Hollywood filmmakers remember “Top Gun” helmer Tony Scott, who died Sunday at the age of 68.

“No more Tony Scott movies. Tragic day” – Ron Howard, @RealRonHoward

“Such sad news about Tony Scott. Heartfelt condolences to his family and friends.” – Jon Favreau, @Jon_Favreau

“Tony Scott was incredibly encouraging to me at an early stage of my career. He was generous, gregarious & immensely talented. Sadness.” – Mark Romanek, @MarkRomanek

“Tony always sent personal, handwritten notes & always drew a cartoon caricature of himself, smoking a cigar, with his hat colored in red.” – Joe Carnahan, @carnojoe

“Shocked to hear about Tony Scott’s suicide. Terrible news.” – Lee Unkrich, @leeunkrich

“Working with Tony Scott was like a glorious road trip to Vegas on desert back roads, a wild man behind the wheel, grinning. I felt safe.” – Richard Kelly, @JRichardKelly

“True Romance. The scene with Christopher Walken and Dennis Hopper in a Detroit railyard is a classic. RIP Tony Scott.” – Michael Moore, @MMFlint

“Shocked to hear about Tony Scott. RIP” – Adam McKay, @GhostPanther

“I shall miss you Mr. Scott” – Edgar Wright, @EdgarWright

“For those who haven’t, please watch Scott’s first film, “The Hunger.” it is immensely ballsy and beautiful… RIP.” – Jonathan Levine, @jonathanlevine