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Photos From Star Trek Into Darkness Hollywood Premiere May 15, 2013

by Albert L. Ortega , Filed under: Star Trek Into Darkness , trackback

Star Trek Into Darkness held its Hollywood premiere on Tuesday and TrekMovie was there. See below for dozens of photographs from the event with cast, crew, Star Trek luminaries and more from LA.


Star Into Darkness Hollywood Premiere

Tuesday night May 14th saw the Star Trek Into Darkness world tour finally make it to Hollywood for a premiere at the Dolby Theater on Hollywood Blvd. The white carpet was rolled out for most of the movie’s cast along with the producers, some of the crew and even a few luminaries from Trek’s past.

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The White Carpet at Dolby Theater for Star Trek Into Darkness Hollywood Premiere

Star Trek Into Darkness actors

Alice Eve

Alice Eve

Alice Eve

Chris Pine with his father Robert Pine

Chris Pine and Karl Urban

Chris Pine

Chris Pine

Chris Pine

Zoe Saldana

Zoe Saldana

Zoe Saldana

Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto

Zachary Quinto

Karl Urban

Karl Urban

Karl Urban

Bruce Greenwood

Bruce Greenwood

Peter Weller

Peter Weller

John Cho

John Cho

John Cho

Nanzeen Contractor

Star Trek Into Darkness Crew

JJ Abrams

Neville Page (creature designer)

Damon Lindelof

Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci

More Star Trek luminaries

Leonard Nimoy

Leonard Nimoy

LeVar Burton

LeVar Burton

Jennifer Morrison

Rod Roddenberry

More from around the Hollywood premiere

Fan at Into Darkness premiere

Fans in the bleachers

The White Carpet

More from Hollywood coming

Anthony Pascale was at the other end of the white carpet for the Star Trek Into Darkness premiere and he got a few quick video interviews with some of the cast, crew and Trek luminaries. Look for those videos soon.

All photos by Albert L. Ortega. Albert is a photojournalist and life-long Star Trek fan. You can visit Al on his Facebook page.

Your humble photographer


1. cugel the clever - May 15, 2013

WOW – Alice Eve looks incredible! As does everyone.

2. Dr. Fridgehead - May 15, 2013

Chris Pine as Commander William T. Riker…wait a minute.

3. Kevin Rubio - May 15, 2013

Great shots, Albert!

4. Emperor Mike of the Alternate Empire - May 15, 2013

Well. Tonight. We all go. Into Darkness.

5. Greg Stamper - May 15, 2013

Many thanks for the terrific effort Albert, looks great!

6. sci-fiddy - May 15, 2013

Do you know how i know that JJ didn’t take Albert’s Photo?


No lensflares.


7. Punkspocker - May 15, 2013

Alice, Zachary, Alex and Peter Weller look like future San Francisco people. That’s a compliment.

8. DJT - May 15, 2013

BobOrci. Saw you at premiere!!!!!! Was psyched to see you in person,sir. Wanted to ‘holla’ but… was too busy snapping pics.

9. Martin D. - May 15, 2013

So are they figuring nobody knows Benedict Cumberbatch in the US anyway? Or why isn’t he at the US premiere? Very, very strange.

10. DJT - May 15, 2013

Alice Eve. O.M.G. She is friggin’ stunning. Plus she seemed like a total sweetheart. Live long and prosper, Alice.

11. ObsessiveStarTrekFan - May 15, 2013

@9. Martin D

I think I read somewhere he was back working on Sherlock.

12. SirMartman - May 15, 2013

Wow so nice to see Robert Pine with his son Chris,,

Ive always wondered if the police motorbike part in Star Trek 2009 was somesort of refernce to “Chips”

13. Al - May 15, 2013

1) Anyone know why Nimoy is growing his hair long?
2) So that’s who Chris Pine’s dad is! CHIPS
3) Chris is looking a little thinner
4) Hair…

14. Mad Mann - May 15, 2013

My God, it’s full of stars!

15. Picard - May 15, 2013

where is our “original” Kirk?

16. Mark Lynch - May 15, 2013

Leonard Nimoy is looking good there…
No Bill I notice! do you think his invite got misplaced or something? ;-)

Not long for me now, going to see STID at the BFI IMAX this Sunday at 09:00 \o/

After which, it will be nice to not have to stay away from spoilers any more and be able to join in on any discussions…

17. DeBeckster - May 15, 2013

Nice to see Chris Pine bring his Dad to the big premier–I was a HUGE Chips fan back in the day. I’m guessing that most of us here know that Michael Dorn was on Chips for a while–from what I remember, all he did was stand around a lot and smile. No wonder he liked playing Worf so much! Going Friday night–can’t wait!

