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Star Trek stars step out for US premiere

Hayden Panettierre

Heroes star Hayden Panettiere was out to support her co-star Zachary Quinto at the US premiere of the new Star Trek movie. He plays Vulcan second officer Spock.

Chris Pine

Chris Pine, who plays Captain James T Kirk, signs autographs for fans outside the famous Grauman's Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles.

Simon Pegg

Shaun Of The Dead and Spaced star Simon Pegg, a massive fan of the series, plays chief engineer Scotty in the movie.

Zachary Quinto and Winona Ryder

Heroes star Zachary Quinto, who plays Spock, and Winona Ryder, who plays Spock's mother, pose on the red carpet in LA.

Heidi Klum

German model Heidi Klum shows off her Vulcan salute at the premiere. The iconic gesture was inspired by a Jewish blessing sign.

Zoe Soldana

Zoe Saldana plays Uhura in the movie - she previously featured in Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl.

Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy, who portrayed Spock in the original series and movies, attends the screening with his wife. Nimoy appears in the new Star Trek movie as Spock, come to provide help from the future.

Eric Bana

Troy and Black Hawk Down star Eric Bana outside the US premiere of Star Trek. He plays the Romulan time-travelling villain Nero in the movie.

Fans

Trekkies outside the premiere of the new film, directed by JJ Abrams, the man behind Lost and Cloverfield.

JJ Abrams

Director JJ Abrams greets Lost actor Jorge García, who plays Hurley, on the red carpet.



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