Anthony Hopkins announces the end of his acting career

Sir Anthony Hopkins, who is currently working on “Titus Andronicus” has recently
announced that he will quit his acting career after finishing work on this, his
last film. The information has also been confirmed by Daily Variety columnist
Army Archerd, who supposedly talked to Hopkins“ wife, friends and colaborators.

For a man who has played every part an actor could possibly ask for, Hopkins”
move to “be his own man”, can be easily understood, although the extremly
talented actor will be sorely missed by the filmgoing community.

Anthony Hopkins has reached legendary status and won numerous awards for his
portrayal of Hannibal Lecter in Jonathan Demme’s thriller “The Silence Of The Lambs”.
He has played a seemingly endless array of characters throughout his career, spanning all
possible facets of personae, giving them all a richness and depth only few
actors could.

You can currently catch Anthony Hopkins in Columbia Home Video’s recent DVD release
of “The Mask Of Zorro”, where he plays the aging hero, handing down his heritage
to a younger Antonio Banderas.

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