Hustler Preps 'Star Trek' Spoof, Lands on TMZ

Bob Preston
HOLLYWOOD, Calif. — As the adult industry continues its march through the entire catalog of classic TV, Hustler's "Star Trek" project has attracted some mainstream attention with an on-set mishap.

The project follows in the footsteps of Hustler's other spoofs, including "This Ain't The Munsters XXX" and "This Ain't The Partridge Family XXX," except this time, Hustler has been able to cash in on the hoopla surrounding Gene Roddenberry's venerable franchise due to J.J. Abrams' cinematic reboot, set to hit theaters May 8.

Their new project stars a newly shorn Evan Stone as Capt. Kirk, along with Tony DeSergio as Spock, Cheyne Collins as Dr. McCoy and Nick Manning as Khan.

Also included in the cast is a lesser-known role from the original series, Nurse Chapel. Roddenberry's eventual wife, Majel Barrett, originated the role, but her adult counterpart will be played by Codi Carmichael, who joined forces with a shaky set to land a spot on leading gossip mecca

The video shows Carmichael practicing her blocking against a replica of one of the famous sliding doors from "Star Trek."

Unfortunately, the door gave way, and Carmichael crashed to the floor on the opposite side. She was unhurt, prompting a crew member to ask, "Do we have this for the [behind the scenes]? That's all I need to know."

Axel Braun handles directing duties for the new title, which is due to hit stores on May 12. LFP Director of Video Operations Jeff Thill drew on his lifelong TV fandom to help bring the project to life.

"Growing up as a kid in the '60s, I never dreamed I'd have the opportunity to see my favorite TV show convincingly recreated and taken to the next level," he said. "We all suspected what Captain Kirk was secretly up to. Now we know."