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Sir Patrick Stewart reunited with his longtime Star Trek co-star Brent Spiner for dinner in Los Angeles on Monday night.

Joining the 83-year-old Yorkshireman and the 75-year-old Texan was their other longtime co-star Jonathan Frakes, who also directs multiple Star Trek TV series.

Patrick was wearing a grey flatcap with a dark plaid shirt and grey jeans while Brent opted for a black jacket over a matching sweater and blue jeans.

Brent was carrying a take-out bag following their lively meal out.

It's been 37 years since the talented trio originated the roles of android Lieutenant Commander Data, Commander William T. Riker, and Captain Jean-Luc Picard on CBS series Star Trek: The Next Generation, which aired for seven seasons spanning 1987-1994.

Sir Patrick Stewart (L) reunited with his longtime Star Trek co-star Brent Spiner (R) for dinner in Los Angeles on Monday night

Sir Patrick Stewart (L) reunited with his longtime Star Trek co-star Brent Spiner (R) for dinner in Los Angeles on Monday night

Joining the 83-year-old Yorkshireman and the 75-year-old Texan was their other longtime co-star Jonathan Frakes (pictured), who also directs multiple Star Trek TV series

Joining the 83-year-old Yorkshireman and the 75-year-old Texan was their other longtime co-star Jonathan Frakes (pictured), who also directs multiple Star Trek TV series

Frakes and Spiner recently got to reprise their Starfleet roles in the first as well as the third (and final) season of Stewart's Paramount+ spin-off, Star Trek: Picard.

'I am gently pushing Paramount to let us do one single Picard movie,' the Grammy winner told TIME on September 28.

'Not a Next Generation movie, as we have already done four of those. This would be an expansion and deepening of the universe as we've seen it in Star Trek: Picard. I've discussed this with Jonathan, Brent, and LeVar [Burton], and they are all game. Jonathan is my first choice to direct it.'

On January 4, Patrick revealed the script was nearly complete while

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