Zachary and Miles attended last night the premiere of Landline in Los Angeles. We have a few pictures added in our gallery:
Zachary stepped down today on ET studios to discuss his new project with the World Wildlife Fund and Tiger Beer to help protect and double the amount of endangered tigers currently living in the wild.
“When I was approached about [this project,] I was really shocked because there are only 3,890 [wild tigers] left in the world, which is shocking,” he explained. “I felt like as a well-documented and longtime animal lover, it was something that I felt really connected to and I don’t often feel connected to opportunities like this, so it was nice to feel like there was an authenticity to it.”
Quinto is also spreading awareness for these endangered animals to his one million followers on Instagram by removing his profile picture to “mirror the disappearance of tigers in the wild” and he’s encouraging others to do the same.
today as a @tigerbeerus partner i removed my profile pic to mirror the disappearance of tigers in the wild… now I’m challenging you to help the world’s last 3,890 wild tigers by 'disappearing' yourself or creating art and making a donation like i’ve done to the @world_wildlife rangers keeping tigers safe. link in bio… #tigerpartner #3890tigers
Besides talking about this new project, he gave an update about another Star Trek sequel. Which is, none. No word has been given since J.J. Abram’s 2016 confirmation that a fourth movie is happening.
“If I had [an update] I would give it to you. I’m expecting [the news of a fourth movie] to be true, but it’s always this way. It’s like, ‘Yes, we’re going to do it!’ but then there’s always a process — writing a script being primary among them — and I know that’s what they’re working on now. I think we’re all really excited to go back and we’ll do that whenever the phone rings and it’s J.J. on the other end.”
Zach attended last night the opening night gala of ‘God’s Own Country’, at Outfest LGBT Festival in Los Angeles. He paid a tribute to Bryan Fuller, the man behind Heroes, Hannibal and American Gods, for his career focused on diversity. You can watch a bit here:
We have the first images added in our gallery now.
Our gallery was FINALLY updated with screen captures of Star Trek Beyond. Sorry for taking it so long, I never realized I didn’t have uploaded it.
Zachary attended last night during the LA Film Festival the premiere for “Never Here”, which it’s produced by his company Before the Door. He was joined by boyfriend Miles McMillan. The film, starred by Mireille Enos, tells the story about a photographer that grows paranoid that someone is stalking her.
Check pictures in our gallery:
Zachary Quinto is the latest to join the roster of A-list guests staying at Hotel Artemis.
The thriller is will be toplined by Jodie Foster, and will star Jeff Goldblum, Sterling K. Brown, Jenny Slate and Charlie Day, along with Guardians of the Galaxy’s Dave Bautista and The Mummy’s Sofia Boutella.
Hotel Artemis is set in the near-future and takes place in an underground Los Angeles hospital, where the city’s sinister criminals are treated. The story follows the nurse (Foster) who runs the hospital as she discovers that one of her patients is actually there to assassinate another.
Drew Pearce — the scripter behind Iron Man 3 and Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation — will make his directorial debut with the original film, which he also wrote.