In a security move more sad than it is surprising, the man who plays the lead hijacker in United 93 has been told by the American embassy in London that he probably will not be allowed into the US in order to attend the film's Tribeca premiere next week. The actor, Lewis Alsamari, deserted from the Iraqi army in 1993, fled to Jordan, and then was granted asylum in England, where he has established a successful acting career; he is still an Iraqi citizen, which he suspects is part of the reason the US is wary of allowing him into the country. However, Alsamari, who says he still has not seen the final cut of United 93, is still hopeful -- since he was granted permission to travel to the US for filming only the day production on the film began, he believes the embassy may relent at the last minute and again allow him to enter the country.