Zachary Quinto Talks Lack of Privacy in Hollywood
Inspired by the tragic suicide of gay teen Jamey Rodemeyer, Star Trek actor Zachary Quinto finally felt it was time to come out in the latest issue of New York Magazine about his homosexuality, but it's in November's issue of Details magazine that the 34-year-old opens up about the lack of privacy in Hollywood.
Zachary's a fan of Ryan Gosling's knack for breaking up street fights and he'd do the same if he were ever in the same position, just don't record him. The Margin Call star goes on to tell the mag:
"It’s like our culture is so rooted in voyeuristic obsession and the exposure of people’s lives in order to feel validated. It’s terribly empty and sad. It leaves me with a diminished faith in humanity."After news broke that he was gay, Zachary did not seem so concerned with privacy when blogged about his big decision. "In light of Jamey's death - it became clear to me in an instant that living a gay life without publicly acknowledging it."
"People will have a better idea when they see me walking down the street with shaved eyebrows."As for his latest project, the Wall Street movie Margin Call, out this Friday Oct. 22, the handsome actor just wants the movie to shed light into such an important topic. He also adds that there we're definitely people who acted "reprehensibly," but others were simply following orders.
Watch the trailer for Margin Call below and if you'd like to read the rest of ZQ's interview, make sure to pick up a copy of Details out now.