John Travolta Thanks Movie Colleagues for Helping Him Heal
In a statement posted on his Web site, Travolta says his colleagues "stepped up without hesitation to help promote this wonderful film, and their unselfish efforts have allowed my family the additional time to reconcile our loss."
Travolta says director Tony Scott "gave me the freedom to define, and then to become, the ultimate evil mastermind" in the film, playing a man who hijacks a New York subway. "This role as an actor gave me the chance to dispense with all moral and ethical limitations, and explore just how bad this character could really be."
He adds: "I am very proud of the efforts we have all made in making this movie, and I want each and every one of you to enjoy it."
The movie opens Friday.
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