The landmark sketch comedy series "In Living Color" -- which became famous in the early 1990s thanks to characters like clumsy Fire Marshal Bill and the dour Homey D. Clown -- has been revived nearly two decades after it last aired, the Fox network announced Friday.
"If I were a lot younger I would marry you and we would have chubby little freckle-faced kids," the actor says
Think back to your school days.
Ryan Reynolds and cast talk about bringing "Green Lantern" to life and answer your iReport fan questions.
No comedian of the past two decades has stretched himself -- and I don't just mean his face -- as much as Jim Carrey. Yet recently, it feels as if the karmic entertainment forces have been stretching him back to earlier days.
The new couple was spotted walking hand-in-hand in New York City
Jane Carrey "will remain friends" with her husband of one year, Alex Santana
The I Love You Phillip Morris star was warned that kissing a man could "get a little prickly"
The actress, now casually dating Jason Toohey, says she's working to fill her life with love
The actress insists to Oprah Winfrey that her identity did not revolve around being the comedian's girlfriend
The actress has been quietly dating former fitness model Jason Toohey for two months
We were worried that Sandra Bullock was going to disappear out there in the Texas flatlands and take a Hollywood hiatus for good. Thank goodness we were wrong.
The actress will accept the Generation Award on June 6 in her first post-crisis public appearance
In the midst of a career unremarkable by the measure of its final back-of-the-bubble-gum card statistics (89 wins, 102 losses, a 5.26 ERA) Jose Lima was for two seasons one of the best pitchers in baseball. Over 1998 and 1999 he went 37-18, with a 3.64 ERA for Houston. He was an All-Star, a true stopper, and it was in the midst of that heady and happy run, in the late spring of '99 that I spent a couple of days with Lima and the Astros, on the road in Milwaukee. Before arriving I spoke to Lima by phone. "Come to the hotel," he said. "Go to the front desk and ask for the name 'Jim Carrey'. That's me."
The newly single star takes to Twitter to address some Internet rumors
Pitt's activism site and Carrey's chatter with fans are among those recognized by the annual Webby Awards
The pair perform a surprise duet of Five for Fighting's classic power ballad
The rocker is in "good health" after undergoing emergency surgery, his rep tells PEOPLE
Miley Cyrus's boyfriend surfs and lifts weights - just don't ask him to dance!
Her mom agrees a "doctor or a businessman" would be great
"Sometimes I make an ASS of myself, yet I'm anything BUTT!" the funnyman Tweets
POLL: Who should take home the prize for the year's best viral video?
"It's a breakthrough!" he writes of his late-night Twitter binge after his breakup
"She's a strong person" and will bounce back, the Playboy founder says of 1994's Playmate of the Year
"Jim is a constant professional," a source tells PEOPLE about the funnyman, who shot a promo for Idol Gives Back
Jim Carrey gave no hint of what led to his breakup with Jenny McCarthy in his short announcement via Twitter on Tuesday, but he punctuated it with his trademark smiling emoticon.
In an amicable breakup, McCarthy says she'll "always keep Jim as a leading man in my heart"
The actor's daughter Jane delivers son Jackson Riley in Los Angeles
The actress' sky-written message hit a few snags, but ended up "flooring" beau Jim Carrey
"When youâre not turned on, thereâs generally something to talk about," Carrey says of his relationship with McCarthy
Which guy-on-guy celeb pairing has you feeling the love?
â¢ She may be in Paris to promote her upcoming horror flick The Wolfman, but Emily Blunt took a day off to explore the City of Light. The actress and three friends strolled along the Left Bank of the Seine river, stopping into the famous Shakespeare and Company bookstore before continuing on to the MusÃ©e de la Mode and its library and gift shop. Later that night, the actress joined her costar Benicio Del Toro for dinner at the Hotel Costes, where they ran into Jim Carrey and Ewan McGregor, who were in town to premiere their latest, I Love You Phillip Morris.
