Celebrity Nano-Impressions with Jim Meskimen | Vanity Fair

Impression master Jim Meskimen nails the tiny moments of A-list actors, including Paul Giamatti not holding the elevator door open, Bryan Cranston having trouble with border control, and Alan Rickman responding to his LinkedIn requests. Full list of impressions below:

Bill Clinton pretends to like a home-cooked meal
Sir Ian McKellan thinks he won the lottery then realizes he didn’t
Colin Firth can’t get his arm into his jacket
Woody Allen goes over 140 characters on Twitter
Paul Giamatti doesn’t hold the elevator door open
Christopher Walken determines if milk has gone bad
Kit Harington tries to describe “ice” during a game of Taboo
Robin Williams doesn’t know who he’s singing “Happy Birthday” to
John Malkovich compliments an ugly baby
Tommy Lee Jones gets fed up with autocorrect
Alan Rickman responds to his LinkedIn requests
Jay Leno won’t change out of his denim shirt
Dustin Hoffman can’t believe Starbucks’ prices
William Shatner applies the five second rule
Bryan Cranston has trouble at border control
Robert De Niro confronts someone who didn’t clean up after their dog
Morgan Freeman can’t find the end of a roll of packing tape
Ron Howard thinks about sex mid-sentence
Nicolas Cage gets brain freeze

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