The Oscar winner certainly wasn't acting when he slurped up the oyster on camera
Michael Douglas is showing off a new talent more than five decades into his career!
The Oscar-winning actor, 79, shared a clip of himself on Saturday devouring what he described as "the biggest oyster I have ever seen" in just 20 seconds.
The Instagram video, filmed by his son Dylan Douglas, showed the Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania star as he held up the massive mollusk for the camera and began to down it without much hesitation.
After giving the camera a nod, Douglas puckered up and began to slurp and wince, chewing on the oyster for his son's enjoyment. He then can be heard saying something along the lines of the oyster being "good" with a full mouth.
"That was good," Dylan, 23, responded as his dad set the shell down on his plate. "Cheers!"
Douglas captioned the video, "What can I say….🦪 😂," as several friends and fans alike left both congratulatory — and silly — messages in the comment section.
"No dialogue needed," wrote filmmaker Romani Flaminia. "The enjoyment can be seen through your eyes."
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Douglas' oyster-eating performance comes after his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, shared a handful of family snaps on Instagram in December. The couple and their kids enjoyed a vacation together in India over the holidays.
"Selfie stick silliness," Zeta-Jones captioned the photos, which captured her spending quality time with Dylan and his sister, Carys, 20.
The actress, 54, previously celebrated her and her husband's 23rd wedding anniversary in November, writing on Instagram: "Today we celebrate 23 years of marriage. Darling Michael, your Nobel Peace Prize awaits😂😘❤️."
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