Hoffman in Upbeat Mood in His Last ET Interview


Up until his untimely and tragic death this weekend, Philip Seymour Hoffman was a very busy actor and producer working on a myriad of projects, and so the last time ET actually caught up with him for an interview was during the Toronto International Film Festival in the fall of 2011 to talk about one of his newest projects, the baseball drama Moneyball.

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During the interview, an upbeat Hoffman said that he was a fan of the New York Yankees, and joked that he would send a "telepathic message" of what he does on his off-time when he's not super busy working the demands of the festival circuit.

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Hoffman was found dead Sunday in his New York City apartment of an apparent drug overdose. He was 46.