Hoffman's response actually sounds like what you'd expect from any decent human being: The actor waited with jogger Sam Dempster after he saw him go down, then gave the responders an account of what happened. But Dempster gives Hoffman credit for saving his life after a cardiac arrest, according to The Associated Press. And TMZ has already crowned Kunis a hero for saving her employee's life.
It looks like hero status is quickly becoming an A-list necessity. There was Ryan Gosling, of course, who "saved" a woman from getting run over by a cab in New York. And then Newark Mayor Cory Booker ran into a burning building and led someone out. And let's not forget Patrick Dempsey, who pried a young driver out of his crashed jeep with a crowbar. By comparison, Hoffman's act of patience and decency involves far less derring-do, but then again, he's 72-years-old so we can cut him some slack. Still, one would hope that anybody who saw someone collapse would stick around to help.