18. Jenna - May 15, 2013

9. BC was able to take a few days off from Sherlock for the London and NY premieres and connected press events. LA too much time I guess.

19. Granite Trek - May 15, 2013

With that haircut, I’m wondering if Zack Quinto is playing Morrissey in his next film!! :)

20. Moputo Jones - May 15, 2013

It is awesome to see Star Trek get the attention it deserves!

21. James - May 15, 2013

I cant articulate how excited I am about going to see the new Trek film this weekend!

For those who are interested in reading film reviews, I have been reviewing all the previous Trek movies on my blog. Check out my ST:09 review here:

22. somethoughts - May 15, 2013

The day has finally arrived, 8pm tonight! Omg

23. Clinton - May 15, 2013

Great photos. Glad you got a shot of yourself in there, Al. Looks like you had fun! Me? I’m going to see the movie in IMAX TONIGHT!!!!! Finally! Tomorrow, I can read all the reviews and articles I have been skipping,

24. Father Robert Lyons - May 15, 2013

That first picture of Karl Urban reeks of Gary Mitchell! (I mean that in a good way!) I wish he would have been cast as Mitchell and given a hefty role, and given Gary Sinese the role of McCoy. Not that Urban is in any way bad as McCoy… but he is definitely a dead ringer for Mitchell.

25. The Professor - May 15, 2013

Leonard Nimoy sure looks happy.
I like that.

26. Stef* - May 15, 2013

For all fangirls (like me) ….

…. take tissues with u ;) ….

Have fun, I will go the third time this evening. JJ made us a wonderful movie.

27. Janice - May 15, 2013

My Goodness—Bruce Greenwood looks awesome!!

28. rogue_alice - May 15, 2013

Chris must have his Mother’s ears.

29. skSexton - May 15, 2013

Truly enjoyed this white carpet walk. Thank you from a ’66-er!

30. skSexton - May 15, 2013

Make that a since-66-er!! btw Alice Eve goin all Jeri Ryan for her LA walk.

31. USSEXETER - May 15, 2013

36 more hours until the wait is over!!

32. Admiral Kent - May 15, 2013

Sgt. Getraer!!

33. porthoses bitch - May 15, 2013

@30 hey, Nero said that.

34. porthoses bitch - May 15, 2013

I see Zack is prepping for his role in the Captain Kangaroo reboot. Oooopseriously showing my age.

35. porthoses bitch - May 15, 2013

Hey Levar,

Do the toes of those shoes reflect up ?

36. Calastir - May 15, 2013

Is Zachary trying to re-boot the ninetees as well with his ‘Ice Ice baby’-look?

37. porthoses bitch - May 15, 2013

Re: the fan with the sign.

Is the Delta sheild the unniversal symbol for “Grok” ?

There’s a phrase I haven’t seen in a looooooooong time.

38. USSEXETER - May 15, 2013

@32 I know! ;)

39. sean - May 15, 2013

Oh my, Jennifer Morrison really needs a stylist on staff. What on earth is that outfit?

Loving Nimoy’s struggling artist hair. He always looks like he’s having the best time, no matter where he is.

40. AyanEva - May 15, 2013

Less than 9 hours before I go into darkness!!!!!

41. BatlethInTheGroin - May 15, 2013

And AGAIN Anton Yelchin is absent from the film’s marketing. I have to wonder why he’s been entirely removed from all of this.

42. Sherlockcious - May 15, 2013

9. Martin D. – May 15, 2013
«So are they figuring nobody knows Benedict Cumberbatch in the US anyway? Or why isn’t he at the US premiere? Very, very strange.»
– – – – – – – –
Glad to see you miss Mr. Benedict Cumberbatch at the LA Premiere. Me too.
BUT there’s a very good reason: He his shootting “SHERLOCK” right now in the UK. Sure he’d love to attend the Premiere. At least he managed to take a couple of days to visit the US for the Yew York Premiere and some appearances at TV shows and interviews. The man really does not stop working. It wonders me what astounding amount of energy he has… not only in the intensity of his deliveries when performing, but with his extensive workload in general.

BTW, I still see ocassional misspellings (and mispronunciation) of his surname by journalists, TV presenters and others. CUMBERBATCH is a long surname, but not difficult to pronounce or write, and even less for an American, I think.

