Zachary Quinto on the Epic Kirk-Spock Bromance (LIES, HE ONLY TALKS ABOUT PINE IN THIS ENTIRE THING)
With the impending release of Star Trek: Into Darkness, we caught up with the star to discuss co-star Chris Pine
Since Zachary Quinto was seen on the cover of Out last October, the actor/producer has starred in a critically acclaimed production of Tennessee Williams’ The Glass Menagerie—now Broadway-bound—slipped back into Spock’s pointy ears for the sequel to 2009’s hit Star Trek and produced, through his company Before the Door, three feature films, including All is Lost (starring Robert Redford), which will premiere this month at Cannes.
Just before he set off on a globe-trotting promotional tour for Star Trek: Into Darkness (in theaters May 17), we talked to Quinto about his surprise visit to Chris Pine’s cover shoot for Out's June issue, his perspective on the epic Kirk-Spock bromance, and what his good buddy Pine cares about even more than being a good actor.
( QUINTO COMPARES PINE'S EYES TO THE DEEP END OF A POOL, MAKES ME WANT TO JUMP INTO THE DEEP END OF A POOLCollapse )