German director Wolfgang Petersen, who made films such as Das Boot, Air Force One and Outbreak, has died aged 81.
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A spokeswoman confirmed Petersen died of pancreatic cancer in Los Angeles on Friday.
Petersen directed stars such as Clint Eastwood, Harrison Ford and Brad Pitt, over a career spanning five decades.
Glenn Close, who starred alongside Ford in Air Force One told the AFP news agency that being directed by Petersen "remains a special memory."
"Even though the script was thrilling and incredibly intense, I remember a lot of laughs, especially in the scenes around the huge table in the War Room," she wrote of the action thriller about a group of terrorists who hijack the US President's plane.
"My memory is of a man full of joie de vivre who was doing what he most loved to do," she added.
Born in Emden in 1941, Petersen scored his first major success with World War Two submarine thriller Das Boot, which earned him two Oscar nominations.
Adapted from a novel of the same name about the Battle of the Atlantic, the 1981 movie saw him nominated for best director by the Academy.