After months of breathless buzz, speculation, and doubt, James Cameron's "Avatar" finally arrived in movie theaters nationwide, and its box office prognosis definitely isn't blue.
Proving that Sandra Bullock is having the best year of her career, the football drama "The Blind Side" rose to first place at the box office this weekend with $20.4 million, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
The actor says the weekend wedding "was simply perfect"
It may be only the first week of November, but Disney's "A Christmas Carol" got the holiday season started by spiriting $31 million at the box office, according to early estimates by Hollywood.com Box Office.
AOL's Russ Leatherman reviews the movies "A Christmas Carol," "The Fourth Kind" and "The Men Who Stare At Goats."
Ebenezer Scrooge returns to theaters in "A Christmas Carol." CNN's David Daniel has more.
Christmas comes earlier and earlier every year, doesn't it?
Ebenezer Scrooge has been haunting the holiday season ever since Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" was published in 1843 and the miserly old geezer has also been "bah humbug-ing" the big screen for decades.
But, the reality star tells PEOPLE, she had "so much fun" on the set of Brothers
"I'm very excited," says Carrey, 47, whose daughter Jane is expecting her first child
The actor, who has had marital trouble recently, decides to postpone work on The Three Stooges
She's also taught boyfriend Jim Carrey to play poker, and is working on yoga
Jake Gyllenhaal will join the funnyman as a baseball fan who sells his soul
This year's fest will bring out Ashton Kutcher, Ben Affleck and Chris Rock, among others
If the box office this weekend is any indication of what 2009 will be like, maybe there is a reason for some optimism.
The Yes Man actress and singer plans to marry Death Cab for Cutie musician Ben Gibbard
The question is a toughie: Would audiences rather see Jim Carrey and his slightly-less-rubbery face resurrect the same comic schtick for Warners' "Yes Man" that made him a star, or watch Will Smith save souls while running through the rain in Sony's spiritual tearjerker "Seven Pounds"?
Larry King talks with Jim Carrey about his new movie, girlfriend Jenny McCarthy, and his life as a major movie star.
Jim Carrey has been making audiences laugh for years, but the star says he's really a "weird, serious person."
It's been a while since Jim Carrey did an out-and-out comedy -- unless you count "Fun With Dick and Jane," which I don't. "Yes Man" isn't going to figure in any Top 10 lists or Oscar prognostications, but it takes a simple idea and runs with it, reminding us how Carrey became such a big star in the first place.
The Yes Man star says "there are alternatives" and supports people thinking for themselves
The Yes Man star says he's "a pushover" when it comes to those two
"My whole thing on marriage is personal," she says of being with Jim Carrey
"Say hi to him," she tells crowd before dad's cameo in There's Something About Mary
The pop star joins Jim Carrey and Jenny McCarthy for a Generation Rescue benefit
Evan helped the actor see the "greatness of [McCarthy]'s spirit," he tells PEOPLE
"He could have any 20-year-old perfect girl with perfect breasts, and he stays," she says
He's in love with Jenny McCarthy, but after two failed marriages says he "really should stop"
Funny men Jim Carrey and Steve Carell lend their comedic voices to Dr. Seuss' "Horton Hears a Who!"
First the good news: As the lead character in "Horton Hears a Who!", Jim Carrey does not parade around in an elephant costume.
A new film adaptation of the Dr. Seuss classic is smart, sensible and organic
Jim Carrey has been scoring points with Jenny McCarthy's 5-year-old son, Evan – with his role as the voice of the lead character in Dr. Seuss's Horton Hears a Who.
Video courtesy Harpo ProductionsForget roses and a romantic dinner. Jim Carrey had another Valentine's Day plan for girlfriend Jenny McCarthy. "We're just gonna go everywhere she ever existed – you know, where she had her first kiss," the comedian says on an episode of the Oprah Winfrey Show set to air Monday.
