Alice Eve knows aliens, or at least she does in her movies. The British actress has dealt with the topic of extra-terrestrial life quite a bit, as she's appeared in both "Star Trek Into Darkness" and "Men In Black 3," which is fitting since she believes we're not alone.
During a recent appearance on "Jimmy Kimmel Live," the 31-year-old spoke of a Skype chat she took part in alongside "Star Trek" director J.J. Abrams and co-stars Chris Pine and John Cho, as well as the astronauts aboard the International Space Station. The actress told Kimmel it was a fascinating experience, but she isn't convinced that NASA has been honest with the public about the existence of alien life.
"That was definitely the coolest thing we've done. I mean, we've shared the movie with countries around the world, but we got to Skype ... with the guy in a space station. And he was turning around in the air when we were talking to him and when he would talk, he would suddenly let go of his mic and it would just stay there. It was a very weird experience," she told Kimmel.
Though Eve enjoyed the Skype chat, she said she grew suspicious after Abrams said he once spoke to an astronaut who claimed to have seen forms or shapes that made him believe in alien life. She said she was irked by the seemingly canned answers given when Abrams asked if the space station astronauts had ever seen alien life.
"And the response that the guys at the NASA base gave us was so rehearsed and so clear that they had seen [aliens]," she told Kimmel, before joking that she was going to "get abducted" for saying that.
Of course, Eve isn't the only star to believe in aliens. During a panel discussion for "Oblivion" in Moscow this past April, Tom Cruise also admitted he doubts we're the only lifeforms out there.
“I don’t think you can actually count it out," he said of the question of whether life on other planets exists. "It might be a little arrogant to think we were the only ones in all the galaxies throughout the universe -- but I’ve never met one!”