Actress Jennifer Connelly has marked the 30th anniversary of her cult film Labyrinth by paying tribute to her late co-star David Bowie.
The Noah star was a teenager when she signed up for the 1986 fantasy film, which featured Bowie at the Goblin King.
And in a new interview for the movie's 30th anniversary Blu-ray release, Connelly admits Bowie is still a big part of her life because her five-year-old daughter is such a big fan of the rock icon's music.
Speaking into the camera she reveals little Agnes recently said, "Isn't it sad David won't be able to make any more music for us to listen to?"
The family recently visited Notre Dame Cathedral in France and decided to light candles to honor lost loved ones.
"I asked Agnes, 'Who do you want to light a candle for?' She said, 'I want to light a candle for David Bowie...' So there you go."