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Sunday, January 10, 2021

RIP: 'James Bond' director Michael Apted dies at 79, wave of mourning in Hollywood industry

British filmmaker Michael Apted has died in Los Angeles. 
He was 79 years old. Michael is known for several documentaries and the 1999 James Bond blockbuster. Michael directed James Bond. Michael's US agent Roy Ashton confirmed on Friday that Michael Apted died Thursday in a Los Angeles home. However, this news came out on Saturday. For what reasons Michael died, information has not been revealed yet.

From the 1999 James Bond blockbuster 'The World Is Not Enough' to the Loretta Country Singer Biography 'Cole Miner's Daughter' and dozens of TV shows, including episodes of the British serial Coronation Street in 1967, Michael was known for his direction. Michael's most notable projects include a 1964 television documentary about the hopes and dreams of children of diverse backgrounds. He also directed films like 'Gorillas in the Mist', 'Thriller Gorky Park', 'Thunder Heart' and 'Enigma'.

Wave of grief in Hollywood industry

There is a wave of mourning in the Hollywood industry since Michael's death. Those who knew him very closely have paid tribute to Michael Apted. Actor Ben Barnes, who played Prince Caspian in the Michael-directed film 'The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Don Treeder', has praised the director for his excellent direction.

Actor Robert Carlyle said that Rest in Peace Michael .. a beautiful man, his amazing work. An important and distinguished director who understood how class shapes all of us.

Let us tell you that Michael Apted's first film, 'The Triple Echo', in which Glenda Jackson played the lead role, was released in 1972. He then directed the 1980 film 'The Coal Miners Daughter', which gave him a big break in the film industry. After the success of this film, he never looked back and gave Hollywood one to one superhit films.

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