The gallery was updated with photos from the events Zach has attended in the last few days.
In the story, Quinto explains that World AIDS Day is “utterly essential… Not just in marking the advancement, progress and fight against the diseases, but also cultivating knowledge and awareness of it for people all over the world.”
According to the magazine, Quinto reveals that he’s had “a couple” closeted gay stars who have asked him for advice:
I just share my experience and say ‘This is how it went down for me, this is how I feel.’
I tell them, ‘Trust that even if it means you’re not as famous, or even if it means it’s not exactly what you thought it would be, it’s still more valuable when you’re assessing your life at the end of that.’ ”
You can read the 15-pages interview, as well check the amazing pictures, in our gallery. Make sure to get your own copy:
The Red Issue is available to download to your mobile, iPad or tablet device now from pocketmags.com/attitude.
The new issue will be in shops next Wednesday (November 11), and print copies for global delivery can be ordered at newsstand.co.uk/attitude.
Paramount, Skydance and Bad Robot have moved “Star Trek Beyond” back two weeks from July 8, 2016 to July 22, 2016, the studio announced Thursday.
“Star Trek Beyond” was going to open against Zac Efron‘s comedy “Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates” and Illumination Entertainment’s animated movie “The Secret Life of Pets,” but it will now go head-to-head with Guy Ritchie‘s “King Arthur” and Fox’s animated movie “Ice Age: Collision Course.”
“Star Trek Beyond” will now arrive one week after Sony’s “Ghostbusters” and one week before the next chapter in Universal’s “Bourne” franchise.
Source: The Wrap
Zach is featured on October issue of GQ Germany, and I have digital scans added in our gallery:
Zachary is cover of Hamptons Magazine, on its Labor Day issue. On the interview, he talks a little bit about his next project Snowden:
Speaking of making connections, you just worked with one of your all-time favorites, Oliver Stone, on this December’s Snowden, the biopic about Edward Snowden. What was that like?
The experience was awesome. I loved working with Oliver Stone. I’ve been a fan of his movies from such a young age. I remember when JFK came out, I was obsessed with it. There’s just something about his brand of storytelling and his style that is so natural. Working with him was a real honor. We got along really well.
You play real-life journalist Glenn Greenwald, who in some ways is one of the heroes in this story.
I have a lot of respect for his passion and his intelligence. He’s an incredibly smart man, and it was really great to get to know his points of view a little bit through playing him. Something Glenn talks a lot about is this idea that it’s easy to go through our lives and to have the sense of “If we are being watched, I don’t have anything to hide. And if [watching us] helps keep us safer, then all right.” The problem with that mentality is that you don’t take into account what could happen in the future. For any number of reasons a person could all of a sudden find himself in the position of being opposed to the government and taking a stand or becoming part of movement that is taking a stand that could be considered confrontational. Then because of this mass surveillance, you have all this information like the “cloud.” I learned a lot about how easy it is to hack into our phones, computers, and [web] cams—which I now have a piece of tape over all the time. It made me not paranoid, just aware of how to communicate and when to be careful. Being a part of something like this film is like looking down the barrel at something.
Check digital scans added in our gallery:
Zachary Quinto gave an emotional tribute to Leonard Nimoy in a video released Tuesday.
Leonard was an actor, a champion of the arts, and a true inspiration to so many. Through his legendary portrayal of Spock, he influenced countless scientists and artists, myself and the rest of the [‘Star Trek Beyond’] cast included.
Quinto then called on fans to donate to St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, a charity that Nimoy donated to and championed. The donations are part of the “Star Trek: To Boldly Go” Omaze campaign, which gives fans the chance to win a walk-on role in “Star Trek Beyond.”
By contributing $10 or more, supporters will be entered to win a walk-on role in the film, while also benefiting selected charities, including Make A Wish and Heaven Homes in addition to St. Jude’s.
Watch the video:
“Star Trek Beyond” will hit theaters on July 8, 2016.