Philip Seymour Hoffman bequeathed a total of ZERO to his son and two daughters, according to documents filed in Manhattan’s Surrogate Court.
Hoffman had told his accountant that he “did not want his children to be considered ‘trust fund’ kids,” but nobody expected the eccentric actor to leave his own children, a grand total of zip, squat, zulch.
Hoffman’s decision seems to hint at a common worry among the wealthy.In late June, a survey by law firm Withers LLP found that the second biggest concern for respondents who are worth $10 million or more was that their children “will lack the drive and ambition to get ahead.” Continue reading
You know all that great extra footage you used to get with DVDs? Some of that has been released in the form of a video released on PerezHilton.com depicting Philip Seymour Hoffman appearing posthumously in deleted scenes from The Hunger Games: Catching Fire.
In the cutting room floor scenes, Hoffman, who played Plutarch in the franchise is seen working his way into the Capitol without being detected. Continue reading
Philip Seymour Hoffman had a dying wish.. “Keep my kids FAR away from Hollywood,” this according to a newly discovered will penned by the late actor.
TMZ reports that they obtained a copy of Hoffman’s will which was composed in 2004, and according to the document, Hoffman requested that his son Cooper, (at the time an only child,) be raised anywhere but Los Angeles, a.k.a., Hollywood.
If NYC turned out to be impossible, Hoffman asked for his son to be raised in Chicago or San Francisco. And if that didn’t work out either, Hoffman wanted his son to visit these cities at least TWICE per year … for cultural purposes. Continue reading
This is Max Rosenblum, the man arrested in a police sweep over the death of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman, appearing in court with his girlfriend..
Rosenblum chopped his hair off, while Juliana Luchkiw, (the girlfriend,) wore a professional-looking business suit Tuesday for their Manhattan Supreme Court arraignment on misdemeanor cocaine possession. Continue reading
ENTIRE RUSSELL BRAND PENNED ARTICLE APPEARING IN THE GUARDIAN. Links preserved.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s death was not on the bill.
If it’d been the sacrifice of Miley Cyrus or Justin Bieber, that we are invited to anticipate daily, we could delight in the Faustian justice of the righteous dispatch of a fast-living, sequin-spattered denizen of eMpTyV. We are tacitly instructed to await their demise with necrophilic sanctimony. When the end comes, they screech on Fox and TMZ, it will be deserved. The Mail provokes indignation, luridly baiting us with the sidebar that scrolls from the headline down to hell. Continue reading
A raid conducted over the death of actor, Philip Seymour Hoffman, has found four people in custody as authorities recover 350 tiny plastic bags of heroin, reports CNN.
The bags were branded “black list” and “red bull,” not the ‘Ace Of Spades’ brand heroin that was located in Hoffman’s apartment.
The source identified the suspects being investigated in connection with drugs sold to Hoffman as Juliana Luchkiw, 22, charged with criminal use of drug paraphernalia, criminal possession of a controlled substance and unlawful possession of marijuana; Continue reading
The NYPD’s “intensive citywide search” to find the drug dealer or dealers who sold heroin to Philip Seymour Hoffman, has intensified after authorities say the fallen actor had 49 glassine envelopes full of heroin at the ready.
Hoffman, who died Sunday of an overdose with the needle still in his arm, was shooting the deadly “Ace of Spades” brand of the sweet stuff, a deadly blend that has not been seen on the streets of Brooklyn since 2008.
The posh West Village apartment also contained numerous bottles of prescription medications.
An unnamed law enforcement source told the Post that the department’s newly appointed narcotics lead, Timothy Bugge, sent an internal email asking supervising officers if they had any specific knowledge or had dealt with the “Ace of Spades” branded heroin discovered in Hoffman’s flat.
Cops are turning their death investigation of actor Philip Seymour Hoffman to surveillance video captured at a bank ATM where two men are believed to have sold drugs to Hoffman the night before his death.
Philip Seymour Hoffman overdosed on Ace Of Spades, a brand of heroin that has thankfully been absent from NYC streets since 2008, say cops. The death scene reflected Hoffman using heroin recently, including a needle still stuck in the actor’s arm..
THE POST: Cops found five empty glassine envelopes in a garbage can, two more under the bed and one on a table in the apartment, where Hoffman — who has repeatedly struggled with substance abuse — was living recently, sources said. Cops also found a charred spoon in the kitchen sink, sources say.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s last movie shown here in the form of a trailer.. Friends and family are gathering the news now. Hoffman had been complaining of various ailments recently. It was widely known the actor had drug issues.
He was in rehab last year for heroin. Was this was an accident waiting to happen? He was only was 46!