the “xbox one” spock rather looks like zach on halloween… ;)
halo spock ;)
zachary quinto as spock for xbox one (2)
zachary quinto as spock for xbox one (1)
George Takei on Zachary Quinto
Question: “Are there gay vulcans and if so, how do they socialize?”
"I can answer that. It´s a changed world now. We have the new version of Star Trek. The last two movies had younger actors playing our roles. […] Spock, a vulcan, is played by Zachary Quinto, who is gay. We have an out gay vulcan and he happens to be Spock.
Zachary is a real great guy and he´s also a very serious actor. As you know he was on Heroes and I was Mr. Nakamura, the powerful, wealthy, mysterious Mr. Nakamura, the father of Hiro, who has magical powers. And Zachary was the villain in that, he had evil powers.
But after the series was cancelled he went to New York and he´d been doing Off-Broadway plays and he did a very challenging role in a great american drama, "Angels in America", playing the gay attorney […], a very important dramatic demanding role and he got very good reviews for that. And he just opened on Broadway with a wonderful actress, Cherry Jones […] in Tennessee Williams´ "The Glass Menagerie" and he´s playing Tom Wingfield and he got luminous reviews. […]
Zach is a wonderful actor. As a matter of fact we have tickets to see him in “The Glass Menagerie” tomorrow. […] So, he´s a gay vulcan. That´s how vulcans celebrate. They become serious actors.”
George Takei spoke at the National Press Club about the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgendered (LGBT) people, October 18, 2013
star trek rules!
mr. spock, captain archer and zefram cochrane are nominated in the same category at the emmys. :)
Bad Robot On Board- Vintage Pulp, Edition 2013, Acrylic & Digital
Along with the original painting, I created two series of signed and numbered prints for sale at the Bad Robot tribute show for Gallery1988. The first was a print edition of the painting as seen; for the second set of prints I digitally added text and distressed textures to give the image the appearance of an old and well-loved science fiction pulp magazine. The names on the left of the “cover” are the director and writers of the Bad Robot production company’s successful 2009 Star Trek film - the obvious inspiration for this piece. (Stephen Andrade Illustration)