"I'm just going to do what I do best, which is to focus on myself and take it minute by minute." "I feel a bit daunted," Quinto admitted."It's pretty high intensity, a lot of production elements, basically a live performance that I've had about two days to rehearse for, with a 700-person audience.Saldana and Quinto's episode will air June 9 at 8 p.m. The actress will perform TLC with Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, while Quinto will channel Missy Elliott."I'm competing against a really good friend that I love and respect and he's going to really bring it and give it his all, so the least I can do is do the same," Saldana said.stars, a move that has added as much as million to million to the budget.The project’s slow development process may have been partly to blame, as well as the rising star power of the actors, especially Chris Pine and Zoe Saldana. Pine: I think the Enterprise represents, psychologically speaking, parts of one person.
Also, they talk about the camaraderie and chemistry between the cast.Because the characters are reflecting something How did you approach playing such an important villain in the Star Trek universe?Cumberbatch: I wanted to try to give him a voice that had something almost reptilian to it.Quinto: Those three characters represent a balance that’s an ideal – and pretty well unattainable, I think – in our own lives as individuals. They’re people who care deeply for one another, but also for the people they’re responsible for and the people who work with them.If the crew of the Enterprise functions as parts of one person, I think that person is Gene Roddenberry.There’s such an indelible mark made on the character through the first film, and I do feel that Kirk resonates within me, so I didn’t do much looking back.