Anton Yelchin, a rising performer

Anton Yelchin, a rising performer best known for playing Chekov in the new Star Trek movies, was killed by his own particular auto as it moved down his carport early Sunday, police and his marketing specialist said.

The auto stuck Yelchin, 27, against a block letter drop column and a security wall at his home in Los Angeles, Officer Jenny Hosier said. He had become out of the vehicle immediately, however police did not say why he was behind it when it began rolling.

Yelchin was en route to meet companions for a practice, Hosier said. When he didn't show up, the gathering went to his home and discovered him dead.

The monstrosity mishap sadly stops the promising vocation of an on-screen character whom groups of onlookers were all the while becoming acquainted with and who had extraordinary aesthetic aspiration. Star Trek Beyond, the third film in the rebooted arrangement, turns out in July.

Executive J.J. Abrams, who cast Yelchin in the establishment, wrote in an announcement that he was "splendid ... kind ... interesting as hellfire, and remarkably capable."

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