If you guys were stunned about last week's shocking American Horror Story reveal concerning Zachary Quinto's character, wait 'til you hear this one. Rumor is, Quinto may not reprise the role of Mr. Spock after Star Trek Into Darkness hits theaters next year.
Remember a few days ago when we showed you that cool pic of Star Trek's Zachary Quinto wearing that weird orange-y space suit while he was being dangled from (most possibly) the nether regions in a harness? Well, we got more of 'em! But this time, our Vulcan boy's touching ground and getting in touch with his emotions.
In 1975, Leonard Nimoy published his memoir I Am Not Spock, and drew instant ire from many first generation Trekkies who thought he was rejecting his ties to the iconic Vulcan. That was never the point, but these days Nimoy's willing to admit that he probably should have called the book something else.
Throughout his 81 years, Leonard Nimoy has done a lot of things. Between being a beloved actor for his role as Spock in Star Trek, and dabbling in everything from writing to photography over the years, he is a generally awesome guy. But, he just got even cooler.
According to Nichelle Nichols — better known as Lieutenant Uhura, the USS Enterprise's communications officer from the classic Star Trek series — when she first showed up to audition, she read for the role of our favorite Vulcan, Mr. Spock.