Best Super Bowl XLII moment? My vote goes to Eli Manning, standing atop the Lombardi podium and sporting a grossly oversized championship T-shirt over his uniform, defiant in his doofy-ness to the last second. Of course, the commercials offered a few highlights, too -- though not as many as we always seem to expect. My favorites, in no particular order:
For Renée Zellweger, peace and quiet are golden.
You can ogle Jenny McCarthy – just don't Google her, says her protective boyfriend, Jim Carrey.
U.N. envoy to Myanmar Ibrahim Gambari discusses his four-day trip to Myanmar and his meeting with Aung San Suu Kyi.
Jim Carrey has made a straight-to-YouTube video. And it's not funny at all.
Jenny McCarthy is just like everybody else when it comes to her fitness regime: diet and exercise - and home workout equipment that she doesn't really use for its proper purpose.
Things are going great for Jenny McCarthy and Jim Carrey - but don't expect them to walk down the aisle any time soon.
"Evan Almighty" did not live up to its name at the weekend box office in North America.
Even as the great and good assemble for the annual orgy of self-congratulation that is the Oscars ceremony, you have to wonder if there has ever been a greater disconnect between the films up for the awards and the movies the studios are pumping out on a weekly basis.
Let's see: Adam Sandler has been an immature, lazy student ("Billy Madison"); an immature, lazy golfer ("Happy Gilmore"); an immature, lazy wedding singer ("The Wedding Singer"); an immature, lazy father ("Big Daddy"); and an immature, lazy son of the devil ("Little Nicky").
There's a reason certain stars get eight figures to appear in a film, and it's not talent.
Few could have predicted that Bill Murray, Jim Carrey or Adam Sandler would ever be taken seriously as actors, so hear me out when I say that Will Ferrell, over the next decade, could make a similar transformation.
Based on the first three novels of the deliciously malicious "Lemony Snicket" series, "A Series of Unfortunate Events" chronicles the misfortunes of the three extraordinary Baudelaire orphans, who are left in the not-so-loving care of a wickedly eccentric actor after their parents die in a mysterious fire.
In his opening statements to a jury, Michael Jackson's lead defense attorney said Monday that the mother of his client's accuser has a long history of using her son's illness to pry money from celebrities.
How much would you pay to name a new species? It's a mammal. Now how much would you pay? Not only is it a mammal, it's a monkey, a cute, furry little primate from the Bolivian rainforest.
Daniel Handler has a vested interest in hoping the movie "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" -- expected to be a big holiday draw -- plays well.
Now would be a good time to stop and take a look at the state of comedy in film.
Maybe hiring a quack to erase the memories of an ex-girlfriend wasn't such a smart move for Jim Carrey in Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind. But most investors would do well to cultivate a litt...
Andrew McCarthy can admit now that he wasn't exactly in the pink while shooting the movie "Pretty in Pink."
Jim Carrey says he couldn't have played the lead role in "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind" if he hadn't been through some painful relationships.
Just four words can sum up "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind": Screenplay by Charlie Kaufman.
In "Requiem for a Nun," William Faulkner made the famous observation, "The past is never dead. It's not even past."
Convinced that the world revolves around you--or, at least, that it should? Several controversial new devices enable the self-absorbed consumer to make life a little more like The Truman Show, only...
If you're old enough to attend an R-rated movie without a chaperone, you probably sympathize with Esquire's assessment of this past summer. After sitting through "one crappy blockbuster after anoth...
On a sunny August afternoon in Los Angeles, a crowd of teens gathers outside the studios of Nickelodeon, the children's cable television network. They've come to this seedy stretch of Sunset Boulev...
Road shows--when bankers take executives schmoozing before an IPO--are famously dreary. To ease the pain, Boston Coach (800-558-3910; bostoncoach.com) has started a Road Show Service. The 24-hour h...
When it comes to strengthening those domestic bonds, you can't beat a family trip into the scenic American countryside. Except for the family, of course. And the trip. Oh, yeah--and the scenic Amer...
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