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Anthony Hopkins Mimics Wednesday’s…hand – Watch the funny video


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The 84-year-old actor took to Instagram to share a new video of himself doing his best ‘Thing’ impersonation

Sir Anthony Hopkins he’s pretty much done it all as an actor, with two Oscars under his belt, and, apparently, he can also play a severed arm pretty well.

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The 84-year-old actor posted a new video on Instagram of him doing his best impersonation “Thing” from the new Netflix series “Wednesday”.

The series stars Catherine Zeta-Jones as Morticia Addams, with whom the famous actor has starred in the movie “The Mask of Zorro in Red 2”, who left a cute comment on the video.

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The video showed his hand… walking,” while the opening theme song to “The Addams Family” played in the background.

“Happy Wednesday THING happens when an actor has free time on his hands,” the actor captioned the post.

Catherine Zeta-Jones captioned the video: “I love you so much Tony.”

The Thing has been a part of the Addams Family story since 1954, when it first appeared in Charles Addams’ 1938 comic strip.

The “Thing” also featured prominently in the television series “The Addams Family,” which debuted in 1964 and ran for two seasons.

The Severed Hand was originally played by Ted Cassidy. For the new series, the ‘Thing’ is played by the professional magician Victor Dorobantuwho has never performed before, according to a behind-the-scenes Netflix video.

“There has never been an actor. So we brought him in and started rehearsing with him to see what he could do and show him what works with walking and what doesn’t work and he nailed it from the first scene,” said Tom Turnbull, visual effects supervisor.

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