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Horton Cast On Oprah!!
16 Feb 2008    

By Ryan Al-Hakim (Web correspondent)

Jim Carrey, Steve Carell and Carol Burnett are all making appearances on The Oprah Winfrey Show next Monday (February 18) to promote their new film "Horton Hears a Who!". Thatís right a whole episode dedicated to Horton!!!

From the short preview that can be found on the Oprah website the show looks excellent, all three are very energetic and the chemistry that can be seem between them looks electric. With that in mind it certainly makes the prospect of the imminent release date all the more exciting.

The show which lasts almost one hour is set to be great publicity for the film and a great viewing experience for fans of all concerned. In case you need reminding of who's who in the movie take a look at the cast list below:
Horton (Jim Carrey), Mayor of Who-ville (Steve Carell), Kangaroo (Carol Burnett), Morton (Seth Rogen), Jo Jo (Jesse McCartney), Tommy (Jonah Hill)

Horton Hears a Who!
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There are many other great names working in this feature you can check them out by clicking here or check the character guide here.

Over the coming weeks Jim will be appearing on many other TV shows, make sure you visit Jim Carrey Online to find his updated schedule.

Not only does Jim talk about Horton but he also discusses his girlfriend Jenny McCarthy with Oprah. To view the preview of the Oprah Show click here.


-- Source: The Oprah Winfrey Show. With big thanks to petdetective2000. Click to comment this article.

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