Zachary Quinto stopped by last night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers to talk about his new Starz unscripted series ‘The Chair’ in which he teams with Project Greenlight producer Chris Moore. The filmmaking docuseries will pit two up-and-coming directors against each other as they bring their unique take on the same script to the big screen.
You can find the full interview in our video archive, plus screencaptures and promotional images (this ones thanks to Claudia) at the gallery.
Zach attended yesterday the Global Citizen Festival and I added a few pictures:
According to Variety, “We’ll Never Have Paris” has been acquired for North American rights by Orion Releasing. Orion will release the film theatrically in select markets on Jan. 22, 2015 in advance of a VOD release. Helberg wrote and starred in the romantic comedy, which was co-directed by his wife, Jocelyn Towne. It also stars Zachary Quinto, Melanie Lynskey, Alfred Molina, Jason Ritter and Maggie Grace.
The film is based on Helberg and Towne’s real-life romantic history. Helberg plays a neurotic man in the midst of a quarter-life crisis that reaches a peak when a coworker (Grace) confesses his love for him as he’s about to propose to his longtime girlfriend, played by Lynskey. He then leaves his girlfriend and quickly regrets the decision — only to find out that she has fled to Paris.