Zachary Quinto back at CMU along with producing partners, new comedy

Written by Barbara Vancheri on .

Zachary Quinto is about to embark on a worldwide tour for “Star Trek Into Darkness” but he made it back to Pittsburgh for a quick visit in mid-week.
He and his producing partners from “Margin Call” brought their latest movie, a comedy called “Breakup at a Wedding,” to Carnegie Mellon University for a sneak preview while school is still in session. 
He is shown flanked by Victor Quinaz, the movie’s director who also plays a wedding videographer, and Ingrid Sonnichsen, associate teaching professor, acting. 
In row behind:  Dick Block, teaching professor, design, and producers Neal Dodson and Corey Moosa. (Photo courtesy of CMU.)
I’ll have a story about this in Friday’s paper and you can look for more when the movie is released across multiple platforms in mid-June. Here’s a still from the comedy about a couple who break up during their doomed rehearsal dinner but decide to go through with the ceremony anyway. 

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