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General Hospital Tuesday Spoilers “Hard Time For Peter & Anna”



General Hospital Tuesday Spoilers "Hard Time For Peter & Anna"

During Tuesday’s episode of General Hospital, spoilers suggest that Peter and Anna are going to be feeling intensely stressed as they separately struggle over the secrets of his past. Anna has been torn over protecting her son and finding the truth about what he’s done and a sneak peek hints that this will lead to tensions boiling over.

The preview shared via Twitter shows one brief moment of Anna and Peter together during Tuesday’s episode. The two appear to be sitting on the stairs next to one another, perhaps at Anna’s home.

“No one’s gonna save you,” Peter angrily says as a concerned Anna looks at her son.

So far, General Hospital spoilers have not revealed the context of this conversation. However, it seems rather likely that there is much more to this than the tantalizing glimpse incorporated into the sneak peek.

It could be that this is a dream sequence of sorts, or Peter might be talking about how someone in his past told him that nobody would save him. If he is saying this to Anna and indicating that nobody will save her, there is surely more context that will be shown on Tuesday.

While it isn’t known exactly what prompts this angry statement from Peter, General Hospital spoilers do reveal that things are going to become increasingly difficult for this mother and son pair. So far, Anna has not been able to disprove Jason’s suspicions about Peter’s involvement in the attempt to kill Franco and Andre. In fact, the more she digs, the less confident she is that her son has been truthful about his activities.

At the same time, she is protective of him and hesitant to turn on him. According to General Hospital spoilers from SheKnows Soaps, viewers will see more of that from her as this week plays out.

Anna may be struggling, but Finn isn’t as willing to protect Peter. General Hospital spoilers indicate that Sam is going to pick up on this, but Finn isn’t going to rush to share anything with her.

Sam will try to tease out some scoop as she talks with Finn, but he’s not going to immediately be particularly forthcoming. Soon, however, that might change.

Soap Central details that this week, Peter will be caught off guard in some sense. In addition, Anna will be feeling anxious and apparently trapped to a degree.

Anna may be desperate to protect Peter, but she has a lot of people working against her on this front. General Hospital spoilers hint that Peter’s bad behavior will be revealed fairly soon, and fans are ready to see it happen.


Trivium, Megadeth and Stone Sour for virtual metal festival Slay At Home




Members of Trivium, Megadeth and Stone Sour are among the acts due to perform at an upcoming new virtual festival called Slay At Home.

The live-streamed event, which will take place across this coming Friday and Saturday (May 29-30), has been organised by Metal Injection editor Frank Godla. Fans will be able to tune in for free via the outlet’s official YouTube channel.

Dubbed as a “virtual music and art festival”, the broadcast will feature sets from Trivium’s Matt Heafy, Bush’s Gavin Rossdale, Suicide Silence, Allegaeon, Tesseract and more. Members of Stone Sour, Megadeth, GWAR, and more, meanwhile, are expected to be involved in collaborative performances over the course of the weekend.

Music aside, there will also be appearances from Orange Is the New Black star Jessica Pimentel, comedian Don Jamieson and other entertainment figures.

Golda explained: “I’m trying to look at the bright side of our current situation, and not only make this an entertaining way to see the artists you love flex their creativity in new ways, but hope this event acts as a place of discovery for every viewer out there.”

You can see the full line-up in the above video, and tune in to the Day One and Day Two feeds below.

Though Slay At Home is free to access, viewers are encouraged to make donations to MusiCares and Global Giving. The former launched a relief fund for artists impacted financially by the coronavirus crisis back in March, while the latter is raising money in a bid to help stop COVID-19’s spread and protect the most vulnerable.

Meanwhile, Megadeth’s David Ellefson recently shared a metal rendition of Post Malone‘s ‘Over Now’. “We’re all fans of Posty, and he’s also been a huge fan of Megadeth and all things metal,” the bassist said upon its release.

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Actor Anthony Hopkins: ‘My Life is an Extraordinary Series of Mistakes’




The actor Anthony Hopkins is known for his roles in movies like The Silence of the Lambs and TV series like Westworld. While the role of Hannibal Lecter is his most infamous, the 82-year-old has enjoyed a long career in Hollywood, performing in a variety of film genres. Recently, Hopkins looked back on his life and his career and shared his thoughts.

The actor’s most famous movie is ‘The Silence of the Lambs’, in which he played Dr. Hannibal Lecter

Actor Anthony Hopkins and actress Jodie Foster on the set of the movie The Silence of the Lambs | Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

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Per IMDb, Anthony Hopkins has appeared in numerous great films, including but not limited to: Howards EndThe Remains of the Day; The Mask of Zorro; Hitchcock: and Thor: Ragnarok. Hopkins also plays Dr. Robert Ford in the HBO drama series Westworld.

But the Hollywood legend is probably best known for his role in 1991’s The Silence of the Lambs, directed by Jonathan Demme. He starred opposite actress Jodie Foster. Hopkins won an Academy Award for Best Actor for his portrayal of infamous villain Hannibal Lecter.

Anthony Hopkins talks acting process, shows off his paintings on Twitter

In a recent AARP interview, Hopkins explained how his approach to acting had changed over the years.

