Jim Carrey fans will no doubt have fond memories of 1994’s madcap comedy The Mask, which saw the beloved actor at the height of his fame playing lowly everyman Stanley Ipkiss, who turns into a green-faced live-action cartoon character when he puts on a mystical mask. While it was a pretty big hit at the time, and stills holds up to this day, the franchise has gone quiet ever since 2005’s less than impressive sequel Son of Mask.

The film, starring Jamie Kennedy, flopped hard and many thought that was it for the property. But in recent months, talk of another Mask movie has been heating up. First, we heard that a female-led spinoff/remake was on the table, while just a few days ago,…



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