November 20, 2010 by Post Team
Thirteen, Date Captains’ Log 10.23.10 positioned stars Star Trek Fan Days in Plano, Texas, nerds, geeks and enthusiasts were able to meet again in the fandom. Fan Days at this year’s participants had the chance to put their love for Star Wars aside to accommodate other types of festivals nerd with Star Trek fans. At the convention, people could see, meet and get autographs from Jonathan Frakes (Commander Riker), Brent Spiner (Lt. Commander Data), Michael Dorn (Worf), Tom Felton (Draco Malfoy Harry Potter), and Tia Carrere ( Wayne’s World, True Lies and Warehouse 13).
Although the thieves obviously showed the two guests of honor: William Shatner and Christopher Lloyd. This year, Shatner has welcomed guests with a Question and Answer submitted by bigfanboy.com.
Shatner is best known for his incredible acting skills, his unique voice, and his comedy and, of course, Star Trek. But it never fails us with the surprise of his thoughts and words he likes to share with the world. In his Q & A, he told the audience about his new show.
“I have a new show called’$#! @ (Bleep)! We did not know what to say, so when they asked me to have a panel, it would see what I call? And I said “sht”! I say it’s just a word. We tell our children “, make poo poo in the toilet now, you know,” do doo doo “. That’s all euphamism, why is “poo poo a better word than” sht “?
Tia Carrere is known for Wayne’s World. She did a lot of things since then, as do a few albums, played a huge role in Lilo and Stitch, made a 1980s movie called Show Down in Little Tokyo, and was also in True Lies.
Carrere was featured on Curb Your Enthusiasm and is currently on the show called Warehouse 13.
There were many fans of Star Trek dedicated to the convention, but the ultimate fan should be Eblana John, hands down. He created the FX Company for making model boats out and made some vessels of Star Trek Enterprise as the infamous.
“What we have here is the rehabilitation USS Enterprise. We do it for the show as an edition of 10 with an autograph from William Shatner, which is a really cool value added feature, which is very neat, “said Eblana.
Not only do we know that you can have these ships built to fit your style, but this guy is famous for scenes of blockbuster hit movies.
“Over the years, I actually had the privilege of working in industry Light Magic in the Navy in California, so I had the chance to work on Star Wars Episode 2, Episode 3, the last Indiana Jones, Pearl Harbor, “said Eblana.” I am trained by “The Masters” and they actually paid me to do. So, you know you can not buy an education like that, working with these very talented people, show me how it’s done and then let me go on my own to do with my own business. ”
Star Trek Convention is not only full of celebrities giving autographs; they had a huge room full of boxes of goods geek. They had all kinds of accessories Star Trek, like the costumes, jewelry, figurines, pictures and T-shirts. But those are not the only cabins. There was a ton of comics stands, is T-shirt, people who sell books, podcasts, gaming, Star Wars items and even booths selling old Nintendo games. You have the best of both worlds if you’re a nerd.
Overall, the nerd-fest was a huge success. Fans got to meet famous people, show costumes that took much time and money, a million types of goods corny, meet other fans and simply a blast.
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