Sir Anthony Hopkins regularly posts short videos on the social media platforms, urging his fans to keep smiling in the midst of the pandemic
After 174 days in self-isolation, Sir Anthony Hopkins jokingly admitted, he is feeling ‘maybe not so sane’ in a recent video.
The 82-year old actor was seen working on his latest artwork and bravely fighting the quarantine blues.
The Silence of the Lambs actor has been keeping his fans updated as to what he has been up to ever since the lockdown began. Playing the piano for his cat Niblo and displaying artworks to his online fanbase seems to have taken up most of his time.
“173 days in quarantine. 174 days in quarantine, and tomorrow, and tomorrow,” Hopkins says while staring at the camera with an insane look and a menacing laugh.
Known for playing the scary cannibal Dr Hannibel Lecter, Hopkins’ recent video terrified his fans in a good way.
174 days...and maybe not so sane 🤪 pic.twitter.com/XGWMHxUfqD— Anthony Hopkins (@AnthonyHopkins) August 30, 2020
The veteran actor, who is very committed to his paintings, has recently launched an official website featuring all his works.
“I don’t think there’s any meaning in it. I just paint. I discover as I go along and I don’t analyse, I just go for it,” Hopkins wrote on his site.
Sir Anthony Hopkins regularly posts short videos on the social media platforms, urging his fans to keep smiling in the midst of the pandemic.
One of his captions reads: “Even though the heart is breaking, try to keep smiling through.”