Covering the Las Vegas Star Trek Convention gave this reporter the chance to speak with iconic actor Tony Todd who talked his one-man show, Twitter, pawn and porn. The iconic actor who gave a generation nightmares and an unnatural fear of mirrors, along with saying the name Candyman repeatedly, graciously offered to have a chat with the Guardian Liberty Voice (GLV) via myself and we spent huge amount of time talking about many things
The 2014 Star Trek Convention in Las Vegas ended on Sunday, day four and the party is now over. The celebration of all things Gene Roddenberry went smoothly, for the most part, although one past star Duncan Regehr – who played Shakaar in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine – had issues with the post office, or something else losing his photographs. However, in terms of everything being where it should be and having the ever-present volunteers there directing the public to the various rooms for autographs, personal “meet-and-greet” areas, photo ops, et al, the show went on rather well.
Day three of the 2014 Las Vegas Star Trek Convention proved that the weekend brings Trekkers or Trekkies, and it seems that both factions have indeed been filling the halls of the event, out in droves. Saturday brought out all those fans who could not be there from the beginning who managed to make in at the weekend. The halls at the Rio Suite Hotel and Casino were heaving with red-shirted Trek fans, along with other color uniforms, all there to see their favorite actors either in person, as part of a panel or both.
The Star Trek 2014 Las Vegas Convention on day two featured a regular cornucopia of stars and delivered one of the events best kept secrets. The amount of familiar faces that were roaming the halls and seated at the vendor tables in the Captain Dave Exhibition was spellbinding and impressive. Like the yesterday there was a large array of stars who were all part of the Gene Roddenberry world, regardless of the size of their role.
The 2014 Las Vegas Star Trek Convention, day one was a surreal and giddy experience. The actual act of being there with all those famous, and not so famous members of this mega popular verse, was mind blowing. Having missed a good portion of the first day, due to poor planning and major traffic issues in and around the town, some of the more legendary guests were missed on Thursday. Mainly the first Captain Kirk, William Shatner and Nichelle Nichols were both missed and David Warner was also apparently a “first day-er.”