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Celebrities react to Ray Harryhausen’s death

@donttrythis — Ray Harryhausen gave me my first vision of true fantasy in the Sinbad films and Jason and the Argonauts. He’s passed and I’m sad. (Jay L. Clendenin / Los Angeles Times)
@m_giacchino — Everyone talks about Star Wars but honestly it was Mr. Harryhausen who first inspired me to make movies.

RIP Ray.  (Lawrence K. Ho / Los Angeles Times)
@SethGreen — Thank you Ray Harryhausen for inspiring us more than you could ever know.  (Michael Buckner / Getty Images)
@PeteLordAardman — Ray Harryhausen. Farewell to an astonishing talent -- He was a one-man industry and a one-man genre. Also a true gentleman. (Allen J. Schaben / Los Angeles Times)
@simonpegg — Ray Harryhausen an inspiration and a legend, even before he left us. His influence cannot be measured and has shaped cinema as we know it. (Richard Chambury / Invision / Associated Press)
@robertliefeld — Rest In Peace Ray Harryhausen. Thank you for a spectacular childhood of amazing FX #Sinbad #Argonauts (Karen Tapia / Los Angeles Times)
@chrismcquarrie — Ray Harryhausen’s skeleton army is unmatched in the realm of cinematic menace, mocking the undead legions shambling in their wake. (Karen Ballard / Paramount Pictures)
@pattonoswalt — If I believed in God, I’d want him to be like Ray Harryhausen — nudging us one frame at a time toward the sublime & fantastic. (Gary Friedman / Los Angeles Times)
@andrewstanton — Anyone in the world of animation, SFX, or fantasy owes everything to Ray Harryhausen. A true legend. RIP Sir. #rayharryhausen (Al Seib / Los Angeles Times)
@headgeek666 — I don’t want to wake up to news like this. I was blessed to know Ray Harryhausen beyond the films. I’ve never known a better soul. Magic (Patty Wood / For the Times)
@edgarwright — I loved every single frame of Ray Harryhausen’s work. He was the man who made me believe in monsters. Glad to have met him. A true legend. (Michael Buckner / Getty Images)
@Jon_Favreau — RIP Ray Harryhausen. He was a source of inspiration, the master of stop motion, and even a voice actor in Elf. His work still holds up. (Jordan Strauss / Invision / Associated Press)
@kumailn — R.I.P. Ray Harryhausen. Jason & the Argonauts was the first movie I truly loved. (Suzanne Plunkett)