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Entertainment Weekly is turning up the heat with their sci-fi sexy cover of Zoe Saldana and Star Trek costar Chris Pine.

The two stars, who reportedly share a topless makeout scene that Pine says will go down in Trekkie history, look beyond delicious in the latest issue.

J.J. Abrams’ Star Trek prequel is out May 8.

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The stars of the highly anticipated sci-fi prequel Star Trek stepped out for a group photo call in Paris, France Tuesday–but no one shined more than New York-bred beauty Zoe Saldana.

One of our fave Ga Ga Girls (who’s playing Lt. Uhura) hit the red carpet with director and producer J.J. Abrams and hunky costars Eric Bana, Zachary Quinto and Chris Pine.

Of her Trekkie following, she recently told Esquire, “I’ve already had a [fan] come up to the door of my house. And I had a driver for another movie who brought all of his Star Trek memorabilia with him. He opened the trunk and there was this shrine. He had stacks of pictures he wanted me to sign. He ended up being the nicest guy, but it definitely freaked me out at first.”

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Mattel, makers of the Barbie doll, is producing a set of Barbies featuring Zoe Saldana as Uhura in Star Trek!

The action figures, which also include Ken replicas of Chris Pine as Kirk and Zachary Quinto as Spock, will be sure-fire collect collectors items!

Of Saldana’s performance, which includes a highly-anticipated topless scene, director J.J Abrams recently said, “She’s awesome in the movie. She’s fantastic. She’s always a genius.”

The Star Trek dolls will be available in April and will retail for $45. The upcoming blockbuster hits theaters in May.

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Chris Pine, who plays Captain Kirk in the upcoming Star Trek film, recently spilled the beans on a much-oggled over steamy scene in which Zoe Saldana as Lt. Uhura goes topless.

“It’ll become famous,” Pine tells E! Online of Saldana’s bare moment in the film.

“It’s trying to be sexed up for a new generation that really isn’t used to seeing Star Trek,” he added. “It’s a whole new beast.”

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