Jim Carrey’s Grinch Impersonation Goes Viral

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Jim Carrey in his long acting career has given some awesome, amazing and varied performances in movies ranging from Eternal Sunshine of the spotless mind to Mask. Today’s world runs on Franchise. But the process of its establishment started long before through movies like Mask. Fans were very disappointed when he refused to make a sequel.

But now fans may rejoice as he is coming back in a franchise and that too a hugely popular one. He will be playing Dr Robotnik in Sonic the Hedgehog. As everyone knows any cinematic process with a fan base is not easy to make, and this was also the same. After the trailer was released the animation of Sonic was criticised and therefore production was extended to change it.

And now after a new and improved Sonic promotions for the movie are in a full swing. We are seeing a lot of Jim Carrey.

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One of his interviews with Rotten Tomatoes has gone viral. In that he impersonates Grinch a popular character he played in the Ron Howard’s Live Action adaptation titled How Grinch Stole the Christmas?

He literally curled up his face while talking about parents who direct towards him while talking about Grinch. It is hilarious but also so awes trucking in terms of his acting capabilities. People loved and adored him in that role and it was absolutely breath taking to see him embody that.

The post already has 105.4k retweets and 511.6k likes.

In another interview with Michael Strahan, of Good Morning America which included sniffing flowers, saying things out of context and being too much. But the audience was enjoying it heartily with many commenting that they were waiting for this Jim Carrey for years.

Sonic The Hedgehog premiered at the Paramount Theatre on January 25, 2020, and is scheduled to be theatrically released in the United States on February 14.

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