Zachary Quinto's Marginal bonding

October 21st, 2011

The cast of Zachary Quinto's new movie bonded quickly because they were filming in such a small space.

The actor starred in and produced 'Margin Call' alongside Demi Moore, Penn Badgley, Paul Bettany and Simon Baker and said the small set on the 42nd floor of a Manhattan building helped foster a sense of "camaraderie"

He explained: "We shot the movie in 17 days on the 42nd floor of an office building in Manhattan so we were all contained creatively and in real life. It was fantastic though and there was a great sense of camaraderie."

This was Zachary's first time producing and acting in a feature film at the same time and he admitted he chose the role of Peter Sullivan - a young analyst in a New York City investment bank's risk management department - carefully so he could fully devote himself to both roles.

He explained: "I really like Peter, I find that he operates on a lot of levels. I like that his moral compass gets a little thrown off. When I read it I was like that's the role for mer. For my first time acting and producing at the same time, it was the perfect role from a creative point of view but also because I had the dual roles of actor and producer. "