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The actor who plays Spock in the original 'Star Trek' series turns to desperate measures to win a second game against his successor.
Quinto says he's ready to 'go in a different direction' after 'Star Trek Into Darkness', while hinting that 'an era of association with certain roles' is 'coming to an end.'
Although he refused to go on details about his relationship with Groff, Quinto said he's in a very happy state compared to his past romance.
Donning a so-called 'Volcano Suit', Quinto's Spock is reportedly shooting a stunt scene where he has to be lifted to a height of 10 stories high.
The former 'Heroes' actor will play a brand new character who is the nemesis of Jessica Lange's alter ego in the show's sophomore season.
The actor playing Spock in the movie insists that the picture, which shows a fight sequence between him and Benedict Cumberbatch, is not 'an actual scene' that will appear in the anticipated sequel.
After joking on air that Zachary's announcement makes him rethink his policy about not dating actors, Dan Kloeffler of 'World News Now' explains in a blog post why he too decided to come out.
Expressing his gratitude for the support he gets after coming out as a gay, the actor playing Spock in 2009's 'Star Trek' tweets, 'we. are. in. this. together. NEVER FORGET!'
The 'Heroes' actor, who has been dodging questions about his sexual orientation, finally revealed that he's a gay man.
'Lucid' will be produced by Quinto's Before the Door Pictures company and its story will be written by McMillian.
About the cancellation, the actor claims the TV series crew 'have been aware of this possibility for a few weeks.'
The Spock of 'Star Trek' is said landing a lead role in Steven Spielberg's upcoming biopic of composer George Gershwin and having been working with a voice coach for his role.
Zachary Quinto has ruled out report suggesting that he quits the sci-fi film franchise after releasing a statement which mentioned, 'I'm stepping away from 'Star Trek' for at least two years.'
Hollywood stars from Frankie Muniz and Hayden Panettiere to Matthew Fox and Nicollette Sheridan have come out on Thursday, April 30 for the Los Angeles premiere of 'Star Trek'.
'Star Trek' stars from Chris Pine to Eric Bana as well as director J.J. Abrams were spotted on the red carpet of the sci-fi film's world premiere in Down Under.