It looks like everyone in Hollywood is still mourning the passing of one of the most legendary musicians of our time. Actor Michael Douglas has paid tribute to Prince in his own special way by wearing a purple shirt and purple pullover V-neck sweater during an appearance he made at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City this past weekend.
According to the Chicago Sun Times, the 71-year-old actor was a huge fan of the "When Doves Cry" hit maker as Douglas was the one who gave him his 1985 Academy Award for the "Purple Rain" score.
He said, "He was such a private man, protected his work so much. But he was an extraordinary talent, just an extraordinary talent. I really feel a loss."
Douglas, who is married to actress Catherine Zeta-Jones, was at the Tribeca Film Festival to help support Smriti Keshari and Eric Schlosser while they promoted their multimedia installation, The Bomb.
The veteran actor told the newspaper, "I think this film, 'The Bomb' and the presentation, how beautifully it's done, is gonna bring in hopefully a new generation of younger people to make them conscious of the most important issue in our life that is least talked about."
He added, "We cannot wait for a nuclear accident to happen before there's action to take place."
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