- The studio has released a clip from the final film Anne Heche worked on before her death.
- In the murder mystery What Remains, Heche plays a local sheriff.
- Heche died in August following a fiery car crash.
The studio released a clip of the final film Anne Heche worked on before her death.
In August, Heche was in critical condition and slipped into a coma after a car accident that caused a fiery explosion. Nine days after the accident, she was taken off life support and declared legally died.
According to Deadline - who released the exclusive clip - the murder mystery What Remains follows a recently paroled convict (Kellan Lutz) who returns to the small town where he murdered the wife of the local pastor (Cress Williams), who is forced to reconcile his pain and anger with forgiveness. The local sheriff (Heche) simultaneously investigates another mysterious homicide that may be related.
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The film, directed by Nathan Scoggins, had a world premiere at the Austin Film Festival in October and will be released in cinemas in the US and digitally by independent film studio Gravitas Ventures.
Scoggins said, per Variety: "As the last feature film Anne Heche completed before she died, I felt a particular commitment to the best release strategy to honour her legacy, as well as the extraordinary work by Cress Williams and Kellan Lutz."
"Gravitas has really stepped up to the plate; I can't wait for audiences to experience the film on the big screen," he added.
Other upcoming projects still to be released featuring Heche include the film Supercell with Alec Baldwin and Skeet Ulrich and the HBO series The Idol, according to Deadline. Production on What Remains wrapped in October 2021.