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Red Dragon Premiere - Ziegfeld Theatre, New York City - Monday, September 30, 2002 (AP Photo by Albert Ferreira)

 

Hollywood Bowl Hall of Fame Gala - Friday, June 28, 2002  (Photo by Lori Shepler / LA Times)

 

People Magazine - December 11, 2000 (Photo: OK! Magazine)

Anthony Hopkins arrives for the 73rd annual Academy Awards ceremony Sunday March 25, 2001 in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Laura Rauch)

British actor Anthony Hopkins arrives at the 73rd annual Academy Awards at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, March 25, 2001./Andrew Winning (Reuters)

Actor Anthony Hopkins and unidentified companion arrive at the Vanity Fair post-Academy Awards party at Mortons in Los Angeles, March 25, 2001./Jill Connelly (Reuters)

Dino De Laurentiis receives the Irving G. Thalberg Memorial Award from Sir Anthony Hopkins, right, during the 73rd annual Academy Awards Sunday March 25, 2001 in Los Angeles. Photo by Kevork Djansezian (AP)

Anthony Hopkins gets a hug from Harvard Radcliffe undergraduate student Anna Engstrom as Hopkins tours Harvard Yard in Cambridge, Massachusetts after arriving to be honored February 15, 2001 as the University's 'Hasty Pudding 2001 Man of the Year.'  Handout/Harvard News Office/Justin Ide (Reuters)

Anthony Hopkins listens to one of his Harvard University undergraduate tour guides as Hopkins tours Harvard Yard in Cambridge, Massachusetts after arriving to be honored February 15, 2001 as the University's 'Hasty Pudding 2001 Man of the Year.'  Handout/Harvard News Office/Justin Ide (Reuters)

Photo by Jim Bourg (Reuters)

Sir Anthony Hopkins is hugged by male Harvard University students Seth Fenton (L) and Dorian Berger (R) after they dressed him in a hat of fake human fingers and a bra festooned with black lambs' heads while being honored February 15, 2001 as Harvard University's 'Hasty Pudding 2001 Man of the Year.'  Photo by Jim Bourg (Reuters)

Sir Anthony Hopkins holds the traditional 'Hasty Pudding Pot,' wearing a hat of fake human fingers and a bra festooned with black lambs' heads while being honored February 15, 2001 as Harvard University's 'Hasty Pudding 2001 Man of the Year.'  Photo by Jim Bourg (Reuters)

British actor and 'Hannibal' star Sir Anthony Hopkins playfully nibbles on the thumb of Harvard University student Suzanne Pomey after she feigned fear of the renowned film cannibal while honoring Hopkins February 15, 2001 as Harvard University's 'Hasty Pudding 2001 Man of the Year.'  Photo by Jim Bourg (Reuters)

Photo by Jim Bourg (Reuters)

British actor and 'Hannibal' star Sir Anthony Hopkins accepts a challenge from Harvard student Ben Forkner and eats fake brains from a plastic head as Hopkins was honored as Harvard University's 'Hasty Pudding 2001 Man of the Year' February 15, 2001.  Photo by Jim Bourg (Reuters)

Anthony Hopkins takes a little nibble of Suzanne Pomey's hand as Ben Forkner watches at the Hasty Pudding Theater in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, Feb. 15, 2001. Hopkins received the man of the year award from members of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals.  Photo by Lawrence Jackson (AP)

Sir Anthony Hopkins poses with Ben Forkner and Suzanne Pomey at the Hasty Pudding Theater in Cambridge, Mass., Thursday, Feb. 15, 2001. Hopkins is the 35th man to receive the award. Both Pomey and Forkner are Harvard students and producers of the Hasty Pudding Theatricals. (AP Photo/Lawrence Jackson)

Photo by Herbert Knosowski (AP)

British actor Anthony Hopkins, second right, is flanked by composer Hans Zimmer, left, producer Dino De Laurentiis and producer Martha De Laurentiis, right, prior to a news conference on his movie 'Hannibal' at the Berlin film festival 'Berlinale' Sunday, Feb. 11, 2001. 'Hannibal' was screened in addition to the other 23 movies in competition. Photo by Herbert Knosowski (AP)

Photo by Herbert Knosowski (AP)

Photo by Herbert Knosowski (AP)

Photo by Christian Charisius (Reuters)

British actor Anthony Hopkins and Italian producer Martha De Laurentiis address a news conference to introduce the film 'Hannibal' screening at the 51st Berlin Film Festival February 11, 2001. Photo by Christian Charisius (Reuters)

Photo by Christian Charisius (Reuters)

British actor Anthony Hopkins addresses a news conference to introduce the film 'Hannibal' screening at the 51st Berlin Film Festival February 11, 2001. 'Hannibal' opened at No.1 at the North American box office with record- breaking $58 million in ticket sales, according to studio estimates issued today./Christian Charisius (Reuters)

Actors Julianne Moore and Anthony Hopkins dance for photographers as they enter the Ziegfeld Theater for the premiere of the movie 'Hannibal' in New York City February 5, 2001. The two star in the movie.  Photo by Ray Stubblebine (Reuters)

Photo by Ray Stubblebine (Reuters)

Photo by Darla Khazei (AP)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Actor Anthony Hopkins places his handprints in the forecourt of Mann's Chinese Theater Janaury 11, 2001 in Hollywood.  Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Photo by Chris Pizzello (AP)

