Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter about an encounter he had with Capote star Philip Seymour Hoffman at the magazine’s pre-Golden Globes party at the Sunset Tower (i.e., the old Argyle): “Hoffman…is a terribly serious young man, and in an ill-fated attempt to lighten the moment, I told him that I too do a pretty mean Truman Capote. While he stood there, I did my own impersonation, including the high-pitched, fey, lisping voice and the waving of a crooked finger while I adjusted my eyeglasses. He gave me a pissed-off look and just walked away.”