Zach and co-stars Chris Pine, Karl Urban, and director J.J. Abrams promoted Star Trek Into Darkness in Sydney, Australia, last Monday. You will find now pictures of the photocall and the movie premiere in our gallery.
MTV has shared with us an exclusive sneak peek of “Star Trek Into Darkness” tonight, during the MTV Movie Awards – which Zach is one of the presenters. Check it:
Check back later for more coverage on Zach during tonight presentation.
A new poster and an international trailer focusing on the mysterious villain John Harrison, was released today. You can also find some new Spock promotional images in our gallery.
Zach attended Miscast last night, March 4th. The annual benefit was hosted by Victor Garber and honored Judith Light for her stage and screen work and advocacy for arts education. Miscast is a concert where performers sing songs from roles in which they would never be cast. Some of the performers this year included Sierra Boggess, Cheyenne Jackson, Jeremy Jordan, Jane Krakowski, Christian Borle, and Jonathan Groff (who sang “If Mama Was Married” and “Let Me Be Your Star”).
Huffington Post has just shared a fairly lengthy interview with Zachary Quinto, touching on the topics of The Glass Menagerie, “American Horror Story,” and Star Trek Into Darkness. In fact, he addresses what to expect with the third season of AHS and whether or not he’ll be involved again.
How did you get involved in the A.R.T.’s The Glass Menagerie?
I wanted to do a play at the beginning of 2013, because it was the first window of availability that I had in my schedule. So, basically my agents brought me a few different projects that I was considering and it just felt like this was the best fit for me on so many levels. You’ve got the creative team [including] John Tiffany and Bob Crowley, and Cherry Jones was already cast when I came on board, so I knew that the caliber of people getting together to make this work was really in line with my levels of aspiration. Also, I have always respected the A.R.T. I feel like it is a place that allows for process to unfold and an incubative environment, so I was really excited by that and of course by the play itself was something I felt drawn to on a creative level. It was a pretty easy decision once the option [The Glass Menagerie] was presented to me.