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Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster come together for the 30th anniversary of The Silence of the Lambs

Oscar-winning duo Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster reunited on Tuesday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of The Silence of the Lambs on February 14.

“ It’s a life-changing adventure, that movie, for the both of us, ” the 58-year-old Los Angeles resident said during a one-hour remote interview for Variety’s Actors on Actors.

‘I’m sure you still get people coming up to you and saying,’ You want a nice Chianti? ”

'It's a life-changing adventure, that movie, for both of us': Oscar-winning duo Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster reunited Tuesday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of The Silence of the Lambs on February 14

‘It’s a life-changing adventure, that movie, for both of us’: Oscar-winning duo Anthony Hopkins and Jodie Foster reunited Tuesday to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the release of The Silence of the Lambs on February 14

The 58-year-old Los Angeles native (L) said on Variety's Actors on Actors, `` I'm sure you will still get people coming up to you and saying: "Do you want a tasty Chianti?"'

The 58-year-old Los Angeles native (L) said on Variety's Actors on Actors, `` I'm sure you will still get people coming up to you and saying: "Do you want a tasty Chianti?"'

The 58-year-old Los Angeles native (L) said on Variety’s Actors on Actors, “I’m sure you still get people coming up to you and saying, ‘You want a nice Chianti?'”

The 83-year-old Welshman replied, ‘Oh yes they do.’

Anthony (née Philip) revealed the real-life inspiration behind his iconic character, the imprisoned and manipulative cannibal killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter.

‘He’s like a machine. He’s like HAL, the computer in 2001: “Good evening, Dave.” He just comes in like a silent shark, ”Hopkins explained.

‘I remember there was a teacher at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, and his name was Christopher Fettes. He was a movement teacher. He had a cutting voice, and he would cut you to pieces. His analysis of what you were doing was so accurate; it is a method that has stayed with me all my life.

The 83 year old Welshman (L) replied: 'Oh yes they do'

The 83 year old Welshman (L) replied: 'Oh yes they do'

The 83 year old Welshman (L) replied: ‘Oh yes they do’

'He's like a machine. He's like HAL, the computer in 2001 ': Anthony revealed the real-life inspiration behind his iconic character, the imprisoned and manipulative cannibal killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter

'He's like a machine. He's like HAL, the computer in 2001 ': Anthony revealed the real-life inspiration behind his iconic character, the imprisoned and manipulative cannibal killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter

‘He’s like a machine. He’s like HAL, the computer in 2001 ‘: Anthony revealed the real-life inspiration behind his iconic character, the imprisoned and manipulative cannibal killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter

“When I did, I thought,” This is Chris Fettes. This is the voice. This man is merciless. ” I remember the cage scene when I said, “No!” Wrong, try again. That is deadly and charismatic for everyone, for the spectator, the receiver thereof. ‘

The two-time Emmy winner fondly recalled going to the dailies of the scene where Foster’s FBI cadet character Clarice Starling stepped into a Quantico elevator with her towering male colleagues.

“I’m like,” This is brilliant, because you’re a smaller person in this big, macho man’s world, coming in as the hero, “Anthony noted.

Jodie (née Alicia) said discovering Clarice was mostly down to her rural West Virginia accent.

'You're a smaller person in this big, macho man's world, who comes in as the hero': Hopkins fondly recalled to the dailies of the scene where Foster's FBI cadet character Clarice Starling and her towering male colleagues in a Quantico elevator stepped

'You're a smaller person in this big, macho man's world, who comes in as the hero': Hopkins fondly recalled to the dailies of the scene where Foster's FBI cadet character Clarice Starling and her towering male colleagues in a Quantico elevator stepped

‘You’re a smaller person in this big, macho man’s world, who comes in as the hero’: Hopkins fondly recalled to the dailies of the scene where Foster’s FBI cadet character Clarice Starling and her towering male colleagues in a Quantico elevator stepped

'The fact that she could relate to those victims made her the hero': Jodie said discovering Clarice was mostly about her rural West Virginia accent

'The fact that she could relate to those victims made her the hero': Jodie said discovering Clarice was mostly about her rural West Virginia accent

