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Watch Jon Cho and Chris Pine lip sync to Aretha Franklin with their deceased co-star

“Star Trek Beyond” cast members John Cho and Sofia Boutella posted videos online in memory of their late co-star Anton Yelchin.

Both Cho and Boutella shared videos of Yelchin from the app Dubsmash, which allows users to record themselves lip syncing to famous songs and quotes.

In Cho’s video, he, Chris Pine and Yelchin goof around on set singing along to the classic Aretha Franklin song “Think.” Boutella appears in full makeup dubbing over the Ice Cube song “Hello” with Yelchin.

Watch both videos below.

Yelchin appeared in the rebooted “Star Trek” franchise as Enterprise bridge crewman Pavel Chekov. He died after his car slipped into neutral and rolled down his driveway, crushing him. He was en route to meet his friends for a rehearsal on June 19. After he did not show up, friends responded to his residence where they located him deceased, police said.

Yelchin’s reported vehicle, a late-model Jeep grand Cherokee, was subject to a recall by manufacturer Fiat Chrysler Automotive (FCA) following a National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) study that investigated 14 complaints of “rollaway” after intended transmission shifts to the “Park” gear. The recall was issued in April.

Tragic deaths have turned films like “Enter The Dragon,” “Furious 7” and “Star Trek: Beyond” into impromptu sendoffs

Anton Yelchin‘s sudden death last month has given the release of “Star Trek: Beyond” a heavy, unexpected dose of emotion, as fans will now be seeing him play Pavel Chekov for the final time. Deaths in Hollywood have turned several films into impromptu tributes to dearly-departed actors, serving as a final testament to their work.

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