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Jim Carrey’s ready for the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.Sharing another one of his political satires on Twitter, the “Kidding” actor turned to the “Die Hard” franchise for inspiration, depicting a Hans Gruber-esque Trump, holding a gun, falling into a blue abyss — an image taken straight out of the 1998 film. Carrey also accompanied his illustration with Bruce Willis’s catchphrase from the series, writing “Yippie-ki-yay MF!” in the post.Yippie-ki-yay MF! pic.twitter.com/RsGDodXGu3— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) September 26, 2019The illustration comes two days after Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the House of Representatives would begin a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump. The announcement coincided with mounting concern from lawmakers over a whistleblower complaint against the president that claimed he sought to use foreign power from Ukraine for his own political gain during a phone call. A memo based on the call in question, released by the White House, shows that Trump asked the Ukraine president to “do us a favor” and investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son.Trump has been a common subject in Carrey’s oeuvre; earlier this month, the comedian has depicted the president as Ronald McDonald and satirized Trump’s affinity for Sharpies, hyperbole, and his 2016 defense of the size of his penis after Trump displayed a doctored hurricane map that he had Sharpied over to make it appear as if Hurricane Dorian would be affecting parts of Alabama, when in fact it would not.Take a look at 41 other examples of Carrey’s political artwork here.Read original story Jim Carrey Compares Trump to Hans Gruber in ‘Die Hard’-Inspired Artwork At TheWrap
Thirty years after it premiered in theaters, we go deep inside "Die Hard," the action classic with a treasure trove of little-known, behind-the-scenes anecdotes.
The next installment in the “Die Hard” franchise will no longer be titled “Year One,” but will bear the title “McClane,” a spokesperson from 20th Century Fox confirmed. Also Read: Is 'Die Hard' a Christmas Movie?
To celebrate the thirtieth anniversary of Bruce Willis’s 1988 film, as well as the impending premiere of "Skyscraper," we present the ten (well technically eleven, but who's counting) movies to take their cue from "Die Hard."
Rumer Willis has wowed on Dancing With the Stars but slipped last week in points. While Rumer and Val were in New York for a rehearsal, her famous father, Bruce Willis dropped by to surprise her. Interestingly, when asked if he would ever be a part of a show like Dancing With the Stars, the Die Hard star said, “I don’t think so. I thought about it. I put myself in that, what you guys do. I wouldn’t make it.”