Sir Patrick Stewart will soon be seen reprising his most iconic role, and in advance of the premiere of “Star Trek: Picard” he received a rare Tinseltown honour.
On Monday, the 80-year-old actor imprinted his hand and footprints in cement outside Hollywood’s famed TCL Chinese Theatre.
Prior to the ceremony, Sir Patrick was introduced by Rick Berman, executive producer of “Star Trek: The Next Generation”.
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Video of the ceremony was shared on social media
Meanwhile, Stewart’s “Star Trek: The Next Generation” co-star Gates McFadden took to Twitter to pay tribute to her former Enterprise captain.
Berman and TCL also issued tweets in honour of Stewart.
“Star Trek: Picard” premieres Jan. 23.