A few minutes before the Star Trek Into Darkness cast hit the CinemaCon stage yesterday in Las Vegas, I landed a video interview with Zachary Quinto on the red carpet. While J.J. Abrams and Paramount have slowly been releasing more images and footage from the Star Trek sequel (click here to watch the new trailer), the cast is still very careful about saying anything specific about the anxiously awaited sequel. Knowing this before the interview started, I made sure to only ask Quinto questions he could answer like what it was like to film the bridge sequences first, working with the IMAX cameras, whether he’s seen a rough cut yet (the entire cast sees the film for the first time this Friday before leaving for Sydney), and more. In addition, he also talked about why he thinks Star Trek Into Darkness being in 3D is a good thing. Hit the jump to watch.
And if you missed my video interview with Chris Pine, click here.
- What is it like to finally be able to talk about the movie
- Says they spent the first 3 and a half weeks of the shoot filming the sequences on the Enterprise Bridge
- 1:25 – Did they ever joke around on the set of the sequel about all the lens flares
- 1:45 – Has he seen a rough cut yet. Says he hasn’t. They all see it for the first time this Friday
- 2:10 – What was it like working with the IMAX cameras. Says they did the biggest sequences in the movie with the IMAX cameras.
- 2:45 – Talks about why he thinks Star Trek Into Darkness being in 3D is a good thing