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Better than money! Even better than IOUs!
Trying to get the Dumb And Dumber sequel into production has had more wrong turns than Lloyd and Harry trying to return a briefcase to Mary
But it’s FINALLY happening!!!
In just one week, Warner Bros. dropped the project, as we reported, and Universal Pictures picked it up like a hitchhiker waiting for the shaggin’ wagon to drive by.
Directors/writers the Farrelly brothers confirmed on Twitter:
No food, no jobs, our pets heads are falling off, and now Dumb And Dumber To has been CANCELED???
Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels, after a lot of quitsies and anti-quitsies, had FINALLY agreed to reprise their Dumb And Dumber roles as Lloyd Christmas and Harry Dunne, and we reported the Farrelly Brothers' script for the follow up to their original movie was almost finished.
Now Warner Bros. has scrapped it from their slate. Maybe they’re still trying to forget the 2003 prequel Dumb and Dumberer: When Harry Met Lloyd. We certainly are!!! LOLz!
But things may be looking up in the Farrellys’ search for another distributor and financier. They shared on Twitter not long after Warner Bros.' announcement:
Wow. We are IMPRESSED.
Eva's contrast dress featured clean lines, structured shoulders, and subtle origami folding.
Looking good while having fun! What could be better?!
[Image via Alan Fearon/WENN.]
It's about time!
But this wasn't just any old ceremony!
During the ceremony, Jane said:
The Django Unchained star—who is also up for Best Male Performance— will receive the Generation Award for his work in many, many AHmazing movies.
And he'll be in great company too!
Jim Carrey has already proven he can make a potty humor argument for more gun control.
Now he's making a heartfelt one.
The comedian took a break from the comedy on Thursday to send a special salute to Martin Luther King, Jr. on the anniversary of his shooting death. He tweeted:
45 years ago today civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. was taken by an assassin's bullet. He preached and lived non-violence. 3^}
— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) April 4, 2013
Rather than repeating his view, all he did was remind us of another special person taken from us by a madman with a gun. He also tweeted: