The Super 8 filmmaker told MTV that the alien race will have a role in the upcoming sequel in an "adversarial" role.
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"We had shot some stuff that had Klingons in [our first Star Trek film], and we cut the scene," he said. "It's a deleted scene on the DVD. But they're back in this one."
Benedict Cumberbatch joins the cast as a villain referred to as John Harrison, while Alice Eve will debut as Starfleet scientist Carol Marcus. Noel Clarke and Peter Weller are among the other new additions to the cast.
Behind-the-scenes footage from the movie was recently released »
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