• Move over Baby Yoda, Twitter is in love with Baby Sonic now
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    Move over Baby Yoda, Twitter is in love with Baby Sonic now

    The marketing campaign for the new 'Sonic the Hedgehog' movie has taken an adorable turn.

  • Jim Carrey’s Latest Post-Impeachment Trump Artwork Has a Stench
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    Jim Carrey’s Latest Post-Impeachment Trump Artwork Has a Stench

    If you’re familiar with Jim Carrey’s Twitter page, then you know the comedian and artist isn’t one to stay silent on the ongoing saga of Donald Trump’s presidency. In the latest addition to his growing oeuvre of satirical political art, Carrey takes aim at a post-impeachment Trump, face deep into the bowl of a poop-stained toilet with a scrubbing brush.“And what’s wrong with toilets these days? Ya have to flush ‘em 15 times and no matter how hard you scrub them…the poop sticks! Out damn spot! Out, I say!,” the toilet bowl rim reads.pic.twitter.com/MqYPMyOyHX— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 22, 2019As can be seen above, the poop stains represent each of Trump’s alleged crimes or offenses, including abuse of power, tax fraud, lies (and more lies), and witness tampering and bullying. Carrey also included a few other jabs at Trump for “not being a self-made man” and for being an “unchristian hypocrite,” “lousy in bed,” and “90% illiterate.”Also Read: President Trump Impeached by US House of RepresentativesLast week, on the day Trump was impeached for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, Carrey had posted another piece of art featuring Trump as a Frankenstein’s creature-esque monster strangling his supposed creator, Vladimir Putin. The Trump monster also came wearing the president’s signature red tie with a “Made in China” label sewn on the back.“That night, Donald had a very strange dream,” Carrey tweeted.That night, Donald had a very strange dream. pic.twitter.com/Ki4GCifjON— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) December 19, 2019Read original story Jim Carrey’s Latest Post-Impeachment Trump Artwork Has a Stench At TheWrap

  • Jim Carrey Takes Aim at John Bolton ‘Cowardice’ in Latest Political Artwork
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    Jim Carrey Takes Aim at John Bolton ‘Cowardice’ in Latest Political Artwork

    Former national security adviser and ambassador to the United Nations John Bolton isn’t scheduled to testify during House hearings around the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump — and Jim Carrey thinks that is “just another profile in cowardice.”The outspoken actor on Tuesday again used his doodling skills to take on a former member of Trump’s administration. This time, he wrote “BOLTON” down the side along with, “…the tough get going and the weak get silent!”Just another profile in cowardice. pic.twitter.com/iIumZGlRHo– Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) November 20, 2019Also Read: Jim Carrey Busts Donald Trump With NSFW Cartoon About House Impeachment Inquiry VoteBolton isn’t exactly being silent about everything, of course. He stepped down from his position in the administration in September and by early November, the Associated Press was reporting he had signed a book deal with Simon & Schuster worth approximately $2 million.The title, subject and release date of the book are not known and no other details have been made public. With the deal, Bolton will become the third person to parlay a Trump administration job into a lucrative book contract.Other former ambassadors, however, are testifying this month. Wednesday was the fourth day of hearings in Trump’s impeachment inquiry and, in fact, Bolton’s name was mentioned by Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland Wednesday as someone who “knew what we were doing and why” when it came to Trump’s dealings in Ukraine.Read original story Jim Carrey Takes Aim at John Bolton ‘Cowardice’ in Latest Political Artwork At TheWrap

  • 'Sonic the Hedgehog' creator is still not sure about movie design
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    'Sonic the Hedgehog' creator is still not sure about movie design

    Yuji Naka has his doubts, even though he prefers the revamped 'Sonic the Hedgehog' character design.

  • New 'Sonic The Hedgehog' trailer shows revamped design following backlash
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    New 'Sonic The Hedgehog' trailer shows revamped design following backlash

    The original design drew fierce criticism from fans.

  • Jim Carrey Busts Donald Trump With NSFW Cartoon About House Impeachment Inquiry Vote
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    Jim Carrey Busts Donald Trump With NSFW Cartoon About House Impeachment Inquiry Vote

