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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.
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.
The report from Production Weekly which mentioned that the rapper is making an acting come back is false according to his rep.
The veteran actor is reportedly in final negotiations to play the villainous role in the Chuck Russell-directed action adventure film.
The director addresses rumor of Anthony Hopkins acting like a divo on the film's set, praising him as 'an extraordinary actor with his Celtic passion and incredible technique.'
Anthony Hopkins takes aim at anorexic women on the catwalk and celebrity socialites like Paris Hilton, comparing them to soulless 'machines'.
Admitting that Odin is ruthless, the 72-year-old explains why his character banishes his son from the kingdom of Asgard.
The 72-year-old actor will never forget the help given by fellow actor Alec Baldwin for being so forthright in stopping the filming of 'The Edge' after knowing that he herniated a disc in his neck.
Emily Blunt was pictured standing between Benicio Del Toro and Anthony Hopkins on the red carpet of the premiere which took place at ArcLight Cinemas in California on Tuesday, February 9.