As you may noticed, our site is being full updated and revamped, it started a few months ago with our new gallery and today a new video archive has just been launched. We switched to a different system, easier to mantain, organize and visit. I didn’t move all videos yet, and sadly a lot of videos uploaded on our previous system was in low quality – still not sure if it was my fault or script’s – but I will be replacing it if possible. But lots of new videos are already up and you can start browsing it.
The beautiful theme was made by Ray as well, I hope you like it.
Zachary Quinto is among the confirmed guests at Fan Expo Canada, to be held on Aug. 22-25 at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. He joined an already confirmed list with over 30 guests including Star Trek co-star Karl Urban, legendary comic creator Stan Lee, and former Star Trek original series actor George Takei, among others.
Single-day passes for the event range in price from $25-50, while all-inclusive passes for the entire four-day event begin at $115, and you can buy them by the official convention website, at fanexpocanada.com/tickets/.
In addition to turning himself into Spock in J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek movies, actor Zachary Quinto has also transformed himself into a producer, making movies through his Before the Door production company. Both the company’s first feature film, Margin Call, and its recent release, Breakup at a Wedding, had a significant VOD component to their release strategy — something that Quinto says he won’t rule out going forward.
Breakup at a Wedding — which debuted on demand and on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video and other digital platforms June 18 — is a comedy about a couple who decide to end their engagement but go ahead with the ceremony, using the same sort of found-footage technique often seen in horror films. Quinto has known the film’s director, Victor Quinaz, since their days at Carnegie Mellon, which Quinto attended with his Before the Door partners Corey Moosa and Neal Dodson.
The nature of the cast and material, Quinto said, made the film seem best suited for digital distribution.
“You get into the budget of the film and the reach of the movie and the fact that many of the actors in this are up-and-coming, and for some of them, it’s their first feature and there’s no big box-office name to draw people into the theater, but there’s very good quality material and really good acting great humor and good heart, so we wanted it to reach as many people as we could and we felt like the VOD platform was the way to do that,” Quinto said.
As you can see, we have a stunning new layout on our site, thanks to Ray from Oh My Morning. It features the gorgeous pictures Zach did to August Man and is very professional looking as I wanted.
The site content will be updated as well, so keep checking to see more features. Let me know if you see any error, and don’t forget to let me know what do you think about our new layout.
Late as hell, I just finally added screen captures of Zach on ‘The View’ back in June 17th. Sorry for my late!
Thanks Haylie for recording it!
PERIODS asked the internet for the craziest/wildest/weirdest wedding moments and asked Zachary Quinto to pick his favorites. Check it: