Anthony Hopkins Explains How He Brought Hannibal Lecter to Life in Silence of the Lambs

Anthony Hopkins Explains How He Brought Hannibal Lecter to Life in Silence of the Lambs
Of all the ultimate villains in the history of Hollywood, Hannibal Lecter occupies one of the highest ranks. And while there have been many actors who have played the psychopathic serial killer, no one has quite managed to induce the same level of spine-tingling horror that Anthony Hopkins' version of the character managed with just one look. Recently the actor and his co-star Jodie Foster in Jonathan Demme's 1991 directed horror blockbuster The Silence of the Lamb revisited the making of the iconic villain and how Hopkins gave Lecter that unnerving, eerie presence. 

In The Silence of the Lambs, Foster played the character of Clarice, a young FBI agent undergoing training, is assigned the task of interviewing former psychiatrist turned cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter and use his "experience" to catch another serial killer nicknamed "Buffalo Bill." While Hopkins rarely got any scenes outside his cell, he still managed to
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