I have a very nice present for you today. I’ve been collecting pictures to complete our gallery for a while now, and today I managed to sort everything. The result is: basically all albums from our photoshoot sessions has been updated. Lots of pictures has been replaced to untagged and HQ sized, some albums has new pictures and I also have brand new albums added. To access the albums, check the link below – or browse our photoshoot category by year. And enjoy!
Listen below an interview with Zachary in The Moment, done last February 29.
On the show, Zach discusses how the death of his father shaped his childhood and career (2:00), how he landed in Noah Haidle’s Smokefall (16:00), and the years of self-examination that helped him better understand his goals as an artist (27:00). Plus, Zach reflects on how ayahuasca, a traditional plant medicine, helped him release a character that lingered from Angels in America (38:00) and looks forward to his upcoming role as Glenn Greenwald in Oliver Stone’s Snowden (43:00).
Our gallery was updated with pictures of Zach at the Smokefall Patrons Night that was held this Wednesday in New York. Pictures are, once again, from Da Ping Luo. Also, I finally added pictures of “Smokefall” opening night, I didnt want to add before getting some pretty HQ’s, now you can find them in our gallery.
A new batch of photos from a portrait Zach did last year to TV Guide has been finally added to our gallery.
Zachary visited last night the Late Show with Stephen Colbert, to talk about his new play Smokefall. He talked about his soulless “I’m going to murder you” roles, his heavy-laden brow, and his relationship with the late Leonard Nimoy.
I’ve never known anybody–we actually lost Leonard a year ago on the 27th of this month, so much love to him and his family as always–but I’ve never met somebody actually who so fully embodied a sense of fulfillment in their life. I really haven’t. He was such a tremendous artist and philanthropist and generous person and so intelligent and I miss him all the time. I really miss him so much at this point, obviously, marking the anniversary of his passing. He was one of the greatest gifts that my career has brought into my personal life for sure.
Check the full interview in our archive, plus screencaptures in our gallery.
Open Road Films has decided to position Oliver Stone’s “Snowden” as an awards contender, moving the biopic back from May 13 to Sept. 16.
“Snowden” stars Joseph Gordon-Levitt as NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden. Shailene Woodley plays his girlfriend, Lindsay Mills. Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto, Tom Wilkinson and Timothy Olyphant round out the cast.
The film had originally been set to open on Christmas last year, but Open Road decided last October to move it back to May.
Stone directed Snowden from a script he wrote with Kieran Fitzgerald based on Luke Harding’s book “The Snowden Files: The Inside Story of the World’s Most Wanted Man” and “Time of the Octopus,” written by Snowden’s Russian lawyer, Anatoly Kucherena.
Snowden was charged in 2013 by the U.S. Department of Justice with two counts of violating the Espionage Act and theft of government property, and his passport was revoked a week later by the U.S. Department of State. He was granted temporary asylum by Russia in 2014.
Moritz Borman is producing with Eric Kopeloff and Philip Schulz-Deyle.