Chris Pine and More Stars Attend Anton Yelchin's Photo Exhibit 5 Months After the Actor's Death
The late Star Trek actor also had a passion for photography
Chris Pine and other members of the Star Trek family joined the star-studded list of guests at the Anton Yelchin Photography Exhibit’s grand opening at the Other Gallery in Los Angeles on Saturday.
Yelchin, best known for his roles in the Star Trek films and Terminator Salvation, died in June in a freak car accident at the age of 27. And now, the late actor’s photography will be shown until Dec. 31.
The exhibit contains 40 images and all proceeds will go toward the Anton Yelchin Foundation, which seeks to “empower children and filmmaking students,” according to Extra.
Pine was seen at the event with co-star John Cho and Star Trek director J.J. Abrams. Other celebrities in attendance included Dakota and Elle Fanning, Demi Moore, Susan Sarandon and Nicolas Hoult, among others.
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“He was just a good guy,” said Pine during a press conference in July. “He was very sweet. He’s very beautifully, authentically Anton. There was not much of a sensor on the boy.”