The flick community is waking up to the shocking news of Tony Scott’s tragic death.
Some filmmakers reacted on their Twitter accounts–Ron Howard wrote “No more Tony Scott movies.
Tragic day”–and there will likely be reactions from Guilds and from stars, directors, producers and studios that Scott worked with during his long career.
Deadline will bring them to you as they come in.
There are speculative reports about Scott’s death and I’m just not biting until I can confirm them.
Tony’s brother Ridley left the set of The Counselor, the flick he’s directing.
It has been shut down for at least a week, so he could travel from London to Hollywood and handle his brother’s affairs.
I will have answers soon and will convey them when I’m sure.
Here are some of the tributes so far:* Denzel Washington, who made the spectacular Man on Fire with Scott as well as Crimson Tide, Deja Vu, The Taking of Pelham 123 and Unstoppable, has just released a statement on the late director: “Tony Scott was a great director, a genuine friend and it is unfathomable to think that he is now gone.
He had a tremendous passion for life and for the art of filmmaking and was able to share this passion with all of us through his cinematic brilliance.
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