It has been a week since actress Anne Heche was involved in a tragic accident that critically injured her. She was declared dead on Friday, much to the dismay of fans all around the world. Her last film will also pay tribute to her.

As previously reported Anne Heche was also taken off life support. According to TMZ, Anne Heche’s death came just before the release of her final movie, and the director will pay tribute to her.

The film is “Wildfire: The Legend of The Cherokee Ghost Horse.” Director Eric Parkinson stated that he is adding an “In Memoriam” as the movie’s final shot, right before the final credits.

The director stated that the late actress was great in the movie, which started filming back in 2019 before being delayed by the pandemic, and the entire cast and crew are devastated by her death,

Anne portrays a rodeo trainer in the film and Eric stated that during negotiations to hire her for the role, her agent cautioned she was not an experienced rider, so producers decided to hire a stunt double for some barrel racing scenes. We will have to wait and see when the film will drop.

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