It’s impossible. Batman Forever is currently streaming on HBO Max. After a two-movie delay, Robin finally joined Batman’s side in Batman Forever, but with Chris O’Donnell instead of Wayans in the red-and-green outfit.
Jim Carrey has turned serious in his online cartooning since the outbreak of social unrest following George Floyd’s death in the custody of Minneapolis police. One day after posting a tribute portrait to Floyd, the actor on Saturday released a cartoon caustically criticizing the police in Buffalo, New York, who were seen in a widely shared video shoving a 75-year-old protester who fell to the ground and was bleeding from the head.“Before the protest, Buffalo police received a tip that AARP agitators were being bussed in from Cheektowaga,” the caption on Carrey’s cartoon reads. “I’ve got his teeth but watch out… he can still gum ya!” one nightstick-wielding cop declares, holding a set of false choppers overhead as an old man lies on the sidewalk, blood pooling from his head.Another heavily armed cop adds, “Greatest generation, my ass!”Also Read: Here's Donny! Jim Carrey Conjures 'The Shining' to Taunt Trump and Boris JohnsonOn Saturday, Buffalo police officers Aaron Torgalski and Robert McCabe were charged with felony assault in connection with the injury to 75-year-old local activist Martin Gugino outside Buffalo City Hall on Thursday night. The two officers, who were also suspended without pay, pleaded not guilty to the charges.The Buffalo Police Department initially said Gugino “tripped and fell,” but video showed the two officers appeared to push Gugino until he staggered and fell hard on the sidewalk as blood accumulated around his head. Gugino was hospitalized and remained in stable condition on Saturday, an Erie County Medical Center spokesperson told the Buffalo News.pic.twitter.com/yZKrOPvVrn— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) June 7, 2020Read original story Jim Carrey Gives Buffalo Cops a Cartoon Beating After Injury of 75-Year-Old Protester At TheWrap
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Jim Carrey has a beef with Special Counsel Robert Mueller, and he’s not letting it slide without speaking up.“You let us down Mr. Mueller. You saw obstruction and washed your hands of it,” Carrey wrote in his latest artwork, which he posted Sunday. “Not indicting a President is a memo, not a law. You let a tyrant skate with ‘I don’t remember’. You gave the enemy a leg up. Live with that…’PROSECUTOR’.”The Mueller Report has come under scrutiny since Attorney General William Barr delivered the full report to Congress and posted the complete document (with redactions) online April 18. Dashing many liberal hopes, the report found no evidence of organized collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, and Mueller declined to indict the president on obstruction of justice charges.Also Read: Jim Carrey Goes 'Lord of the Flies' on Trump in Latest Political Artwork“There was relentless speculation in the news media about the president’s personal culpability, yet as he said from the beginning, there was, in fact, no collusion,” Barr told reporters during a press conference in advance of the report’s release.Check out Carrey’s work of art below.TwitterRead original story Jim Carrey Scolds Robert Mueller for Letting ‘a Tyrant Skate’ in Latest Artwork At TheWrap
Jim Carrey has slated Louis C.K. in a new painting, following comments the comedian made about the survivors of the Parkland school shooting during a stand-up set.
Jim Carrey doesn't believe in icons, yet he walked the red carpet at the Harper's Bazaar 'Icons' party on Saturday night because he wanted to find the "most meaningless thing" he could attend. Talking to E! News' Catt Sadler, Carrey slammed the event's theme.