Jimmy Fallon Does Impression Of Robert Pattinson As “Hipster Dracula” On ‘Ellen’ (VIDEO)
The talk show bit had Fallon do imitations of characters from various films, and it was DeGeneres’ job to guess which actor and movie he was referencing. First up was Marlon Brando from The Godfather, which the daytime host correctly guessed as soon as Fallon said, “I’m gonna make him an offer he can’t refuse.”
“The Tonight Show” host then ran around the stage doing his best Pee-Wee Herman, which DeGeneres was also able to figure out. But she had a bit of trouble with Fallon’s Michael Caine impression from The Dark Knight. She incorrectly came up with David Beckham and Donald Sutherland.
Next up was Fallon’s rendition of Pattinson as Edward Cullen in Twilight. “This one is gonna be tough,” Fallon said. “It’s not a great impression, so I’ll just do this,” he added, while putting up claws and hissing like a vampire. “You’re a cat,” DeGeneres guessed. But instead of actually speaking like Cullen, Fallon put on a Transylvanian Dracula voice and said, “I vant to suck your blood, but I love you.”
DeGeneres was confused, so he added, “I’m a teenage hipster Dracula. Very cool and I want to suck your blood, but I like you.” With that, the comedienne knew it was Pattinson, but forgot the title of the film. “Dark Side? Dark People?” she said before Fallon revealed the answer. As Gossip Cop has noted, Fallon used to impersonated a “bothered” Pattinson on his old “Late Night” show.
Additional impressions hilariously performed by Fallon during the movie game with DeGeneres included Adam Sandler in Happy Gilmore, Will Smith in Men in Black, and Arnold Schwarzenegger from The Terminator. Finally, Fallon had to try and imitate DeGeneres herself from the 1996 comedy Mr.Wrong. But instead of portraying her character from the film, he danced around as she does on her show and gave the clues, “likes to dance” and “hosts a talk show.”
Watch the video below of Jimmy Fallon and Ellen DeGeneres playing a movie impression game, and tell us what you think.