Scott Chooses To Ignore Domino Tragedy In Biopic
LATEST: Movie maker TONY SCOTT is refusing to re-edit his new biopic on DOMINO HARVEY after the model-turned-bounty hunter's death this week (27JUN05) - in fact he's bringing the release date of the film forward.
Harvey was found dead in the bathtub of her West Hollywood home on Monday, leaving movie industry experts convinced that the British director would reshoot scenes with his star KEIRA KNIGHTLEY to include the tragedy.
But Scott insists his film is complete and there won't be any call backs.
Instead, he and New Line studio bosses have decided to move the film's release back to original August date (05) to allow Knightley to properly promote the project during a break between shooting PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN sequels in the Caribbean.
In tribute to Harvey, Scott says, "Domino never failed to surprise or inspire me over the last 12 years. She was a free spirit like no other."30/06/2005 09:05