The Mask (1994) A film version of The Mask was released in the United States on July 29, 1994, starring Jim Carrey in the title role. Directed by Chuck Russell, the film co-starred Peter Greene as Dorian Tyrell, Peter Riegert as Lt. Mitch Kellaway, Orestes Matacena as Niko, Richard Jeni as Charlie Schumacher,
Alter ego: List of alter egos, Stanley Ipkiss (comics, film, and TV series), Mitch Kellaway (comics), Kathy (comics), Little Nunzio (comics), Rick, Ben, Hugo and Archie (alternated, comics), Ray Tuttle (comics), Emily Tuttle (comics), Tommy Haines (comics), Charlie Blaine (comics), Eric Martin (comics), Aldo Krasker (comics), Dorian Tyrell (film), Milo (film and TV series), Peggy Brandt (TV series), Baby Forthwright (TV series), Pretorius (TV series), Arthur Neuman (TV series), Chet Bozzack (TV series), Fish Guy (TV series), Evelyn (TV series), Paul Newman (Grifter and the Mask), Lobo (Lobo/Mask), Ned (“Angry Young Mask”), Josh (“Angry Young Mask”), Snucky (Joker/Mask), The Joker (Joker/Mask), Tim Avery (Son of the Mask), Otis (Son of the Mask)
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Directed by Paul Thomas. With Lene Hefner, Mark Davis, Jon Dough, Sierra. A scientist suffers disfiguring facial injuries as the result of an explosion in his laboratory. His colleagues devise a mask for him to wear in order to hide the scarring from his disfigurement.
Jul 29, 1994 · Stanley Ipkiss is a bank clerk that is an incredibly nice man.Unfortunately, he is too nice for his own good and is a pushover when it comes to confrontations. After one of the worst days of his life, he finds a mask that depicts Loki, the Norse night god of mischief.
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Media Early designs of Jim Carrey as “The Mask” from a 1993 presskit before the final film versions submitted 4 years ago by Join_You_In_The_Sun 594 comments
Top responsesDesigned as New Line’s next and biggest franchise Oh they couldn’t have been more wrong.668 votesThis movie was Jim Carrey at his most Jim Carrey, and Cameron Diaz at her most Cameron Diaz.1.2K votesThis one combined with the text makes me laugh so hard. Even funnier if you’d never heard of The Mask and this picture was the first thing you saw about it.224 votes“We all wear masks metaphorically speaking”81 votesThey call me Cuban Pete, I’m the King of the rumba beat, and when I play my maraca’s they go chic-chicky-boom chic-chicky-boom. ♫♪♪♪♪♫489 voteswith a visual effects budget in excess of $7 million! Oh, 1993. Oh, you sweet summer child.159 votesSee all
The Mask is a 1994 action comedy film, based on a series of comic books published by Dark Horse Comics.This film was directed by Chuck Russell (credited as “Charles Russell”), and produced by Dark Horse Entertainment and New Line Cinema, and originally released to movie theatres on July 29, 1994.
The Mask (film) The film was released on July 29, 1994, by New Line Cinema, becoming a critical and commercial success, grossing over $351.6 million over a $23 million budget. It cemented Carrey’s reputation as a dominant actor of the 1990s, and established Diaz long-term as a leading lady.
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Batman: Mask of the Phantasm (1993) Trailer Batman, the costumed crime-fighter who prowls the night skies in Gotham City, soon finds there’s another vigilante in town knocking off prominent mob figures.
The Mask Paperback – May 11, 1993 by John Arcudi (Author)
Critics Consensus: It misses perhaps as often as it hits, but Jim Carrey’s manic bombast, Cameron Diaz’ blowsy appeal, and the film’s overall cartoony bombast keep The Mask afloat.
Jul 29, 1994 · “The Mask” is a perfect vehicle for the talents of Jim Carrey, who underwhelmed me with “Ace Ventura: Pet Detective” but here seems to have found a story and character that work together with manic energy. One of the key design decisions on the movie must have involved the Mask …