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Anthony Hopkins Dances To Drake, Taunts Schwarzenegger & Stallone In TikTok Video

Anthony Hopkins Dances To Drake, Namechecks Schwarzenegger & Stallone In TikTok Video
May 8, 2020 - 18:49 / Lucas Anderson

Sir Anthony Hopkins wowed the web with a manic TikTok video on Thursday night. It's got some dance moves, some action star impressions, and other viral video references. See it below...

Anthony Hopkins has not lost a step at 82-years-old.

The knighted actor has developed quite the reputation for social media entertainment with posts on everything from cat videos to piano sessions and bizarre comedy bits.

But it's safe to say that he's outdone himself this time. 

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On Thursday night, Hopkins got in on the TikTok craze - and showed the kids how it's done, at that.

In the video, which he also shared on Twitter and Instagram, the actor is seen first doing "the Toosie Slide," a dance created by rapper Drake as part of the song of the same title.

After Hopkins aces the move, he launches into impressions of Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone, seemingly daring them to follow his lead and perform the "Slide."

See it for yourself below.

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He captioned the post by tagging Drake (who is @champagnepapi on Instagram): "@champagnepapi I’m late to the party... but better late than never." Schwarzenegger and Stallone are then tagged beneath. 

In the video, Sir Anthony's taunts at the action stars included, "Hey, Arnold, say 'hi to Lulu.' I'll be back," referencing Schwarzenegger's popular pet donkey, Lulu. To Stallone, he said: "Hey, c'mon, fight, Rocky! I have muscles too," with an intimidating flex added for good measure. 

We'll see if Arnold, 72, or Sly, 73, are up for the challenge. But to be fair, Hopkins' video will be a difficult act to follow.