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New 'Stoker' poster features Nicole Kidman, and Mia Wasikowska's bloody hands -- EXCLUSIVE

Family? It’s complicated … but also bloody, at least when it comes to Oldboy director Park Chan-wook’s thriller Stoker, which stars Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska.

Case in point, check out this exclusive one-sheet poster for the film that features an unusual holiday-esque portrait warning “DO NOT DISTURB THE FAMILY” with a blood splattered twist.


Coroner: Tony Scott's notes didn't say reason for death

County coroner’s officials say notes left behind by Top Gun director Tony Scott did not give a motive why he would kill himself.

Coroner’s office spokesman Ed Winter also said Friday the notes didn’t mention any health issues.

The 68-year-old Scott died Sunday after leaping from the Vincent Thomas Bridge into Los Angeles Harbor. An autopsy was performed on the British-born director’s body Monday, but it will be a month or more before an official cause of death is determined.

Coroner’s officials are treating Scott’s death as a probable suicide.

Winter says one of the notes left in his car was a list of emergency contact numbers and another included messages to friends and loved ones.

Tony Scott to be honored at private family-only ceremony this weekend in L.A.
Tony Scott’s family denies reports he was suffering from brain cancer

Tony Scott to be honored at private family-only ceremony this weekend in L.A.


Director-producer Tony Scott, who died of an apparent suicide on Sunday, will be honored privately this weekend in Los Angeles, his family announced Wednesday.

“Tony Scott will be honored at a private, family only ceremony this weekend in Los Angeles. The family will announce plans after Labor Day for a gathering to celebrate the life and work of Mr. Scott. Details will be forthcoming once they are formalized,” according to a statement released by the family’s publicist.

Officials say the Top Gun director, Ridley Scott’s brother, took his own life by jumping off a bridge in San Pedro, Calif.

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Tony Scott's family denies reports he was suffering from brain cancer

In the wake of director Tony Scott’s apparent suicide on Sunday, ABC News, citing a source close to Scott, reported that the filmmaker was suffering from inoperable brain cancer at the time of his death. But according to the Los Angeles Times, Scott’s family is now denying the reports, which quickly circulated on-line, that the 68-year-old director had brain cancer. The Los Angeles County coroner’s office has not yet determined whether Scott had any underlying health problems that might have driven him to take his own life by jumping off a bridge in San Pedro, Calif. Its final report on the Top Gun director’s death will not be released until toxicology and other tests are finished, which will take several weeks.

In the meantime, ABC News has backed off its initial story, posting an update on its web site headlined, “Tony Scott Brain Cancer Report Appears in Doubt.” The backpedaling follows an incident last month in which ABC News mistakenly reported that the man who killed 12 people in a shooting rampage at an Aurora, Colorado movie theater was linked to the Tea Party.

Stars remember Tony Scott after his death

Tony Scott’s sudden death from an apparent suicide shocked Hollywood. The prolific director worked with many stars, who remembered him fondly from their time together. Here are some of their thoughts:

John Travolta, The Talking of Pelham 1 2 3:
“Tony was one of my favorite directors I’ve ever worked with and was one of my favorite people, a truly inspired talent. Everyone loved Tony.”

Tom Cruise, Top Gun:
“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.”


Report: Tony Scott had inoperable brain cancer

UPDATE: Tony Scott’s family is denying media reports that the director had inoperable brain cancer. ABC News, which first reported the story, has now backed off its initial claim, updating its web site with a post headlined, “Tony Scott Brain Cancer Report Appears in Doubt.”

Details are emerging about why ‘Top Gun’ director Tony Scott may have taken his own life Sunday. According to ABC News, an unnamed source claims that the Hollywood veteran was suffering from inoperable brain cancer. No further explanation about his alleged illness has been provided yet.

The 68-year-old Scott jumped off San Pedro’s Vincent Thomas Bridge on Sunday afternoon. The Associated Press reports that police discovered notes to loved ones in Scott’s car, as well as a suicide note in his office.

A representative for Scott has not yet responded to EW’s request for comment on this story. Last night, the director’s rep issued the following statement to EW: “I can confirm that Mr. Scott has indeed passed away. I have no further details and ask that the family’s privacy be respected at this time.”

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'Top Gun' director Tony Scott dies at age 68 in apparent suicide

Tony Scott, the director of Hollywood hits such as Top Gun, Beverly Hills Cop II, and Unstoppable, died Sunday at age 68, his publicist has confirmed to EW. According to the Los Angeles Police Department’s harbor division, the British-born filmmaker jumped to his death from the Vincent Thomas bridge near Long Beach, Calif.

According to officials, the director climbed a fence on the south side of the bridge and leapt off around 12:30 p.m. Police reportedly found a suicide note inside Scott’s black Toyota Prius, which was parked on the bridge. His identity was confirmed around 7 p.m. by the Los Angeles County coroner’s office.

Scott and his older brother Ridley (the Oscar-nominated director of films like Alien, Gladiator, and Prometheus) were partners in Scott Free Productions, the company behind the CBS drama The Good Wife as well as A&E’s four-hour medical thriller Coma, due to air next month. Tony Scott, whose last film was the 2010 runaway-train thriller Unstoppable with Denzel Washington and Chris Pine, had been developing a sequel to his 1986 Tom Cruise blockbuster Top GunREAD FULL STORY

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