Emma Stone has died, according to her publicist.
The Hollywood star died Thursday morning in New York City.
She was 89.
The cause was not immediately known.
Singer, the legendary director of movies such as “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” and “The Sound of Music,” died of cancer in 2010.
Singer’s son Michael wrote on Twitter that “we are all shocked and saddened by the passing of Emma Stone.”
Singer was born on March 7, 1928 in New Haven, Connecticut.
He studied with George Cukor, who directed his first film, “The Mamas and the Papas.”
Singer also directed “A Christmas Carol,” “The Color Purple” and the hit TV series “Roseanne.”
Singer made a name for himself in the 1940s and 50s, directing and starring in such films as “The Producers,” “Citizen Kane” and other films.
He also starred in the animated TV series the “Lethal Weapon” and acted in the movies “Sleeping Beauty” and its sequel, “Cinderella.”
Singer won the Academy Award for best director for “Singing in the Rain” in 1959 and the Golden Globe Award for his directing in 1966.
He won the Screen Actors Guild Award for outstanding cinematography in 1976.
Singer has been married to singer-songwriter Catherine E. Singer since 1971.
She has two sons, William and John, with the singer.
She is survived by her husband and four children.