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Star Trek Into Darkness' Alice Eve Thinks NASA Is Hiding Aliens!

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Alice Eve believes we're not alone.

The Star Trek Into Darkness actress paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live and revealed that she is ABSOLUTELY positive that their are other life forms besides us simple earthlings.

However, the Oxford University graduate wasn't entirely sure about her conspiracy theory until a VERY peculiar chat with NASA.

Perhaps her role in sci-fi Men In Black 3 with her extra-terrestrial?? Those special effects were OTHERWORLDLY! LOLz!!!

What could NASA possibly have spilled to the blonde bombshell???!

Ch-ch-check out the inneresting interview (above)!!

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4 comments to “Star Trek Into Darkness' Alice Eve Thinks NASA Is Hiding Aliens!”

  1. ashlay says – reply to this


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    Some people shouldn't talk. All they say is stupid.
    Aliens might exist, but why they should visit here is beyond me.
    And the trip can't virtually be realised without going faster than light… which is proven to be impossible.



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    Was Jesus a space alien? Am I one, for that matter? Are you? Probably not, but according to this appropriately spacey jazz fusion song, anything is possible.

  4. responding to idiot says – reply to this


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    Re: overthere – Like you, You sound stupid, First of all nothing is impossible, just inconceivable for a small mind like yours, you say this as if you are able to prove it different one way or the other. You are an idiot with a closed mind, that are speaking on things you no nothing about, it could be true, it could be false, but you do no know one way or the other as fact.