A few weeks after David Bowie’s death, his son, Duncan Jones, took to Twitter to thank fans and friends for their support.
“Just wanted to thank you for the incredibly kind words & thoughts,” Jones wrote. “I’ll be easing my way back into Twitter.”
After Bowie died Jan. 10 at the age of 69, Jones confirmed the news on Twitter, sharing a photo of himself with his dad and saying he’d be “offline for a while.” Last week, Jones briefly broke his silence to share a letter from a British palliative care doctor written to Bowie.
Jones, who is directing the upcoming Warcraft movie, also tweeted a few behind-the-scenes photos of the set. A new TV spot debuted Sunday, and the film will hit theaters on June 10.
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