Who's the better Spock: Zachary Quinto or Leonard Nimoy? In this hysterical new Audi commercial called "The Challenge," you'll find out.
Star Trek Into Darkness may be 2 months away, doesn't mean we can't enjoy these two cool brand new stills from the sci-fi movie!
You'd think that playing Spock would get you some respect. You would be wrong.
Paramount Pictures has finally thrown us a bone. The identity of Benedict Cumberbatch's Star Trek villain has been revealed. The studio's released a new photo that gives a name to the raven-haired baddie.
If you were disappointed by J.J. Abrams' three-frame Star Trek Into Darkness preview clip a while back, well, so was Zachary Quinto, who plays our favorite green-blooded Vulcan Lt. Cmdr. Spock. So the actor has decided to give the fans some exclusive footage without permission from either Abrams or Paramount. (Well ... sorta.)
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.
Think season one of FX's American Horror Story was over the top? Well, when season two premieres tonight under the title of American Horror Story: Aslyum, you'll find there are whole new levels of "extreme," "shocking," and "terror" to explore, said stars Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson in an exclusive interview with Blastr. And no, this one doesn't have ghosts.
Star Trek fans are in for a treat—if we're to believe the cast of next year's highly anticipated sequel, who can't stop praising the film. First, Chris Pine teased a "much more frightening" force, and now Zachary Quinto is dropping some hints.
The first tantalizing pic of actress Alice Eve from the upcoming Star Trek sequel set—in costume, no less—is making the rounds online and the Internet's been abuzz as to which character the gorgeous blonde is playing.
It's official, folks: Filming on J.J. Abrams' Star Trek 2 is done. Wrapped. In the can. But that doesn't mean we won't get a few final peeks at the set before Abrams & Co. head into the editing room to start prepping this thing.