    Jim Carrey’s latest political cartoon leaves little to the imagination.Titled “Welcome to Nancy’s Wheelhouse,” the NSFW illustration features House Speaker Nancy Pelosi banging a gavel down on President Donald Trump’s exposed genitals. The President is shown reeling back in pain.Though the comedian has created numerous Trump-related satirical cartoons before, this is one of Carrey’s most graphic to date. He also opted not to share the image directly on his Twitter account, as he has done in the past, and instead directed interested viewers to a separate website with the disclaimer “intended for mature audiences.”This is a cartoon I call “Welcome to Nancy’s Wheelhouse”. It’s intended for mature audiences. https://t.co/BqDv8prvm8— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) November 1, 2019The illustration, published on Friday, comes a day after the House of Representatives voted in favor of a resolution formalizing the impeachment inquiry proceedings. The inquiry is now moving into its next public-facing side, and the House Intelligence Committee will begin leading public hearings.Also Read: Impeachment Update: House Approves Resolution to Formalize InquiryAs for Carrey, 2020 will also be an eventful year aside from the presidential election. On May 5, 2020, the comedian will be releasing a novel titled “Memoirs and Misinformation.” The book is described as a “fearless and semi-autobiographical deconstruction of persona” and will discuss Carrey’s experiences with “acting, Hollywood, agents, celebrity, privilege, friendship, loneliness, romance, addiction to relevance, fear of personal erasure, growing up in Canada, and a cataclysmic ending of the world.”You can see Carrey’s NSFW illustration here.Read original story Jim Carrey Busts Donald Trump With NSFW Cartoon About House Impeachment Inquiry Vote At TheWrap

  • Jim Carrey Compares Trump to Hans Gruber in ‘Die Hard’-Inspired Artwork
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    Jim Carrey Compares Trump to Hans Gruber in ‘Die Hard’-Inspired Artwork

    Jim Carrey’s ready for the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.Sharing another one of his political satires on Twitter, the “Kidding” actor turned to the “Die Hard” franchise for inspiration, depicting a Hans Gruber-esque Trump, holding a gun, falling into a blue abyss — an image taken straight out of the 1998 film. Carrey also accompanied his illustration with Bruce Willis’s catchphrase from the series, writing “Yippie-ki-yay MF!” in the post.Yippie-ki-yay MF! pic.twitter.com/RsGDodXGu3— Jim Carrey (@JimCarrey) September 26, 2019The illustration comes two days after Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced that the House of Representatives would begin a formal impeachment inquiry into Trump. The announcement coincided with mounting concern from lawmakers over a whistleblower complaint against the president that claimed he sought to use foreign power from Ukraine for his own political gain during a phone call. A memo based on the call in question, released by the White House, shows that Trump asked the Ukraine president to “do us a favor” and investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son.Trump has been a common subject in Carrey’s oeuvre; earlier this month, the comedian has depicted the president as Ronald McDonald and satirized Trump’s affinity for Sharpies, hyperbole, and his 2016 defense of the size of his penis after Trump displayed a doctored hurricane map that he had Sharpied over to make it appear as if Hurricane Dorian would be affecting parts of Alabama, when in fact it would not.Take a look at 41 other examples of Carrey’s political artwork here.Read original story Jim Carrey Compares Trump to Hans Gruber in ‘Die Hard’-Inspired Artwork At TheWrap

  • Joel Schumacher on the homophobic criticism of his 'Batman' movies: 'Batman and Robin are not gay'
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    Joel Schumacher on the homophobic criticism of his 'Batman' movies: 'Batman and Robin are not gay'

    Director Joel Schumacher has weighed in on what he sees as the veiled homophobic criticism of his Batman movies.

  • 'Sonic the Hedgehog' producer promises fans will be pleased with character redesign
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    'Sonic the Hedgehog' producer promises fans will be pleased with character redesign

    After the original backlash, Sony have redesigned Sonic - and the producer is confident fans will be back on side

  • 'Sonic The Hedgehog' delayed 3 months so they can ‘fix’ character design
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    'Sonic The Hedgehog' delayed 3 months so they can ‘fix’ character design

    Sonic The Hedgehog has unsurprisingly been delayed for 3 months so that they can fix the design.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog's horrifying 'human teeth' are stealing the show in new trailer
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    Sonic the Hedgehog's horrifying 'human teeth' are stealing the show in new trailer

    No one has spent the past decades since Sonic the Hedgehog slipped from public consciousness campaigning for his animated movie comeback.

  • 10 brilliant but underrated 90s movies
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    10 brilliant but underrated 90s movies

    These 10 films might not have set the world on fire – hell, some of them straight-up belly-flopped – but time has been kind to these underrated 90s classics...

  • Fans go crazy for Jim Carrey's Golden Globes skit
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    Fans go crazy for Jim Carrey's Golden Globes skit

    There's now calls for him to host the Oscars.

  • Sega fans aren't sold on 'weird' first look at the new animated 'Sonic The Hedgehog'
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    Sega fans aren't sold on 'weird' first look at the new animated 'Sonic The Hedgehog'

    So, we've got our first idea of how Sonic The Hedgehog will look in the planned animated movie of the Sega video game classic.