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Philip Seymour Hoffman met his partner Mimi O'Donnell on the set of his play 'In Arabia We'd All Be Kings,' and they...

'Mockingjay' Brings Home the Dark Side of War

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If 'Catching Fire' set the 'Hunger Games' world ablaze, 'Mockingjay' shows us the ashes.Read Full Story

Zimbio Flash Film Review: 'God's Pocket'

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The mean streets of South Philly come to life in this tale of loyalty and murder.Read Full Story

Best Actor Flashback: Philip Seymour Hoffman in 'Capote'

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Philip Seymour Hoffman in Capote. (Sony Pictures Classics) For Capote, Philip Seymour Hoffman transformed himself. He reportedly lost over 40 pounds and perfected Truman Capote's posture and body language by studying hours of interviews and archival footage. Then there was the voice. When word broke of Hoffman's involvement in a film about Capote, many wondered how the New York-bred, baritone actor could pull off playing the effeminate author from the south. Both in pitch and accent, Hoffman...Read Full Story

Determining the Greatest Acting Streaks of All Time

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(Getty)Do anything long enough and there's bound to be a few missteps along the way. That's certainly true for the film industry. Even great actors make bad movies, which makes it difficult to definitively determine the "greatest actor of all time." But to even be in that conversation, an actor has to have a peak, an infallible stretch in his career where everything he touches turns to gold. Very few stars can string together a collection of critically acclaimed movies without having a dud...Read Full Story

Philip Seymour Hoffman Left Just One Scene Unfinished in the Fourth 'Hunger Games' Movie

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Philip Seymour Hoffman and Woody Harrelson in The Hunger Games: Catching Fire. (Lionsgate)When Philip Seymour Hoffman died Sunday he left behind four as-yet unreleased movies. The final piece of his legacy will come in 2015 with the release of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2, and it turns out he still had one key scene to film.According to a Lionsgate exec speaking to The Hollywood Reporter, the filmmakers still think they'll be able to finish the film without fans noticing any difference...Read Full Story
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