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If you are parked on a incline of some sort or put the ebrake on after you put it in park then yes it will.
As he said, you can reduce that effect and make it easier to move the shift lever by setting brake very solid first, before putting it in Park, when there is minimal car movement.
 

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I suppose there is clunking and then there is CLUNKING. Hard to evaluate over the 'net. Some clunking is normal... especially as noted above.

Regarding use of the ebrake, I always make it a habit to use the ebrake by setting it with the tranny in N, let off the foot brake to allow the RL to settle on the ebrake, then shift to Park. If I'm on any kind of slope, I always have some movement before it settles on the ebrake.
 
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