Tony Scott - Tony Scott Death: Hollywood Mourns A True Pioneer Of Modern Cinema20 August 2012
Tony Scott Death: Hollywood Mourns A True Pioneer Of Modern Cinema
Robert Rodriguez was another director to add his name to the mourners, writing "Tony Scott. Damn. Great knowing you, buddy. Thanks for the inspiration, advice, encouragement, and the decades of great entertainment." Elsewhere, BAFTA chairman Tim Corrie said "He was a true pioneer. A great film-maker and a wonderful human being. He will be sorely missed by people all over the world. History will probably always link him with his brother which considering their lifelong partnership is right ... but Tony had his own style and will stand tall in the history of British film-makers."
Scott, whose film credits also include 'The Hunger', 'Enemy Of The State', 'Beverly Hills Cop II' and 'Crimson Tide' among others, jumped off a bridge in the San Pedro district of Los Angeles late last night. He was 68.
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