‘Westworld' News And Spoilers: Anthony Hopkins Speaks About His Comeback And Admits To Having Paranoia

By Kristen Hortaleza , Dec 12, 2016 01:07 PM EST

"Westworld" star Anthony Hopkins, who plays the role of Dr. Robert Ford in the hit HBO series, admitted to having bouts of paranoia at some points throughout his career. In a recent interview, the actor also spoke about his recent work and his possible comeback for "Westworld" season 2.

As the final episode, "Westworld" episode 10 showed Dr. Ford arranging his death through Dolores' manipulation. His plans of making the robotic host kill him was successfully orchestrated as she brutally shot him through the skull. Now, the questions is, will this be the end of Hopkins' famous role in the series?

Though the first season of the series ended the fate of Dr. Ford's character, series creators Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy are already speaking about a possible Dr. Ford comeback in "Westworld" season 2. This is scheduled to be aired on HBO and Sky Atlantic in 2018. However, when Hopkins was asked about the matter he just answered that nobody knows anything and that he cannot give answers because he is clueless too.

The veteran actor and Oscar winner also admitted a strange fact about him. He explained that he is often paranoid and self-conscious. He sometimes would feel that his fans are not impressed with his performances and that not everyone appreciates his work.

"I don't think that makes me ultra-modest, but it is always a pleasant surprise to be regarded as 'oh that is pretty good', especially in Britain. (Laughs) You know to do stuff which gets a positive response you know...I am always expecting the worse," he added.

The 78-year-old actor also has an art exhibition that features memorable pieces and are to be exhibited at Jeff Mitchum Galleries in Both Bellagio, MGM Grand in Las Vegas. The creative contemporary artist will be showcasing limited edition serigraphs and original acrylics on canvas granted that the first to book the topic was not around a while ago.

"Westworld" fans can just look forward to the possible comeback of the famous Hopkins or Dr. Ford in the series.

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