Zachary Quinto has described the second Star Trek movie as 'bigger' and 'bolder' than its predecessor.
The actor is set to reprise the role of Spock in the J.J. Abrams directed movie which is set to hit the big screen next year.
Speaking to The Wrap the actor said: "It was bigger. It was bolder, I think, than the first one, and that was pretty big and bold from my stand point. I'm really excited to see what they do with it.
"I feel like, you know, my work is done on the movie right now and until we have to go and promote it, then my work remains done and I let JJ and his incredible team of people get in there and do the work that they need to do now."
He added: "I feel very fulfilled, but I don't feel particularly attached to what the outcome of that project will be because I have faith in the people that I was collaborating with to make it as good as it can be."
The movie comes four years after the Star Trek franchise was rebooted by the filmmaker and Quinto is not the only familiar face who will be returning.
Chris Pine is back as Kirk while Karl Urban, Zoe Saldana and Simon Pegg will all be reprising their role.
Benedict Cumberbatch is one of the big new names added to the cast list - but who he will play has not year been revealed.