Hugh Jackman pays tribute to Greg Coote

Jackman expressed his grief in a post on Twitter, writing, "We have lost a pillar of our industry, and a huge supporter of Aussie film. RIP Greg Cotte (sic). You will be sorely missed."

By: Press Trust of India | London | Published:June 30, 2014 10:26 am
Jackman expressed his grief in a post on Twitter, writing, "We have lost a pillar of our industry, and a huge supporter of Aussie film. RIP Greg Cotte (sic). You will be sorely missed." Jackman expressed his grief in a post on Twitter, writing, “We have lost a pillar of our industry, and a huge supporter of Aussie film. RIP Greg Cotte (sic). You will be sorely missed.”

Superstar Hugh Jackman has paid tribute to Hollywood mogul Greg Coote, who died last week.     The 72-year-old Australian producer was the former chairman of studios Dune Entertainment and Village Roadshow and helped co-finance more than 60 movies including James Cameron’s fantasy epic ‘Avatar’ and sci-fi franchise ‘The Matrix’, reported Contactmusic.

He passed away in Los Angeles on June 27 after a battle with cancer.

Jackman expressed his grief in a post on Twitter, writing, “We have lost a pillar of our industry, and a huge supporter of Aussie film. RIP Greg Cotte (sic). You will be sorely missed.”

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