Zachary Quinto has good reason not to tell us what happens in the Star Trek sequel.
Sure, he's not actually allowed to, but also...
He insists nothing is exactly set-in-stone over—even when they're filming.
"What you guys are going to see has yet to be solidified, decided [and] defined and that's the great part about working with someone who is so mind-bogglingly talented as J.J. Abrams," Quinto told me at the Oscars.
I'm so not surprised because Abrams was working on the script until the very last possible minute before he handed it over to his stars.
They're certainly putting in some long hours. But no worries because no one is complaining.
"It's been a really overwhelming schedule, but in all the right ways," Quinto said, adding, "I love to work hard and I'm certainly doing that right now."
Costar Zoe Saldana told me at the Independent Spirit Awards, "I'm like happy exhausted. I'm literally going to bed with the biggest smile...I feel like I'm home."
The flick is expected to hit theaters in May 2013.