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Check out the video (above) to see Jim Carrey bringing back his classic In Living Color character Fire Marshall Bill, during his appearance on Inside The Actors Studio.
So great to see Jim go classic on us, although we're also plenty excited for his upcoming film I Love You, Phillip Morris.
What's your favorite Jim Carrey character?
It's about time!
The flick is being distributed by Roadside Attractions, and will be released on December 3rd!
Let's see if it actually makes it to theaters! Still a ways away!
Check out the trailer (above)! Do U think I Love You Phillip Morris looks like it's worth the wait??
Well, we've certainly never seen him like this before!
Eh - is this what all the fuss and delays are about?? It's nothing THAT terrible!
Will this movie ever see the light of day?!
Distributor Consolidated took the US rights of Jim Carrey's film I Love You, Phillip Morris with plans to release it in February, then March, April and July, but now there's a dispute between Consoldiated and French film studio EuropaCorp.
EuropaCorp says that they didn't receive the $3 million advance from Consolidated while Consoldiated argues that EuropaCorp didn't deliver the film on time.
The court seems to be siding with EuropaCorp as it granted its requested for an injunction on the film and the case will head to arbitration.
So now the film won't be out next month as originally planned with a new target release date of October!
Well this is a relief!
We were devastated to read last week that the Jim Carrey/Ewan McGregor gay comedy, I Love You Phillip Morris, was delayed indefinitely. Luckily, it seems that the indefinite part was only temporary, because today it was announced that the film will have a limited run starting July 30th, with an expanded release on August 6th!
Now let's keep our fingers crossed that it doesn't get pushed back again in a few months!
Unfortunately, we're irritated to report that the the film's future is not looking too bright. Its release, which was last scheduled for April 30th, has been postponed indefinitely!
The film premiered at Sundance and generated a lot of buzz due to its blatant homolicious content. It initially failed to find a buyer, until it was acquired by independent distributor Consolidated Pictures Group.
We sincerely hope there's a reasonable explanation as to why a movie with significant attention in the media and an A-list cast could be shelved, other than the fact that it's gay-themed.
Of course, that's probably the reality of it, which we think is truly disappointing.
What do U think?? Do U think that the movie pulled from theaters because of its content??