The young star in 2006 psychological thriller 'Joshua' starring also Sam Rockwell is the third actor to play Spock in the upcoming sci-fi film.
Back in early January, it was revealed that the upcoming sci-fi adventure film "Star Trek" will be having three Spocks. On Wednesday, February 27, TrekMovie.com reported that the third and the youngest actor to play the famous Vulcan-Human hybrid is the star of 2006 psychological thriller "Joshua" Jacob Kogan.
It was said that the 12-year-old actor will make a brief appearance in the J.J. Abrams' film. TrekMovie noted that the young co-star of Sam Rockwell can be seen at least in one scene with Winona Ryder, who plays Amanda Grayson, Spock's mother. It was further reported that Kogan has done with his filming part. Apart from that, it wasn't known whether he has other scenes with the other cast.
On January 5, it was reported that Leonard Nimoy has confessed that the feature film version of the science fiction entertainment series coming to the theaters in 2009 will feature Spock in three different ages. In an interview with CBS 2 in Los Angeles, he said, "I am Spock, and there is another Spock and there is another Spock. There are a total of three Spocks in the movie and that is all I will say about it."