Raymond Wagner, an executive at MGM and Universal who produced several notable films and hired future studio head Sherry Lansing to read scripts for $5 an hour in the 1970s, has died. He was 88. Wagner, who produced such films as director Richard ... Hollywood Reporter, 5 days ago
Drug overdoses spark debates on addiction that belie its complexity Even over a month later, the image of actor Phillip Seymour Hoffman lying in his bathroom, extinct, with a heroin needle sticking out of his arm, feels raw and unbearable. It is ...Psychology Today, 1 month ago
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