Last Brittany Murphy film set for release

Last Brittany Murphy film set for release

Brittany Murphy's last film has been finished three years after the actress’s death.

The 'Clueless' star had completed her work on 'Something Wicked' before she died in 2009 – of a combination of pneumonia, anaemia and prescription medications – but production was delayed as a result of her death.

However, according to USA Today, Merchant Films has announced that post-production on the psychological thriller was completed this week.

Producer and screenwriter Joe Colleran said the late actress “pulled off one of the spookiest scenes in the movie”.

Murphy was found dead in her Hollywood home on December 20, 2009. She was 32 when she died.

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