Seen "Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind"? "Man in the Moon"? How 'bout the previews for Tim Burton's take on "Alice in Wonderland"?
The experience at the star's new website – launched close to Halloween, according to Carrey's Twitter account – is nothing short of mind-bending. The Flash-heavy site (it took this visitor close to a minute just to get past the creepy loading animation using corporate broadband) takes visitors on a stirring journey through the actor's memorable roles.
In a site filled with Easter eggs, there are nods to "Ace Ventura: Pet Detective," "The Mask," and "The Cable Guy." "Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events" has prominent placement on the first landing page, and Carrey's take on Dr Seuss's Grinch appears on the side of a topiary-turned toaster. Truly bizarre.
Navigation is pretty out there too. Though a standard menu appears at the bottom, most visitors will enjoy clicking through the animated levels of the site. Tiny arrows take visitors on stirringly animated transitions – from a Carrey-centric heaven (with the star subbing for Michelangelo's Adam), to a netherworld of Carrey's imagining, to a scene filled with Canadian imagery (eh). Oh, and there's a giant squid. You have to click through it to believe it.
Carrey fans who dig deeper into the site will enjoy early clips of him from the Canadian stand-up scene, and aspiring paparazzi can click on a pop-up character with antlers to see candid snapshots of Carrey and friends. Other hidden treats include a link to the MySpace page of Carrey's daughter's band, a Carrey-ized bird that links to the star's Twitter page, and various other buttons that trigger sounds and surprises.
Check it out at jimcarrey.com
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