The comedian has previously voiced opposition to constant cellphone use, arguing in one 2013 interview on "Conan" that it erodes people's ability to empathize and feel sad.
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In an interview with Newsweek about his movie, "The Family Fang," the actor said that it's "peaceful" not to use a computer.
"My wife always says to me, because she has a computer — apparently, you can look yourself up," he said. "You can do all sorts of masochistic things. I never have that temptation."
Whenever Walken shoots a movie, the producers reportedly give him a phone just for the shoot. Once filming ends, he gives it back.
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In a 2010 interview, Ryder said that she never uses the internet. In a separate interview that year, she said that she almost never uses a computer.
"I have my email on my BlackBerry, and that's about it. I've never read a blog, ever," said the actress, who stars in "Stranger Things."
Now that BlackBerry is all but dead, we wonder how she's communicating with people. Christmas lights, maybe?
In 2011, Angelina Jolie told USA Today that she'd been browsing Amazon.com for the first time and felt overwhelmed by all the options.
"My brain is too scattered, and the wires go in different directions," she said. "I'll stick to catalogs."
Only a few years before, she admitted to not knowing how to turn on a computer.
Jolie's ex-husband isn't any different.
Aside from not being on Twitter — like pretty much every other person on this list — Pitt has explicitly said that he doesn't know how computers work and doesn't want to participate in what he calls "the publicity machine."
"There's this whole other entity that you get sucked into," he told Newsweek in 2009. "You have to go and sell your wares. It's something I never made my peace with."
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Nearly a decade ago, Elton John boldly declared that the entire internet should shut down for a period of five years.
The British musician argued at the time that music was suffering immensely from the rise of online sharing and communication.
"Let's get out in the streets and march and protest instead of sitting at home and blogging," he said in the British tabloid The Sun.
Clooney is a vocal opponent of Facebook and Twitter.
"I'd rather have a rectal examination on live TV by a fellow with cold hands than have a Facebook page, he's said.
And he told Esquire, "I think anyone who is famous is a moron if they're on Twitter."
In 2009, McAdams admitted that she listens to news on the radio, is "really bad at email," and doesn't own a TV — though this was before the rise of streaming services.