Even at Comic-Con, guests can't escape Pokémon Go!
During Thursday's Snowden panel, Zachary Quinto referenced the location-based mobile game that has seemingly taken the world by storm.
While many of Quinto's colleagues are all for the latest craze, Snowden's director and writer, Oliver Stone, doesn't appear to be a fan. "It's not really funny, because what you're saying is on the money," he explained. "It's a new level of invasion."
"You'll see a new form of, frankly, a robot society," he added. "It's what they call totalitarianism."
Once the panel wrapped, Quinto weighed in on Stone's highly buzzed-about comments while speaking with ET's Ashley Crossan.
"I tried to make light of it. He went a little bit more to the real heart of the matter, which I think is a really relevant point that he made," the 39-year-old actor, who also isn't a huge fan of the game, explained. "I had posted something to Instagram the other day that I thought was really funny -- [a video] from a press junket that we did in London where Chris Pine and Sofia Boutella were [saying], 'Pikachu' [over and over], and I was trying to talk about my judgement of Pokémon Go, which people didn't take really kindly to."
"I think it's great that people are engaging with one another, but I feel like the ultimate goal for us is to be able to do that without these devices in our hands," he continued. "And I realize that technology has evolved and there's a lot of good that comes from that, and I have no judgement of people that are into it, but I feel like, how do we facilitate the conversation about connecting without these devices between us? That's the point I was trying to make, but people weren't happy."
Snowden hits theaters on Sept. 16, 2016.