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Tony Scott Suicide Note: No Motive for Death

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Dakota Fanning Remembers 'Man on Fire' Director Tony Scott

Dakota Fanning starts her morning with a workout at the gym on Monday (August 20) in North Hollywood, Calif.

The 18-year-old actress recently released a statement following the tragic death of director Tony Scott, who she worked with on Man on Fire in 2003. Check out pics of them on set in the gallery.

“It is difficult to find the right words to express the sadness I feel,” Dakota said (via E! News). “I had the privilege of working with Tony on the film Man on Fire and that experience helped to shape the actor and person I am today. Tony was a visionary with an adventurous spirit and a huge heart. Thank you, Tony. I will never forget your kindness to me and I will always cherish our memories together. My thoughts and prayers are with his family, especially his wife Donna and their two sons.”

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Tom Cruise Reacts to Director Tony Scott's Death

Tom Cruise looks somber after leaving Madeo restaurant following the news of director Tony Scott‘s death on Sunday (August 19) in Los Angeles.

The 50-year-old actor worked with the director on the 1986 film Top Gun and the 1990 film Days of Thunder with his then love Nicole Kidman.

Tony was my dear friend and I will really miss him. He was a creative visionary whose mark on film is immeasurable. My deepest sorrow and thoughts are with his family at this time,” Tom said in a statement to E! News.

“I’m so so sad. I loved Tony and he was always so good to me. He will be deeply missed by so many of us that knew him,” Nicole said.

Tony passed away after committing suicide by jumping off the Vincent Thomas Bridge in Los Angeles. He was reportedly recently diagnosed with inoperable brain cancer.

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Director Tony Scott Had Inoperable Brain Cancer

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Celebs React to Tony Scott's Death

The death of famed director Tony Scott has set off an outpouring of emotional and stunned reactions in the Hollywood community.

The 68-year-old director (and the younger brother of fellow director Ridley Scott), who reportedly died after jumping to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge on Sunday (August 19), is receiving a huge amount of love from fellow directors, actors, students, and admirers.

Tony had directed such films as Top Gun, Days of Thunder, Spy Game, Man on Fire, The Taking of Pelham 123, and most recently, Unstoppable.

Click inside to read what celebs had to say about Tony‘s passing… More Here! »

Director Tony Scott Commits Suicide, Jumps From Bridge

Famed director Tony Scott has died after jumping to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge on Sunday (August 19) in San Pedro, Calif.

The 68-year-old director (and the younger brother of fellow director Ridley Scott) jumped from the bridge at around 12:30pm and left a suicide note in his car, which was parked on one of the eastbound lanes of the bridge, according to TMZ.

Tony had directed such films as Top Gun, Days of Thunder, Spy Game, Man on Fire, The Taking of Pelham 123, and most recently, Unstoppable. He was also slated to direct a sequel to Top Gun.

We send our condolences to Tony‘s family and friends at this difficult time.

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