Vanity Fair Publishes Dennis Hopper's Final Interview
Mere months before his May 29 death from prostate cancer, Dennis Hopper, 74, gave what would be his last interview, an art-centric conversation with Vanity Fair. Though he introduced himself with a mild "I'm sorry, I'm not feeling well," the terminally ill actor soon dove into depth with the magazine, discussing his upcoming exhibit at LA's Museum of Contemporary Art.

The article includes a striking full-page photo (above left) of a ghastly thin, introspective Hopper with his four children at his side.

The interview gives a glimpse into Hopper's final days, laden with both retrospect and currency, even in the center of the 'Easy Rider' star and director's flagging health and legal drama with his fifth wife. After the jump, hear what Hopper had to say about his messy divorce from Victoria Duffy, his finest achievements and his pride surrounding the first LA exhibition showcasing his life's art and photography.