Secrets Of Hustler's Star Trek XXX Movie

What exactly is Khan Noonien Singh doing in Hustler's new Star Trek porn movie? And what role does Sasha Grey play? We talked to screenwriter Roger Krypton. Plus an exclusive work-safe clip and pics.

It sounds as though This Ain't Star Trek XXX will follow the storyline of "Space Seed," the classic episode which introduced Ricardo Montalban's Khan. At least somewhat. (Since there have already been porno recreations of "Charley X," "The Man Trap" and "Where No Man Has Gone Before," this isn't quite so surprising. Link is NSFW.)

The Enterprise finds a ship that's been floating in space for 200 years, and on board is Khan, in suspended animation. But with him are two sexy alien women — for obvious reasons. And judging from the photo up top, Lieutenant Marla McGivers plays a big role in the story as well, as the woman whom Khan tries to seduce. Khan, coming from an earlier time, is more barbaric, more macho and more "bare-chested" than the civilized Kirk, and he decides to try and take over the Enterprise.

And this is where the story diverges from "Space Seed" considerably.

According to Krypton, "Khan's method of trying to take over the ship leads to the crewmembers having to engage in sexual situations against their will." He wouldn't go into details about this, but check out this work-safe clip of something weird happening to Kirk's eyes:

Perhaps as a result of Khan's machinations, Dr. Leonard "Bones" McCoy is forced to have sex with Nurse Christine Chapel, or they'll both die. "They have a reason where they pretty much have to have sex, it's a life or death situation," explains Krypton. (Sadly, Spock doesn't hook up with Chapel, despite all of the longing glances she gave him throughout the series.) And the film climaxes (so to speak) with a threesome on the Bridge of the Enterprise, between Kirk, Spock and Uhura. Take that, "Plato's Stepchildren!"

Krypton, obviously a huge Trek nerd, insists that even though Hustler's porn spoof is over the top and silly, it respects the original show, and tries to convey how these characters would really act in this situation. After all, the original show was quite campy at times, so it's not that much of a leap. But the movie goes to some lengths to be true to the characters and their history, says Krypton.

There are no green women in the movie, because "putting someone in full body paint is a nightmare in a adult porn video," says Krypton. It's almost impossible to avoid having the body paint rub off on the other actor during a sex scene, and there are certain body parts that people might not want to paint green. Hustler did have a green woman in its Munsters porno spoof, and they solved the problem of paint rubbing off on the costar by color-correcting the image afterwards. (The color-correction gave the scene a cartoony look, which worked better for the Munsters than for Star Trek.)

Secrets Of Hustler's Star Trek XXX Movie

Secrets Of Hustler's Star Trek XXX Movie

Secrets Of Hustler's Star Trek XXX Movie

But as we mentioned, there will be two alien babes. One, played by Jenna Hayes, is human-looking apart from her slinky Barbarella-esque outfit. The other is a Vulcan, played by Steven Soderbergh actress Sasha Grey. Grey's character is struck with a "rare form" of Pon Farr, the Vulcan mating drive, and has to have sex with Captain Kirk in the Transporter Room — she just has to. And for Kirk, this is an opportunity to work out his issues with Vulcans after years of being frustrated with Mr. Spock. He can finally have sex with a Vulcan, but he finds that his frustrations with Vulcan logic persist even during their hookup.

Oh, and Mr. Spock doesn't have green sperm in this film, unlike in some of the other porn films.

But the answer to the question you're most anxiously asking — does Kirk look up and scream "Khaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaan!" during this film — is yes. He does. And Khan also yells "Kiiiiiiiiirk!" back. By the way, Evan Stone, who plays Kirk, doesn't consciously do a William Shatner impression. But Stone, according to Krypton, already sounds like Shatner most of the time. He has a "cadence and a dramatic flair" that are quite Shatner-esque. He may ramp it up a bit for this film, but he doesn't need much to seem Shatnerian.

Krypton is very proud of the high production values in this Trek spoof, which he says stand "head and shoulders" above what's been done before. (You can see for yourself, with the pics and clip above.) Hustler spent a lot of money on the sets and costumes, trying to make it look as cool as possible, as well as "colorful and fun." The movie comes out in May, to coincide with the release of J.J. Abrams less-orgiastic Star Trek. Find out more at Hustler World.