Tom Cruise has been spotted looking shaken and sad just hours after the death of director Tony Scott, who he worked on in iconic movies 'Top Gun' and 'Days Of Thunder'.
According to The Daily Mail, Cruise looked "grief-stricken" and was wearing an unbuttoned white shirt and a pair of Ray Ban sunglasses, he was also reportedly seen typing furiously in his blackberry.
Scott, who is the younger brother of 'Prometheus' director Ridley Scott, jumped from the Vincent Thomas Bridge spanning San Pedro and Terminal Island in California at roughly 12.30pm on Sunday, authorities have confirmed.
According to the Los Angeles Times, police found a note in Scott's black Toyota Prius, parked on the bridge. The note gave contact information. A suicide note found later in his office.
Cruise told Entertainmentwise at the premiere of his movie 'Rock of Ages' that he was working on a 'Top Gun' sequel, although it was unclear if Scott was signed up to direct.
Scott was a late addition to direct 1986's 'Top Gun' as he was then involved with another film, 'Man on Fire', but won the position of director when 'Top Gun' producers Don Simpson and Jerry Bruckheimer saw his work on a commercial about a jet plane.
'Top Gun' became one of the highest-grossing films of 1986, taking more than $176 million at the box office, Cruise, who played Maverick a fighter pilot in training, became one of Hollywood's most sought after names after the movie's success.
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