Noel Clarke is unsure whether he will make it into 'Star Trek Into The Darkness'.

The 'Doctor Who' actor joined the cast of the upcoming famous sci-fi sequel earlier this year but wasn't given a character name, so it has left him uncertain about whether he is going to appear in the sequel to the 2009 movie.

Speaking on 'BBC Breakfast', he said: ''As far as I'm aware I'm still in the movie.''

Noel's concerns come from missing out on previous Hollywood blockbusters in the past, adding: ''You go out there and do a big film, you don't know what they're gonna cut.''

One of the films he was removed from was 'Ghost Rider 2', and admitted that he was ''probably better off with that one''.

'Star Trek Into the Darkness' sees Zachary Quinto return as Spock and Chris Pine as Captain Kirk - with a new rumoured addition in the form of 'Sherlock' star Benedict Cumberbatch as Khan.

The film finished shooting this July and is scheduled for release worldwide on May 17, 2013.