South by Southwest 2014 kicks off this week with a terrific slate of indie comedies and dramas and the poster for We’ll Never Have Paris has been released.
The film stars Simon Helberg as Quinn, a neurotic mess of a man in a quarter-life crisis that explodes when a coworker (Maggie Grace) confesses her love for him mere moments before he was to propose to his girlfriend (Melanie Lynskey). And so, Quinn up-and-leaves his longtime partner for a brush with love — regretting his decision almost instantly.
Helberg’s directorial debut also stars Zachary Quinto, Alfred Molina and Jason Ritter. Check the larger version of the poster in our gallery:
Zach is in Pittsburgh, visiting Point Park University to produce ‘The Chair’. While he’s there, he did an interview to local Pittsburgh Action News about his hometown pride, and also his new producing project. Watch the videos in our archive, see screencaptures in our gallery, and read the article below:
At 36, Pittsburgh native Zachary Quinto has taken one of the most recognizable characters in popular culture and made it his own.
He has played Spock in both of director J.J. Abram’s “Star Trek” movies, first replacing the legendary Leonard Nimoy, who originated the role, in 2009. It was the first movie of Quinto’s young career.
“I feel like I am carrying a mantle and I do feel like Leonard is passing something to me and handing something off to me that I am … that I take seriously, that I respect for integrity. It comes back to integrity,” Quinto said.
You can find now in our gallery screen captures from the ‘Margin Call’ DVD Features, thanks once again to Jennifer.
Keeping with the goodies my friend Jennifer has sent, I have updated the gallery with HQ episode stills on both Murder House and Asylum, plus DVD Bonus screencaptures, as you can see in the previews below:
Our website now can also be accessed by zacharyquinto.org and zacharyquinto.net. Check back later for more goodies.
Last year I remade our entire gallery, and moved all files to a new script, in order to get everything reorganized. Stupidly, I just moved half of the 24 screencaptures and we were missing way more than half season. Well, not anymore. My friend Jennifer (from benedict-cumberbatch.net) donated a bunch of goodies, that will be added during the week, including the missing 24 captures. You can find it now in our gallery, or just follow the links below:
So finally I’ve been able to upload the interview Zach did last February 14 to Morning Joe, to promote the final weeks of The Glass Menagerie. Yesterday was the final night, and I hope you all had a chance to see Zach on stage.
You can watch the interview in our archive, plus screen captures are up in the gallery.