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The former 'Heroes' actor is set to play a patient in the next season of the NBC TV series that will reunite him with Bryan Fuller.
According to Rabbi John L. Rosove, who delivered the eulogy at Leonard's service on Sunday, March 1, everyone in attendance was an important part in the actor's life.
The upcoming project which is directed by Oliver Stone is eyeing the three actors after previously landing Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Shailene Woodley for the drama.
The 'I Am Michael' co-stars were tapped in a slow motion video locking lips underneath a popcorn shower.
The 'Star Trek' actor supports the 'Heroes' miniseries project, but he 'just felt like [he] need to cultivate other outlets for myself.'
Franco and Quinto are joined by Charlie Carver in the new photo from the gay-themed movie which is set to be released on Thursday, January 29.
The extended trailer sees the incident that starts a conflict within a group of friends and family, and how it drastically changes their lives.
The former 'Heroes' star returns to the network with miniseries 'The Slap' about the fallout of a man slapping another couple's misbehaving child.
Quinto will play the former boyfriend of Franco's Michael Glatze, while Roberts will portray his girlfriend in the true-story drama.
The former 'Heroes' actor will guest star in the fourth season of the HBO series, while the 'Teen Wolf' star will recur in the second season of Lifetime's supernatural drama.
One report suggests the split was not amiable, but another conflicting source claims all good between the exes.
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.
In the song produced by Alex da Kid and Bei Maejor, the 'Airplanes' hitmaker raps that the fame he gained has suffocated him.