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When Anthony Hopkins was mistaken for homeless man

Tuesday - May 15, 2018 4:20 pm , Category : ENTERTAINMENT
 When Anthony Hopkins was mistaken for homeless man
When Anthony Hopkins was mistaken for homeless man
London May 15 (IANS) Veteran actor Anthony Hopkins was mistaken for a homeless man while filming BBC adaptation "King Lear" says director Richard Eyre.
A member of the public mistook Hopkins to be a homeless man while the actor was working on a new modern-day version of the Shakespeare play while filming on-location in Stevenage reports digitalspy.com.
"When we were filming there a woman in a mobility scooter rode up to Tony and said You know there s a hostel up the road... so you might want to take your shopping trolley down there " Eyre told the audience following a screening of the film.
"King Lear" wrapped up production in 25 days. It also features Emma Thompson Florence Pugh Emily Watson Jim Broadbent Andrew Scott and Christopher Eccleston.
Hopkins who starred in HBO series "Westworld" has been developing this version of the play alongside Eyre for years.
"Sherlock" star Scott - who plays Edgar - commended Hopkins work ethic saying: "What I found so extraordinary about him was how ferocious he is about being an actor. He d come in every day and you d say How did you sleep? and he d say F*** sleep I didn t sleep ."

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