George Takei has already taken over your Facebook feed.
Now, it’s time for him to take over your TV screens and movie theaters … again.
The longtime “Star Trek” veteran is the subject of the bio-doc “To Be Takei,” which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival and hits theaters and VOD in August. The well-reviewed film starts with Takei’s early days in internment camps for Japanese-Americans, and then follows his rise to sci-fi hero and 1970s sex symbol.
The story, of course, doesn’t stop there; Takei has become a crusader for gay rights after coming out publicly, as well as a social media star with his witty Twitter and Facebook feeds. Expect to see a lot of this movie online over the next two months.