Celebrities React to Director Tony Scott's Suicide

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Celebrities React to Director Tony Scott's Suicide

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David Boreanaz is one of many celebrities to react to the death of Tony Scott.

Sad, sad news for movie fans: Director Tony Scott - best known for directing such classic films as "Top Gun," "True Romance" and "Man on Fire" - committed suicide on Sunday by jumping off a bridge in Southern California.

Scott, 68, jumped to his death from the Vincent Thomas Bridge around 12:30 p.m. Sunday afternoon, according to the U.S. Coast Guard. A suicide note was found in his Toyota Prius, according to reports.

His death comes as a sad blow, both to Hollywood and his fans. Dozens of his Hollywood colleagues and admirers took to Twitter late Sunday night to remember Scott and his work.

Ron Howard

"No more Tony Scott movies. Tragic day," the director tweeted.

Duncan Jones

"Just heard about Tony Scott news. Horrible... Tony was a truly lovely man who took me under his wing & ignited my passion to make films," the "Source Code" director tweeted. "Awww Tony. Wish you had felt there was a way to keep going. What a sad waste. My thoughts go out to his wife and beautiful children."

Lee Unkrich

"Shocked to hear about Tony Scott's suicide. Terrible news," the "Toy Story 3" director tweeted.

Caprice Crane

"RIP Tony Scott. The Dennis Hopper/Christopher Walken scene in True Romance was one of the most brilliant things I've ever seen," the comedian tweeted.

Peter Fonda

"Wow! Such sadness. Tony Scott, brilliant film director died. Man On Fire! Great motion picture w/Denzel Washington," the veteran actor tweeted.

Dane Cook

"Devastated by the death of Tony Scott. Just watched True Romance 1 of my top 5 fav movies ever a few nights ago. #RIP," the comedian tweeted.

Dylan McDermott

"Rest in Peace...Tony Scott," the actor tweeted.

Kat Dennings

"Tony Scott, rest in peace. How horribly sad," the "Two Broke Girls" actress tweeted.

Dominic Monaghan

"I didn't...understand what you said"--my favorite moment from Beverly Hills Cop. #tonyscott #riptonyscott," the former "Lost" actor tweeted.

Adam Shankman

"My heart stopped when I heard of the tragic death of 1 of r most inspiring directors, Tony Scott. Rest In Peace Tony. U will be missd so...," the director and choreographer tweeted.

Josh Charles

"I'm deeply shocked and saddened by the news of Tony Scott's death and my thoughts and prayers are with his family tonight," the actor tweeted. Scott was a producer on Charles' show "The Good Wife."

David Boreanaz

"Just so sad about Tony Scott. R.I.P." the "Bones" actor tweeted.

Morgan Spurlock

"RIP Tony Scott - so sad to hear this," the filmmaker tweeted.

Martha Plimpton

"So very, very sorry to hear of the death of Tony Scott. A terrible, terrible loss of a truly talented, brilliant man," the actress and comedian tweeted.

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