Star Trek Captain Kirk William Shatner will be launched into space next week and has now spoken in detail about the project.
Mint we wrote, 90-year-old William Shatner is also going into space with Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin, making him the oldest man to ever walk in space — I mean, if the October 12 launch really comes together.
The actor has now told New York Comic Conon about the journey ahead of him, which is sometimes pretty scary anyway. “I’m going into space. What do I do? Where am I going? … I’m afraid. I’m Captain Kirk, but I’m afraid of going into space. Then I’m not afraid anymore, and then I’m very afraid again.”
It also turns out that the entire spaceflight was the idea of Jason Ehrlich, who was also responsible for Shatner’s previous adventure, as he was a producer on the reality series Better Late Than Never, in which Shatner traveled to Asia with three elderly people. peers.
Former Captain Kirk also said he will have a total of three minutes to look around in space, after which they will return to Earth. “I guess I’ll push my nose out the window, I’ll look in the road. I hope I never see anyone else looking at me again,” he joked.
Shatner to Origo last year too advertiser In short, it was just killer forests and haunted houses back then.
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