Today the second new character poster for Star Trek Into Darkness was released – this time with Mr. Spock. Check that out below plus find out why Alice Eve will "never forgive" Zachary Quinto after an embarrassing moment on the set. Also a reminder to watch the MTV movie Awards tonight for a new TV spot.
New Spock Star Trek Into Darkness Character Poster
Today Apple revealed the second (of four) Star Trek Into Darkness character posters – featuring Zachary Quinto’s Spock. Check it out.
Spock domestic character poster for Star Trek Into Darkness (click to enlarge)
The Spock poster is the second of four domestic theater character posters for Star Trek Into Darkness. The Uhura poster we released Saturday following the final domestic one-sheet which was released on Friday. Monday’s poster will be Kirk with a Harrison poster on Tuesday – which is also the day Apple will debut the new domestic trailer.
Eve: Quinto laughed loudest during embarrassing Enterprise moment
Speaking of Zachary Quinto, in an interview this week Alice Eve the actress singled out Zachary Quinto when recalling an embarrassing moment for her. She told EOnline ""I ran onto the Enterprise and I fell over on my bum—on my first take!" Eve said that it won’t end up in the film because JJ Abrams "is not that mean," and then followed up saying "Quinto was mean" adding (with a smile) "he laughed the loudest, which I’ll never forgive him for. I have my clumsy moments. I probably do do it on all movie sets.
You can watch Eve talk about her fall and Quinto laughing at EOnline.
New TV Spot Airing During MTV Movie Awards Tonight
Tune into the MTV Movie Awards tonight (9PM Eastern, 6PM Pacific) to see a new domestic Star Trek Into Darkness TV spot. Also make sure to have your official Star Trek app ready to listen and scan the new spot to "receive and exclusive piece of Movie Awards content.
Chris Pine, Zoe Saldana and Zachary Quinto will also be presenting. And for even more Trek, the TOS "Arena" Gorn Captain (featured in the recent Shatner promo) will be on the red carpet at the MTV Movie Awards – promoting Star Trek: The Video Game.