JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

BEST OF 2003! In “Bruce Almighty,” Carrey plays a role very easy to picture him in, the role of God. Actually, Carrey plays an ordinary, down-on-his-luck guy who gets God’s powers for a week while the Big Guy takes a vacation. But nevertheless, the role–as fictitious as it is–rings close to Carrey’s own life and not just because of the eerie coincidences that have occurred over the years…



Posted on December 30, 2003 by

JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

Back to Bruce Almighty for a second, for the DVD, how involved were you guys in it? Did you do a commentary? Shadyac: Well, we’re going to get involved. It hasn’t been done yet, but actually we started talking about it very, very early on in the movie. We decided early that, because we have […]



Posted on May 28, 2003 by

JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

Jim, obviously Bruce Almighty takes you back to your roots, both comedically and working with Tom Shadyac and Steve Oedekerk. Coming from a string of dramatic pictures, most recently The Majestic, one has to wonder whether you prefer comedy or drama. Carrey: I like being creative, basically, period. I mean we (looks at Shadyac) have […]



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JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

: We’re kind of living in an uptight, PC world right now where people just seem to be looking for things to complain about in the media. Are you at all worried that the religious community might find Bruce Almighty sacrilegious? Carrey: I think I’m going to be welcome anywhere. I think I will share […]



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JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

While filming this movie, there were stories floating around about how you saved Jennifer’s life. Did you really rescue Jennifer from a falling crane or was that just another tabloid story that made its rounds? Shadyac: Oh, we remember that day very well. Carrey: Well, she had flat-lined. She had flat-lined and I, not knowing […]



Posted on May 28, 2003 by

JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

Did any names come up in that conversation? Carrey: I talked to a couple of people from the Buffalo News yesterday. It was hilarious, man. Yeah. Growing up in Toronto, you know, the Buffalo News. ‘It’s 11 o’clock, do you know where your children are?’ You know? It’s just fantastic. I loved it. That’s the […]



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JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

I’d like to follow up on something you said that intrigued me, which was the idea of faith that you have. It is well documented how hard a struggle some parts of your life were growing up, as well as your work because things turned against your family economically, and so I was surprised at […]



Posted on May 28, 2003 by

JIM CARREY COMES UNDONE

What would you teach if you were able to teach? Carrey: What would I teach? Sex education. Okay, edit, edit, edit the first three answers. (Laughs) I think humanity. No, probably art. Art would be it. Yeah. It’d be pretty strange, too. Francis Bacon… ‘Okay, look kids.’ On another note, how important is music in […]



Posted on May 28, 2003 by

SPIDER-SAM: RAIMI BRINGS A COMIC BOOK LEGEND TO LIFE

A fan of Spider-Man since he was a child, Sam Raimi was eager to bring Peter Parker’s story to life on the big-screen. He went to Columbia Pictures and, while pitching himself as the high profile project’s director, explained his love for the character…



Posted on December 31, 2002 by

SOLID: AN INTERVIEW WITH THE ROCK (part 3)

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Posted on September 16, 2002 by

SOLID: AN INTERVIEW WITH THE ROCK

“MUMMY RETURNS” STAR TALKS SMACK AND “THE SCORPION KING”! “I have a passion for the industry and the WWF, as well as a passion for film…”



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SOLID: AN INTERVIEW WITH THE ROCK (part 2)

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THE NOTORIOUS MARGARET CHO

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Posted on July 2, 2002 by

THE NOTORIOUS MARGARET CHO

She’s been called everything from “The Madonna of Comedy” to “The Taboo Buster.” She’s gone against all odds by not only stepping into a career ruled mainly by men and becoming a success at it, but also becoming one of the only Asian-Americans in the field. She’s Margaret Cho: stand-up comic, “fag hag” at heart and social equalizer for life…



Posted on July 2, 2002 by

THE NOTORIOUS MARGARET CHO

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