-fish abomination. You could also hear Leonard Nimoy as the narrator, his soothing voice perhaps drowning out your frustrations over your Seaman's disobediance. »

- Lindsey Weber

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Syfy to Pay Tribute to Leonard Nimoy with Special Programming Block

3 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

Syfy will air a five-hour programming block on March 1 to honor Leonard Nimoy, the cable channel announced Friday. From 9Am-2Pm (Et/Pt), Syfy will air some of Nimoy’s classic roles, such as his appearance on the original “Twilight Zone” and his guest role on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” It will also show “Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country,” the 1991 feature that marked the final group appearance of the original “Star Trek” cast. Also Read: Wisdom of Leonard Nimoy’s Mr. Spock: 11 Top Life Lessons (Photos) Nimoy was best known for his role as Mr. Spock, the Vulcan first officer on the iconic. »

- Joe Otterson

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Leonard Nimoy to Be Honored by Syfy With Marathon

3 hours ago | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Syfy will honor the late Leonard Nimoy with a five-hour programming salute on March 1 from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m.

The marathon will start with his role in an episode of the original “Twilight Zone” series, followed by his arc on “Star Trek: The Next Generation.” It will conclude with the final “Star Trek” original cast movie, “Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country.”

The complete schedule is listed below:

9 a.m. “The Twilight Zone”: “A Quality of Mercy”

9:30 a.m. “Star Trek: The Next Generation”: “Unification: Part I”

10:30 a.m. “Star Trek: The Next Generation”: “Unification: Part 2”

11:30 a.m. “Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country”

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SyFy to Honor Leonard Nimoy with 5-Hour Marathon of Career Highlights

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This Sunday, SyFy will be honoring sci-fi icon Leonard Nimoy by airing quite the sampler of some of his most well-loved appearances.  SyFy will kick off the morning with Nimoy's pre-"Star Trek" appearance in "A Quality of Mercy" (a popular, World War II-set episode of "The Twilight Zone"), before moving on to showcase his two-episode crossover stint on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and then wrapping up the proceedings with "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country," a fitting end for the celebration of Nimoy's sci-fi career as it's the last "Star Trek" film to feature the original cast. The airing schedule for Sunday's five-hour tribute is as follows: 9am - "The Twilight Zone" - A Quality of Mercy 9:30am - "Star Trek: The Next Generation" - Unification: Part I 10:30am - "Star Trek: The Next Generation" - Unification: Part 2 11:30am - "Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country" Read. »

- Rosie Narasaki

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SyFy to Honor Leonard Nimoy with 5-Hour Marathon of Career Highlights

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This Sunday, SyFy will be honoring sci-fi icon Leonard Nimoy by airing quite the sampler of some of his most well-loved appearances.  SyFy will kick off the morning with Nimoy's pre-"Star Trek" appearance in "A Quality of Mercy" (a popular, World War II-set episode of "The Twilight Zone"), before moving on to showcase his two-episode crossover stint on "Star Trek: The Next Generation," and then wrapping up the proceedings with "Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country," a fitting end for the celebration of Nimoy's sci-fi career as it's the last "Star Trek" film to feature the original cast. The airing schedule for Sunday's five-hour tribute is as follows: 9am - "The Twilight Zone" - A Quality of Mercy 9:30am - "Star Trek: The Next Generation" - Unification: Part I 10:30am - "Star Trek: The Next Generation" - Unification: Part 2 11:30am - "Star Trek 6: The Undiscovered Country" Read. »

- Rosie Narasaki

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13 Reasons Leonard Nimoy Was Even More Amazing Than You Knew

3 hours ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

“Loss of life is to be mourned, but only if the life was wasted.”

Spock said that once. The man behind those pointy rubber ears, Leonard Nimoy, passed on Friday at the age of 83, after losing a battle with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. His life will be celebrated, because it was not wasted. Here are just 13 of many reasons why:

News: Zachary Quinto and more stars share their memories of Nimoy

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1. Obviously Spock: This one everyone knows. But we would be remiss not to mention it again. He breathed life into one of the most iconic characters in TV and movie history (and earned three Emmy nominations for it). Fun fact you might not know: Nimoy is actually the one who created the Vulcan salute, based on a Jewish blessing he saw when he was a boy.

2. And How He Embraced Spock: Earlier on in his career, Nimoy seemed to have a love-hate relationship with Spock »

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President Obama on Leonard Nimoy: ‘I Loved Spock’

3 hours ago | The Wrap | See recent The Wrap news »

President Barack Obama released a statement on the passing of legendary actor Leonard Nimoy Friday, remembering the actor in his most famous “Star Trek” role and for his contributions to the arts. “I loved Spock,” Obama said. Also Read: Leonard Nimoy, ‘Star Trek’s’ Spock, Dead at 83 The president recalled elements of Nimoy’s character that sound an awful lot like how Obama pictures himself: “Cool, logical, big-eared and level headed.” When Obama met Nimoy in 2007, he said, the president greeted the actor with the Vulcan salute and shared the “Live long and prosper” sentiment so closely attached to the character. »

- L.A. Ross

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Remembering Leonard Nimoy: President Obama and Celebs React to the 'Star Trek' Star's Death

3 hours ago | Entertainment Tonight | See recent Entertainment Tonight news »

Leonard Nimoy lived long, prospered, and touched many lives in his 83 years, judging by the outpouring of memorial messages on social media.

After the actor, best known for his role as Mr. Spock in the original Star Trek television and movie series, passed away early Friday due to the end stages of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (Copd), friends, fans, and former co-stars and even Nasa and the President took to Twitter and Instagram to remember the legendary sci-fi hero.

President Obama released a statement on Nimoy's death:

"Long before being nerdy was cool, there was Leonard Nimoy. Leonard was a lifelong lover of the arts and humanities, a supporter of the sciences, generous with his talent and his time. And of course, Leonard was Spock. Cool, logical, big-eared and level-headed, the center of Star Trek’s optimistic, inclusive vision of humanity’s future.

I loved Spock.

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Leonard Nimoy 1931-2015: 6 non-Star Trek career highlights

3 hours ago | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

Leonard Nimoy became an icon of science fiction in the 1960s for his timeless role in Star Trek as the Enterprise's chief science officer Mr Spock – a character he would play on and off for more than 45 years.

While Nimoy will always be best remembered for his work on the Star Trek television shows and movies, he also had an incredibly varied career as an accomplished writer, director, musician and photographer.

In celebration of Nimoy's life and legacy, we look back at six career highlights aside from his work in the Star Trek franchise.

1. Mission: Impossible (1969–71)

Nimoy became a household name in the pioneering science fiction series Star Trek, but even early on he sought to make his career choices as diverse as possible.

Following on the heels of Star Trek's shocking cancellation, Nimoy was cast in Mission: Impossible, another highly influential 1960s television series.

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