Anna Nicole Smith's Film Finale Debuts In April


Anna Nicole Smith's film finale a campy B-grade movie called "Illegal Aliens" she helped bankroll was supposed to be a comedy. Whether it will be received that way now is unclear, though, says director David Giancola, who canceled three screenings in the wake of her death.

"I don't think it's appropriate, based on the content of the film, to be screening it at this time," he said Friday. "We don't know what happened to Anna. The press speculation is endless. We didn't think people would find it funny. It's a comedy and it's her making fun of her public persona. So much of it is riffing on Anna and her riffing on herself, I just don't think, with her passing, it's appropriate to screen it so quickly after her death."

Smith, 39, was found unconscious Thursday in a Hollywood, Fla., casino-hotel and declared dead later. An autopsy was performed Friday.

The former Playboy playmate, whose previous screen credits include "The Hudsucker Proxy" and "Naked Gun 33 1/3," filmed her last movie in Vermont in 2005.

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