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.
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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.
Zachary visited this afternoon an event at Empire State Building. He will be at the Opening Ceremony for AIDS Walk New York next Sunday (May 21) and today was a kick off announcement. He posted it on his Instagram:
Check in our gallery HQ images from the event.
I Am Michael was released on DVD earlier this year, in March. The film is based on a 2011 article in The New York Times Magazine about Michael Glatze (James Franco), a gay activist who becomes an anti-gay Christian pastor. Zachary plays Bennett, Glatze’s ex-partner.
Our gallery was now updated with screen captures of Zachary’s scenes. Enjoy!
Zach attended the 2017 GLAAD Media Awards on Saturday (May 6) at The Hilton Midtown in New York City. He presented alongside Janet Mock the award to Trevor Noah for his The Daily Show and the interview made with Angelica Ross.
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Added in our gallery some portraits taken during Tribeca Festival. Check it: