PARK CITY, Utah - Philip Seymour Hoffman is pulling double-duty at the Sundance Film Festival this year, with "God's Pocket" and "A Most Wanted Man," but only the former is directed by John Slattery, who's making his feature film debut in between shoots for "Mad Men."

"[Slattery] knows what he's doing... some actors that are always thinking of the bigger picture all the time. That's John," Hoffman said on the red carpet to drama "God's Pocket." "I think a long time ago he wanted to do this. I was just lucky enough to jump on his passion bandwagon and ride it."

Hoffman mentioned his forthcoming, returning role for "Hunger Games," but this current role -- opposite of Christina Hendricks -- is anything but a YA character.

"It's a film about a man, an adult man, who is faced with an adult decision ultimately, and he grows up. It's not about adolecence, you know what I mean?" he said. "And it's hard. He's living in a world that's pretty shady. "

Check out what else the actor had to say about Hendricks, the story, Slattery and how the script scratches an itch.

After five years as a columnist and editor at Billboard, Katie Hasty joined HitFix in 2009 for music and film reporting out of New York. The Midwest native has worked as a writer, music promoter and in A&R since 1999 and performs with her band Numbers And Letters.