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Tuesday, May 1, 2018

The Avengers Read Some Pretty Funny Mean Tweets About Themselves on Kimmel (Video)

If you’ve already seen “Avengers: Infinity War” multiple times but need another fix, Disney-owned ABC brought some synergy Monday night with an “Avengers”-themed edition of Mean Tweets on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.” Watch the Marvel Universe A-Team celebrate their historic box office success by wallowing in insults above.

You know the drill: famous people read the cruel things people have said about them on Twitter. For instance, Tom Holland — that’s Spider-Man to you — about whom someone tweeted “I bet Tom Holland is one of those whities who claps when the plane lands.”

Or Samuel L. Jackson, AKA Nick Fury who read the following: “While I’m comparing old men to reptiles, ever notice that Samuel J. Jackson looks like a snapping turtle?”

Chadwick Boseman might have led the most successful Marvel film not featuring all of the Avengers, but even he got dissed hard. “How did the coolest blackest dude in the galaxy end up with some whitebread-ass name like ‘Chadwick’?” read the tweet the king of Wakanda was forced to read. Sorry, Black Panther.

See the clip of part of the segment below:

“Avengers: Infinity War” landed the biggest domestic opening weekend of all time with $257.6 million domestic from last Thursday-Sunday, smashing past the record set in 2015 by “Star Wars: The Force Awakens.” The film’s worldwide total is, so far, $641 million.

Related stories from TheWrap:

How Marvel Bounced Back From Bankruptcy to Become Hollywood’s Biggest Brand

The Complete Timeline of Marvel Cinematic Universe Movies, From ‘Iron Man’ to ‘Infinity War’

‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Posts Biggest Thursday Preview Gross for a Marvel Movie With $39 Million

How Will ‘Captain Marvel’ Play Into That Wild ‘Avengers: Infinity War’ Ending?

Source: the wrap feed

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