Chatting with Conan O’Brien, Zachary Quinto demonstrates how, with just a tilt of his head, he goes from alluringly handsome to pants-wettingly sinister. More
Topic: star trek
Look at Benedict Cumberbatch standing over the destruction of Earth in this new poster for Star Trek Into Darkness, and tell me that doesn’t look like poor Gotham City. More
We’ve tracked down Tom Hardy‘s unaired comedy show pilot, his Star Trek screen test, and even a video of him rapping to his son Louis. Because this man is awesome, and you should know what he was up to for the last ten years before The Dark Knight Rises. More
Actor Karl Urban promised to share some Star Trek 2 footage at San Diego Comic-Con this week, and then trolled the fans. If you’re a Benedict Cumberbatch fan, you might get a bit angry. More
Mere mortals complain on blogs about how disappointing Prometheus was. But Tyler Perry decides to write his own sci-fi screenplay, because why not? Taking bets now on whether Madea comes bursting out of someone’s chest. More
Holy shit, you guys! President Barack Obama is hanging out with Lieutenant Uhura from Star Trek, and he’s giving the Vulcan salute! Your many years of interest in geeky things have finally been vindicated. More
Here’s what we can figure out about Benedict Cumberbatch‘s Star Trek 2 villain: He’s human, and that Vulcan nerve pinch hurts like hell. Check out another leaked photo from the set inside. More
George Takei wants Carrie Fisher and William Shatner to stop fighting about Star Wars and Star Trek and go after a series that’s awful: Twilight. More
My original angle for this post was to complain that now that Zachary Quinto has come out of the closet, the tabloids are jumping over each other to match him up with other openly gay actors—namely, Jonathan Groff from Glee. But as I started doing more research into these guys’ friendship, I found several reasons why they could be an actual item. More
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Three weeks ago, Sean Maher (Firefly, The Playboy Club) came out of the closet; over the weekend, Zachary Quinto – arguably the more famous of the two — did the same. It’s really interesting to note the differences in how it happened: Sean sat down with EW for a probing interview, while Zachary slipped that rather significant reveal into a larger profile piece with New York Magazine. More
It’s true: Darth Vader spends a lot of time hanging out on the Death Star, killing minions, destroying planets, and generally causing mayhem. But ever so often, even the Sith Lord needs to get out of the house and have a change of scenery. Where is he likely to go? Well, you may not think it, but sometimes, you’ll find him in these places… More
Hey, guys. It’s Lucia, your friendly neighborhood nerd. Can we talk about fan conventions for a moment? Awesome. Because guess what? San Diego Comic-Con, commonly known as SDCC, is happening this weekend, and as usual I’m bemoaning the fact that I live on the other side of the country. SDCC is the pinnacle of geekdom, a spectacular four-day extravaganza that celebrates comics, sci-fi, fantasy, anime, and all things nerd. This is the magical place where sneak peeks at hotly anticipated new movies happen, where intelligent discussions about the ethical and moral issues faced by superheroes past and present occur, and where fans get to mingle with their favorite actors, writers, artists, and filmmakers. Every year at this time, I bitch about the fact that I’m not there. Here’s the thing: You all know the sorts of things I write about. You know I’m a giant nerd. When I was living in London, I took a day trip out to Cardiff, Wales just to see a temporary exhibit of Doctor Who props and costumes at a random mall. When Return of the King came out, I totally would have done Trilogy Tuesday if I hadn’t been taking a Latin exam while it was happening. I’ve been to many midnight screenings of high-profile geek movies. But you know what?
Cons TERRIFY ME. More