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Jim Carrey offers glimpse of his “psychedelic” brain on Web

October 23, 2009

It’s hardly news these days when a celebrity launches their own web site.jimcarrey

But when it’s Jim Carrey, who is best known for for portraying multiple and often manic personalities, you’ve got to wonder which Carrey you’re going to run into online.jimcarrey2

The Canadian-born star of “Me, Myself and Irene” and “Liar, Liar” tantalized reporters on Friday by announcing that his new website would show off “the psychedelic landscape of my brain.”

“We think it will be fun,” he added enigmatically.

Carrey has been Hollywood’s go-to favorite actor for physical comedy for more than 15 years. His next outing is on November 6 in a new animated version of “A Christmas Carol” in which he plays not only of the miser Scrooge, jimcarrey-3but also the ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Yet To Come.

Carrey, inexplicably sporting a bushy beard when talking to reporters on Friday, dropped the jokes briefly when asked if there was anything he’d like to change about himself.

“I would like NOT to have a personality,” he said, adding mysteriously “Peace lies beyond personality.”

The web site www.jimcarrey.com, launches Oct 29.

Comments

i think that he’s getting to old for this stuff.

Posted by jade | Report as abusive
 

he needs to get a life.

Posted by jade | Report as abusive
 

awww i love him!! u guys are mean!! i only hope that when i\’m his age i still wanna playyyyy!!

Posted by kristin g | Report as abusive
 

just a note to the article author: WHAT ON EARTH IS “INEXPLICABLE” ABOUT A BEARD? Hair grows on a man’s face…really, really, really not liking personal interjections into reuters’ articles. GO BACK TO JSCHOOL

Posted by kellybeez | Report as abusive
 

I took a look at his website; it’s quite awesome.
Has to be one of the best I’ve seen. Great job!

Posted by Mkp | Report as abusive
 

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