Since 1999, The New Yorker magazine has held The New Yorker Festival, which sounds like an appreciation event for the thousands of doctor’s offices that always make sure there’s a fresh three-year-old copy in the waiting room. It’s an event held over multiple days in which audiences can listen to “a who’s-who of the arts, politics and everything in between” talk. This year, the line-up included former White House Boglin and “little wannabe writer” Steve Bannon. However, after more famous attendees quit the festival, Steve Bannon has been removed from the lineup.
We all had to read A Tale Of Two Cities in high school, which meant the SparkNotes for A Tale Of Two Cities was sold out at every Borders (RIP) in a 25-mile radius. One thing I remember is that if Madame Defarge knitted your name, you and your neck were fuuuuuucked and heading to the guillotine. It seems like Jim Carrey is the new Madame Defarge with his portraits. He came for Donald Trump and Sarah Huckabee Sanders the other day, and now he’s shifted to the man responsible for why we spend 80% of the workday looking at a newsfeed full of cat and cooking videos. Continue reading
When Jim Carrey presented his latest artwork over the weekend, it wasn’t met with the same kind of applause George W. Bush gets for his finger paintings. Instead, a lot of people took umbrage that his portrait of a “so-called Christian” looked eerily reminiscent of the White House press briefing room possum Sarah Huckabee Sanders, and now think the only job Jim is qualified for is sandwich boy at Quiznos so long as he doesn’t try and squirt any liberal snowflake sauce on their six-inch sub! Continue reading
Jim Carrey’s messy legal fight over the death of his girlfriend Cathriona White appears to have come to an end. Of course, the messiness that is being Jim Carrey continues. But for the moment he doesn’t have to worry about swinging into court and trying to repeat parts of his performance of Liar, Liar.
The story about Jim Carrey being sued for allegedly contributing to the suicide death of his ex-girlfriend just got uglier. People reports that Jim’s attorneys filed a motion in Los Angeles court on Friday that claims his ex, Cathriona “Cat” White, had forged the results of STD tests in an attempt to extort money from him. Wouldn’t just whipping it out and pissing on her grave been easier, Ace Ventura? Continue reading
Jim Carrey hasn’t been making a whole lot of friends of late what with his pseudo intellectual nihilism schtick to the deeply disturbing allegations made against him by his deceased ex-girlfriend and her family. Has the man who was once America’s favorite clown always been prick right down to his core? According to America’s favorite cranky gramps Tommy Lee Jones, the answer is “yes and fuck that guy forever and always”.
Jim Carrey has previously talked about Tommy Lee Jones hating him on the set of 1995’s Batman Forever, but he talked about it again on the podcast Norm Macdonald Live.