The two best best friends in all the worlds will not be teaming up together for one highly anticipated project!
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That's right, Sir Patrick Stewart, 74 recently revealed that neither he nor Sir Ian McKellan, 75, will be in the upcoming X-Men: Apocalypse!
In an interview with Larry King, Patrick was asked whether he'd be reprising his role as X-Men founder and leader Professor Charles Xavier:
This guy is AH-Mazing!
Jimmy Kimmel and Patrick Stewart got together on the former's show Jimmy Kimmel Live and, well, we wish we were best friends with both of them!
Patrick acted out the worst type of airline passengers while riding in the sky — and he nailed every single performance like a pro!
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Although we're not sure if they should be making fun of the people who clap when the plane lands — it's better than booing, right?
Check out the video down (below) !!!
Patrick Stewart is seriously hilarious.
We love how he's a huge, respected celebrity, and yet he has no problem making fun of himself.
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Like in this video he allowed to be shot of him wearing a light-up, singing, dancing Christmas hat!
It looks like he lost a bet or something! We wonder if it was with Magneto! LOLz!
He just stands there, looking so sad… and it's pure comedy gold.
Check out the video (below) to see a sad Patrick Stewart wearing the best hat ever.
What a sad, sad day for The Colbert Report fans!
Last night, December 18 was the series finale of Stephen Colbert's nine-year-long run on Comedy Central.
However, never one to do anything small, the show was a star-studded affair that found Patrick Stewart, Andy Cohen, James Franco, Jon Stewart, Bill Clinton and literally SO MANY OTHERS singing We'll Meet Again to help Stephen off to immortality.
Seriously, the host of the show (officially) can't die because HE killed Death last night in the last segment of Cheating Death.
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Which means he'll be
We don't know if we've ever been attracted to a man in 15th century armor, but Benedict Cumberbatch sure is pulling it off!
Benedict was photographed on the set of his new BBC movie series The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses: Richard III.
We know. That's a lot of title for one movie.
What the 38-year-old actor is actually filming is the third installment in the second cycle of a
Sir Patrick Stewart is a knight in shining armor.
Dawn Garrigus, is an avid 11-year old Star Trek fan from Statesboro, Georgia. She also happens to suffer from mitochondrial disease, which is a life threatening illness.
Thanks to the the Make-A-Wish foundation, Dawn was not only able to go to Georgia's Dragon Con, she was able to attend a person meet and greet with THE Captain Picard!
According to Dawn, meeting Patrick was like meeting the captain of the Enterprise himself:
"I was shy at first, not sure what to say or talk about, but he kept talking to me. I felt like I was on the Enterprise talking to the captain. And suddenly, I was OK."
We're glad this stellar (and interstellar) meeting could take place.
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This is so sweet!
South African director Brett Best wanted to have Sir Patrick Stewart help him in his proposal to his Star Trek fanatic boyfriend Khalid Shawwa.
Unfortunately, Patrick was unavailable. Fortunately, his bestie Sir Ian McKellen was there in his stead.
Here was Gandalf's message for Khalid:
"Khalid, I've got bad news for you. It's good news as well. But the bad news is Patrick Stewart is married. I married him. Well, no, I was the minister at the wedding. He's not available. The good news is that Brett is available. So, think it over. Do the right thing."
We hope Khalid did, and said "yes," and that the two will have a Next Generation of kids.
Ch-ch-check out the sweet proposal…AFTER THE JUMP!!!