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'Jinx' director Andrew Jarecki keeping mum

January 8, 2015. Director Andrew Jarecki speaks about the HBO television show "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" during the TCA presentations in Pasadena, California.

January 8, 2015. Director Andrew Jarecki speaks about the HBO television show "The Jinx: The Life and Deaths of Robert Durst" during the TCA presentations in Pasadena, California.  (Reuters)

Andrew Jarecki was keeping mum at a party last Thursday in preparation for the trial of accused killer Robert Durst.

The director’s HBO miniseries, “The Jinx,” ended last Sunday with an apparent murder confession by Durst — and although Jarecki did several interviews afterward with outlets including “GMA,” he has canceled everything else in case he’s called as a witness.

“I wish I could talk to you more about it, but I can’t,” he said at the Baccarat Hotel with pal Greg Kinnear. “There will be plenty of talking about it in the month to come, because there is going to be a trial.”

He also avoided having any photos taken.

After the series finale, Durst was arrested for the murder of his former spokeswoman, Susan Berman, in California.

Click here to read more in The New York Post.