Tell Kim Kardashian to step aside because Anthony Hopkins is the newest social media sensation.
In October, Celebrity Page highlighted Hopkins's social media presence, and in the months since, he has kept the content coming.
The 83-year-old actor is best known for his roles in the films Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal, and The Father, for which he won his second Academy Award in February. However, his popularity in film has gone digital, with over 5 million combined Instagram, TikTok, and Twitter followers.
Here is just some of what you've missed if Hopkins is not on your timeline:
A Musical Halloween Tribute
While donning a rubber mask, Hopkins took to Instagram to serenade his over 3 million followers in honor of the spooky holiday.
Words of Wisdom
In November, Hopkins shared a short video assuring fans that better days were ahead. In typical social media influencer fashion, Hopkins includes subtle product placement by spritzing on some of his unisex fragrance called AH Eau de Parfum in the post.
An Easter Skit
In this funny clip posted for Easter, Hopkins phones the Easter bunny via egg. It's safe to say, holiday-themed content is a mainstay on his Instagram.
Tuesday Tunes 🎶
While on vacation in March, Hopkins took to TikTok to show off his dance moves.
More Dancing but with a Celebrity Cameo
Celebrating with @salmahayek the dancing queen 💃🏻 https://t.co/XzbqXRqiNe— Anthony Hopkins (@Anthony Hopkins)1619631582.0
Influencer collaborations are a must, so this dancing video featuring Oscar-nominated actress Salma Hayek was a good social media move.
What is social media for if not to show off what you're eating? In his most recent post, Hopkins stirs a bubbling pot of tomato sauce while an Italian tune plays in the background.
Needless to say, follow Anthony Hopkins ASAP.
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