Philip Seymour Hoffman 1967 – 2014

And I mean come on they put Philip Seymour-Hoffman in the film as Heavensbee…. I’ll admit to being biased I’m in love with that man, he’s one of the greatest actors I’ve ever seen. I don’t really need to say much more than that!

In the last post I made on this page a few days ago after watching The Hunger Games : Catching Fire I wrote that. Days later and I’m saddened by the news that Philip Seymour Hoffman has died.

I really meant what I wrote in that post, anything I have ever watched that man in he has done wonders with the role. From Red Dragon, The Boat that Rocked all the way to The Hunger Games I have loved every character and hung on every word.

The sadness of his passing will be felt for years to come. Thank you for the stories you’ve left us with, characters we’ll never forget.

2 thoughts on “Philip Seymour Hoffman 1967 – 2014”

  1. It is a little sad when you think these two blogs (this one and the Hunger Games review) are side by side 😦 such a great and talented actor, 23 years fighting this addiction such a shame that it beat him in the end.

  2. It was sad news 😦 such a great actor, we’ve all been talking about him recently and how great he is. Came as such a shock, but you are right Amanda some people are being too harsh, he fought addiction for 23 years, he was addicted as a kid and spent so long battling it. It is a shame when someone who was so strong for so long falls back to a habit and ends up like this. Such a shame.

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