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Sir Anthony Hopkins wants you to enjoy his personal Twitter feed with some fava beans and a nice Chianti.


Hopkins, the Oscar-winning star of The Silence of the Lambs, has developed an onscreen reputation as one of our deepest, darkest nightmares. But if you've ever met the man in person––or, better yet, checked out his Twitter feed, you'd know that he's possibly the happiest man in the world.

Have you ever wondered what it'd be like for Sir Anthony to wish you a happy Sunday?

Well, here you go:

Isn't that the most wholesome thing you've ever seen?

How about seeing Sir Anthony wish you a "Happy New Year" while donning a Hawaiian shirt?

Or Sir Anthony just sharing adorable selfies?


We know, we know. You're floored.

So are we.

HERE'S SIR ANTHONY WITH A HORSE!

HERE'S SIR ANTHONY'S KINDLY EYES WISHING YOU A HAPPY WEEKEND!

HERE'S SIR ANTHONY AT A CAT SANCTUARY.

Fans love it, by the way.





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