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The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw
18 Dec 2014    

By Eva Araújo (Web correspondent)

Even though "Dumb and Dumber To" premiered in November 14th and there has already been an announcement of the DVD and Blu-ray, some countries have yet to release the movie in their theaters. Some of those countries - that you can check in our list in the right side of our movie area, click here - will only get a chance to see it in January of 2015.


Dumb and Dumber To


So, it's no surprise that more interviews of Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels have surfaced.

The latest one was in London to yet another local Radio station for The Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw.

Nick asks both of them if there was any nervousness in making a sequel at what Jim immediately relies by burping:"Oh I'm sorry! That was crazy but it is my answer."

Then Jim stars to blow his nose, trying to create a tune, before tossing it to the radio host who passes to his colleague and Jim says: "That's my DNA. You guys can recreate me and mix me with Bob Geldof."

Apparently the movie expert of the show didn't do enough research because she wanted to know if it was true that he has a chipped tooth. Jim invited her to get closer to take a look. Then he pretends to try and kisser: "What? I'm lonely. I'm lonely in London."

Check out the video of this interview:



What can we say? When we think Jim and Jeff couldn't get any more entertainment they do interviews like this… And totally redeem themselves! ^^

We at JCO will keep you updated as the flood of #Dumbness arrives.

-- Source: BBC Radio. Click to comment this article.

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