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January 06 2007

Tom Lenk will appear in Jim Carrey thriller. Found this film today at IMDb. The one user comment indicated they thought Jim Carrey was strong in this film by Lost Boys director Joel Schumacher. Tom plays a bookstore clerk. You can also view the official site Here, though it doesn't seem to provide much at this time except kicky atmostphere. You can also view the trailer. The film releases in the U.S., what else, 2/23/07.

Oh my, I couldnt wait for that movie to come out, anyway. Now with a few seconds of Tom Lenk promised, it's just a wee bit nicer.
I just got back from seeing Children of Men (highly recommended) and this trailer was attached. Looks pretty good for a Jim Carey movie.
That. Looks. SO. Good.
Wow, it *does* look good. Not your normal Jim Carey movie. Good for him for picking something different. And Yeah for Tom!!
I saw this trailer a couple of days ago. Gave me the creeps. So I'll definitely be watching it. :D
You know, I think it's fair to say that there's no longer any such thing as a normal Jim Carrey movie (though I understand what folks mean). Between 'Eternal Sunshine...', 'Man on the Moon' and 'The Truman Show' among others I reckon he's shown he can do a lot of different stuff.

Saw the trailer for 'The Number 23' at 'Perfume' (which was pretty good and just about the most thoughtful and unusual serial killer movie i've ever seen - or am ever likely to I suspect) and it looked edgy and interesting.

(reckon 'bookstore clerk' may be a bit of a blink and you'll miss it part but still, good for Tom, great oaks from little acorns grow and all that).

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