Spock has some 'tude!
Last night, New York Magazine tried to snag a quick interview with Zachary Quinto at the 20th-anniversary gala for STC. NYM wanted to talk to Zac about his work in Tony Kushner's Angels in America, but Zac went on the attack when things got too "personal."
How so? Oh, just take a read of the interview:
What's your post-show ritual?
I like to take showers after the show. And then I read. I'm reading Jonathan Franzen's Freedom, like the rest of the world. But all these questions are too personal, sorry.
Let's get less personal then. What's your favorite ice cream flavor?
Still too personal. Sorry.
Is there anything you feel okay talking about?
I'd rather just talk about Tony. I'm just beginning to learn from him, how to string together so many cohesive, multidimensional, layered, and unique thoughts. [Quinto ends interview.]
Wow. Someone is throwing their weight around - weight that they don't really have to begin with.
This is not logical.
[Image via WENN.]
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