No doubt even more exhausted than usual by stupid Scientology questions and being swarmed by starry-eyed Hunger Games fans when he's just trying to shop at the mall, Philip Seymour Hoffman is looking to escape back behind the camera for his second directorial effort after 2010's Jack Goes Boating. Titled Ezekiel Moss (a name perfectly phonetically tailored to be croaked from Philip Seymour Hoffman's throat), the film is a Depression-era drama about a young boy's friendship with a drifter who may have the power to talk to the dead. Hoffman has preemptively responded to all future press junket queries about whether he believes in ghosts with a long sigh.