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Even Veterans Like Anthony Hopkins Occasionally Fanboy Out On Marvel Sets, Admits Thor Actor Tom Hiddleston

When it comes to breakthrough roles, Tom Hiddleston becoming Loki was one of Marvel’s best castings. Not only did Hiddleston graduate from indie films to blockbusters overnight, but he got to work with Anthony Hopkins. But even a two-time Oscar winner can get starstruck while filming a Marvel epic. Hiddleston admitted even Hopkins and other veterans occasionally fanboy out on the Marvel sets.
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The Father director on Sir Anthony Hopkins’ surprise Oscar win

Sir Anthony Hopkins’ Oscar win came as a surprise to everyone including him, according to the director of the film that landed him the gong. Florian Zeller, who also won an Oscar for his screenplay of The Father, said he did not expect his star to be recognised with the best actor trophy.
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Anthony Hopkins assumed Chadwick Boseman had Oscar win in the bag

Anthony Hopkins went to bed early on the night of the Oscars as he really "didn't expect" to win. The Welsh actor made headlines in April after he failed to show up either in person or virtually to the Academy Awards to collect the Best Actor gong he was awarded for his appearance in The Father.
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The Father review: Anthony Hopkins is superb as a dementia-struck Lear

It was Larkin who warned that ‘life is first boredom, then fear’: ‘Whether or not we use it, it goes / And leaves what something hidden from us chose, / And age, and then the only end of age’. The Father does a brave thing, and faces the fear that can set in when ‘the only end of age’ masses in the corner of the eye. The film, which rightly won Anthony Hopkins an Oscar this year for best actor, is adapted from a fine play by the French writer Florian Zeller, who also directs. It feels like a play throughout; the slowly-winched drama takes place indoors, in well-appointed kitchens and drawing rooms, with windows overlooking unconvincing city streets.
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‘The contender was Chadwick Boseman, so I went to bed’: Anthony Hopkins on why he missed his Oscar win

Anthony Hopkins made headlines in April after he failed to show up at the Oscars to collect the Best Actor prize for his performance in The Father.In the film, which also stars Olivia Colman, the 83-year-old plays a man suffering from dementia. He was nominated in the category alongside Riz Ahmed (Sound of Metal), Steven Yeun (Minari), Gary Oldman (Mank) and the late Chadwick Boseman (Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom).Many viewers of the ceremony were left scratching their heads as to why Hopkins didn’t attend the awards night in person in Los Angeles, nor at one of the remote hubs...
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The Father review – Anthony Hopkins superb in unbearably heartbreaking film

“Let me not be mad, not mad, sweet heaven!” says King Lear, a plea which is overwhelmingly sad because it can never be heard by anyone with the power to grant it. Anthony Hopkins, who played Lear in Richard Eyre’s production for the BBC, now delivers another performance as an ailing patriarch with a favourite daughter and nowhere to stay, in a film directed by Florian Zeller, and adapted by Christopher Hampton from Zeller’s own award-winning stage play. There is unbearable heartbreak in this movie, for which Hopkins has become history’s oldest best actor Oscar-winner, and also genuine fear, like something you might experience watching Roman Polanski’s Repulsion or M Night Shyamalan’s The Sixth Sense.
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Sir Anthony Hopkins opens up on his Oscar win: 'I didn't expect it'

Sir Anthony Hopkins has revealed he didn’t show up to collect his Oscar for Best Actor because he expected the late Chadwick Boseman to win, so he "went to bed" instead. Sir Anthony Hopkins has revealed he didn’t show up to collect his Oscar for Best Actor because he expected the late Chadwick Boseman to win.
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'The contender was Chadwick Boseman, so I went to bed': Sir Anthony Hopkins reveals the REAL reason he didn't show up to collect his Best Actor Oscar as he admits 'I didn't expect it'

Sir Antony Hopkins made headlines in April after he failed to show up at The Oscars to collect the Best Actor gong he was awarded for his appearance in The Father. But speaking on Lorraine on Tuesday, the iconic actor, 83, revealed that he 'didn't expect' to win, explaining: 'The contender was Chadwick Boseman, so I went to bed.'
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Anthony Hopkins: I enjoy working

Los Angeles, May 31 (SocialNews.XYZ) Anthony Hopkins is 83 and in fighting form in front of the camera, having just won an Oscar as Best Actor for "The Father". He asserts that he enjoys working, which is what keeps him going.
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Wife Stella opens up on directing Anthony Hopkins in ‘Elyse’

Los Angeles, May 31 (SocialNews.XYZ) Filmmaker Stella Hopkins has opened up on directing her husband, multiple Oscar-winning veteran actor Anthony Hopkins, in the film "Elyse". The debutant director says she found it easy because they mutually respected each other's position within the film unit.
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Oscar Winner Anthony Hopkins Revealed How Asperger’s Has Helped His Acting Career

Anthony Hopkins is one of the world’s greatest celebrities, a star of stage and screen who has been earning acclaim for more than 50 years. Hopkins, who has received countless awards and honors, is still acting even at the age of 83 — and every year, new generations of fans are introduced to his work, whether as the fearsome Hannibal Lector or as Odin in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
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Elyse review – Anthony Hopkins turns psychiatrist in portrait of a troubled woman

This peculiar, freakishly uneven but far from meritless psychological drama stars Lisa Pepper as the title character, a soigné but very intense woman in early middle age who seems both on the verge of nervous breakdown and under the influence of some kind of emotional malady. Elyse is married to Stephen Bridges (Aaron Tucker), a successful lawyer, and they have a young son (Griffin Thomas Hollander); the boy is largely looked after by the family’s housekeeper Julia (Julieta Ortiz) while Elyse drifts about through her day, browsing at bookshops, stroking donuts she doesn’t eat, all the while carrying a camera she barely uses even though she’s meant to be a photographer of some sort.
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New poster and clip from the award-winning ‘The Father’ with Anthony Hopkins and Olivia Colman

A new clip and poster have been released for the upcoming The Father, the Oscar-winning film starring Anthony Hopkins, Olivia Colman and more in Florian Zeller’s stunning feature film debut which arrives on UK screens in June. First, the poster. This film is utterly compelling and absolutely heart-breaking. It is the performance of Hopkins’ career, and that’s a statement that cannot be made lightly.
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Rob McElhenney wants Anthony Hopkins to be Wrexham AFC’s biggest fan

Rob McElhenney has said he wants Anthony Hopkins to be Wrexham AFC’s biggest fan. The Always Sunny spoke to NME in a recent interview about working with Sir Anthony Hopkins on the new season of Mythic Quest, joking about the rivalries between Hopkins’ team in Wales and Wrexham, which McElhenney recently bought alongside Ryan Reynolds.