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Watch Jimmy Kimmel’s Mean Tweets Music Edition!
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In honor of the Grammy’s last night, Jimmy Kimmel Live presented its most popular bit, Mean Tweets Music Edition #3.

Check out the Mean Tweets video (NSFW) below.

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‘The Brothers Grimsby’: Jimmy Kimmel’s Audience Reacts To Scene That Almost Led To NC-17 Rating
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Recently Borat and Les Miserables star Sacha Baron Cohen paid a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! and brought along a clip from his new movie, The Brothers Grimsby. The only problem with this particular clip was that it was too graphic to actually show on television. In fact, the clip was so graphic that it apparently almost got the movie an NC-17 rating. As Cohen reveals at the end they still had to trim a few minutes to get it past the Motion Picture Association of America with an R-rating, so that gives us an idea of what we’re dealing with here.

Because Kimmel was unable to actually show the clip on TV, they instead showed the audience watching and reacting to watching it. A pretty smart marketing tactic, as watching people reacting to something can sometimes make you want to see it even more than any trailer or clip would. It’s just a good thing the Fine Brothers abandoned their evil plot to take control of reaction videos.

You can check out the video below, along with a new red band trailer for the movie.

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‘Star Wars’ Night On ‘Jimmy Kimmel Live’ (Video)
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It was Star Wars night on Jimmy Kimmel Live last night, in anticipation of one of the biggest movie (and fan obsession) nights of the year – Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Kimmel interviewed director/writer/producer J.J. Abrams, who answered some compelling questions. Some of the cast faced off against a 3rd grade Star Wars expert, and Chewie and Harrison Ford squashed a feud.

Check out the clips below.

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Brooklynites Voice The ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Trailer
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By now, everyone has seen the newly released full trailer for the extremely highly anticipated film, Star Wars: The Force Awakens.

It’s awesome, right?

Well, late night host Jimmy Kimmel decided to take things up a notch when he took his west coast talk show Jimmy Kimmel Live to Brooklyn, NY, this week, where he debuted an alternate version of the trailer that was revoiced by members of his local Brooklyn crew!

Check out the Brooklynized version of the trailer here below.

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‘Back To The Future’: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd Return As Marty & Doc On Jimmy Kimmel
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Recently we saw an animated short that showed us what it might have looked like had Marty McFly and Doc Brown traveled to the real 2015 in the sequel to Back to the Future instead of the much different 2015 that was presented in the movie. The video was more of a depressing reminder of the times we live in than anything.

Now we have an even better version of this scenario. In a very special appearance for Back to the Future Day yesterday, both Michael J. Fox and Christopher Lloyd returned as Marty and Doc for a visit to Jimmy Kimmel Live! (with an added bonus cameo by a certain audition judge). And once again, the “future” wasn’t quite what they were expecting.

Click on over to the other side to watch the video, along with the interview portion with Michael J. Fox.

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