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During a recent appearance on The Today Show, Star Trek into Darkness’ Zachary Quinto speculated on when Star Trek 3 would begin shooting. Quinto made his comments while promoting his new series, The Chair. “I think it’s is on the horizon”, he said. “Things are rumbling, so I have a feeling that we will be […]
Zachary Quinto will be featured on "Girls" next season, but his plotline remains an incredibly well-guarded secret. "I promised Lena I wouldn't spill the beans," he told HuffPost Live's Ricky Camilleri in an interview to promote "The...Show More Summary
My feeling about James, in particular, is that he’s someone who is really interested in generating a dialogue. So I feel like putting it out there, and putting it out there in different ways, is something that’s interesting and something that I don’t think people should shy away from.” — Zachary Quinto discussing his Michael […]
Zachary Quinto plays James Franco's lover in the forthcoming film "Michael," which depicts the life of "ex-gay" activist Michael Glatze. Franco, of course, has made headlines for exploring lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) themes both in front of the camera and behind it in films like "Milk," "Howl" and "Interior. Show More Summary
I know Star Trek Into Darkness came out over a year ago, but this blooper reel has just been released, and it deserves your eyeballs. Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana, and Simon Pegg are all featured flubbing lines and accidentally smashing walls (seriously), but Benedict Cumberbatch is the funniest one. Show More Summary
Zachary Quinto and Brian Cox have signed on to NBC’s suburban drama, The Slap. As previously reported, the miniseries is based on a successful 2011 Australian series of the same name (which in turn is based off of a 2008 novel by Christos Tsiolkas). Show More Summary
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With social commentary arguably at an all-time high on social media, incidents like the NFL?s handling of Ray Rice?s domestic abuse create a never-ending stream of individuals assuring the world that their way of dealing with things would have been the perfect way. Show More Summary
According to Deadline, both Zachary Quinto ("American Horror Story," "Heroes") and Brian Cox ("Deadwood," "Nuremberg") have been tapped to star in NBC's upcoming miniseries "The Slap."Based on the critically acclaimed Australian series...Show More Summary
Brian Cox (Manhunter, "Nuremberg") and Zachary Quinto ("Heroes," Star Trek) have both joined the cast of the upcoming NBC miniseries, "The Slap," reports Deadline. They join the previously-announced Mary Louise Parker and Peter Sargaard.
Star Trek into Darkness‘ Zachary Quinto has signed on to star in NBC‘s The Slap. The Slap is a “complex family drama about what happens after a man slaps another couple’s misbehaving child.” Quinto will be playing, Harry, the man responsible for slapping the child. “Married, with a fifteen year-old son, [Harry] is a mechanic/dealer […]
Zachary Quinto (Heroes, Star Trek, American Horror Story) and Brian Cox (Nuremberg) have been cast opposite Peter Sarsgaard and Mary-Louise Parker in NBC's upcoming miniseries The Slap. Based on the 2011 Australian short-run series,Show More Summary
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Zachary Quinto is returning to NBC. The Heroes and Star Trek actor has signed on to star in NBC’s provocative
This past Saturday, Starz premiered The Chair, a new series from Project Greenlight producer Chris Moore. The ten-episode competition takes the formula that helped make the 2001–2005 show a reality hit [having Ben Affleck and Matt Damon involved also helped, of course] and adds in a great twist: Two aspiring directors go head-to-head making their... More »
Chris Moore of "Project Greenlight" is very clear that his latest endeavor, "The Chair," premiering Saturday, Sept. 6 on Starz, is a documentary, not a reality show."The Chair" chronicles a contest, in which two burgeoning filmmakers are pitted against each other. Show More Summary