Showtime has renewed Jim Carrey’s comedy, “Kidding” for a second season. “Kidding” was created and executive produced by Dave Holstein, who wrote multiple episodes and serves as showrunner. The series follows Carrey as Jeff, aka Mr. Pickles, a beloved children’s entertainer who sees his own life upended as his personal relationships begin to implode.
Jim Carrey wasted no time reacting to the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh on Saturday. Following the Senate’s confirmation of Kavanaugh by a 50-48 vote, actor-artist Carrey took to Twitter to pay tribute to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who accused Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct against her decades ago. The actor’s latest artwork depicted Ford awash in the colors red, white and blue.
Jim Carrey's latest work of art features Arizona Republican Sen. Jeff Flake in a recognizable scene.
Jim Carrey was back at the drawing board Friday night, this time depicting his contempt for Sen. Lindsey Graham and Graham’s fury at Democrats during Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s testimony before the Senate Judicial Committee on Thursday. Carrey’s latest artwork portrayed Graham as squinty-eyed and toothy. The senator accused Democrats of unfairly attacking Kavanaugh after the testimony of Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who accuses the judge of sexually assaulting her in 1982.
Hollywood wasted no time bowing out of the event, but the New Yorker was forced to reconsider its decision.
President Trump’s raucous rallies campaigning for Republican candidates before the November midterm election have gotten Jim Carrey’s attention… and not in a good way. The actor’s latest work of art has an angry Trump screaming in the foreground, with the stars and stripes of the America flag in a heap behind him. “Donald Trump is now inciting civil unrest at his rallies, threatening the safety of our citizens.
In a wide-ranging cover story for The Hollywood Reporter, Carrey, 56, discussed his long retreat from the entertainment industry.
Jim Carrey didn't say his controversial painting of Sarah Sanders was ugly — you did. While the actor was promoting his new Showtime series, "Kidding,"- at the Television Critics Association press tour on Monday, Carrey talked about his politically charged paintings that have been drawing attention for months.
EXCLUSIVE : Here’s an intriguing combination: Jim Carrey and Sonic The Hedgehog . Sources said Carrey is negotiating to star in the Paramount film in the role of Robotnik, a villain in the live action/CGI adaptation of the hit Sega video game. Pic stars James Marsden and Tika Sumpter and is directed by Jeff Fowler. Neal Moritz, Mie Onishi and Tim Miller are producers. Pat Casey & Josh Miller wrote the script. Sonic must stop Dr. Eggman from completing his plans for world…
First lady Melania Trump received a dressing-down from Jim Carrey on Thursday over her choice of attire during her visit to the Mexican border. Carrey took Trump to task via an artwork posted to his Twitter account, after she wore a jacket bearing the message, “I really don’t care, do u?” emblazoned on the back. “Nothing comforts a federally-abducted refugee child like a photo op with a Slovenian model wearing a coat that says she doesn’t give two craps about your misery,” Carrey wrote in a message accompanying the artwork.
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Calvin from the famous daily comic strip "Calvin and Hobbes" makes an appearance in Carrey's latest artwork.
Rudy "Ghouliani" is just the latest of Carrey's subjects. Keep checking back as we'll continue to update this collection of the prolific painter's greatest (and most controversial) hits.
The two former co-stars reminisced about filming the 1994 comedy and shared the secret to their chemistry.