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Matt Damon and Jimmy Kimmel just can’t seem to get along. But they’re willing to put aside their differences in the name of charity.
The duo released a video on the “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” YouTube channel Saturday announcing a chance to win an “uncomfortable meal” with them. The contest is run by fund-raising platform Omaze, and the funds raised by entries benefit NEXT for Autism, a nonprofit organization that “transforms the national landscape of services for people with autism by strategically designing, launching and supporting innovative programs.”
Per usual, Kimmel and Damon lob insults at each other throughout the video.
Damon lobs a couple of physical objects, as well.
The minimum $10 donation gets you 100 entries into the contest, with larger donations earning you additional entries. Along with enjoying a meal with Kimmel and Damon, prize winners will be flown out to Los Angeles for a taping of “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” and will stay in a four-star hotel.
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