Malin Akerman's 'Inferno' Has 'No Porn,' Is 'Very Dark'

Demi Moore's exit from "Lovelace" has given a lot of attention to the currently filming biopic of the "Deep Throat" star. But there are more than one Linda Lovelace films in development at the moment. There's also the Malin Akerman starring "Inferno" to consider -- though much like the fiery title, Akerman believes it's time to light a "fire under" the project, or walk away entirely.

"Either we have to do it now, or we have to let it go," she told MTV News at the Sundance Film Festival. "That's one of the potentials that might be happening within the next month or two. We'll see."

Akerman thinks that both "Inferno" and "Lovelace" can coexist, however, due to tremendous differences between the movies.

"They're very different films, even though they're about the same [person]," she said. "They're adapted very, very differently. We've had the privilege of seeing the other film, and it's beautifully written, but it's really different from the one we're doing. It'll be two different versions of her life story."

Different in what ways, you ask? Take it from Akerman: "It's very dark. It would be delving into some dark, dark places. It's very much about an abused woman and what life is like being in that situation."

Another important thing to note: "I'm not making a porn, I promise. No porn. You can go to the XXX stores for those."

"Of course it's a little bit daunting when you have somebody out there already doing [a similar movie], but at the same time, it becomes more of a challenge. It's exciting," Akerman said of the "Inferno" process. "This will be a bit darker, and crazy, but beautifully written. I really do hope we have the opportunity to do it."

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