ROLL CALL: Benedict Cumberbatch's Star Trek Into Darkness Shower Scene Revealed!

Benedict Cumberbatch seen in 'Star Trek Into Darkness' Benedict Cumberbatch seen in 'Star Trek Into Darkness'

Your Daily Dispatch of Celebrity Shenanigans

Eve, Pine & Now Cumberbatch!: The “Star Trek Into Darkness” flesh fest continues! First, the film raised eyebrows with what some are calling a gratuitous underwear scene with Alice Eve. Damon Lindelof, the sci-fi sequel’s co-writer and producer, apologized for the scene, but also pointed out that Chris Pine does his fair share semi-naked work in the film. Last night on “Conan,” director J.J. Abrams showed fans a deleted shower scene with Benedict Cumberbatch, who stars as the film’s villain. Conan, naturally, added an alternate score to make it sexier!

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Get Morgan A Venti!: Now he’s awake, now he’s nodding off! “Now You See Me” star Morgan Freeman apparently had trouble staying awake during a live interview for his new film, during a video-conferencing chat with Seattle’s Fox affiliate KCPQ. See the actor apparently nod off mid-interview at the 1:30 mark. Luckily, co-star Michael Caine was on hand and completely conscious.

Amanda Bynes Tried To Use Google To Board A Plane!: TSA regulations? Reportedly not for Amanda Bynes! According to TMZ, the headline-making actress attempted to board a private jet without a proper and current government issued ID. When the pilot told her she could not fly without a valid ID, she reportedly told him to Google her and yelled, “I’m Amanda Bynes!” No word if the pilot Googled the actress (and had a good laugh), but she was reportedly told that an Internet search engine would not take the place of a proper ID.

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-- Jesse Spero

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