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Jim Carrey Shared The Story Of How He Found Out Tommy Lee Jones Hated Him, And It's Pretty Brutal

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Batman Forever is not everyone's favorite movie in the Batman franchise, but it's still pretty decent. If you can appreciate the campy nature then Val Kilmer's version of the caped crusader is absolutely enjoyable.

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There were two main villains in this movie, The Riddler and Two Face. They were played by Jim Carrey and Tommy Lee Jones respectively.

Even just hearing those two actors mentioned in the same sentence feels wrong. They could not be more different. Jim Carrey is known for his cartoon-like behavior and outlandish sense of humor.

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While Tommy Lee Jones has a much more serious attitude and grumpy persona.

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They had a lot of scenes together, which meant spending hours and hours together. Apparently this wasn't ideal for Jones.

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Carrey shared the story with Howard Stern, explaining what really went on behind the scenes between the two villains...

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