In the wake of their son's death at the age of 27, Anton Yelchin's parents have taken out an ad in The Hollywood Reporter, thanking fans for their unconditional support and love in a time of deep sadness.
The ad reads: "To all of you who have sent flowers and gifts, for your condolences and kind words...we are deeply grateful for your unconditional love...he would be surprised at how many hearts and souls he touched."
A few weeks after tragically losing their son, the Yelchins take out a classy, thoughtful & touching ad in THR. pic.twitter.com/WTXFJp9Gg2— Lacey Rose (@LaceyVRose) July 15, 2016
Vulture reminds us that you can still see Yelchin on the big screen in a few upcoming movies. The late actor is set to appear in Thoroughbred with Olivia Cooke, Rememory with Peter Dinklage and We Don't Belong Here with Catherine Keener and Maya Rudolph. You can also catch him in Star Trek Beyond on July 22.
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