Philip Seymour Hoffman Leaves Behind Prolific Collection Of Films Following Sudden Death
Following the sudden death of Philip Seymour Hoffman, the actor leaves behind several film projects which includes the huge blockbuster 'Hunger Games' sequels as well as a pair of independent films that debuted at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival.
Academy-Award winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was discovered dead in his New York city apartment on Sunday (Feb 2nd). The 46 year-old was found by his friend when visiting his Manhattan apartment at 35 Bethune St. in the West Village.
Hoffman was discovered dead in his NYC apartment
Hoffman leaves behind several recently completed film projects as well as other on-going productions, which includes the hugely anticipated final two 'Hunger Games' sequels.
The actor's body of work, which will be released posthumous, begins with the upcoming drama film 'God's Pocket'. The big-screen adaption of Pete Dexter's novel follows a troubled man called 'Mickey' who killed his stepson Leon in a fit of anger.
The incident, which occurred at a Philadelphia building site, was considered an accident by everyone accept his mother. But Mikey, the murderer, gets in over his head when attempting to cover his tracks.
Hoffman starring in 'God's Pocket' opposite Eddie Marsan
The film, which debuted at the 2014 Sundance Film Festival, also stars Christina Hendricks, John Turturro and Richard Jenkins.
Hoffman starred in another flick debut at the same film festival, the Anton Corbijn-directed thriller, 'A Man Most Wanted'. The adaptation of a novel of the same name by John le Carré, stars Hoffman as Günther Bachmann, a German intelligence officer involved in an international war on terror.
Turn to next page to see what other film projects Hoffman left behind following his sudden death