… I preffer not to imagine what Sherlock would say about it…
[“Sherlock” THE GREAT GAME (Minsk-Belarus scene) (Series-1, Ep-3)]

43. crone - May 15, 2013

Gorgeous people. I am ever so excited to be going to the movies tonight…

44. KHAAAN the weasel - May 15, 2013

Wow, with his hair like that, Nimoy appears to be aging BACKWARDS lately.

45. martin - May 15, 2013

786 minutes

46. drapera - May 15, 2013

Just a note about the actual design of the event location…

It sure is branded in the United States…looks like the name of the film is ACER STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS MICROSOFT.

I understand sponsorship items, and am a designer by trade, but did it have to be so much sponsorship vs. the name of the film? London and Berlin looked like you were at a Star Trek event (from the photos).

Here we are at a computer store (non-Apple).

Oh well…just a graphic designer/Trekker venting a bit. I will have my own premier Friday night – STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS in IMAX 3D courtesy of the ESURANCE contest (see what I did there?).

47. Tommbe - May 15, 2013

I hope everyone over the pond enjoys the film tonight!

48. Trekhunter1701 - May 15, 2013

I was one of the lucky people to go to the premiere and it was great!! Watching them set up the premiere during the day to the big event last night is truly a once in a lifetime experience. Sadly it’s over but “It was fun!”

49. Commodore Adams - May 15, 2013

I was hoping to see more Star Trek alumni and a slew of non trek actors at the L.A. premiere. Granted he may be busy but Tom Hanks is a HUGE Star Trek fan, why wasn’t he at the 2009 or Into Darkness premier. Ben Stiller, Eddie Murphy, Seth McFarlane, Robbin Williams, Kelsey Grammer, Angelina Jolie, Daniel Craig, Rosario Dawson, Olivia Wilde are all self proclaimed Star Trek fans. Would have been amazing to have that support for Star Trek L.A. premiere.

50. Nony - May 15, 2013

Fashion Police: Trek Edition!

Zachary Quinto looks like Morrissey, but hipster Zach is hipster and he does his thing. Peter Weller looks like a dude I would totally hang out with. Love the polka dots. Karl Urban doesn’t have a stylist, but he needs someone to take pity and style him for big events – he always looks good because he’s him, but his suits miss more often than they hit. This is a miss. Pine is the opposite – he’s been looking too slick and over-styled to me, which I’m sure real fashion commentators love but I do not. The double-breasted-suit + pinky ring combo is giving him a slight unfortunate aura of Smug Young Businessman. The Cho is flaw-free as always, the ladies all look great (yes, even Jennifer Morrison; I mean, she is actually kind of pulling off a sparkly sky-blue jumpsuit, which is hard to do and should be commended), and it wouldn’t be a Star Trek event without Bruce Greenwood looking like he wrestled somebody before strolling in, bless him.

51. Factchecker - May 15, 2013

Leonard: 8
Bill: 7

52. LizardGirl - May 15, 2013

Wow, everyone looks so beautiful! I love this! Also love the design of the set/red carpet. It would’ve been awesome to attend that. I probably would’ve fainted though…

Neville Page…I’m not sure if he’s saluting or insulting someone! He’s got his hand turned the wrong way.

53. rocketdave - May 15, 2013

I’m guessing Neville Page (creature designer) must not be much of a Star Trek fan? I think even J.J. could tell you that that Vulcan salute is backwards.

54. T2 - May 15, 2013

Awesome post to lead into the film. Thanks for the coverage. Awesome job over the years. Still seems like yesterday rumors were swirling about who would be cast in ST09. Looking forward to XIII and those rumors, and of course, all the nitpicking and fan reviews coming out!

55. T'Cal - May 15, 2013

Seven hours 47 minutes…

56. porthoses bitch - May 15, 2013

Regarding Neville Page I’d love to see a Trek themed episode of Face-Off. Maybe for the video release ? They usaully go on hiatus from Halloween till Valentines and I suspect Trek for Thanksgiving. My guess right now is Iron Man for Halloween and Supes for Xmas. Be kind of cool in that TWOK was released Thanksgiving week in ’82.

57. John BigBooteee - May 15, 2013

Going TONIGHT! Can’t wait!

Thanks TrekMovie and the SuperBowl App, which allowed me to score these tickets!

Great pics, Albert!

And The Adventure Continues……..

