SR Geek Picks: ‘Star Trek Into Darkness’ Deleted Scene, Best Vietnam War Movies & More

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Welcome to Screen Rant’s “Geek Picks,” where we collect the finest movie-related geekery from around the Web. Today you’ll find a deleted shower scene from Into Darkness; a super leather jacket; the best Vietnam war movies; comic con 101; the fastest and funniest LEGO Star Wars story ever told; and a mini Friends reunion. All that and more on this edition of SR’s Geek Picks!

If you have any Geek Picks of your own, please send them to srgeekpicks(at)gmail(dot)com and you may be featured on a future post!

Star Trek vs. IKEA – Star Trek Into Darkness

The cast of Star Trek Into Darkness tests their knowledge of Star Trek characters vs. IKEA furniture.

Benedict Cumberbatch Deleted Shower Scene From Star Trek Into Darkness Scene

CONAN Highlight: To answer charges of sexism in Star Trek, J.J. Abrams shows a cut scene of Benedict Cumberbatch showering. More CONAN @

Ellen Reunites Some of Her Friends

To get ready for her big co-hosting gig with Ellen, Jennifer Aniston visited her friend Matthew Perry to get some advice. What happened after that, you’ll have to see to believe.

Superman Man of Steel Leather Jacket

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Glitz up your fashion sense with our new fashion collection named “Superman Man of Steel Jacket” originated from the Hollywood’s upcoming movie Man of Steel worn by Henry Cavill as “Clark Kent/Superman”. This Clark Kent Jacket is prepared up from the best quality synthetic leather, ensures class and perfection in your appearance.

This Superman Jacket covers the splendid element of stand up collar with ‘S’ symbol design at the front and YKK zipper closing gives you edge of precision in your personality. Two side pockets at the waist length with elegant zipper cuffs adds up sparkling attention in your emergence amongst the others.

Bullitt (Fast and Furious Recut)

What if the 1968 Steve McQueen classic Bullitt had been marketed just like today’s Fast and Furious franchise? All copyrighted materials belong to their respective holders. For those asking about the soundtrack: Drop Out (Kryder x Nicky Romero & Zedd x Dada Life x Dirty South)


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  1. Okay so Cumberbatch actually packed on a bit of muscle for ST:ID and the Bullit/FF mash-up rocks, I love Bullit and that just worked lol

  2. Why are youtube allowing uploaders to restrict videos from being seen in other countries?

    Not the fault of you guys here but annoying all the same.

  3. I thought the point of that little scene with Kirk and Dr. Marcus was to the lay the way for their future relationship. It is a movie at the end of the day, the part of the scene where she undresses was really quick and was quite funny. Don’t get me wrong I am all for equality between the sexes, it shouldn’t even need to be debated that there should be equality. It really was not out of place during the film I didn’t think. Anyway, Alice Eve who plays the character is very smart and switched on and I’m sure she would have said something if she felt it was out of place.

  4. As a woman in my opinion Dr Marcus had the upper hand in the scene where she strips as Kirk did not know where to look. It added to the story of the two of them as well as has been said. Plus like JJ said it balances out Kirk and also Cumberbatch being half naked (if the scene were in the film)…