Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels Channel LUCY in New DUMB AND DUMBER TO Posters

     August 15, 2014


Two brand new Dumb and Dumber To posters just popped up and rather than show Jim Carrey’s Lloyd Christmas and Jeff Daniels’ Harry Dunne in the middle of some crazy antics, like hanging with Butthole, sharing a bike made for one or driving that crazy dog grooming van, the pair is parodying Lucy.  Yes, the recent Scarlett Johansson release, Lucy.  It seems like an odd choice, but there are limited options when you consider that they can only pull this kind of thing with a Universal film.  Lucy is also fresh in our minds and one of the studio’s higher openers of the year, so it does make some sense.  Perhaps The Purge: Anarchy will be next.

According to the posters, the average person uses 10% of their brain capacity.  Hit the jump to check out what Lloyd and Harry accomplish using just 1%.  Dumb and Dumber To will make its way into theaters on November 14th and also stars Rachel Melvin, Kathleen Turner, Brady Bluhm, Laurie Holden, Steve Tom and Rob Riggle.

Here’s the official synopsis for Dumb and Dumber To:

Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels reprise their signature roles as Lloyd and Harry in the sequel to the smash hit that took the physical comedy and kicked it in the nuts: Dumb and Dumber To.  The original film’s directors, Peter and Bobby Farrelly, take Lloyd and Harry on a road trip to find a child Harry never knew he had and the responsibility neither should ever, ever be given.

Via Jeff Daniels.


Via Jim Carrey.dumb-and-dumber-to-poster-jim-carrey

  • Mixed race rich kid NYC

    This is not news or something worth posting about

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  • jay

    lol 1%

  • Darkthunder

    Isn’t the “10% brain capacity” an urban myth?

    • Melwing

      Yeah, it’s incorrect.

    • Neven

      Not a myth, just VERY misunderstood… which leads to many naysayers being wrong as well. The perfect analogy for this I read a while back was “You only use 33% of a traffic light at a time.” Likewise, you DO use your brain in it’s entirety (100%), but you use different 10% at different points in time. For example, now you’re reading my comment and you’re using about 10%, mostly from the part of your cortex in charge of language comprehension. Later today, you’ll be, for example, driving your car, and you’ll also use 10%, but DIFFERENT 10%.

      To sum up, you use your whole brain, just not all of it at the same time.

  • randommale7

    Seems like they’re trying to do what The Muppets reboot did…

    • Harry

      The original Dumb and Dumber did this back in ’94. The official poster parodied Forrest Gump. Way before the Muppets reboot.