‘The fact that she could relate to those victims made her the hero’: Jodie said discovering Clarice was mostly about her rural West Virginia accent

Huge hit: The critically acclaimed classic won the big five Academy Awards - Best Picture, Best Director (L, Jonathan Demme), Best Actor (Hopkins), Best Actress (Foster), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ted Tally)

Huge hit: The critically acclaimed classic won the big five Academy Awards - Best Picture, Best Director (L, Jonathan Demme), Best Actor (Hopkins), Best Actress (Foster), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ted Tally)

Huge hit: The critically acclaimed classic won the big five Academy Awards – Best Picture, Best Director (L, Jonathan Demme), Best Actor (Hopkins), Best Actress (Foster), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ted Tally)

She had this peace. It was almost a shame that she wasn’t taller, that she wasn’t stronger, this person trying to overcome the failure of the body they were born in, ‘the former child star explained.

‘I understood that was her strength. In some ways she was like the victims – another girl in a different town. The fact that she could relate to those victims made her the hero. ‘

The critically acclaimed classic went on to win the Big Five Academy Awards – Best Picture, Best Director (Jonathan Demme), Best Actor (Hopkins), Best Actress (Foster), and Best Adapted Screenplay (Ted Tally).

Anthony and Jodie did not address the controversy over Lambs’ problematic portrayal of transfemininity, as the audience is meant to shrink from a serial killer making a woman’s suit out of the skin.

Transphobic: Anthony and Jodie did not address the controversy over Lambs' problematic portrayal of transfemininity, as the audience is meant to shrink from a serial killer making a woman's suit out of the skin

Transphobic: Anthony and Jodie did not address the controversy over Lambs' problematic portrayal of transfemininity, as the audience is meant to shrink from a serial killer making a woman's suit out of the skin

Transphobic: Anthony and Jodie did not address the controversy over Lambs’ problematic portrayal of transfemininity, as the audience is meant to shrink from a serial killer making a woman’s suit out of the skin

Identity: In 1991, LGBT activists protested the movie because Buffalo Bill aka Jame Gumb (Ted Levine) served as a violent, derisive distortion of transgender women

Identity: In 1991, LGBT activists protested the movie because Buffalo Bill aka Jame Gumb (Ted Levine) served as a violent, derisive distortion of transgender women

Identity: In 1991, LGBT activists protested the movie because Buffalo Bill aka Jame Gumb (Ted Levine) served as a violent, derisive distortion of transgender women

The late filmmaker (R) - who died in 2017 at the age of 73 - claimed that Bill was not trans as Lecter says in the film: `` Bill is not a true transsexual. But he thinks so. He tries to be '

The late filmmaker (R) - who died in 2017 at the age of 73 - claimed that Bill was not trans as Lecter says in the film: `` Bill is not a true transsexual. But he thinks so. He tries to be '

The late filmmaker (R) – who died in 2017 at the age of 73 – claimed that Bill was not trans as Lecter says in the film: “ Bill is not a true transsexual. But he thinks so. He tries to be ‘

In 1991, LGBT activists protested the film because Buffalo Bill aka Jame Gumb (Ted Levine) served as a violent, mocking distortion of transgender women.

The late filmmaker – who died in 2017 at the age of 73 – argued that Bill was not trans as Lecter says in the film: “ Bill is not a true transsexual. But he thinks so. He tries to be. ‘

In the excellent DVD commentary, retired FBI unit chief John E. Douglas explained that Bill was a cross between real-life serial killers Ted Bundy, Gary M. Heidnik, and Ed Gein.

Compiled: In the excellent DVD commentary, retired FBI unit chief John E. Douglas explained that Bill was a cross between real-life serial killers Ted Bundy, Gary M. Heidnik, and Ed Gein

Compiled: In the excellent DVD commentary, retired FBI unit chief John E. Douglas explained that Bill was a cross between real-life serial killers Ted Bundy, Gary M. Heidnik, and Ed Gein

Compiled: In the excellent DVD commentary, retired FBI unit chief John E. Douglas explained that Bill was a cross between real-life serial killers Ted Bundy, Gary M. Heidnik, and Ed Gein

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