His identity won't be revealed in the film either.
The end credits list him only as "Villain".
If Abrams had done TWOK, it would've been "Star Trek II: The Wrath of --".
Honestly, the secrecy is weird, but I guess that's J.J.' way.
Still, how can knowledge of who the villain is spoil the movie? Is who he is that
big of a reveal?
There can be diminishing returns on carrying the secret too far, too. Frankly, if it comes out it's Khan or Mitchell, I think the first reaction of most folks (even those positive towards the movie) is going to be, "You waited this long to tell us that?"
Heck, I'll be one of the first in line to see it around here even if the Cumberbatch is playing Harry Mudd.