Featuring Zachary Quinto (Star Trek 2, Margin Call), Penn Badgley (Easy A, Gossip Girl), Willie Garson (White Collar), and youtube star Grace Helbig, this raucous comedy chronicles the historical journey from the big bang to the end of humanity.
NBC has set its schedule for the 2014-15 midseason, and they set The Slap for a February 12 release, at 8p.m. The eight-episode series is about the fallout of an adult slapping a child at a party. Zachary Quinto, Mary Louise-Parker, Uma Thurman, Thandie Newton and Peter Sarsgaard star.
Zach attended last night in New York the premiere for J C Chandor A Most Violent Year, which is produced by his Before the Door partner Neal Dodson, and fellow producer Anna Gerb. Check pictures added into our gallery:
“We do love James Franco. The fact that he was in about 73 films that were submitted—statistically, he had a pretty good shot,” jokes Trevor Groth, director of programming for the Sundance Film Festival. “Honestly, he’s great in I Am Michael. It’s a complicated story and he has great chemistry with his two love interests, Zachary Quinto and Emma Roberts.”
The Sundance Film Festival runs Jan. 22-Feb. 1.
(Dear diary…) Earlier today, my friend Renee sent me two pictures of Zach from a photoshoot I didn’t recogzine. While searching about it, I discovered it was taken to a book released back in 2011, Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan’s Hope. Written by Morgan Spurlock and with photographs by Alba Tull, the book is a photographic celebration of the convention’s heart and soul: the fans who attend in costume, in droves, with their kids, with their parents. It also are accompanied by interviews with the many celebrities who attend, as much to promote their projects as to be part of the fandom. The book can be acquired on Amazon and you can read more about it at comicconmovie.com website.
Check in our gallery the two outtakes, plus one page featuring Zach from the book: