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    1. In 1999, Jim Carrey starred in Man on the Moon, a biopic about Andy Kaufman, a comedian slash performance artist slash metaphysical meditation on humanity. Carrey stayed ...

    2. Culled from 100 hours of footage shot throughout the movie's filming, and augmented by recent interviews, director Chris Smith's movie strongly suggests that the method approach Carrey ...

    3. Carrey was in character as Kaufman for the entire four-month shoot both on screen and off. "Jim & Andy" director Chris Smith spent eight months editing the 100 hours of footage ...

    4. In a viral clip of the interview, Carrey, who circles Sadler for a couple of rounds, starts the conversation by completely dismissing the whole purpose of the event. What’s more, Carrey ...

    5. So it’s no surprise that Jim Carrey, who invoked the impish spirit of Kaufman in order to play him in Milos Forman’s 1999 biopic Man in the Moon, got lost in the part and nearly ...

    6. The Jim is Jim Carrey, the Andy is Andy Kaufman, and the & signals the year (1999) when Carrey starred as Kaufman in the biopic Man on the Moon. The hook for Chris ...

    7. Behind the scenes, Carrey had internally expunged himself to channel the late, great, love-to-hate “Taxi” star and comedy disrupter 24/7, including long, crew-menacing stints as Kaufman ...

    8. After he got the part as Andy Kaufman in the biopic of the comedian’s life – the 1999 film “Man on the Moon” – Jim Carrey says he started talking telepathically to people until ...

    9. The “I’m Dying Up Here” got some very poignant advice on doing stand up from executive producer Jim Carrey before the show started production. At the same panel, Carrey ...

    10. Jim & Andy: The Great Beyond—Featuring A Very Special, Contractually Obligated Mention Of Tony Clifton (yes, that’s the actual title) is a documentary constructed from behind-the-scenes ...

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