“I’m not big on research. I used to be when I was younger, but now I don’t analyze it too much,” the actor shared. Hopkins continued on his process:

For me, acting is not hard work. I read a part until I know the text so well that I can be very relaxed. Some people like to do hundreds of takes. I belong to the Clint Eastwood school: Just get on with it.

Actor Anthony Hopkin during an interview on November 4, 2013 | Stacie McChesney/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal via Getty Images

However, he did admit to being “a workaholic.” Mostly because Hopkins is engaged in a wide variety of activities.

“I act. I paint,” he said. “I play music. I read a lot. It keeps the brain active. I’ll go on working until I drop.” Videos of Hopkins sharing his paintings — as well as the actor’s cat’s reactions — can be found on Twitter.

Hopkins also explained that his wife will often have to reel him in when it comes to his hobbies.

“Stella is good at keeping me in harness. I spend hours in the studio, painting, and she’ll come in and say, ‘Enough,’” he told the magazine. “I don’t have much common sense.”

‘The Two Popes’ star Anthony Hopkins talks acting at age 82

Hopkins also told AARP how he decides to take on roles. It’s quite simple.

“If the script is bad, I don’t do it. But when the writing is this good, you don’t have to do much,” Hopkins said.

For The Two Popes, for example, in which the actor plays Pope Benedict XVI, the character didn’t seem too big a challenge.

“All I had to do was a slight German accent and learn Latin and Italian,” Hopkins said of his character in the Netflix movie. “And I looked at photos and thought, ‘Maybe I could look like him.’”

For his life as a whole, Hopkins didn’t seem to take anything too seriously.

“My life is an extraordinary series of mistakes,” he revealed. “But if I hadn’t made decisions that seemed bad at the time, who knows where I would be?”

Hopkins mused:

I guess we’re guided by some inner force. I’m where I’m supposed to be, and I’m very happy to be right here. It’s not too bad, getting up every morning, going to the studio and dressing up like the pope.

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Jack Nicholson Got John Candy Drunk While Making ‘Splash,’ Director Ron Howard Reveals




Jack Nicholson was not in Splash. Splash was a family comedy about Allen (Tom Hanks), a man who fell in love with a mermaid and named her Madison (Daryl Hannah). At least, it was a family movie in 1984, but today Disney+ decided families can’t see Hannah’s bare buttJohn Candy plays Allen’s brother Freddie in the film.

Jack Nicholson | Walt Disney Television via Getty Images Photo Archives/Walt Disney Television via Getty Images

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Anyway, Josh Gad reunited the cast and filmmakers of Splash on his YouTube show Reunited Apart on May 26. To raise money for DigDeep’s COVID-19 relief efforts, Hanks, Hannah, director Ron Howard, producer Brian Grazer, writers Lowell Ganz and Babaloo Mandel and costar Eugene Levy discussed the film.

Jack Nicholson held up this iconic ‘Splash’ scene

Freddie is a bit of a sleaze, dropping change to look up women’s skirts, but he supports Allen’s relationship with Madison. To say he’s comic relief in a comedy shows you just how funny Candy was to rise above Hanks, Levy, Hannah and the script. In one scene, Allen and Freddie play racquetball together. Howard revealed Candy showed up late to the racquetball court.

John Candy | Joan Adlen/Getty Images

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“John [was a] totally professional guy,” Howard told Gad. “But, he’s late. One day, we had this racquetball court, and he’s late. John finally pulls up, and he kind of rolls out of a car. And he comes up and he says, ‘Ron, Ron, I’m so sorry. I’m so sorry.’ I said, ‘Well, it’s okay. You’re late but we’ll get going.’ He said, “No, no, no. Look, I’m drunk.’”

John Candy stayed up all night partying with Jack Nicholson

Candy and Nicholson never got to appear in a movie together. Apparently, Nicholson was a big fan though. Howard repeated the story Candy told him. Nicholson would have been filming either the 1983 movie Terms of Endearment or 1985’s Prizzi’s Honor, or maybe he just happened to be vacationing in the Bahamas where Splash filmed.

Daryl Hannah | Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images

[Candy said,] ‘Here’s what happened. I’m telling you the truth. I’m at the bar and Jack Nicholson’s at the bar. “John Candy,” Jack Nicholson knew my name, Ron. “Do you want to come over?” Then he starts buying me drinks. Then I said, “I gotta go shoot.” Then he said, “You’re gonna be all right kid, don’t worry about it.” He kept buying me drinks. I never went to bed, Ron. I never went to bed.

Ron Howard, Reunited Apart, 5/26/2020

Even drunk, John Candy still got the last laugh in ‘Splash’

The racquetball scene is a bit of classic Candy slapstick. He threw himself into the physical performance of the scene, but it called for Candy to hit a racquetball so it bounces off the wall and hits him in the face. Hanks was just worried about the accuracy required. Even drunk, Candy nailed it on the first try.

L-R: Tom Hanks and John Candy | Ron Galella, Ltd./Ron Galella Collection via Getty Images

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“The difficult moment was going to be the ball hitting John in the head,” Hanks said. “He came up to do it and, swear to God, the very first time John hit the ball, it came right back and smacked him in the head. We all just collapsed in laughter.”

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