rushed to a New York hospital.
Sources tell Entertainment Tonight that the actor arrived in an ambulance
at the emergency room of a Manhattan hospital.
He was seen wearing an oxygen mask and with
numerous tubes visible.
And although that sounds eerily like that infamous scene from "Blue Velvet," one of Hopper's most memorable roles, we hope and pray his condition isn't serious.
Say prayers for the Hollywood icon, Oscar-nominated for co-writing 1969's "Easy Rider" and for his role in 1986's "Hoosiers."
Hopper is currently starring in a TV version of "Crash," with Eric Roberts, on the Starz channel. It premiered Sept. 18.
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