February 23, 2007

Jim Carrey Shares His Weirdness, Children's Book Ideas

Apparently a couple of hundred million dollars in the bank is enough to eliminate human beings' innate desire to impress magazine reporters. Also, it clears your mind and helps you think about--if not actually write--that children's book:

You see, Carrey has found spiritual enlightenment, and it's so awesomely awesome that he just has to tell you about it. For hours. Even if you didn't ask. In fact, he has to write a book about it. "It will be more representative of who I am than anything I've ever done," he says. "I feel like I know something. These thoughts make me feel like I'm wearing gold shoes." He's thinking of calling it Be Ready to Be O.K. If that weren't begging to be mocked on VH1's Best Week Ever on its own, he's also got a children's book in him. "It's called Cynthia's New Friend. It's about how we hate change. We hate people to change because we're afraid they'll fly away."
Uh, as opposed to his towering model of somber conventionality before? "Has Jim Carrey Flipped Out?" [time.com]

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