“My face kind of operates on its own nowadays. It just kind of does what it wants to do. Sometimes it’s appropriate and sometimes it’s not,” he says. “Sometimes in the editing room, we’ll go, ‘That’s not human. We want to take that out.’”
“The set was so cold that I was fighting pneumonia the entire time,” he says. “Then there was going outside when it was 75 or 80 degrees in five layers of clothing and a parka.”
Acting challenges aside, Carrey cops to an affinity for his flightless co-stars. “I think that’s why we love penguins, because they don’t belong anywhere,” he says. “They’re wobbly and vulnerable, and they’re not really fish and they’re not really birds, and that’s how I feel. Probably a lot of people do.”
“I find I’m still doing things and little tricks and fun things that I created when I was 10 years old,” he says.
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