William Shatner is about to boldly go where only a handful of men have gone before.
The "Star Trek" alum will reportedly head to space next month aboard the New Shepard capsule rocket, which is owned by Jeff Bezos.
TMZ reported on Sept. 24 that the 90-year-old will take part in a 15-minute civilian flight in October, and the whole thing will be filmed for a documentary.
Once the beloved actor goes airborne it will make him the oldest person to ever be launched into space.
The report says Capt. Kirk and his team were in talks with the Discovery Channel about a documentary, but that never came to fruition. However, a similar deal is in the works with someone else.
It's not known who will be on the flight with the acting icon. It's also not totally known how much he paid for the space trip, although most suspect the flight is being comped because it will generate a huge amount of press and visibility.
Bezos, of course, was one of the first civilians to go into space, having done so aboard the Blue Origin with his brother and a few others in July.