You don’t know Jack! Nicholson snubs young fan’s handshake at Los Angeles Clippers game.

It only took five seconds for Jack Nicholson to crush a young boy’s dreams of shaking his hand at the Los Angeles Clippers game Thursday.

In a funny Vine video taken by a fan, a boy around 12 years old held out his hand to the oblivious 77-year-old movie star.

Once rejected, the youngster put his hand down and mustered a sad half-smile as the three-time Oscar winner located his courtside seat.

Scroll down for video

Meeting a movie star: It only took five seconds for Jack Nicholson to crush a young boy's dreams of shaking his hand at the Los Angeles Clippers game Thursday

Meeting a movie star: It only took five seconds for Jack Nicholson to crush a young boy’s dreams of shaking his hand at the Los Angeles Clippers game Thursday

Legendary Lakers fan Jack didn’t looked all that thrilled to watch the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Clippers 104-98.

The Shining actor has famously been a season ticket holder since 1970 and he’s sat courtside for the past 26 years.

Nicholson sat beside his longtime pal, three-time Oscar-winning filmmaker James L. Brooks.

Split-second chance: In a funny Vine video taken by a fan, a boy around 12 years old held out his hand to the oblivious 77-year-old movie star

Split-second chance: In a funny Vine video taken by a fan, a boy around 12 years old held out his hand to the oblivious 77-year-old movie star

Denied: Once rejected, the youngster put his hand down and mustered a sad half-smile as the three-time Oscar winner located his courtside seat

Denied: Once rejected, the youngster put his hand down and mustered a sad half-smile as the three-time Oscar winner located his courtside seat

M'eh: Legendary Lakers fan Jack didn't looked all that thrilled to watch the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Clippers 104-98

M’eh: Legendary Lakers fan Jack didn’t looked all that thrilled to watch the Oklahoma City Thunder beat the Clippers 104-98

Thick as thieves: The Shining actor sat beside his longtime pal, three-time Oscar-winning filmmaker James L. Brooks

Thick as thieves: The Shining actor sat beside his longtime pal, three-time Oscar-winning filmmaker James L. Brooks

Ouch: Coincidentally, Brooks directed the retired star's final screen role in the dismal 2010 romantic comedy How Do You Know, which grossed only 40 percent of its $120 million budget back

Ouch: Coincidentally, Brooks directed the retired star’s final screen role in the dismal 2010 romantic comedy How Do You Know, which grossed only 40 percent of its $120 million budget back

Coincidentally, Brooks directed the retired star’s final screen role in the dismal 2010 romantic comedy How Do You Know, which grossed only 40 percent of its $120 million budget back.

Also at Thursday night’s game at Staples Center was seven-time Grammy winner Rihanna cupping her breast courtside.

Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, 61, was spotted wearing his team pride in the form of a Clippers T-shirt.

And three-time Golden Globe nominee Billy Crystal, 66, already had his backstage pass as he emerged from his car outside the stadium.

Wigging out: Also at Thursday night's game at Staples Center was seven-time Grammy winner Rihanna cupping her breast courtside

Wigging out: Also at Thursday night’s game at Staples Center was seven-time Grammy winner Rihanna cupping her breast courtside.

Eye drops? Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, 61, was spotted wearing his team pride in the form of a Clippers T-shirt

Eye drops? Baywatch star David Hasselhoff, 61, was spotted wearing his team pride in the form of a Clippers T-shirt

VIP: Three-time Golden Globe nominee Billy Crystal, 66, already had his backstage pass as he emerged from his car outside the stadium

VIP: Three-time Golden Globe nominee Billy Crystal, 66, already had his backstage pass as he emerged from his car outside the stadium.

Advertisements

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s