Published: Tue, November 14, 2017
Culture | By Stewart Greene

Ben Affleck Brings Jimmy Kimmel's Childhood Comic Book to Life

Ben Affleck Brings Jimmy Kimmel's Childhood Comic Book to Life

"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".

J.J. Abrams brought a special present for Jimmy Kimmel as the host celebrated his 50th birthday on Monday's edition of ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live".

"Jimmy Kimmel, open your eyes", Mike Tyson had the privilege of reading. "They keep giggling and whispering behind my back", Kimmel told his audience prior to the show's festivities.

Others in the trailer include Jon Hamm, Jennifer Aniston, Will Arnett, Ty Burrell, and Damon as the villainous Dr. Bolt.

In a much kinder moment during Kimmel's birthday celebration, actor Ben Affleck and director J.J. Abrams surprised the late night host by turning a comic book he created during his childhood, titled The Terrific Ten, into a full-on action flick.

He then introduced "Mean Tweets: Jimmy Kimmel edition" in which celebrities like Michael Keaton, Anthony Anderson, Amy Schumer, Liam Neeson, Larry David and David Letterman read awful things people have tweeted to Jimmy. "We were created by a weird, sad kid who grew to later become a weird, fat man. F-k Kimmel". "So you're extra gross".

Kim read out an old tweet from her husband Kanye West, who went on a Twitter rant at Jimmy in 2013 after he made a spoof about one of the rapper's freakish interviews.

Do you like Kimmel's "Mean Tweets" segment?

"Jimmy Kimmel. Man, mensch, meatball enthusiast".

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