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Assuming you believe that Hoffman got his final hit from Vineberg -- who can believe that if Vineberg wasn't around, Hoffman wouldn't have found drugs elsewhere? What is the point of locking him up, deporting him, and saddling him with a criminal record?
"The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" won Movie of the Year during Sunday's MTV Movie Awards. Stars Josh Hutcherson and Sam Claflin
The night the police came for Robert Aaron, he was at home in the Mott Street apartment where he has lived for the last quarter
Just how rare Philip Seymour Hoffman was as an artist is often difficult to properly articulate, especially when considering the modern age of Hollywood and what tends to define a leading man.
"I wish you all could get a chance to work with him," she told the assembled students. "He was beautiful. He’s a beautiful
The entirety of Philip Seymour Hoffman's estate will go to his longtime partner, Mimi O'Donnell, reports TMZ. Hoffman's two
LINK: The 9 Most Overlooked Philip Seymour Hoffman Performances Talk about the famous "we're uncool" scene. I don't think
"Blue Jasmine" star Cate Blanchett won Best Actress at the 2014 BAFTA Awards on Sunday, the latest piece of hardware she's
The accused drug dealer who allegedly sold heroin to Philip Seymour Hoffman was like the grim reaper ... befriending at least
Frank was an anomaly in Congress. The only other lawmaker who was as outspoken about legalizing certain drugs was Rep. Ron
The recent news of Philip Seymour Hoffman's heroin-related death was no different for me. I don't really care that Hoffman died with a syringe in his arm. My eyes scan these stories looking for the little people -- the kids left behind.
I never thought the Bible had anything to say about addiction. It's not something that I ever heard preached or read in the Bible.
I was on drugs back then: coke, booze, Xanax, anything I could get my hands on, really. It was 2002, and while Philip Seymour Hoffman's Hollywood career was skyrocketing, mine was a flameout from a jet engine careening backward down the wrong runway.
Hoffman died of an apparent drug overdose on February 2. His body was found in his West Village apartment. A large mural
Last Sunday delivered a swinging pendulum of emotions. On one extreme was Seattle's stirring Super Bowl trouncing of Denver. In addition to what I'm told was good defense, it turns out that one of the Seahawks' not-so-secret weapons was yoga and meditation. Coach Pete Carroll had wondered what effect building an organization that "really cared about each and every individual" would have on his team's chances. Question answered. On the darker side of the ledger was Philip Seymour Hoffman's tragic death. He captured the public imagination both in life, where he found the full humanity of every character he played, and in his death, which crystallized the growing sense that something is very wrong in a culture rife with addiction. Indeed, from 1999 to 2012, drug overdoses skyrocketed 102 percent, and became the leading cause of injury or death. There's no easy fix, but connecting with the empathy to be found in Hoffman's on-screen legacy is a start.
His full remarks on Hoffman and on the heroin epidemic are below: Since well before the actor's death, Vermont has been grappling
"Late Show with David Letterman" airs weeknights at 11:35 p.m. EST on CBS. "He had a lot of great stuff left to do," Damon
Katz filed the suit with the New York Supreme Court Wednesday, Feb. 5, per The Hollywood Reporter. He is seeking $5 million
About 200 mourners gathered in New York City Wednesday night (Feb. 5) to hold a candlelight vigil for the late, great actor
Too often, the people who use drugs are invisible or worse they are stigmatized and demonized as "junkies," "addicts," and "criminals." Drug users are "others" to be held in stark contrast to the rest of "us."