The talk show host celebrated the milestone on his show Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday and discovered that a number of stars had pre-recorded themselves reading out messages from Jimmy's online haters in a special Jimmy Kimmel edition of his regular Mean Tweets segment.
"Jimmy Kimmel put yourself in my shoes. oh no that means who would have gotten too much good pussy in your life". Abrams who announced that he had directed a film based on a comic book Kimmel made at a young age titled The Terrific Ten.
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"The characters, they really spoke to me", deadpans Abrams in the clip. Alongside the iconic pairing of Affleck and Damon, the trailer also features Jennifer Aniston, Zach Galifianakis, Jason Bateman, Will Arnett, Cousin Sal, Jon Hamm, Shaq, Ty Burrell, Billy Crudup, Jake Tapper and Wanda Sykes. "And they demanded to be brought to life".
During the comedic team's confrontation with Damon, the star-studded cast realize their superhero shortcomings are due to being invented by Kimmel as a child.
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Jimmy Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment is as legendary as his Halloween candy bit. "Because we were created by a weird, sad kid, who later grew to be a weird, fat man". Episode IX director then proceeded to unveil a trailer for the film adaptation of Jimmy Kimmel's childhood brainchild.
Celebrities including Kim Kardashian, Jennifer Lawrence and Chris Hemsworth read out mean tweets about Jimmy Kimmel to celebrate his 50th birthday on Monday (13Nov17). "Turns out it was just a sloppy dude with dimples", Michael Keaton said. "So you're extra gross", shared Schumer.
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