Next week theCHIVE will be hosting an advanced screenings of Liam Neeson's new movie Run All Night. We'll have our own theater thanks to the team over at Warner Brothers plus they wanted to throw in a happy hour. Dougy and crew will be flying out to Los Angeles next Tuesday for a fun filled night in Hollywood.
It all goes down at the Arclight Cinemas on March 3rd. We'll be posting up at 6pm for a happy hour before heading in to watch the movie.
Tickets are first come first serve so please be kind to your fellow Chivers and only RSVP if you can absolutely make it.
See y'all soon!
Actor Leonard Nimoy, best known for his role as Mr. Spock on "Star Trek" was confirmed dead this morning by his wife Susan Bay Nimoy, according to The New York Times.
Susan told The Times that the cause of his death was end-stage chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, likely due to years of smoking -- a habit he gave up nearly 3 decades ago.
Nimoy first appeared as Spock in the first aired episode of "Star Trek," in 1966, and he continued to portray the calm, methodical and calculating character as recently as 2013 in the movie "Star Trek Into Darkness."
In his lifetime Nimoy received three Emmy nominations for his role as Mr. Spock, but he we will always be remembered for his character's signature "Vulcan salute" hand gesture, which Nimoy created, and the phrase "live long and prosper."