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Celebrities such as Amy Schumer, Larry David and Halle Berry celebrated Jimmy Kimmel's 50th birthday by reading mean tweets about him on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" Monday.

'Jimmy Kimmel put yourself in my shoes, ' she read. They've all come together with Abrams to act out an adaptation of "The Terrific Ten", a comic that Kimmel created as a kid. Director J.J. Abrams oversaw the video, which features Ben Affleck, Jennifer Aniston, Ty Burrell, Shaquille O'Neal, Will Arnett, Wanda Sykes, Billy Crudup, Zach Galifianakis, Jon Hamm, Jason Bateman, and Matt Damon. "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.

Damon added to the longstanding feud between him and Kimmel during the clip, taking a shot at the lame powers designated to numerous heroes and villains.

And then there was Letterman, whose only response to his tweet-"Jimmy Kimmel is not amusing".

Other A-list stars who stopped by to read off mean tweets included Will Ferrell, Jennifer Lawrence, and Stephen Colbert, who couldn't contain themselves when roasting their friend via Twitter trolls.

Another fan's tweet was read by Kristen Bell, and it urged Jimmy to "get to the gym" because of his 'flabby body'. He reads a tweet that says, "Jimmy Kimmell is that same fat kid from Win Ben Stein's Money who grew up to become that fat kid from Win Ben Stein's Money". "Turns out it was just a sloppy dude with dimples", Michael Keaton said. "So you're extra gross".



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