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To coincide with the start of the NBA Finals, Jimmy Kimmel Live! has issued another all-b-ball installment of the show's popular "Mean Tweets" segment. This time out, past and present stars like Magic Johnson, Reggie Miller, Steph Curry, Wesley Matthews, Blake Griffin, Jimmy Butler and more take on their toughest Twitter critics.
"I'm convinced Magic Johnson has approximately 73 teeth in his mouth," recites the Lakers great, before flashing the pearly whites in question for the camera, while Jalen Rose stares quizzically at his phone and reads, "Can we make a »
Jimmy Kimmel is at it again! In a post-playoff game special that aired Thursday, the late night host had both former and current basketball stars read some of the hilarious (and horrific) things people have said about them on Twitter in another edition of "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets." Magic Johnson kicked things off with the following tweet: "I'm convinced Magic Jackson has approximately 73 teeth in his mouth," he said before flashing a huge smile. Tony Parker was up next on the chopping block. "People say LeBron flops, have you ever seen this little French woman named Tony Parker," he said, clearly unhappy about being called a lady. Portland Trail Blazers guard Wesley Matthews was called fat, and he had a hilarious response for his hater. "Wesley Matthews complains about every foul. Just go eat donuts on the bench you fat f--k." The buff athlete replied, "Fat f--k? F--king 6 percent body fat. »
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The Internet can be a cruel place. Fortunately, the folks at Jimmy Kimmel Live! have been able to find the humor in that cruelty. The ABC late-night show presented its third edition of "Mean Tweets NBA Edition" Thursday, featuring current and former basketball players, coaches and analysts. Magic Johnson kicked things off by reading a tweet from @groneg: "I'm convinced Magic Jackson has approximately 73 teeth in his mouth," the two-time Hall of Famer said before flashing a megawatt smile. Tony Parker was next, reading a tweet from @famouszamos17: "People say LeBron flops, have you ever seen this little French woman named Tony Parker." The San Antonio Spurs point guard then shrugged at »
Golden State Warriors player Stephen Curry has a hilarious reaction while reading a mean tweet about himself for the latest round of Jimmy Kimmel Live!'s "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" series. In the full clip, released Thursday night, Steph takes on a comment about his name, Tony Parker hears an interesting comparison, and Draymond Green can't help but crack up. Check out the preview above, then see all the best "Celebrities Read Mean Tweets" videos and Stephen Curry's cutest family photos! »
The story tells of slave-preacher turned revolutionary Nat Turner, who in 1831 led the most successful slave revolt in American history.
Haley will portray slave patrol captain Raymond Cobb while Boone Jr will play Reverend Walthall, a preacher who develops a plan to use Turner to pull his owner Samuel Turner out of debt.
The Birth Of A Nation hails from Bron Studios, Phantom Four, Mandalay Pictures and Tiny Giant Productions in association with Follow Through Productions, Infinity Entertainment, and Creative Wealth Media Finance.
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Eva Longoria's beauty will go on for-eva! Here's a 26-year-old version of the "Desperate Housewives" hottie at a Hollywood fashion show back in 2001 (left) and 14 years later ... the restaurateur -- who is celebrating the big 4-0 this weekend -- speaking at a panel in Los Angeles earlier this year (right). Tony Parker who? The question is ... Read more »
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6 items from 2015
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