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Clint Eastwood Does Not Want to Take a Selfie With Jimmy Fallon

Dirty Harry has no time for Jimmy Fallon's selfie schtick

According to Jimmy Fallon, Clint Eastwood is the epitome of manliness. That was proven when Fallon asked Eastwood to take a selfie—and the actor, director, and Dirty Harry star politely, but firmly, declined on Tuesday night’s show.

Eastwood eventually relaxed his anti-selfie position and snapped a mostly flattering photo only to have it “Bonk”-ed in a mini-advertisement for Fallon’s new app, Bonk. The app recreates one of The Tonight Show’s bits where Fallon has his way with the faces of celebrities like Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, swimmers Ryan Lochte (“Ryan Bonkme”) and Michael Phelps, rocker Adam Levine, and the cast of Seinfeld transforming them into mushy-faced monsters. For the record, Eastwood did not appear particularly impressed with the app.

While Eastwood didn’t really want to take a selfie with Fallon, he was more than happy to show off his impression of former Saturday Night Live impressionist Molly Shannon.


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