Star Trek Into Darkness Deleted Scene - The Harewoods
I spent the entirety of my first watching of STID desperately concocting different theories than the “Benedict Cumberbatch is not so secretly Khan” inevitable outcome. I came up with this:
Lucille Harewood has a little-understood genetic disorder. The doctors know that she inherited the mutation from her mother’s side, but despite the Federation’s significant advances in medical technology, it’s not well understood. Then John Harrison shows up, pops some blood into her future-space IV, and bam. She’s cured.
That’s when John Harrison kidnaps her.
The rest of the movie becomes a high-speed chase as the Enterprise seeks to rescue the young Ms. Harewood from Harrison. Meanwhile, Harrison (whose name is really John Harrison) shows the little girl all the abuses her father committed under Starfleet’s name. He tells her horror stories about the Federation’s past. And then, when she’s ready, he tells her about the Botany Bay.
Harrison was a member of the crew of Botany Bay, and the first one to awaken from cryogenics. Thirteen canisters had failed during their long sleep, including the one of their fearless leader. But Harrison’s directions are clear. A few more generations have passed than originally planned for, but no matter. Genetics reign among the Augmented; a leader must be born from leaders.
Their history lesson is interrupted by the arrival of the Enterprise. A great battle ensues, people die. We can have a radiation scene if we want to, why not. But two important things happen: John Harrison dies, and Lucille is taken aboard the Enterprise.
Everyone is congratulating each other, cue the celebratory music. The Enterprise is on her way home to have Lucille reunited with her mother. Kirk and Lucille are sharing a quiet moment. ”It was a pleasure to meet you, Ms. Harewood.”
"Harewood is my father’s name," she says. “That’s not my name, not any more.”
"Oh?" Kirk asks.
Close up of her face. ”My name is Khan.”
Cut to black.
Numen/ For Use - For Use used thick transparent sticky tape to create an interactive installation. By stretching, sticking and wrapping thick layers of tape around grounded pillars, beams, trees or whatever standing objects exist in the chosen space Numen/ For Use create a web of tendon tunnels and spaces that can be accessed and crawled through, strong enough to carry human weight. From afar the installation appears like an interwoven structure of bending elastic pipes.
i thought this was spiderweb and i was HORRIFIED
If you see something like this, DO NOT CALL AN EXTERMINATOR!
Call a beekeeper, they can relocate the hive instead of killing them. Bees are dying at an alarming rate, please do not contribute to that! They are so important for our ecosystem!
yo fuck this i aint gonna call no beekeeper i’m moving before i’m dead
I’m going to call an exterminator so the exterminator can kill them. I’ll be able to sleep at night knowing that there are less bees in the world.
No bees = no food.
No food = no life.
Congratulations on destroying the world.
Because you seem to not understand that bees pollinate flowers and literally bees are the reason we have food.
Did you guys even watch bee movie
you really really must call a bee keeper!
My family’s house had it’s entire attic taken over by bees one year. They slowly started appearing in the house, and then they were everywhere. We called a bee keeper, and he removed what he said was the largest domestic honeycomb/bee nest he’d ever seen. I was so terrified I’d gone to stay with a friend. My folks called me to meet the bee keeper, and he led me on the most magical journey through the house. He explained the bees were harmless if you move calmly through them and don’t swat at or harass them. He was only stung once because he accidentally put his hand down and smooshed one. The bees landed on me, walked a bit, then buzzed away. All honey combs and bees were safely removed and relocated. Call a bee keeper, they are awesome!