Shortly after Philip Seymour Hoffman died, the National Enquirer ran an interview with someone calling himself David Bar Katz, claiming that the two were lovers who'd freebased cocaine together and that he'd seen Hoffman use heroin. Turns out the story was bullshit, and now the tab is apologizing with a new grant for…
Philip Seymour Hoffman's death has been on our collective minds. His tragic passing has drawn both compassion and ire from all sides; it has also inspired a spate of personal essays that focus on the difficulty of addiction and relapse as well as unfounded speculation about Hoffman's mental state and reasons for why…
This is fucking gro-o-o-o-o-ooossss! Both Valentino and the UGG corporation have been caught attempting to leverage Philip Seymour Hoffman's celebrity-heavy funeral for brand recognition.
Channing Tatum, the kindest and most affable bro to ever walk the face of the earth, went on the Ellen show and told Ellen Degeneres that he's currently "very 'fappy' [which means] very fat and happy right now." He added, "I've been working for two straight years, and now it's some really needed downtime with my…
NEW YORK, NY - FEBRUARY 05: People gather to pay their
respects during the Candlelight Vigil For Philip Seymour Hoffman at the
Labyrinth Theater Company on February 5, 2014 in New York City. (Photo
by D Dipasupil/Getty Images)
Police are reportedly questioning four people currently in custody on drugs charges in connection to sales made to the late actor Philip Seymour Hoffman.
This entire conversation is so fucking gross. Barbara Walters announced on The View today that she's spent, like, a bunch of time around Woody Allen and his daughters and he is "as sensitive, and as loving and as caring" a father as she's ever seen. And also the statute of limitations has run out, so nya nya.
Oh boy. In a tweet he has since deleted (probably a good call) Supernatural uber star Jared Padalecki told his Twitter fan base that the death of Philip Seymour Hoffman was "stupid."
The film company behind The Hunger Games franchise today released this statement, concerning the recent, heartbreaking death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, Academy Award winning actor and star of the newest installment of the film's franchise:
Philip Seymour Hoffman thanking his mom at the 78th Academy Awards was incredibly endearing. You'll notice that this clip, however, features another actor who died way before his time: Heath Ledger, who would've probably won the Oscar if Hoffman wasn't so amazing as Truman Capote.
"For me, acting is torturous, and it's torturous because you know it's a beautiful thing. I was young once, and I said, That's beautiful and I want that. Wanting it is easy, but trying to be great — well, that's absolutely torturous."
This picture of the late Philip Seymour Hoffman and his son at a Knicks game is heartbreaking.
Multiple sources are reporting the awful news this Sunday that Philip Seymour Hoffman, one of Hollywood's most engaging actors, was found dead today in his Manhattan apartment of an apparent drug overdose.
Downtown mainstay, (excellent) actress and sartorial pioneer Chloë Sevigny hates to sound like an old fuddy-duddy, but she really wants you to pull your tiny denim shorts out of your crack and study for your SATs.
News has emerged that Philip Seymour Hoffman just got out of detox last Friday after a 10-day stay to kick an addiction that started with prescription drugs and culminated in snorting heroin.
Oh, Gaga! Oh no! Our gal Gagz announced via Twitter and Facebook this afternoon that she's postponing the rest of her current tour due to chronic and debilitating synovitis, or inflammation of the joints. She says she's been hiding the pain from her staff, but she just can't cope anymore and will be postponing her…
We've all been waiting with bated breath to find out who has won the precious role of golden boy Finnick Odair in the upcoming Hunger Games sequel Catching Fire, but let's not forget that there's a whole flock of new characters that need casting. The latest news? Lionsgate has announced that Academy Award winner…
Behold. Philip Seymour Hoffman's hat.
[New York, November 17. Image via INF]