(LOS ANGELES) — The Oscars were held in Hollywood, Calif., on Sunday night. Afterward, Jimmy Kimmel hosted his annual post-Oscars show, which began with Kimmel visiting Oscar host Seth MacFarlane’s hoarder-like dressing room, and uncovering his good luck charm: a key chain made of Twilight star Taylor Lautner’s fingers.
A bandaged Lautner then burst from MacFarlane’s “collection” and fled for his life, calling the host a “monster.”
Later on, Kimmel unveiled the sequel to his star-packed Movie: The Movie with a trailer for Movie: The Movie — 2V. The snippet featured an all-star cast including Rachel Weisz, Armie Hammer, Topher Grace, Jessica Chastain, Jude Law, Gerard Butler, Bryan Cranston, John Krasinski, Oprah Winfrey, Bradley Cooper, Bruno Mars, Salma Hayek, frequent Kimmel punching bag Matt Damon, Amanda Seyfried, Channing Tatum, and Samuel L. Jackson.
The fake movie’s plot poked fun at The Avengers, the Twilight films, and the recent zombie craze. In the snippet, Kimmel, spoofing The Avengers’ Nick Fury — wearing an eye patch over both eyes at times — assembles a team of people to fight an invasion of “sexy” vampires, zombies, and mummies.
Winfrey played the president — who hangs up on Kimmel — while Cooper played a stereotypical inspirational inner city teacher. Krasinski played a superhero named The Shrimp, and Tatum played a secret weapon: a giant version of himself who out sexy-dances the invaders, thanks to laser beams fired by his thrusting crotch.
Naturally, the clip also takes a shot at favorite Kimmel punching bag Matt Damon, who is put in an unflattering position in a green “motion capture” leotard, and made to simulate oral sex.
Afterward, Kimmel welcomed Tatum and his upcoming White House Down co-star Jamie Foxx, who admitted Tatum is so hot it made him want to break into a sexy R&B song.
Incidentally, the show ran long, thanks to The Oscar telecast’s longer run time, forcing Kimmel to bump a bit with 50 Cent and having Kimmel apologize that they’d run out of time for him — like he has been doing for a decade in a jest about Damon.
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