Sir Ridley Scott has resumed work on his new movie The Counselor after shutting down production in the days after his brother's death.
The moviemaker suspended the film shoot last month (Aug12) after Top Gun director Tony Scott jumped from a bridge in Los Angeles in an apparent suicide.
Scott subsequently flew to L.A. to attend his brother's funeral, but is now reportedly back in London working on the new drama, which stars Brad Pitt and Cameron Diaz.
Production on The Counselor restarted on Monday (03Sep12), according to industry website Deadline.com.
The shoot will move from London to Alicante, Spain later this month (Sep12).