You know, Celery, your description of Karl’s face was quite spot on. You can tell he’s already plotting revenge. :P
Best. Ad. Ever.
TIM KRING: Well Zach isn’t really the personification of evil when you look at him…
ZACH: *makes the cutest face ever*
Dog Eat Dog
First gif: “Hm! Now there’s a thought.”
Second gif: “Idea. Gottagokthnxbai.”
This is ridiculously adorable. Zach is almost acting like a little boy here, biting his fingernails in the beginning of the video and becoming all flustered and giggling when he feels like he’s been chided by Leonard.
The relationship between these two makes me all fuzzy and happy inside.
SO, SO fuzzy and happy inside. :P
In this first look at director J.J. Abrams’ currently shooting “Star Trek” sequel, we see quite clearly that Zachary Quinto’s returning Spock and the newcomer played by Cumberbatch are very much not friends. The two are locked in battle on top of what’s being described as “a Space Barge set.”
During the battle and in the photo you can see here, Spock does his best to stop his foe using his famous Vulcan Death Grip, but the move fails; Cumberbatch’s character is able to overpower the grip and regain the upper hand in his struggle against the Star Fleet officer.
Interestingly, Spock is not the only one wearing a Star Fleet uniform. Cumberbatch’s unknown character is seen wearing a black version of the uniform under his silver overcoat. A sign that this man was a friend before he was a foe?
The Vulcan Death Grip? Seriously? All trekkies worth their salt knows that there is no such thing as a Vulcan death grip - it’s merely a ploy to distract the Romulans. I guess I shouldn’t expect more from MTV, but really. Tsk, tsk. Not good research, yo.
On a more positive note, this picture is quite awesome. Good hair-acting going on, by both parties, and bonus points for the dramatic Benedict-face. Me gusta.