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Originally posted 07/28/2014 08:05AM
It's official: Nov. 21 cannot come any sooner.
Originally posted 07/23/2014 02:50PM
When PEOPLE asked Twitter and Facebook users what their favorite Philip Seymour Hoffman movie was, the result was pretty unequivocal: Twister. That gave us pause, but then we started thinking about some of the actor's less-valued films. Hoffman would have turned 47 years old on July 23, so in honor of his birthday, we're taking another look at how even when the film might not have been great, Hoffman always was.
Originally posted 06/25/2014 12:10PM
Although the third film based on Suzanne Collins's novels in The Hunger Games franchise won't be released until Nov. 21, the Capitol is determined to make sure you're on its side way before then.
Originally posted 02/28/2014 04:15PM
Philip Seymour Hoffman died from acute mixed drug intoxication, the New York City medical examiner's office announced Friday.
Originally posted 02/20/2014 02:00PM
Amy Adams tearfully paid tribute to Philip Seymour Hoffman during a taping of Inside the Actors Studio earlier this month, honoring her frequent costar as "a beautiful spirit" both on- and offscreen.
"I just really loved him, and I know so many people did," the Oscar-nominated actress declared through broken sobs. "I just don't know how much more I can talk about it right now, sorry."
Adams, 39, spoke to host James Lipton about Hoffman in front of a live audience on Feb. 5, just three days after Hoffman's shocking death from an apparent overdose, and two days before she attended his private funeral in New York City. The episode aired Wednesday on Bravo.
Originally posted 02/19/2014 05:45PM
Philip Seymour Hoffman found success in Hollywood, but he never called it home. Now it seems he didn't want his son, Cooper, to do so either.
Originally posted 02/10/2014 11:20AM
An alleged heroin dealer who was arrested following the tragic death of Philip Seymour Hoffman says he and the late actor were friends who bonded over their mutual struggles with drug addiction.
Originally posted 02/10/2014 08:00AM
From the Opening Ceremony in Sochi to Fashion Week in New York City, here are breathtaking images of the moments that had us buzzing
Originally posted 02/09/2014 02:30PM
While Philip Seymour Hoffman's tragic death is the most recent to make headlines, heroin claimed the lives of many beloved artists, including Cory Monteith, Janis Joplin, River Phoenix and Chris Farley.
Other stars – from Angelina Jolie and Nicole Richie to Samuel L. Jackson – have admitted to dabbling if not struggling with the drug. And many have offered chilling personal accounts of their heroin use.
Here are six celebrities who have shared their experiences with the dangerous drug over the years:
Originally posted 02/08/2014 04:30PM
Jason Wahler is the latest celeb to open up about his battle with substance abuse and addiction in the wake of Philip Seymour Hoffman's death.
On Thursday, the former The Hills star, 27, wrote a personal essay for The Huffington Post, in which he explained how he deftly kept his addiction a secret from his friends.
"A few years ago, I would host parties at my house in L.A. where there would be 50-100 people raging out of control. While everyone thought I was enjoying the party as much as they were, little did they know I was secretly going into the master bathroom and snorting as much coke and drinking as much alcohol as I could," Wahler reveals, adding that he became quite adept at keeping secrets.
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