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.
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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.
Jim Carrey used Sean Hannity as the subject of his latest political painting, but some fans are over the actor's gimmick.
Carrey describes his latest depiction of Donald Trump as his submission for the 45th president's official portrait. No word yet on what Trump thinks, but others have been vocal.
You may have noticed Jim Carrey’s paintings getting some media attention this week — both good and bad publicity. Carrey’s latest painting, however, has grabbed attention far beyond the White House.
The actress has a long history of ire toward the president, and her collection of anti-Trump artwork, for sale on Etsy, shows she hasn't made peace by any means.
Carrey is in the headlines for his painting of the White House press secretary. But he has shared a lot of other paintings in the last year — many involving Donald Trump — and we'd argue that some are more controversial.
A caricature of Sanders sends Fox into paroxysms of pain and hurt feelings that it can use for a 24-hour news cycle: let's call it "weaponized snowflaking."
As the classic thought experiment goes, if a tree falls in the forest and no one is around to hear it ... will Jim Carrey still be talking about how we don’t exist?
Can we all agree Ricky Gervais has pretty much exhausted his usefulness as a subverting presence on the Golden Globes Awards show? The first time he hosted the Globes, Gervais acted as our surrogate, making the kind of snarky remarks we make at home, saying from the stage that the proceedings were becoming tedious. When he tried to insult us by jabbing at “your future President, Donald Trump,” it was probably the first time I’ve ever wanted to defend Trump.