Jim Carrey appeared on "The Daily Show with Trevor Noah" to promote his new book, "Memoirs and Misinformation," which is dedicated to his late brother.
"Kidding" starring Jim Carrey has been canceled at Showtime. The show aired its second season earlier this year on the premium cabler. "After two seasons, 'Kidding' has concluded its run on Showtime," the network said in a statement. "We are very proud to have aired this imaginative, critically-acclaimed and rewarding series, and we would like […]
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It’s impossible. Batman Forever is currently streaming on HBO Max. After a two-movie delay, Robin finally joined Batman’s side in Batman Forever, but with Chris O’Donnell instead of Wayans in the red-and-green outfit.
While the "Kidding" star said in January that he would no longer create his headline-making political-themed paintings mocking Trump and his administration, he’s back at it.
Salma Hayek and Will Smith are showing off their gray roots as stars prioritize their health over trips to the hairdresser.
Who knew? The Weeknd and Jim Carrey are besties. While the “Starboy” singer didn’t use that exact term, he did talk about their surprising friendship in a new interview.
Sean Hayes talks about his new comedy "Lazy Susan," in which he stars as an unmotivated cisgender woman.
The actor's rep says Carrey's response wasn't "a reference to the journalist herself."
"Sonic the Hedgehog" stars Jim Carrey, Ben Schwartz and James Marsden talk about what they learned from backlash over character's initial design.
"I've decided 'You understand my message, I don't need to be steeped in it anymore,'" the actor tells Yahoo Entertainment about turning the page on his Trump administration caricatures.
If you’re familiar with Jim Carrey’s Twitter page, then you know the comedian and artist isn’t one to stay silent on the ongoing saga of Donald Trump’s presidency. In the latest addition to his growing oeuvre of satirical political art, Carrey takes aim at a post-impeachment Trump, face deep into the bowl of a poop-stained toilet with a scrubbing brush.“And what’s wrong with toilets these days? Ya have to flush ‘em 15 times and no matter how hard you scrub them…the poop sticks! Out damn spot! Out, I say!,” the toilet bowl rim reads.pic.twitter.com/MqYPMyOyHX— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 22, 2019As can be seen above, the poop stains represent each of Trump’s alleged crimes or offenses, including abuse of power, tax fraud, lies (and more lies), and witness tampering and bullying. Carrey also included a few other jabs at Trump for “not being a self-made man” and for being an “unchristian hypocrite,” “lousy in bed,” and “90% illiterate.”Also Read: President Trump Impeached by US House of RepresentativesLast week, on the day Trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, Carrey had posted another piece of art featuring Trump as a Frankenstein’s creature-esque monster strangling his supposed creator, Vladimir Putin. The Trump monster also came wearing the president’s signature red tie with a “Made in China” label sewn on the back.“That night, Donald had a very strange dream,” Carrey tweeted.That night, Donald had a very strange dream. pic.twitter.com/Ki4GCifjON— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 19, 2019Read original story Jim Carrey’s Latest Post-Impeachment Trump Artwork Has a Stench At TheWrap
The actor takes on romance, acting and celebrity in new novel 'Memoirs and Misinformation,' scheduled for May
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
The director also spoke out about drama with "not kind" Tommy Lee Jones and "psychotic" Val Kilmer on the "Batman Forever" set.
Jim Carrey's "Charlotte's Web"-inspired painting sees Trump as a pig wearing a blue ribbon that reads "a-hole."
The "Kidding" star and the Texas senator are in a public war of words over Carrey's recent painting depicting Alabama Governor Kay Ivey being aborted.
Jim Carrey has a beef with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and he’s not letting it slide without speaking up.“You let us down Mr. Mueller. You saw obstruction and washed your hands of it,” Carrey wrote in his latest artwork, which he posted Sunday. “Not indicting a President is a memo, not a law. You let a tyrant skate with ‘I don’t remember’. You gave the enemy a leg up. Live with that…’PROSECUTOR’.”The Mueller Report has come under scrutiny since Attorney General William Barr delivered the full report to Congress and posted the complete document (with redactions) online April 18. Dashing many liberal hopes, the report found no evidence of organized collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and Mueller declined to indict the president on obstruction of justice charges.Also Read: Jim Carrey Goes 'Lord of the Flies' on Trump in Latest Political Artwork“There was relentless speculation in the news media about the president’s personal culpability, yet as he said from the beginning, there was, in fact, no collusion,” Barr told reporters during a press conference in advance of the report’s release.Check out Carrey’s work of art below.TwitterRead original story Jim Carrey Scolds Robert Mueller for Letting ‘a Tyrant Skate’ in Latest Artwork At TheWrap
Ariana Grande and her idol Jim Carrey had a candid exchange about depression on social media, and needless to say, Grande was excited to hear from him.
Jim Carrey took a break from his artistic criticisms of President Donald Trump on Monday in order to draw his focus on another guy he’s pretty familiar with: Himself.Actor-artist Carrey unveiled his latest work via his Twitter account, revealing a partial face-off that he had with himself.Carrey billed the self-portrait as “a glimpse” of “what’s going on inside me.”Also Read: Jim Carrey Gives a Lesson in Fascism (With a Little Help From Benito Mussolini)In the artwork, the actor depicted himself pulling back at one of his eyes and a corner of his mouth, creating gaps that allowed beams of light to shine out from them.“Lately, my concern about the greed and corruption in our world may have you wondering what’s going on inside me,” the actor wrote of his new piece. “Today I thought I’d give you a glimpse.”Carrey concluded, “This light never goes out.”Also Read: Jim Carrey Spikes 'Overinflated Pigskin' Trump in New Political CartoonCarrey’s latest artwork drew admiring responses in the comments section of the post.“Keep shining Jim!” one fan encouraged the actor/artist.“Bless you Jim, honestly..,” another admirer wrote, adding, “you’re one of the good ones.. Never doubt your caring & concerns.. they are what the world NEEDS!!”Also Read: Jim Carrey Puts Trump on Ice in Latest Political Cartoon“Jim as well as being a stellar actor and comedian, your art reveals you to be a kind and courageous man who feels very deeply about the world & those inhabiting it,” read another response. “Empathetic people can often be overcome by all the bad things. I hope you are well.”See Carrey set a shining example below.Lately, my concern about the greed and corruption in our world may have you wondering what’s going on inside me. Today I thought I’d give you a glimpse. This light never goes out. pic.twitter.com/mSHdd1Z2iF– Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) April 1, 2019Read original story Jim Carrey Pulls Back His Own Face in Revealing Self-Portrait At TheWrap