58. Darmok - May 15, 2013

I’m so hyped! 8PM EST – 6.5 hours and counting. I’m so stoked to bring my 11 year old nephew to his first Star Trek movie. I broke him in with ST09 last week, which he loved, and I’ve never seen him so excited about a movie. I also got him into Star Trek Online cuz he’s a little gamer. I’m just hoping he can handle the slowing down of the pace when introduce him into all of the TV series and pre-JJ films. I hope the same for this new generation of Trekkies.

59. Ensign RedShirt - May 15, 2013

Awesome work, Al. Thanks!

60. Bob - May 15, 2013

6 hours and counting…

61. Factchecker - May 15, 2013

Are these Spectacle Over Substance reviews actually true? Is the film as bad as I’ve heard? Is Hollywood completely out of original ideas?

62. Chris Doohan - May 15, 2013

I just posted some after party pics on my twitter site (if you’re interested)


63. Dee - lvs moon surface - May 15, 2013

I’m so happy and proud of the “Trek guys” … during the entire promotion tour of “Into Darkness” they were awesome … especially Captain Fine, WOW, he made ​​me happy!

Now, I’m waiting and preparing myself to cry a little during the screening of the film … certainly will happen! ;-) :-)

64. Commodore Adams - May 15, 2013

Alice Eve, what vixen! :D

lol poor Rod, that guy looks bloated as all hell! Looks like he has trouble breathing.

lol and Kurtzman…can’t he clean up for a premiere!? Shave that scruff and dude the shape of those glasses are not helping the cause. Besides who wears glasses to a 3D screening!? Pop those contacts in mofo.

65. Crone - May 15, 2013

I keep wanting to read Roger Ebert’s review of the movie. Sad.

66. BatlethInTheGroin - May 15, 2013

#61: Factchecker, you need to check your facts. The vast majority of reviews for this film have been extremely positive. Only a few have been negative, which happens with ever film, no matter how good it is.

67. Martin D. - May 15, 2013

@42 – Maybe the BBC is trying to subtly sabotage Benedict’s movie career by not allowing him a little time off to attend this high-profile premiere? I’ve heard British society can be a bit petty like that sometimes. Because normally I think Paramount would simply have paid the BBC compensation to have The Batch over in LA, problem solved.

On the other hand I’ve noticed that in his US TV interviews, J.J. sometimes takes time to introduce BC to US audiences (“He’s a great British actor”, etc.), so he might really not be as well-known in the US as everywhere else. At the Berlin premiere J.J. had a little running gag where he would just shout “Benedict Cumberbatch” and got a big cheer from the crowd everytime. No introduction necessary at all.

Too bad all feature film IMAX theaters seem to have gone belly up in Germany. I really miss the US and having an IMAX on every corner. Trek 09 in IMAX was fantastic! Well, I guess no free poster for me with this installment. :-(

68. jjabber - May 15, 2013

In days gone buy I used to read Star Trek novels. One novel was Star Trek Dreadnought, The basic idea was an Admiral in Starfleet felt the Federation was poorly prepared for a war with either the Klingon or Romulus. So he built the USS Star Empire in complete secrecy. This was a war machine. Then Terrorists stole the ship ( if I tell you why I will spoil the first half of the new Trek movie ( before it becomes the Wrath of Kahn’s evil brother part of the movie) Anyway the Terrorists will only speak to Captain Kirk because they trust him to do the right thing. The author of this book, Diane Carey, should sue JJ Abrams for a direct copy of material. Even some lines lifted directly from the book !

69. BatlethInTheGroin - May 15, 2013

#64: Perhaps… but they can probably compose an intelligent sentence.

70. Elias Javalis - May 15, 2013

I d be happy to hear your impressions of the IMAX Screening. Without Spoilers please!

71. BatlethInTheGroin - May 15, 2013

#68: What lines were lifted? That’s a bold claim–please elaborate. And Carey can’t sue–she doesn’t own Star Trek. Paramount and CBS do. They have the right to use material from her books. (She’s not one of the better Trek authors to begin with, so she should be pleased if the screenwriters liked her work.)

72. jjabber - May 15, 2013

after seeing it I started re-reading I have found three lines so far I am only 32 percent ( kindle ) through the book.

If they have the right to use it then no harm, but it speaks poorly of the writers.
This was never one of my favorite books but the fact that they would take even the basic premise is sad.

That said, it was a fun summer flick… just not as good as I hoped it would be.

73. Trek Lover - May 15, 2013

What is it with Quinto, Urban, and Lindelof with the “Five O’clock Shadow”? Can’t they shave? It is a Premier of a movie that pays their salary.

