Last night Zach attended a screening of “Lola Versus” in New York and a few pictures has surfaced. You can find it in our gallery, plus (finally!) HQ pictures of Forget-me-not Gala, held two nights ago.
We’re late, but not that late…
Today it’s Zach’s 35th birthday, and we would like to wish him a wonderful day with his family and friends. Love and respect, always, Zach!
The UNNOFICIAL blog for San Diego Comic-Con did a post today about some movies that may be appearing at this year’s SDCC.
Though some movie studios have decreased their presence at the con after big SDCC hits resulted in tiny box office bumps, Comic-Con remains one of the biggest places to show off upcoming movies, especially those of the sci-fi and fantasy variety. Below we have a list of 20 possible flicks for SDCC 2012, along with a percentage of the chance they’ll be in attendance and some information about each. Even though they’re only (researched and well-judged) guesses, it should be more than enough to get any movie buff excited for this year’s con.
16. Star Trek 2 – 85% – They’ve been stuck in the editing bay for months and JJ Abrams is a notorious fan of the con. I’d expect not only the first footage, but also the whole cast in what will certainly be one of the bigger con events this year.
We already know that Season 2 of “American Horror Story” will include some familiar faces from Season 1, but they will not be in the same place, at the same time, or playing the same characters.
Creator Ryan Murphy previously revealed that the sophomore season of the divisive FX series will be set in an insane asylum. But in a recent interview with Vulture, in which he discussed everything from his personal life to his other series “Glee” and next season’s NBC comedy “The New Normal,” Murphy spilled some more details about Season 2.
“The new season is set in the 1960s and Chloe Sevigny, for example, plays a character who was put in an asylum because she was a woman who likes sex,” Murphy told Vulture in the in-depth interview. “At the time, you were able to put people away for that. Another character is institutionalized for being a lesbian. To me, there’s nothing more scary than somebody coming to you and saying they’re going to take you away and put you in a mad house and you have no legal rights and there you shall stay till the end of your days. That is a real horror.”
Deadline reported that a new movie is coming for Zach: Karyn Kusama’s The Invitation, which start to be filmed this summer.
Luke Wilson stars with an ensemble that includes Zachary Quinto, Topher Grace and The Big Bang Theory‘s Johnny Galecki. Phil Hay and Matt Manfredi’s script sees Wilson invited to his estranged ex-wife’s dinner party. Over the course of the evening, he’s gripped by mounting evidence that something insidious has taken hold of his ex, and that she and her new friends have a mysterious and horrifying agenda.
This just came on my inbox:
The Ojai Playwrights Conference’s April 28 Body and Soul benefit, boasting performances by Megan Mullally, Zachary Quinto, Davis Gaines and Andrea Marcovicci, is held at the Matilija Auditorium.
The 5:30 PM benefit was created by OPC artistic director Robert Egan. The evening honors playwright Bill Cain and actress Dana Delany.
In addition to Mullally, Quinto, Gaines and Marcovicci, the evening includes Marcia Gay Harden, Steven Weber, Noah Wyle, Patrick J. Adams and Nick Offerman.
For tickets, beginning at $90 (show only), visit OjaiPlays.