Wednesday, September 29, 2004

Silly Globe: Joaquin Phoenix

Today's Boston Globe has two items about Joaquin Phoenix on Page C2.

In one item, he's happy and smiling, there's a photo, and in the other he's being rushed to the hospital in an ambulance.

Shouldn't the Globe have gone with the happy and smiling Joaquin? We really don't need two stories about him on the same page.

"Ladder 49" cast members, including John Travolta (center Back) and Joaquin Phoenix (at right in baseball cap) visited Boston's Engine 33/Ladder 15 yesterday.
Joaquin Phoenix broke down on the set of his latest movie recently and started banging his head against a wall, reports, because a scene reportedly sparked memories of his brother River Phoenix's tragic death. The star - who was 19 when his brother died of a drug overdose outside the hip Los Angeles nightclub Viper Room in 1993 - is filming the Johnny Cash biopic ``Walk the Line.'' Phoenix reportedly had to be taken away in an ambulance.
The Miami Herald goes with the ambulance story too which comes from IMDb.

I guess he's recovered.

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