And Pine looks better without the full beard too.

74. Terry Steinman - May 15, 2013

JJ Abrams doesn’t get enough credit for supporting our troups through The Mission Continues, a veterans support organization. This is a good man with high integrity.

75. Martin D. - May 15, 2013

@65 – Ebert had very mixed feelings about Trek 09, and I think he would have scored STID even lower. Unfortunately Ebert is one of those reviewers who expect Star Trek to have far more internal logic and consistency than a standard summer blockbuster, which is simply not the case with the new movies. Therefore they dislike them or at least criticize them heavily: “It was fun, but…”

BTW, I’ve never read and heard so much about how TOS always supposedly had a social message as in the last two weeks. (It was even in the Jon Stewart J.J. interview.) When in reality TOS was action-adventure in space and only a small minority of episodes had any discernible social message (racism is bad, etc.). In fact, some of the weakest TOS episodes were heavy-handed “message” shows, often penned by Roddenberry himself. All the great episodes that have been fan favorites forever (“…Tribbles”, “Balance…”, “Mirror,…”) are _not_ message shows at all, thank God.

So I think it’s funny that the “social message” aspect of TOS (that makes it supposedly so superior to JJ Trek) is now trumped up so much by some reviewers who then go on slamming STID. In reality, most of TOS was relatively light on social themes. (E.g., what’s socially significant about a salt vampire or climbing a tree with Jill Ireland?). And those episodes that did have social themes at their center were often rather dull. The only above-average TOS message show I remember was “Bread And Circuses” because Roddenberry poked fun at the TV industry. It was so funny because it was true. The other message episodes have not aged so well IMO.

76. Curious Cadet - May 15, 2013

@71. BatlethInTheGroin,
“Carey can’t sue–she doesn’t own Star Trek. Paramount and CBS do. They have the right to use material from her books.”

Tell that to Art Buckwald and Harlan Ellison …

Sure she can. She can sue for royalties. WGA is very specific about this kind of thing. Can’t copyright and idea (despite the obvious coincidence between the title and Vengeance ship class), but if they wholesale lift lines directly from the book (combined with other aspects of the plot), then that’s a whole other kettle of fish.

Besides this wouldn’t be the first time these guys allegedly lifted the plot of a movie — see “The Island”

77. Killamarshtrek - May 15, 2013

You may be ‘out of my league’ Alice, but it’s still a YEEEEESSSS!!

78. Curious Cadet - May 15, 2013

@75 Martin D,
“All the great episodes that have been fan favorites forever (“…Tribbles”, “Balance…”, “Mirror,…”) are _not_ message shows at all, thank God.”

Huh? Maybe you’d better go back and watch those episodes again. They are ALL allegories for topical issues.

79. Martin D. - May 15, 2013

@78 – Cold War allegories or depictions of fascism (in “Mirror, Mirror”) in a sci-fi setting are interesting, but there is nothing there that really changes your perspective about the Cold War or fascism, hopefully. To some degree, “Mirror, Mirror” even makes fascism seem cool, unless you are McCoy stranded in the mirror universe that is. (Everyone else from the landing party would have adapted just fine, particularly Spock, if they had not found their way back.) So there is either no message here or a very questionable message that was already presented much better in “The Enemy Within”. Yes, our heros have a dark side. But that’s basic psychology, not a message per se.

Next exhibit: In “Balance of Terror”, Spock briefly comes under suspicion as a Romulan spy. Alright, it’s a Cold War allegory. However, does this change the viewer’s perception that e.g. none of the Japanese interned during WWII by the US were actual Japanese spies? Of course not, because Spock in the episode is a character who we _know_ not to be a spy. So while is a nice little minor point in the episode about xenophobia, McCarthyism, and such, it only works in the ST universe and the context of the story. It does not apply to us or reality. So no message there either.

Episodes like “Let That Be You Last Battlefield” or “A Private Little War” on the other hand are message shows that are both pertinent to our reality and try to influence the viewer directly. But they are not among the best TOS has to offer IMO.

80. Roger - May 15, 2013

@75. Agree with 78. Watch them again.

81. Drij - May 15, 2013

Quinto? wtf are you wearing…. seriously get a fashion adviser.

82. LizardGirl - May 15, 2013

Interesting…I kind of see where you’re coming from.

I’m with you in saying that probably none of those episodes’ message changed the viewers viewpoint. Yet that may not have been the goal. Maybe those allegories had more of a reflective mood of what was happening in the real world. Not trying to manipulate the audience per se, but trying to show current events in a way that people can relate to without becoming offended. More of a reflection of current events.

