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By Tammy Bruce
Team Obama's bizarre behavior helps Gitmo terrorists foil justice
Topic - Jim Carrey
Is the movie's violence unnerving because it wants to expose the inherent ugliness at the heart of comic book action? Or because it's participating in the same sort of mindless comic book exploitation?
Hollywood's Jim Carrey — known for his vitriolic put-downs of gun owners and for a somewhat bizarre denouncement of a very violent flick he just starred in — now has issued an apology to the very same segment of society he publicly disdains.
Hollywood actor Jim Carrey may play a bad guy with a baseball bat and attack dog in his newest movie, "Kick-Ass 2" — but he doesn't like it.
In a Huffington Post blog post Tuesday night, Jim Carrey made an effort to clarify his gun-control remarks that have caused such a firestorm on social media recently.
An eBay seller that began auctioning off his autographed picture of Jim Carrey in order to buy a Glock has apparently been ordered to alter or remove his listing from the website.
An eBAY seller will be auctioning off his autographed picture of Jim Carrey in order to buy a Glock to protect his family.
Jim Carrey has delivered more than his share of great performances. But this undercover act wasn't one of them.
The only incredible thing about "The Incredible Burt Wonderstone" is that way it makes Steve Carell so thoroughly and irreparably unlikable. In a film about magic tricks, this is the most difficult feat of all.
Comedian Jim Carrey just can't quit the cracks. First he puts down the Second Amendment. Then he disses the church and religion.
South Korean rapper PSY finds his success with "Gangnam Style" so unreal that he wonders if he's being tricked into believing it _ like Jim Carrey in "The Truman Show."
We help celebrate Jim Carrey's birthday with a reminder of his best films.
Jim Carrey is launching his new website with a bang. The 49-year-old actor posted a video love letter to "The Help" star Emma Stone on www.jimcarreytrulife.com Wednesday that many online deemed "creepy." The one-minute, 53-second video shows Carrey speaking into a handheld camera and sincerely professing his love for the 22-year-old actress.
Love hurts, especially when you're 27 years older than the girl of your dreams.
Scranton regional manager Michael Scott has left "The Office," as long promised, in a fond farewell for the actor who played him, series star Steve Carell.
Jim Carrey and Gwyneth Paltrow will ring in the new year for "Saturday Night Live" with back-to-back hosting gigs.