We're starting to notice a pattern here. First, we got that 'Star Trek Into Darkness' poster that showed the Enterprise in peril. Then we got the poster with Zoe Saldana's Uhura under fire. Now, we have a poster featuring Zachary Quinto's Spock standing amidst hot molten lava. 'Star Trek Into Darkness' has no shortage of the Enterprise crew being put in mortal danger. Check out the poster below.
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Over the decades, the 'Star Trek' franchise has been a lot of things, but it's never really been about action. Director JJ Abrams pushed this universe in that direction with his 2009 reboot, but there's no denying it with 'Star Trek Into Darkness': this thing is an action movie through and through. Two newly released images from the film do little to change that particular perception.
Fans of 'American Horror Story' have admittedly found themselves surprised before that series star Zachary Quinto has taken such an integral role throughout the first two seasons, given the actor's ever-expanding film career, a prospect hitting the stratosphere once again this summer with 'Star Trek Into Darkness.' So while Ryan Murphy continues to announce 'American Horror Story' alum cast in season 3, will Quinto once again return to TV for another go? Find out what the 'Star Trek' star has to say about his involvement in 'AHS' season 3 inside!
Zachary Quinto is one stylish S.O.B. with all his bow ties, his slicked-back hair, pocket squares and suits galore, so it comes as no surprise that some other not-so-fab celebs would want to jack his swagga. We're talking about you, Eli Roth.
'Star Trek Into Darkness' doesn't hit theaters for another six months but one of the film's actors is already talking about the end. Zachary Quinto, who stars as Spock in the J.J. Abrams reboot-verse, said he might be done with the character and the 'Star Trek' universe.
For those of you keeping up with the series, 'American Horror Story: Asylum' dropped a massive, and bloody reveal on the audience with last night's "I Am Anne Frank, Pt. 2," exposing the true identity of seriak killer "Bloody Face!" Of course, neither the mystery nor the horror end there, as plenty of questions have yet to be answered across the season. That in mind, where might the Ryan Murphy horror-thriller series go next? Will we delve deeper into Bloody Face? What about the aliens? Yes, the aliens!