Sir Anthony Hopkins, 86-year-old sensation, is about to unleash his very own autobiography! Yep, the man who brought Hannibal Lecter to life and graced us with unforgettable performances in Westworld, Nixon, and The Elephant Man is ready to spill the beans on his epic journey through the world of showbiz.
In a recent chat with People, the two-time Oscar winner spilled the tea on his quirky writing process. Picture this: an 86-year-old maestro with a memory that can put an elephant to shame. Anthony declared, “It’s a weird process. I realized how I’m blessed with one thing. Maybe it’s my actor’s brain. I do have quite a memory. I remember days of months in the years.” Move over, memory foam mattresses; we’ve got Anthony Hopkins’ brain stealing the spotlight!
But that’s not all—there’s a documentary in the making, too! Anthony’s wife, Stella Arroyave, is the mastermind behind it, capturing the magic of his illustrious career. When asked about the progress, Anthony nonchalantly admitted, “I don’t ask her. It’s quite a lot of film. I don’t know when it’s going to come out.” The suspense is killing us, Anthony! We’re on the edge of our seats, eagerly awaiting the cinematic masterpiece that is the Anthony Hopkins documentary.
The maestro wrapped up the interview with a classic Anthony moment. Reflecting on his legendary acting career, he said, “I’m just fortunate. I went through ups and downs and depressions and despair and anger and all that stuff, but gradually the last few years [I’ve been] thinking, ‘Well, I’m still here.’” Anthony, you’re not just here; you’re rocking the universe with your wit and charm! Keep the laughs and memories coming, Sir Anthony Hopkins—we’re all ears!