Bruce Almighty almost got a sequel where Jim Carrey had the powers of the devil

It has been revealed to be Jim Carrey’s hit 2003 film Bruce Almighty almost had two sequels.

Screenwriters Steve Koren and Mark O’Keefe shared their plans for Brucifera Bruce Almighty Sequel in which Carrey’s character would have gained the powers of a devil instead of god.

In the original film, Carrey plays Bruce Nolan, a television reporter who complains to God about not doing his job properly and is offered a chance to spend a week trying to be God himself.

“[Carrey’s] manager and wanted to do him brucifer,‘ Koren said Syfy. “We went in and proposed it, but it never quite worked out because it was later… It would have been another huge movie, and I don’t think they wanted to do it. For some reason it just didn’t work out, but a lot of people loved it, including Jim.”

While Brucifer never made it past the pitching stage, Bruce Almighty ended up getting a sequel in the form of 2007 anyway Evan Almighty.

The sequel expanded the character of Evan Baxter, played by Steve Carell, and turned him into a modern-day Noah.

Earlier this year, Carrey responded to a bizarre claim that he was one of “several different people” playing US President Joe Biden.

In a video shared on Twitter by Jason Selvig of The Good Liars — a comedy duo that regularly interviews conservative Americans on political issues — a supporter of Donald Trump discussed her belief that Biden is actually dead and that several actors are standing up for him.

After watching the video online, The mask The actor responded to the clip, writing: “Oh dear.”

The video shows Selvig speaking to a woman, who says, “The guy trying to wake people up is an actor wearing a mask.

“I mean, there are several different people playing Joe Biden at this point,” she added. Bruce Almighty almost got a sequel where Jim Carrey had the powers of the devil


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