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A Guide To Every Philip Seymour Hoffman Movie Streaming on Netflix

Philip Seymour Hoffman

It’s been nearly six months since Philip Seymour Hoffman died of a heroin overdose, and yet his presence is still heavily felt throughout Hollywood. In addition to a lengthy and acclaimed filmography, the Academy Award winner kept up a busy work schedule until the time of his death. He had three films slated for 2014 release: John Slattery‘s directorial debut, God’s Pocket, The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 1, and A Most Wanted Man. Read more…

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Super Bowl Superfans, Remembering Philip Seymour Hoffman And More Of What You Missed On Instagram

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The shocking death of Philip Seymour Hoffman continues to shake the entertainment community. Celebrities have been reacting to the loss since news of Hoffman’s death broke on Sunday afternoon, and famous fans like Aaron Paul and Aziz Ansari continue to share thoughts on Instagram. Across the river, Super Bowl XLVIII was less entertaining than some might have hoped, but that didn’t stop Seahawk supporters like Macklemore and Chrissy Teigen from gushing about their hometown.

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VH1′s Last Interview With Philip Seymour Hoffman

Like most film lovers, I am in mourning today, stunned by the sudden loss of Philip Seymour Hoffman. It was only a little over two weeks ago that I interviewed him at The Sundance Film Festival in Utah, where between the idyllic scenery and the palpable sense of joy surrounding the films, a tragedy like this seemed impossible.

Red Carpets are normally full of glitz and glamour, but at Sundance they are much more laid back. The stars are happy and relaxed, as is their attire, and Hoffman stepped in from the cold wearing winter boots and an easy smile. I admit I experienced a few butterflies at the prospect of speaking to this man, one of my favorite actors in films like The Master, Doubt and Before the Devil Knows You’re Dead to name just a few. But I had no reason to worry. He might have had incomparable talent, but he also had a very relatable quality that came across in his scruffy look, his twinkling eyes and the fact that he smelled like cigarettes—a balance of the genius and the human.

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