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Felicity Jones opened up about the death of her late costar Anton Yelchin in a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter."It's been devastating," the Theory of Everything actress, 32, said of his passing in a freak accident in June.

"It doesn't feel like there's any justice or there's no way of understanding it, really. He really was a unique soul."Jones and Yelchin played love interests in the award-winning 2011 romantic drama Like Crazy. The movie won the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize.

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"It is against nature when a parent buries his own child."Irina added: "He never cared about being a star.

Hollywood was quick to mourn Anton Yelchin after news of the young actor's unexpected death broke on Sunday.

It's just been a very difficult time for his family. The Drake Doremus–directed film showed the ups and downs of a relationship between two college students, one British and one American, after she loses her visa and is unable to return to the U. As previously reported, Yelchin died at age 27 at his L. home on June 19, when his Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled down his driveway and pinned him between his brick mailbox and a security fence.

Assistant Chief Coroner Ed Winter confirmed to Us Weekly that the actor died of blunt traumatic asphyxia within a minute of the accident.

He was equal parts serious thinker and the most fun little brother you could ever dream of," Foster said in a statement. Justin Timberlake, who co-starred with Yelchin in the 2006 film our dear friend.

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