Archive for the ‘Anthony Hopkins’ Category

Anthony Hopkins and Evan Rachel Wood to Team Up for ‘Westworld’

anthony_hopkins_bafta_press_room_24_wenn5087952.jpg

Fans of Michael Crichton’s 70’s film, ‘Westworld,’ may be excited to find out that a new adapted series is coming to HBO that will be produced by J.J. Abrams and Jerry Weintraub.  The series has been picked up to pilot.  Silence of the Lambs star, Anthony Hopkins is set to star in the series, along with Evan Rachel Wood.  The show is described as, “a dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the future of sin.”

Hopkins is set to play Dr. Robert Ford, the brilliant, taciturn and complicated creative director, chief programmer and chairman of the board of Westworld, who has an uncompromising creative vision for the park — and unorthodox methods of achieving it. Wood will portray Dolores Abernathy, the quintessential farm girl of the frontier West — who is about to discover that her entire idyllic existence is an elaborately constructed lie.

This will be Hopkins’ first foray into the small screen- which is becoming all the rage for film stars these days.  (Billy Bob Thornton on Fargo, Halle Berry on Extant, Matthew McConaughey and Woody Harrelson on True Detective… ).  

Wood made headlines last month when she and her husband of two years, Jamie Bell, announced their separation.  The two have a 10-month old son.

Will you be watching Westworld?

The 2014 Vanity Fair Oscar Party in Los Angeles

Photos: FameFlynet, Source

Posted Wednesday, July 23rd, 2014 at 1:13pm
Filed under Anthony Hopkins, Evan Rachel Wood | No Comments

FIRST LOOK! Anthony Hopkins in character as Alfred Hitchcock!

This transformation is almost shocking! It took me a while to realize this is NOT actually Alfred Hitchcock, but it’s Anthony Hopkins in character as the late director!

Anthony is playing the director in a new movie titled ‘Hitchcock’, which will center around the making of ‘Psycho’. The movie has a bunch of great actors, including Scarlett Johansson, Helen Mirren and Jessica Biel!

Helen will play Alma Reville, Hitch’s wife and the film will focus on their marriage as well.

Can’t wait to see more from this film!!

Posted Thursday, April 19th, 2012 at 1:13pm
Filed under Anthony Hopkins, Jessica Biel, Scarlett Johansson | 1 Comment


Hannibal’s back

71105a1_hopkins_a_b_gr_02.jpg

Sirs Anthony Hopkins and director Ridley Scott are teaming up to bring Hannibal Lecter back to the big screen.

The actor will reprise his cannibalistic serial killer for the fourth time in a second sequel to the 1991 hit film The Silence of the Lambs, for which he won a Best Actor Oscar. Cate Blanchett has been rumored to take over the role of Clarice Starling, after Jodie Foster pulled out to focus on directing Flora Plum.

A spokesperson for film-makers Universal says, “Hopkins and Scott are both very committed. We like what we’ve got, and the revised script is really, really good.”

source

photo: Bauer-Griffin

Posted Friday, May 15th, 2009 at 10:10am
Filed under Anthony Hopkins, Cate Blanchett | No Comments

The 2008 BAFTA Awards!!

sienna_miller_baftas_65_wenn1755883.jpg

Atonement, starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy, has won the best film award at this year’s Orange British Academy Film Awards.

The movie, adapetd from Ian McEwan’s novel, was nominated for 14 awards, but only went home with two, Best Film and Best Production Design.

keira_knightly_baftas_13_wenn1755831.jpg

James McAvoy lost out on the best actor award to Daniel Day-Lewis’s towering performance in There Will Be Blood, and Keira Knightley was beaten by Marion Cotillard as Edith Piaf in La Vie en Rose.

The Best British Film category was won by Shane Meadows’s 1980’s drama This Is England, beating off strong competition from The Bourne Ultimatum and Control.

