James Cameron is urged to honor at the ceremony “Oscars” the memory of the deceased actor Paxton
NEW YORK, February 27. /Offset. TASS Alexey Kachalin/. The participants and guests of the upcoming ceremony of delivery of film awards “Oscar” is to honor the memory of American actor bill Paxton, who died Sunday at 62-m to year of life.
This was stated by the famous film Director James Cameron, Paxton starred in such films as “True lies” (True Lies, 1994), “Strangers” (Aliens, 1986), “Titanic” (Titanic, 1997) and “the Terminator” (The Terminator, 1984).
“I hope that amid the celebrations, the Oscar nights people taking time to remember this remarkable man. Not only because of the joy he brought to us from the screen, but also for his remarkable human qualities,” Cameron said in a written statement released by Variety magazine.
“With his passing the world has become smaller though,” said the Director, adding that he knew and was friends with Paxton for nearly 36 years.
“It is with heavy hearts we announce that bill Paxton died due to complications after surgery,” reported on Sunday, the family of the actor.
A native of the U.S. state of Texas has acted in more than 80 movies and television series. The peak of his fame came in the 1980s, most of his roles — the characters of the second plan in action movies, westerns and comedies. Among them the most famous are the “True lies” with Arnold Schwarzenegger, “Apollo 13” (Apollo 13, 1995) with Tom Hanks, “u-571” (U-571, 2000) with Matthew McConaughey and “Foreign”. Paxton was four times nominated for a prestigious American film award “Golden globe” in 1999, 2007, 2009 and 2010.