Photo by Chris Pizzello (AP)

British actor Anthony Hopkins is joined by actress Winona Ryder before he got his hands and feet in the cement at the Mann's Chinese Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2001. Hopkins and Ryder acted together in the 1992 film, 'Bram Stoker's Dracula.' Photo by Chris Pizzello (AP)

British actor Anthony Hopkins poses with his mother, Muriel Hopkins, after he got his hands and feet in cement at the Mann's Chinese Theater in the Hollywood section of Los Angeles, Thursday, Jan. 11, 2001. Photo by Chris Pizzello (AP)

Photo by Chris Pizzello (AP)

Photo by Chris Pizzello (AP)

Sir Anthony Hopkins, left, shares a hug with actress Winona Ryder Friday. Oct. 6, 2000, in Los Angeles. Hopkins was among the speakers to participate in the unveiling of Ryder's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ryder has starred in Little Women, Heathers, The Age of Innocence, The Crucible, Edward Scissorhands, Bram Stoker's Dracula, Girl Interrupted, and Autumn in New York. She received the 2165th star. Photo by Kim D. Johnson (AP)

Photo by Fred Prouser (Reuters)

Hollywood actor Anthony Hopkins arrives in Florence's historical Palazzo Vecchio for the press conference announcing the start of the shooting of the movie 'Hannibal,' Thursday, May 4, 2000. The movie, a sequel to the Oscar-winner 'The Silence of the Lambs,' will be directed by Ridley Scott, starring Hopkins and Julianne Moore, and will be filmed for five weeks in Florence and its outskirts starting next Monday, May 8. Photo by Francesco Bellini (AP)

American actress Julianne Moore, left, and Anthony Hopkins arrive in Florence's historical Palazzo Vecchio prior to the start of the press conference announcing the start of the shooting of the movie 'Hannibal,' Thursday, May 4, 2000. A sequel to the Oscar-winner 'The Silence of the Lambs,' the movie will be directed by Ridley Scott, stars Hopkins Moore, and will be filmed for five weeks in Florence and its outskirts starting next Monday, May 8, 2000. Photo by Francesco Bellini (AP)

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - Actor Anthony Hopkins (R) poses with film producer Dino DeLaurentiis (L) and director Ridley Scott, prior to a luncheon honoring Italian Academy Award nominees at DeLaurentiis' mansion in Beverly Hills, March 24. Hopkins is starring in the upcoming film 'Hannibal,' which DeLaurentiis is producing and Scott is directing. The Academy Awards will be presented March 26 in Los Angeles. Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

LOS ANGELES - Actor Sir Anthony Hopkins speaks at a reception honoring charity volunteerism in Los Angeles April 24. The event honored 15 volunteers of local charities, who received free laser eye surgeries from the Laser Eye Center in Los Angeles. Photo by Sam Mircovich (Reuters)

LOS ANGELES - Actor Sir Anthony Hopkins speaks at a reception honoring charity volunteerism in Los Angeles April 24. The event honored fifteen volunteers of local charities, who received free laser eye surgeries from a center in Los Angeles. Photo by Sam Mircovich (Reuters)

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - Italian actress Sofia Milos poses with actor Anthony Hopkins prior to a luncheon honoring Italian Academy Award nominees at Dino DeLaurentiis' mansion in Beverly Hills March 24. Hopkins is starring in the upcoming film 'Hannibal' produced by DeLaurentiis. Milos was a guest at the luncheon. The Academy Awards will be presented March 26 in Los Angeles. fsp/Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - Italian actress Sofia Milos poses with actor Anthony Hopkins prior to a luncheon honoring Italian Academy Award nominees at Dino DeLaurentiis' mansion in Beverly Hills March 24. Hopkins is starring in the upcoming film 'Hannibal' produced by DeLaurentiis. Milos was a guest at the luncheon. The Academy Awards will be presented March 26 in Los Angeles. fsp/Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Actor Anthony Hopkins (C) poses with co-star Angus Macfadyen (L) and director Julie Taymor, at the premiere of their new drama film 'Titus,' December 14 in Beverly Hills. The film is based on the story of the great Roman general Titus Andronicus and opens in New York and Los Angeles December 25. Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Actor Anthony Hopkins poses with director Julie Taymor at the premiere of their new drama film 'Titus,' December 14 in Beverly Hills. The film is based on the story of the great Roman general Titus Andronicus and opens in New York and Los Angeles December 25. Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

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BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - Actress Jodie Foster poses with actor Sir Anthony Hopkins as they arrive for the American Cinematheque Moving Picture Ball October 9 in Beverly Hills. Foster was honored at the Ball for her significant contribution to the art of film and video.  Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA - Sir Anthony Hopkins presents an award to actress Jodie Foster at the American Cinematheque Moving Picture Ball October 9 in Beverly Hills. Foster was honored at the Ball for her significant contribution to the art of film and video. Hopkins and Foster starred in the film 'Silence of The Lambs.' Photo by Rose Prouser (Reuters)

Anthony Hopkins presents Oscar-winning actress Jodie Foster with the American Cinematheque award Saturday night, Oct. 9, 1999, during a taped salute to her in Beverly Hills, Calif. The show will air Sunday, Oct. 17, 1999, on Turner Network Television. (AP Photo/TNT, Craig T. Matthew)

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