Jim Carrey Gives Bizarre Interview at NYFW Event

Jim Carrey

At this point you can nearly feel the joy drain from reporter Catt Sadler, who just a minute earlier was nearly giddy to be getting to talk to Jim as he walked in circles around her, acting like the clown everyone expects him to be.

Sadler tries to press him on the fact that the event was a celebration of icons, but Carrey wasn't having it. Jim Carrey said he doesn't "believe in personalities". "Do you believe in icons?" "I mean you've got to admit, it's completely meaningless".

"I think it was an existential journey", said Carrey. But they're all kind of carved and smoothed out, and it feels like a low level of despair you live in.

He could've been just trolling the E! reporter who was interviewing him.

Carrey declared the whole thing "meaningless".

"But Jim, you got really dressed up for the occasion. There's just things happening". The comedian then broke into a James Brown impression.

"I didn't get dressed up - there is no me". "We're not here? This is a dream?" He's actually been playing me.' Once that realization happens, there's kind of a rack focus, Steven Spielberg-style, you just go, 'OK, I'm not at stake here, there is no me.' I spent my whole life looking for anchors, for the flawless phrase, or the ideal thing to add to myself, and the fact is, there's no boat to anchor. "Here's the thing. It's not our world".

"We're just passing through?" she asked.

After offering the world's weirdest interview ever, Jim Carrey patted the interviewer on the back and said, "We don't matter".

But the most memorable moment from the event was provided by actor Jim Carrey.

But on the other hand, his quasi-philosophical musings seem out of place, and ineffective beyond their shock value.

According to Us Weekly, Carrey also acted unusual when he appeared on Michael Moore's Broadway show, "The Terms of My Surrender" on September 7.

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