Taika Waititi has Jimmy Kimmel interview crashed by Matt Damon

"It's the Mighty Thor, not the Mighty Bore, so maybe take a walk", Jimmy Kimmel said.

Late-night host Jimmy Kimmel on Wednesday slammed President Trump for his threat against NBC News over its license, saying it's something a dictator would do. However, surprisingly, actor Matt Damon showed up to distort the peaceful environment.

Then all of a sudden, a large Damon head was projected behind Hemsworth and Kimmel. Soon after that, his presence became problematic for the others and even more, before Kimmel distracts the situation by playing an exclusive clip from the movie.

While Kimmel was chatting with Chris Hemsworth's on stage, he cut to the green room where co-star Mark Ruffalo was hanging out with the sequel's director Taika Waititi, and apparently Damon, too.

"I didn't invite him", Hemsworth assured Kimmel as Damon began video-bombing Waititi and Ruffalo backstage. Both Hemsworth and Damon were seen hours later on the red carpet for "Thor: Ragnorak".

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"You're not on the show", Kimmel told him. Which is interesting, you know, considering his father Donald Trump is a self-admitted pussy grabber.

This feud is over 12 years old, and came from humble beginnings. The bit unexpectedly caught on, and he ended up signing off many more broadcasts the same way.

Last night's gag comes at a time when Damon could use some comic relief.

Jessica Chastain has not pulled any punches when it comes to the onslaught of sexual abuse allegations surrounding Harvey Weinstein.

Damon has since tried to clear up the issue, sitting down with Deadline to explain his side of the story.

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