Zoë Kravitz is set to shock her crowd with her forthcoming thrill ride "Pussy Island," and she's glad that she didn't change the intriguing name.

The "Batman" star, 33, is making her first time at the helm with the film and co-composed the screenplay with E.T. Feigenbaum.

The film depends on stories Kravitz has caught wind of rich men carrying ladies to far off islands for wild evenings.

"The title came from that world. The title is the seed of the story," Kravitz told WSJ Magazine. 

"It addresses this time where it would be satisfactory for a gathering of men to call a spot that, and the deception that we're out of that time now."

The story follows Slater King (played by Channing Tatum), a tech leader who welcomes a mixed drink server named Frida (Naomi Ackie) to his confidential island for some disastrous tomfoolery.

The "X-Men: First Class" alum said she had written the content before the #MeToo development emerged.

Nonetheless, she made sense of the story acquired drive since it was "conceived out of" something very similar "outrage and disappointment around the absence of discussion about the treatment of ladies,

explicitly in enterprises that have huge load of cash in them, similar to Hollywood, the tech world, all of that."

Kravitz also touched upon her relationship with Tatum, 42, and what it was like to direct him in “Pussy Island.