Leonard Nimoy quotes on Spock/UhuraLeonard Nimoy quotes on Spock/UhuraLeonard Nimoy quotes on Spock/Uhura2 years ago in Personal More Like This
"Frankly, I was extremely jealous of his scenes with Zoe Saldana and I think it's totally unfair that I never got to do that. I will never forgive the writers and the director, for having put me in this position, to have to be watching that, rather than participating."
"Beautiful, beautiful. Wonderful" - said Leonard Nimoy, who reprises his role as the older Spock in the movie. - "Both of them played it so well. They were both so available to each other. Very touching, really."
"You know, I'll tell you. I was bemused by it when I read it in the script. I was amazed by it when I saw it on screen. I thought it was incredible. It works brilliantly."
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Everything - FanFicEverything - FanFic2 years ago in Sci-Fi More Like This
He was her everything.
He was the talk of Starfleet. He was the hottest gossip, and the quietest whispers. He was a celebrity among the students and teachers, if he was oblivious to the fact or not, nobody knew. With those soft brown eyes that sometimes were so dark they looked black, and that emotionless and alluring voice that rang so clear but was in reality no louder than any other's. His presence alerted everybody, whether they loved him or loathed him, everybody noticed him, and everybody thought about him. He was intriguing - with his impassive appearance and his precise words. Obviously, there were people who severely disliked him, whether it was because of the low grades he gave them in their coursework, or the way he would correct them on every mistake, and every blunder, or maybe the way he exceeded the intelligence of every other person at Starfleet, and his tendency to display sarcasm towards those people he did not particularly like. But the main reason some people hated
SpockOh how I wish that I was Spock,Spock3 years ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
my face impassive as a rock.
Emotions buried deep inside,
no one would know I'd ever cried.
In situations wild or crazy
Nothing new could ever phase me.
I would never be afraid,
angry, tearful, or dismayed.
All emotions locked away
to never see the light of day.
On my face is logic only-
all I'd ever feel is lonely.