I don’t believe half the people talking about Justin Beiber give a crap about the dangers of drinking and driving. Robert Downey Jr. has been arrested for a DUI and that doesn’t stop Tumblr from worshiping him. And no, I’m not a Belieber.
The great Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead this morning in his New York apartment, from what’s being reported as an apparent drug overdose. We’ll have an in-depth remembrance of the Oscar-winner’s tremendous body of work on TheDissolve.com tomorrow, but for now, join us in celebrating the life and career of a great, great actor, whose presence alone instantly improved whatever movie he was in.
“I’d like to see where Travis is today. There was something about the guy - all that rage and alienation, that’s what the city can do to you. I mean Marty and I are from New York, and even we can feel alienated.” - Robert De Niro
Q: You always seem very masculine in roles [like in Lawless] …
TH: A lot of people say that but I don’t feel it. I went to an insight course at the parachute regiment. I thought, “I want to join up, do three years, go to Iraq, do my bit, get physically fit.” So I went to White City barracks and I realized I had a real phobia about groups of men. I feel much more comfortable around women.
interview (note: not new; a compilation of older quotes)