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.
As the heroes come to the realization that their superpowers aren't so super (villainous sidekick Wanda Sykes is a box of bleach, for example), Damon gets in a dig in at Kimmel.
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Affleck starred in the trailer as Muscle Man. You can probably guess which Kimmel frenemy played the villain. In contrast, The Terrible Ten and Damon spend so much time complaining about their lack of powers and embarrassing outfits that they forget to fight each other. "We were created by a weird, sad kid who grew to later become a weird, fat man. F-- Kimmel". "So, you're extra gross", Schumer read. Some of the choices were especially clever, like picking Kim Kardashian West to read a mean tweet written by her own husband, Kanye West, and David Letterman reading a 140-character burn that manages to insult not just Kimmel, but himself as well.
In a reverse move, Kimmel's favorite stars read disgusting tweets about the late night host.
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Last night, Jimmy Kimmell received a hilarious "gift" for his 50th birthday celebration.
"Jimmy Kimmel, put yourself in my shoes", Kardashian began, before finishing the explicit remark with a comedic straight face and a supportive, "Good point, Kanye".
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"Hello, I'm George Clooney", the two-time Oscar victor began.