Dec 13, 2016 05:54 AM EST

'Westworld' Latest News And Updates: Will Anthony Hopkins Return For Season 2?

"Westworld" star Anthony Hopkins who plays the role of Dr. Robert Ford in the hit HBO series admitted that he has been having paranoia at one point of his career. He was scared people will not like his work. He is also planning to return to "Westworld" on its second installment.

According to iTech Post, in the first season of the series, Dr. Ford, played by Anthony Hopkins was shot dead through the head which ended the fate of his character. Season 2 will bring a different flavour to the scene as rumors are circulating that a possible return for the brilliant actor and his character in "Westword."

Reports from Digital Spy suggest that Hopkins has no answer to questions regarding the possible return. In line with this, Hopkins said that nobody knows anything and that he is clueless about the future plans of hit HBO series. The Oscar winning actor also admitted a fearful feeling that he always had even before his career.

Anthony Hopkins admitted and explained that he is often in a state of paranoia and is very self- concsious of his works in films, tv shows, and appearances all over the small screen and big screen as well. As from what he said, he sometimes feels that his work will not impress and make the fans happy. He think of things that might lead dissapointments to his audience.

Though these are not true as seen from his brillant works, it is just how he feels. He has been paranoid of his works and overthinking things. "I do not 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 and as you know to do stuff which gets a positive response you know i have always expected the worse," he added. 

"Westworld" fans can be excited for the possible return of the famous and brillant Anthony Hopkins as Dr. Ford in the series. For more details about the latest news and updates feel free to visit Jobs & Hire.

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