Especially Bryan Cranston.
Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich, and Anthony Hopkins star in this "old people shoot guns!" action-comedy.
"You got to be intense and cry and gnash your teeth together to win an Oscar."
Hitchcock Trailer: Anthony Hopkins, Helen Mirren, and Scarlett Johansson Remake the Making of Psycho
Anthony Hopkins + a second chin = Alfred Hitchcock.
With Anthony Hopkins and a host of actresses angling for a nod.
The film arrives just a few years too late to cash in on the “We’re all connected!” genre craze.
Spot-on, down to the chinny-chin-chin.
He'll play Methuselah.
Right on the nose. Or, in this case, the chin(s).
Hopkins is surprisingly good and low-key in his first scenes, but that's not because the Old Ham has changed his ways.
Hopkins, O'Toole, McKellen, et al. also know the Fringe Scholar and the Self-Sacrificing Mentor are good for a paycheck.
With the director of 'Anvil' and the screenwriter from 'Black Swan.'
With his George VI in 'The King’s Speech,' Colin Firth joins the venerable house of British Movie Monarchs — here's their full family tree.
It's like 'The Exorcist,' but with Anthony Hopkins and a bunch of pretty young people.
Plus: ABC picks up dramatic comedy produced by J.Lo.
Thor's got daddy issues.
Anthony Hopkins in 'Thor.'
Plus: Fox and Disney announce competing versions of '20,000 Leagues Under the Sea.'
Plus: Maxwell and Jill Scott embark on a tour.
Plus: Russell Crowe has a perfectly good excuse as to why he's not wearing tights.
Plus: Suri Cruise is "so cool," says 30-year-old man.
The Wolfman’s Anthony Hopkins on Twilight, Working With Benicio, and the Problem With Mumbling Actors
"Yeah, I think it's about time I played God."