The castmembers (most of them, anyway) of this film all chose to wear black Starfleet badges in honor of their castmate, the late Anton Yelchin. That’s a lovely gesture – especially for a Comic-Con crowd where the Star Trek love levels are as high as they can possibly go.
We’ll be nice this time, is what we’re saying.
This is an unexpected turn of events. He got rid of the Santa beard and the Thurston Howell drag! Can it be our bitching of late is what got him to shave and put on a more modern cut of suit? Granted, the facial hair situation is still tragique and we’re not exactly in love with the blue suede shoes, but … baby steps. It’s a nice suit.
Pretty close to perfection, although we think a little bit more contrast between the various pieces would’ve been better.
Nice suit, but there’s no shame in going up a size, Karl.
The dress is okay, but it needs some aggressive styling so it doesn’t come off generic. The shoes in particular were a missed opportunity.
He’s our Giant Hipster Gay and we would expect no less from him. And everything fits this time. Well done, Spock.
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