FILE - This Feb. 3, 2009 file photo shows actor Joaquin Phoenix posing for a portrait in Beverly Hills Calif., to promote his film "Two Lovers." Phoenix looked as though he'd lost it, coming completely unglued with his film “I'm Still Here,” in which he chronicles his supposed move into rap music after announcing his retirement from acting. Now he has hurled himself back into acting, with upcoming roles in Spike Jonze's as-yet-untitled film, which features “The Master” co-star Amy Adams, and teaming with “Two Lovers” director James Gray for their fourth movie together. (AP Photo/Matt Sayles, file)
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