Jimmy Kimmel takes aim at Trump threatening NBC's license

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In the gag that just keeps on giving, Matt Damon made an unexpected appearance on last night's episode of "Jimmy Kimmel Live" as an unwelcome member of Chris Hemsworth's backstage posse.

Even if you're exhausted of the Matt Damon/Jimmy Kimmel fake feud, watch this video for Chris Hemsworth's take. "It's the mighty Thor not the mighty bore", Kimmel snapped.

Hemsworth told Kimmel that Damon and his family have visited him in Australia and that Damon is his friend, but more out of pity.

Damon proceeded to hijack the giant screen that backdrops the stage, imposing his face over the skyline that normally serves as the background.

Damon finished by pretending to eat Kimmel's head. You know who else was there?

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This feud is over 12 years old, and came from humble beginnings.

Kimmel apologised for "the interruption", only to have Damon sneak in to position himself next to the director. The bit unexpectedly caught on, and he ended up signing off many more broadcasts the same way.

President Trump lashed out at late-night comedians and the media on Twitter Saturday morning, suggesting that Republicans aren't given "equal time" to Democrats on television.

Jessica Chastain has been vocal about calling out Harvey Weinstein and supporting the sexual assault victims since the matter came to light. "I had people on the record telling me Lombardo knew nothing about film, and others citing evenings he organized with Russian escorts", Waxman said. "I've learned a lot of stuff". "If there was ever an event that I was at and Harvey was doing this kind of thing and I didn't see it, then I am so deeply sorry, because I would have stopped it".

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