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Oh My! William Shatner Finally Gets A Do-Over Of Captain Kirk’s Star Trek Death

William Shatner expressed dissatisfaction with how he performed Captain Kirk’s death in Star Trek Generations, but he gets his shot at a do-over.

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William Shatner re-does Captain Kirk’s death scene on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Shatner celebrates his 93rd birthday and promotes his documentary, William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill.
Shatner’s new performance of Kirk’s death is hilarious.

William Shatner finally gets to re-do his performance of Captain James T. Kirk’s death in Star Trek Generations. Star Trek’s original Captain of the USS Enterprise was famously killed off at the end of the first movie starring the cast of Star Trek: The Next Generation in 1994. Shatner has expressed dissatisfaction with how he said Kirk’s final words, “Oh my!”, but he got another chance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!

William Shatner was a guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote his new autobiographical documentary, William Shatner: You Can Call Me Bill, and to celebrate his 93rd birthday. At the end of their interview segment, Kimmel offers Shatner the chance to perform Captain Kirk’s Star Trek Generations death scene, and Bill hilariously delivers the performance of a lifetime. Check out the clip below:

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Source: Jimmy Kimmel Live!

You Can Call Me Bill Movie Poster Showing William Shatner in a Space Suit and as Various Characters Including Captain Kirk from Star Trek

Director Alexandre O. Philippe

Release Date March 22, 2024

Studio(s) Legion M , Falling Forward Films , FilmFrog

Distributor(s) Vortex Media

Writers Alexandre O. Philippe

Runtime 96 Minutes

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