McGrath's film, which will be hit theaters in New York and LA in October, stars Toby Jones as Capote, Sandra Bullock as Harper Lee, and Daniel Craig, that bit of Bond-y goodness, as Smith. Also appearing in the film (and supposedly hating on Hoffman) are an array of stars, including Gwyneth Paltrow, Sigourney Weaver and Isabella Rossellini. But here's what I don't get: why would a Hoffman loss be better for Infamous than a win? It's not as if the movie won't get distribution if he wins, or something - Warner Independent Pictures already has the rights. And Capote's profile couldn't possibly get any higher, so the competition won't be anything new. I'm not sure I buy this whole "they want Hoffman to looooooose!" angle.
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