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Star Trek’s Wil Wheaton Shares Touching Picard Premiere Second After Recalling ‘Humiliating’ Trauma From Early Days

Star Trek: Picard Season 3 had its Hollywood premiere this previous week, and most of the franchise’s actors — of each previous and current — have been there to see the primary two episodes of the upcoming season. It was an thrilling evening for the forged and followers in attendance in addition to an emotional evening for actor Wil Wheaton. As a result of throughout the night, he had a touching second that basically struck a chord as a result of his “humiliating” reminiscences of previous trauma. 

Wil Wheaton and his spouse have been company on the Star Trek: Picard Season 3 premiere and the actor had an opportunity to reunite with a lot of his former co-stars from The Subsequent Era, who returned for the ultimate season. Wheaton, who briefly reprised his function as Wesley Crusher in Season 2, won’t seem within the new episodes, sadly. Nonetheless, he was greater than keen to indicate up and assist his mates. The actor wrote in regards to the occasion on his weblog, together with a second that inadvertently triggered some previous trauma associated to his days on The Subsequent Era:

Final evening, Anne and I went to the flamboyant premiere of Star Trek Picard’s remaining season on the Chinese language Theatre in Hollywood. Earlier than the screening started, after we have been all settled into our seats, Terry Matalas and Alex Kurtzman launched the present, thanked the forged and crew, and turned the highlight over to Patrick. He spoke lovingly and superbly about all the expertise in that Patrick Stewart manner all of us love. As he was wrapping up his remarks, he mentioned, ‘I want to ask the forged who’re right here to please rise up,’ so that they is also celebrated. I remembered how humiliating it was, how a lot it damage, these instances Rick Berman intentionally left me seated whereas everybody else was standing up, these instances Rick Berman made me really feel precisely the best way my father made me really feel: unwelcome, unworthy, invisible. Not an amazing feeling.

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