Dec 11 2012 11:13am

Alice Eve’s Star Trek Into Darkness Character Is Someone You’ve Heard Of

When it rains, it pours! Bleeding Cool has just revealed inside information (as yet unconfirmed) about who Alice Eve is playing in the upcoming super-hyped Star Trek Into Darkness. We might have been almost-faked-out on last night’s supposed Benedict Cumberbatch villain name reveal, but this seems a little more legit.

According to the Bleeding Cool report, Alice Eve is playing Carol Marcus. For those who don’t like watching good movies, Carol Marcus was James T. Kirk’s long lost love and the mother of his son David Marcus. In The Wrath of Khan she was played by Bibi Besch and invented the Genesis device.

There you have it! Alice Eve was many things, but she was never...a boy scout. The question is now, can she cook, or can’t she?

The article also mentions Klingons! There will be lots of Klingons.

Stubby the Rocket is the voice and mascot of Tor.com and of all people, knows the danger of re-opening old wounds.

1. Ctrl-Opt-Del
Call me suspicious, but that picture looks shopped...

Or, to put it another way... AHH! KILL IT! KILL! IT!
Rich Bennett
2. Neuralnet
I dont know I am still not sure what to believe with these clip/info releases... it could be Carol Marcus but from the time when her and kirk first met and David is conceived... pre wrath of Khan. Of course almost anything is possible in this new timeline. Got to admit though that it is looking more and more like the movie will be a new twist on the Khan story... could be interesting. But I have already seen the Khan story so many times that I kind of hoped they wouldnt go that route.
Andrew Love
4. AndyLove
Carole Marcus could be fit into the Gary Mitchell storyline - remember this from "Where No Man has Gone Before"

MITCHELL: "lf I hadn't aimed that little blonde lab technician at you..."
KIRK: (later) "I almost married her!"
Mike Conley
5. NomadUK
the Poem hastes into the midst of things; presenting Satan, with his Angels, now fallen into Hell—described here not in the Centre (for heaven and earth may be supposed as yet not made, certainly not yet accursed), but in a place of utter darkness, fitliest called Chaos.

One gets a bad feeling about things, reading Milton.

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