Director Tony Scott Jumps To His Death

Tony Scott, the director of Hollywood hits such as “Top Gun,” “Beverly Hills Cop II,” and “Unstoppable,” died Sunday at age 68. 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. I will always remember him for “The Hunger”, a 1983 vampire flick starring Susan Sarandon and Catherine Deneuve (pictured). The two had a love scene in the movie. Sarandon was supposedly asked if she had to get drunk to have sex with her co-star. Sarandon replied: “Straight or gay, you don’t need any prompting to have sex with Catherine Deneuve.”

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