Anne Heche’s Lifetime movie still set to premiere next month as star remains in critical condition

Anne Heche’s Lifetime movie still set to premiere next month as the actress remains in extreme critical condition

  • Anne Heche’s upcoming Lifetime movie, Girl in Room 13, is still scheduled to air next month as she remains in a coma after her fiery car crash in LA last Friday
  • On Thursday, the 53-year-old actress’ rep told People that she ‘is not expected to survive’ after sustaining a catastrophic brain injury from
  • Elisabeth Rohm, who served as the director of Girl in Room 13, told ET that she ‘is devastated’ and ‘praying for her and the victims of this horrible tragedy’
  • Last week, the performer lost control of her because as it careened into a home, and ignited a fire that badly burned her and in ‘extreme critical condition’
  • It reportedly took 59 firefighters 65 minutes to ‘access, confine and fully extinguish the stubborn flames’ that were caused by Heche’s crash

Anne Heche’s upcoming Lifetime movie, Girl in Room 13, is still scheduled to air next month as she remains in a coma after her fiery car crash in Los Angeles last Friday.

Following news that the 53-year-old actress’ rep told People that she ‘is not expected to survive’ after sustaining a catastrophic brain injury from, Lifetime’s executive VP and head of programming Amy Winter shared an update about Heche’s film.

‘As many of you know, Anne remains in critical condition and all of us here at Lifetime are deeply concerned for her and everyone affected,’ she said at the TCA press tour. ‘This project is important to Anne, along with each and every one of us.’

Coming soon: Anne Heche’s upcoming Lifetime movie, Girl in Room 13, is still scheduled to air next month as she remains in a coma after her fiery car crash in Los Angeles last Friday; seen in 2021

Winter continued: ‘We all sought to make a film that would bring attention to this appealing issue of human sex trafficking.’

Elisabeth Rohm, who served as the director of Girl in Room 13, told ET that she and ‘everybody’ at Lifetime ‘is devastated’ and ‘praying for her and the victims of this horrible tragedy.’

‘I know that Anne really was passionate about this film. She gave it everything that she had, she brought a phenomenal performance and strength to this project and she was really committed to stopping violence against women. We wish she was here with us, and all I can say is that we’re just praying for her recovery,’ Rohm concluded.

Next month: Following news that the 53-year-old actress' rep told People that she 'is not expected to survive' after sustaining a catastrophic brain injury from, Lifetime┬┐s executive VP and head of programming Amy Winter shared an update about Heche's film

Next month: Following news that the 53-year-old actress’ rep told People that she ‘is not expected to survive’ after sustaining a catastrophic brain injury from, Lifetime’s executive VP and head of programming Amy Winter shared an update about Heche’s film

Last week, the actress lost control of her because as it careened into a home, and ignited a fire that badly burned her, leaving her in ‘extreme critical condition.’

It reportedly took 59 firefighters 65 minutes to ‘access, confine and fully extinguish the stubborn flames’ that were caused by Heche’s crash.

‘She will be in a coma for a long time and there are fears she could die because her lungs don’t work on their own,’ an anonymous source told DailyMail.com.

Heche was filmed being saved from the horrific scene by firefighters, wrapped up in a white towel from to presumably prevent infections to her severe burns, before ripping the towels off her as they load her into the ambulance.

'As many of you know, Anne remains in critical condition and all of us here at Lifetime are deeply concerned for her and everyone affected,' she said at the TCA press tour.  'This project is important to Anne, along with each and every one of us'

‘As many of you know, Anne remains in critical condition and all of us here at Lifetime are deeply concerned for her and everyone affected,’ she said at the TCA press tour. ‘This project is important to Anne, along with each and every one of us’

LAPD are treating the horrific crash as a potential felony, due to the injuries inflicted on the woman inside the home, Lynne Mishele, and sources told TMZ that the actress was under the influence of cocaine.

It’s unclear what the extent of Mishele’s injuries are.

Heche ‘has a significant pulmonary injury requiring mechanical ventilation and burns that require surgical intervention,’ according to her rep.

‘She is in a coma and has not regained consciousness since shortly after the accident,’ they added.

Heche is being treated at the Grossman Burn Unit – founded by the father of Dr Peter Grossman, according to Showbiz411.

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