Deleted Scene from STAR TREK INTO DARKNESS Features Benedict Cumberbatch Showering

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There’s been some controversy over a scene in Star Trek Into Darkness where Carol Marcus (Alice Eve) strips down to her underwear on screen for no reason.  Director J.J. Abrams recently went on Conan to explain his decision by saying that it was intended as a moment of levity in an action-packed scene.  He also said that we see Kirk (Chris Pine) naked from the waist up post-threesome with some alien babes.  Abrams doesn’t seem to quite get it that both scenes objectify women, but in terms of eye candy, Eve and Pine are both very attractive people.  However, if you want some more partial nudity, it turns out there was a deleted scene of Benedict Cumberbatch showering, and thus creating today’s most searched phrase on Google.  This is a real scene, not one made up by Conan.

Hit the jump to check out Cumberbatch’s “evil shower”.

Via Conan.

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  •‎ tarek

    Looks like Tom Cruise on this picture

  • james

    shit movie by a shit hack director. his star trek remakes are dreck and abysmal. There are only 10 Star Trek movies-

    Star Trek – The Motion Picture
    Star Trek II – The Wrath Of Khan
    Star Trek III – The Search For Spock
    Star Trek IV – The Voyage Home
    Star Trek V – The Final Frontier
    Star Trek VI – The Undiscovered Country
    Star Trek – Generations
    Star Trek – First Contact
    Star Trek – Insurrection
    Star Trek – Nemesis

    Also, there are 5 LIVE action Star Trek Series and one Animated Series

    Star Trek – The Original Series
    Star Trek – The Animated Series
    Star Trek – The Next Generation
    Star Trek – Deep Space Nine
    Star Trek – Voyager
    Star Trek – Enterprise

    The crap by JJ is not official and are remakes and do not resemble star trek at all.

    His star wars crap WILL NOT BE STAR WARS EITHER!

    •‎ tarek


      Star trek Nemesis was such terrible movie. I am so sorry for tom hardy

    • Saltonstall

      Yeah, I don’t know if I’d say that the TNG movies, Voyager, or Enterprise are really worthy of the Star Trek name either. Voyager was dull and its captain broke the Prime Directive every other episode, and Enterprise didn’t redeem itself until its final season. Abrams’ stuff is considerably more exciting and character oriented than Generations, Insurrection or Nemesis. Do Trek 09 and Into Darkness match Star Trek II or VI? Probably not. But half of Star Trek is dreck as it is, so Abrams’ movies are in some ways an improvement.

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