Captain Kirk’s Journey to Space Debuts as Documentary on Amazon Prime Video | Entertainment

We’ll be able to relive actor William Shatner’s great space adventure in a documentary that will stream on Amazon Prime Video in the coming days.

At 9 years old Jeff Bezos, founder of Amazon, build some wooden tricorders (Star Trek series communication device), to play with your friends. Trekkie confessed, Bezos comes to participate in the film Star Trek: Beyond, disguised as an alien.

His mother kept those tricorders for 48 years, which has literally traveled into space in William Shatner’s pocket, the true Captain Kirk of the mythical television story and film.

Become a Bezos fan Star Trek, it was only natural that one of the first to be invited to the space flight of his company Blue Origin, before William Shatner. It happened on October 13, becoming, at the age of 90, the oldest person to travel into space:

Now the circle is closed, and everything remains in the family: Jeff Bezos’ company, Origin Blue, has taken Shatner into space, and one of his companies, Amazon Prime VideoHe has recorded the entire trip, which we will be able to view as a documentary.

As reported Entertainment, a documentary called Shatner in Space, they don’t break their heads here. This will last for an hour.

Will be broadcast December 13th on Amazon Prime Video, but currently only in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand. Other countries will arrive next year.

We don’t understand this delay, unless it has to do with dubbing issues.

You can now try Amazon Prime Video for free for a month and without the commitment to stay. On this platform you can watch series like American Gods, Hanna and Jack Ryan, as well as hundreds of exclusive movies.

The documentary will cover the entire journey, from the moment William Shatner is invited to travel on a New Shepard rocket, to the broadcast of the entire flight, and its after-landing impressions.

This is one of the first collaborations between Jeff Bezos’ various companies, and as space travel grows, it definitely won’t be the last…

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