Simon Pegg Shares Star Trek Beyond Bloopers in Last Days of To Boldly Go Campaign

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Since mid-July, the Star Trek Beyond cast has been hard at work partnering with Omaze to promote their To Boldly Go campaign, which will benefit nine worthy charities while allowing a lucky winner to score a walk-on role in the upcoming film. Well, you now have until tomorrow to enter!

In addition to Simon Pegg sharing some adorable bloopers featuring the Trek cast, he also tells us about an additional prize that wasn’t offered before – two tickets to the Star Trek Beyond premiere! So, if you want to support some great causes and have a chance to win some sweet Star Trek swag, you have through tomorrow to donate and enter!

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