Zachary Quinto has been a busy, busy man, and moviegoers and TV viewers will soon see the results of his hard work.
First up for Star Trek's current Spock is We'll Never Have Paris, a romantic comedy written and co-directed by Simon Helberg. The Big Bang Theory actor also stars as Quinn, a man on the verge of proposing to his longtime girlfriend, Devon (Melanie Lynskey), when he meets a gorgeous blonde, Kelsey (Maggie Grace). Quinto plays Quinn's friend, Jameson. The film will open in theaters and VOD on January 24.
Also on the way is The Slap, an eight-episode NBC miniseries set to debut on February 12. Based on the Australian miniseries of the same name, The Slap follows what unfolds after Harry (Quinto) strikes a couple's misbehaving child. Co-stars include Peter Sarsgaard, Thandie Newton and Uma Thurman.
And, finally, Quinto has wrapped production on two upcoming features. He co-stars alongside James Franco and Emma Roberts in the drama I Am Michael, and with Rupert Friend and Ciaran Hinds in the action film Hitman: Agent 47. Both films will be released later this year.