After inking a two-year deal with Sin City in July, Harper made her official debut with "Dream Team," a roman a clef that revolved around an adult entertainment talent agency and her own life experiences as an adult actress.
According to a spokesperson for Harper, the second film in the series is a departure from Harper's life story and instead takes on a fictional flare that involves kidnapping, murder and sex with a member of the clergy.
Harper referred to the second "Dream Team" installment as having a much "darker and more sinister" feel to it.
The film will be shot by François Clousot, who was the cameraman for the first installment, and will star Harper herself, a former bar maid and receptionist for a hotel in London before she began her U.S. porn career in 2001.
"I wanted to do something more dramatic this time around," said Harper. "I really poured my best efforts into the script and I can't wait to see it spring to life."
Harper was formally a contract star with Legend before signing with Sin City. She has appeared in numerous titles including Dementia and Ablaze. She was recently named one of the most popular stars in adult by Genesis magazine, which scored her in the top 10 in its “Porn Hot 100” survey. Other superstars making the top 10 were Tera Patrick, Jenna Jameson and Carmen Luvana.
"Based on what I saw from her first show, I am very confident that this second installment will be a great hit," said Sin City General Manager Scott Justice. "Hannah seems to have a natural eye for directing hot sex scenes and a gift for creating compelling narratives."
In a past interview, Harper said that when she is done with her career in porn, she plans to go back to school and get a bachelors degree in theater or media theory.