Alice Eve posing on fashionable Ermanno Scervino’s suede dress

On the occasion of the film Star Trek Into the Darkness premiere in London, the British actress Alice Eve wore a dress designed by Ermanno Scervino. The dress is part of the pre-collection autumn – winter 2013-2014 and highlights the beauty of the actress, who has starred in many television productions, from film and TV Hawking.

For the promotion of the film, Alice Sophia Eve was posing on the elegant suede dress Made in Italy, designed by Eramanno Scervinno. Located in London for the premiere of Star Trek into Darkness British actress posed on beautiful dress by Italian designer Ermanno Scervino for the pre-collection Fall-Winter 2013/2014.

Alice Eve on beautiful dress by Ermanno Scervino

The dress is part of the pre-collection autumn – winter 2013-2014 and highlights the beauty of the actress, who has starred in many television productions, from film TV Hawking and The Rotters’ Club, up to Stage Beauty.

Star Trek Into the Darkness is a science fiction film directed by JJ Abrams, is the twelfth film in the Star Trek film series and is the sequel to the 2009 film.

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The director Into Darkness – Star Trek commented is the controversial scene of Dr. Carol is the one cut featuring the villain John Harrison

Into Darkness – Star Trek  debuted in theaters this past weekend, knocking Iron Man 3 from the summit, and has since been making itself heard not only for the quality of the film, but also for the controversial scene in which Alice Eve, aka Carol Marcus, is shown in dishabille.

Following complaints of sexism, writer Damon Lindelof has admitted that the recovery in question was superfluous and nudity free. Today it is up to JJ Abrams say the mea culpa: “I’m sorry that some people have interpreted that scene differently. For me it was just to counterbalance the scene where Chris (Pine, the interpreter of Captain Kirk) is shown bare-chested” he said during an interview with the TV program Conan.  In support of his argument, the director has made ​​reference also the scene later cut when the villain John Harrison, played by Benedict Cumberbatch while he was taking a shower. In the short movie the villain is in fact shown bare-chested … so according to the reasoning of JJ Abrams, who will serve another scene of the female nude to balance those of Chris Pine and Benedict Cumberbatch?

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