I won’t say that Star Trek is completely unbiased, nor would I say they were “pushing” their agenda on people (like propaganda).

It’s nice talking about these things. More please!!! ^_^

83. Keachick - rose pinenut - May 15, 2013

Great to see all these guys in one place on the big day. Alice Eve looked fabulous in that dress. Bruce Greenwood looked the well-dressed relaxed professional, then I realized – no tie.

LOSE THE TIES, GUYS! Chris Pine looked great in that blue suit and would look even better without the tie and the greasy retro hair. Come on, dear Chris, honey, this is godawful retro fashion stuff. It is no better now than it was then – ick. The fashion/hair people need a bum whacking.

Despite these fashion ickkups, Chris does look nice. Love the picture of him with his dad…very cool!

84. Dee - lvs moon surface - May 15, 2013

#83. Keachick

Apparently “CP. Is. Killing. It” look at here:

;-) :-)

85. Bell - May 15, 2013

Oh pretty but SO bad at red carpet fashion. Girl, get a stylist. Or, if you have one fire them ASAP and get a new one because you can do much better than this I know it.

Maybe ask Alice Eve for advice at the next premiere lol that girl has been workin it!

86. Chasco - May 16, 2013

Great pix, @ChrisDoohan, and loved your big screen moments too :-)

87. Kev - May 16, 2013

Yeash I dont mean to be judgemental but man what happened to Zachary quinto’s hair, it looks like he auditioned for the part of Skrillex in the Skrillex vs Mozart epic rap battle

an Emo Steve Urkle lol

and spock honestly that haircut does not suit him well

88. Marja - May 16, 2013

I hate to pile on, but I have to say [as a VERY big ZQ fan] that Zachary’s hair just looks like he’s rebelling against the movie promotion. It also looks like he has an otter on top of his head (sort of pathetic and funny at the same time, for such a handsome man). (Maybe he’s trying to look bad so fangirls will leave him alone?) Yeah, I think promotional events across the world really must be tiring and a boreass, Mr Q, but please do try to look nice as only you can. I miss your hair, man. Kickin’ suit, though.

Zoe looks wonderful – though I preferred her London premiere dress. Do not like fabric patterns on Alice’s dress, but the shape honors hers, and length and coverage are ladylike as always, the gold fabric is elaborate and beautiful.

Chris Pine looks super to me. I don’t care if folk think he looks “overstyled” – he looks wonderful with the beard and that blue suit is wowza. Everyone else looks lovely. Yeah, Karl Urban’s suit maybe could have looked better, but he probably spent all his time whipping his thousand-cowlick hair into submission :)

And what a treat to see Bruce Greenwood, he has an angelic smile.

I thought Anton Yelchin was filming somewhere too, like B Cumberbatch…?

89. Kapten Kerk - May 16, 2013

Everyone looks great! (Quinto’s hair and fashion style are a little different than mine!) Leonard Nimoy looks younger and younger! Chris Pine and Alice Eve steal the show IMHO! I hadn’t noticed Eve’s beautiful eyes before… I didn’t know she had heterochromia.

90. b-man - May 16, 2013

Alice Eve looks pale and posessed in the second photo. I would have not included that one.

And why does Rod Roddenberry look like he’s approving of the used car he just sold me?

91. LizardGirl - May 16, 2013

Yeah, it’s nice to see a guy put effort into his appearance. It shows that he has respect for himself and for the event he’s attending. He’s so debonaire! I love his shoes and the orange tie. Guys can’t do flashy like a girl without looking…like a girl, so when they take risks and still manage to look sharp, then I have to applaud them. Chris’ fashion sense is extremely sharp. He also knows how to dress down though, which is good.

I will say that John’s suit is a very good second best dress.

92. Jackson Roykirk - May 17, 2013

Not quite sure I understand Chris Pine’s fashion statement. (“Bela Okmyx”?)

Zach keeps proving that he’s not afraid to be different. Great look.

Zoe looks fantastic as usual. Maybe more appropriate for “The Great Gatsby.”

Alice’s dress is so, um, tactile. I just want to grab her.

93. Keachick - rose pinenut - May 17, 2013

As anyone knows who has been here for a while, I really have a general dislike of ties, strangle bangles. I just don’t like the look of them. Chris Pine’s blue suit looks great. He is a very smart dresser.

He is a great casual dresser as well, a style I prefer.

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95. Brad - May 24, 2013

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