We are upset.
Anthony HopkinsWho won Best Actor Oscar Nearly three decades ago (as stated not two decades ago), Sunday received another, refusing to give the award to the late Chadwick Boseman, saying that many of the awards would go to him posthumously. In a twist this year, the Best Actor award was the last of the evening, resulting in a sudden end to the ceremony, noting that Hopkins was not in attendance.
83-year-old Hopkins was rewarded for his performance as the father of London suffers from dementia in the play “husband,” Which appeared to be gaining momentum with voters for the homecoming of the awards season. He is now the oldest actor to have won an Oscar.
“it was easy,” He told The New York Times About playing the role. “It’s just that easy.”
In A review for the New York Times, Jeanette Katsoulis wrote, “Hopkins has never been a particularly physical actor – most of the magic happens above the neck – but here he pushes his ability to the smallest extent, the ability to limit gestures and soreness Tells. ” He said, “It’s a stunning, diabolical performance.”
Hopkins Won Best Actor Oscar in 1992 for his performance in “The Silence of the Lambs”; He was nominated twice in the categories in 1994 (“The Remains of the Day”) and 1996 (“Nixon”). He has also been nominated for Best Supporting Actor twice, although he never won.