Rebecca Romijn is a white vision during her stay at the Enter The Star Trek Universe Panel during Comic-Con San Diego
Her character on the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery from CBS All Access is called Number One.
And on Saturday Rebecca Romijn showed that her style is also at the top of the ranks, when she formed a close-fitting white shift dress with transparent striped details during the Enter the Star Trek Universe panel during Comic-Con San Diego.
The actress, 46, appeared on the panel alongside Sir Patrick Stewart, Sonequa Martin-Green, Brent Spiner, Jeri Ryan, Jerry O & # 39; Connell, Alex Kurtzman, Michael Chabon, David Ajala, Michelle Hurd, Allison Pill Mike McMahan and new cast Star Trek: Lower Decks star Jack Quaid.
White-hot: Rebecca Romijn showed on Saturday that her style is at the top while forming a close-fitting white shift dress with transparent striped details during the Enter the Star Trek Universe panel during Comic-Con San Diego
During the 90-minute panel, fans were treated to the first time watching the upcoming CBS All Access series Star Trek: Discovery, Star Trek: Lower Decks and Star Trek: Picard.
At the start of the event, executive producer Alex Kurtzman promised the audience that Star Trek: Discovery will keep the original essence of the vision of Star Trek creator Gene Roddenberry intact: & # 39; Every conversation about how we create Star Trek is filtered by Roddenberry & # 39; s essential vision of optimism.
& # 39; It is the mind and soul for all of us … there will be a lot of huge changes in season 3, there will be things that you recognize, things that you don't recognize.
Legend: Sir Patrick Stewart (photo) was present to discuss Star Trek: Picard
Up close and personal: executive producer Alex Kurtzman, Sonequa Martin-Green and David Ajala were on the panel
Speaking: Jerry O & # 39; Connell was also present for the panel
& # 39; Part of the pleasure is that we get honorary doctor but shake it up enormously. & # 39;
When the panel went on to discuss Sir Patrick Stewart's return to Star Trek: Picard, Steward admitted that his decision to return had a lot to do with the writing room.
& # 39; As the subject of this new proposed series became clearer and clearer to me, and as I began to meet our incredibly distinguished writing team … I knew something very unusual would happen and I wanted to be part of it.
All smiles: Patrick Stewart and Isa Briones beamed on stage
Beginner: Jack Quaid, recently released in Star Trek: Lower Decks, was also present for the panel
& # 39; Imagine that something like that could happen and that I wouldn't be there would be too defeistic.
& # 39; So here I am, and very happy to be here. & # 39;
Star Trek: Picard is out early 2020.
Front and center: Michelle Hurd and Allison Pill were also present
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