Jim Carrey Wrote A New Memoir Titled Memoirs And Misinformation
According to a report from Entertainment Tonight, Jim Carrey recently completed a memoir called, Memoirs and Misinformation, which will be released next year sometime.
Carrey's book has been described as a "fearless and semi-autobiographical deconstruction of persona," which purports to address topics such as privilege, celebrity, agents, Hollywood, and more.
Moreover, the book has been described as believing the "cataclysmic ending of the world" is looming. Jim co-wrote the book with the novelist, Dana Vachon, with Sonny Mehta, serving as the editor in chief of Knopf. In a statement, Sonny wrote that Jim's book is incredibly "revealing.
Furthermore, the book has been described as "highly entertaining" as well as a look "inside the mind of an artist," including the "life that shaped him" and the reality he lives in today. Jim, who intends on doing a book tour as well as appear on numerous programs, stated that "none of this is real and all of it is true."
Fans of Jim know him from a plethora of productions over the years, including In Living Color, How The Grinch Stole Christmas, The Mask, Ace Ventura, and Eternal Sunshine Of A Spotless Mind, as well as The Truman Show.
In recent news, Jim has been outspoken in his criticism of the president of the United States, Donald Trump, which he has often expressed through his artwork posted on Twitter. Jim has addressed other topics in the media as well including the Louis CK scandal, where the comedian was heavily criticized for his jokes on school children in mass shootings.
However, Jim's reputation has been marred by problems, including the death of his ex-girlfriend, Cathriona White. Previous reports claimed The Mask alum infected her with a number of different STIs, and their breakup subsequently led to her suicide claims White's mother.
Moreover, his ex-girlfriend's mother and family filed a lawsuit against him as well, whose details were never disclosed. Back in 2018, Jim made an appearence at NYFW held by E! Entertainment and criticized the idea of "Icons," which subsequently became a meme on social media, particularly YouTube.