Malin Akerman fears her long-delayed Linda Lovelace biopic will never be made.
The movie beauty, who bared all in Watchmen, replaced Lindsay Lohan as the adult actress-turned-anti-porn advocate in Inferno: A Linda Lovelace Story last year. The film was finally set to begin shooting last month, but it has been pushed back once more.
And, with a rival biopic starring Amanda Seyfried scheduled to be released later this year, Akerman is beginning to have doubts that the production will ever go ahead.
She told The Hollywood Reporter: "I don't know if that's even going to go. Last I heard, which was just before Christmas, we were supposed to start shooting in March, and now it's April.
"It's been one of those doomed films that I absolutely love and totally believe in. I love the script, I think it's such a well-written script about the behind-the-scenes of a battered woman.
"But now this other movie is coming on that Amanda Seyfried did, and I kind of feel like, 'S**t, we should have been on that, we should have done it'."