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Entertainment That Time Steve Carell's Head Was Set on Fire – Literally – for 'Bruce Almighty' (Video)

01:33  24 may  2020
01:33  24 may  2020 Source:   thewrap.com

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Steve Carell's career-making turn as the Jim Carrey-cursed news anchor Evan Baxter in "Bruce Almighty" made him the hottest property in town. And "hot" is what his performance was — literally — because his head was set on fire to kick up the action in that showstopping scene.

"That was basically the first time I was ever in a movie," Carell said on "The Graham Norton Show" of his short but memorable role in "Bruce Almighty." "The part they cut out is when Jim Carrey makes my nose start to bleed profusely, which they thought [was] too mean of him to do as a character… and then my head burst into flames."

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Bruce Almighty Humiliates Evan' s News Report. Bruce Nolan (Jim Carrey) feels that his life is pointless and, when he curses God after a particularly bad day at work, he suddenly finds himself face-to-face with the Supreme Being (Morgan Freeman). After trying to persuade Bruce that it isn't easy

In the film, Carrey plays Bruce Nolan, a TV field reporter with ambitions of becoming a news anchor. After God bestows him divine powers, Bruce manipulates poor Evan during a live broadcast, making him act like a total idiot in the process. Let's just say that the scene was supposed to end with Evan showing that he was a real hothead.

"They had, like, a gas line… it wasn't even a special effect, like a digital effect… it was a real live practical effect," Carell explained, saying that they ran a gas line down his back and put a coil on top of his head. "They actually…put gel on my head so it wouldn't burn."

And then they ignited it and it became a huge 4-foot flame shooting out from all sides.

"That was the most terrifying thing ever because you could hear them venting the gas line before it happened," he recalled. "I could see the crew in front of me, they all lit up because the flame was so bright. Terrifying."

But Carell took it all in stride, knowing that the film could be his big break.

"[It was] my first movie," he noted. "What was I gonna say, 'I'm not gonna do it'? 'Of course! Sure! Light me on fire! Sounds terrific!'"

Watch him describe the edited out action in the clip above.

Steve Carell Once Had His Head Set On Fire In ‘Bruce Almighty’ Deleted Scene: ‘Most Terrifying Thing Ever’ .
Steve Carell is a hot commodity these days, but the hottest thing about him in 2003 was his scalp. Carell recently caught up with “The Graham Norton Show” and dished on a deleted scene from the Jim Carrey-anchored film “Bruce Almighty”. In a deleted scene, Carrey’s character made Carell’s nose bleed before “The Office” alum’sCarell recently caught up with "The Graham Norton Show" and dished on a deleted scene from the Jim Carrey-anchored film "Bruce Almighty". In a deleted scene, Carrey's character made Carell's nose bleed before "The Office" alum's head spontaneously combusted.

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