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The two veteran actors will team up for the first time in the television adaptation of Ronald Harwood's play inspired by his own experience.
The network has greenlit a TV adaptation of the 1973 sci-fi movie from J.J. Abrams, Jerry Weintraub and Bryan Burk.
The 'Thor' actor and the 'True Blood' alumna land roles in the HBO pilot which is adapted from the 1973 sci-fi movie and is produced by J.J. Abrams.
Director Alan Taylor and producer Kevin Feige also share their thoughts on the surprising ending that involves Odin and his bitter adopted son Loki.
The Odin of 'Thor' recently binge-watched all six seasons of the AMC series and says Cranston's 'performance as Walter White was the best acting I have seen - ever.'
The movie will be set in 1983 when the titular Dutch beer magnate was infamously kidnapped along with his driver.
Admitting that he's not impressed by people who dub him a serious awards contender, Hopkins says, 'People go out of their way to flatter the nominating body and I think it's kind of disgusting.'
Looking dapper in a black suit, the actor who plays Odin in 'Thor' resembles the look of the late 'Phsyco' filmmaker for upcoming drama 'Hitchcock'.
Rumor has it, Hopkins is in negotiations to play a psychic who will use his powers to put a killing spree into a stop.
Sir Anthony Hopkins suffered from 'moments of anxiety' while filming 'Thor', because his character's eyepatch restricted his vision and forced him to rely on others to guide him around the set.
'There's a baby-naming boom in my native South Africa. Parents giving their infants my name,' shares the Oscar-winning actress about how her fame impacted her home town.
Kenneth reveals that the 'Thor' actor gave him the confidence to take on the role in 'My Week With Marilyn' by sharing his intimate observations of the way Lawrence was.
Sir Anthony Hopkins helped co-star Rene Russo calm her nerves before a pivotal scene in new action film 'Thor' by swearing at her.
Hopkins is ready to make his U.K debut with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra (CBSO) in a classical concert at St David's Hall in Cardiff on July 24.
The Oscar-winning actor had signed on to write his autobiography but later abandoned the plan after thinking that no one will not be interested in his life.