Up to date Anton Yelchin would have turned 32, Kat Dennings joined fans of the late actor around the world to pay tribute to the Star trek star on social media. In 2007, Dennings co-starred with Yelchin in the comedy-drama Charlie bartlett, serving as her love interest in the film. Recalling happier times, Dennings posted an image of the couple together on Twitter in recognition of Yelchin’s 32nd birthday.

“Happy birthday Anton, things were never the same again”, Kat dennings write in the caption. Free streaming service Pluto TV has also announced that it will broadcast Charlie bartlett free on Pluto TV Comedy at 8 pm ET.

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the Star trek News site TrekMovie.com also posted a video tribute to Anton, writing in the tweet: “Remembering actor, musician and photographer Anton Yelchin on his birthday. He won our hearts as Chekov in all three JJ Abrams #StarTrek films, and he left too soon. He would have turned 32 today. “

“Today we remember Anton Yelchin, the person who somehow changed my life and the person who will always have my heart. Happy birthday love,” writes a Yelchin fan.

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“Happy birthday and RIP to Anton Yelchin,” another fan tweeted. “Among the incredible performances he made to the big screen in his short life, Charlie Bartlett is my all-time favorite. Taken long before his time.”

Recommending Yelchin’s final role, another fan posts a screenshot of Pure blood and writes: “Reminder that Anton Yelchin gave an astonishing final performance in the underrated Pure blood (2018). I highly recommend checking it out. I miss him today. “

And another tweet says: “Happy birthday to the GOAT, Anton Yelchin. You left your earthly body too soon. A supreme talent, even as a child, that was only going to get better.”

Known for playing Pavel Chekov in three Star trek movies, Yelchin’s other roles include Charlie bartlett, Stranger Thomas, Night of scares, Alpha dog, Y Green room. As the starring roles kept pouring in for the popular rising star, there was an enormous amount of untapped potential that was wasted when Anton Yelchin died in 2016, the result of a freak accident outside his home in Los Angeles. He was only 27 years old.

Yelchin’s life and career were chronicled in the acclaimed documentary. With love, Antosha, which first released in 2019. Directed by Garret Price and featuring many of Anton’s famous friends sharing personal memories of the actor, most are a must-see for any big Yelchin fan. Narrated by Nicolas Cage, some of the featured stars include JJ Abrams, Jodie Foster, Willem Dafoe, Zachary Quinto, Chris Pine, Simon Pegg, Anya-Taylor Joy, and John Cho. It is currently streamed for free on Tubi, Vudu, Crackle, and IMDbTV.

We can only imagine what else Yelchin could have accomplished if he hadn’t left us so soon. To remember the late actor, it is as good a time as any to see the documentary. With love, Antosha or any of Anton’s movies today. Rest in peace, Anton Yelchin.

Topics: Charlie Bartlett, Birthday


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