Associated Press

Associated Press 14 Jan 2020

Patrick Stewart makes his mark in Hollywood


"Star Trek" actor Sir Patrick Stewart says receiving a hand and footprint ceremony in front of the infamous TCL Chinese Theatre is "an extraordinary, exciting honor." (Jan. 14)

At the premiere of new series "Star Trek: Picard" in Los Angeles, actor Patrick Stewart discusses why he ended his 17-year break from the sci-fi franchise. (Jan. 14)
Sir Patrick Stewart is reprising his iconic role as Jean-Luc Picard in the new series "Star Trek: Picard," which premieres on CBS All Access on January 23. Stewart, fellow cast members and creators of the show sat down with CBS News contributor Jamie Wax to talk about the return of "Star Trek."
Erin Andrews lets Mark Ingram do the talking as he hypes up Lamar Jackson's five touchdown performance against the Jets.
Mark Ingram sits down with Keyshawn Johnson ahead of the Baltimore Ravens' Monday Night Football matchup vs. the Los Angeles Rams to talk about his transition from the New Orleans Saints with Drew Brees at the helm to the Ravens with young QB Lamar Jackson. (4:36) Ingram shares [details about] his relationship with Jackson, including being his hype man and their trust in one another. (8:48) He then tells Johnson about his mindset heading into Monday night's matchup with the Rams, as he and his former team (the Saints) faced Los Angeles in the playoffs last season.

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