The full list of winners:

Best Film – Atonement

Best British Film – This Is England

Best Actor – Daniel Day-Lewis (There Will Be Blood)

Best Actress – Marion Cotillard (La Vie En Rose)

Best Supporting Actor – Javier Bardem (No Country For Old Men)

Best Supporting Actress – Tilda Swinton (Michael Clayton)

David Lean Award for Achievement in Direction – Joel and Ethan Coen (No Country For Old Men)

Best Original Screenplay – Juno (Diablo Cody)

Best Adapted Screenplay – The Diving Bell And The Butterfly (Ronald Harwood)

Film Not in the English Language – The Lives of Others

Best Animated Film – Ratatouille

The Carl Foreman Award for Most Promising Newcomer – Matt Greenhalgh (writer of Control)

Orange Rising Star Award – Shia LaBeouf

Music – La Vie En Rose

Cinematography – No Country For Old Men

Editing – The Bourne Ultimatum

Production Design – Atonement

Costume Design – La Vie En Rose

Sound – The Bourne Ultimatum

Special Visual Effects – The Golden Compass

Make Up & Hair – La Vie En Rose

Short Animation – The Pearce Sisters

Short Film – Dog Altogether

 javier_bardem_bafta_press_room_07_wenn5087935.jpg

Red Carpet: Amanda Peet and husband, James McAvoy and wife,  Javier Bardem,  Jessica Biel, Kate Hudson, Keira Knightley, Kevin Spacey, Rosamund Pike, Samantha Morton, Sienna Miller and boyfriend Rhys Ifans and Viggo Mortensen.

Backstage: Anthony Hopkins, Cuba Gooding, Jr., Daniel Day Lewis, Daniel Radcliffe, Emily Blunt, Eva Green, Harvey Keitel, Hugh Laurie, Ian McKellen, Javier Bardem, Marion Cotillard, Orlando Bloom, Paul Dano, Rosamund Pike, Thandie Newton and Tilda Swinton.

amanda_peet_baftas_13_wenn1754985.jpgamanda_peetbaftas_08_wenn1754980.jpgjames_mcavoy_bafta_arrivals_25_wenn5088028.jpgjames_mcavoy_baftas_02_wenn1754958.jpgjavier_bardem_baftas_32_wenn5088521.jpgjessica_biel_bafta_27_wenn1755279.jpgjessica_biel_red_carpet_arrivals_orange_bafta_15_wenn5088072.jpgkate_hudson_baftas_52_wenn1755870.jpgkeira_knightley_baftas_31_wenn1755849.jpgkevin_spacey_baftas_16_wenn1755834.jpgkevin_spacey_baftas_44_wenn1755862.jpgrosamund_pike_bafta_01_wenn1755208.jpgsamantha_morton_baftas_05_wenn1755823.jpgsienna_miller_bafta_arrivals_20_wenn1756749.jpgsienna_miller_baftas_94_wenn5088583.jpgsienna_miller_baftas_03_wenn1755821.jpgviggo_mortensen_baftas_30_wenn5088519.jpganthony_hopkins_bafta_press_room_24_wenn5087952.jpganthony_hopkins_bafta_press_room_26_wenn5087954.jpgcuba_gooding_jr_bafta_press_room_04_wenn5087932.jpgdaniel_day_lewis_bafta_press_room_02_wenn5087930.jpgdaniel_day_lewis_bafta_press_room_15_wenn5087943.jpgdaniel_radcliffe_bafta_press_room_34_wenn5087962.jpgemily_blunt_bafta_press_room_31_wenn5087959.jpgemily_blunt_bafta_press_room_08_wenn5087936.jpgeva_green_bafta_press_room_37_wenn5087965.jpgharvey_keitel_bafta_press_room_05_wenn5087933.jpghugh_laurie_bafta_press_room_32_wenn5087960.jpgian_mckellen_bafta_press_room_01_wenn5087929.jpgjavier_bardem_bafta_press_room_21_wenn5087949.jpgmarion_cotillard_bafta_press_room_20_wenn5087948.jpgorlando_bloom_bafta_press_room_06_wenn5087934.jpgpaul_dano_bafta_press_room_36_wenn5087964.jpgrosamund_pike_bafta_press_room_23_wenn5087951.jpgthandie_newton_bafta_press_room_16_wenn5087944.jpgtilda_swinton_bafta_press_room_10_wenn5087938.jpg

 

 

 



Follow ICYDK