The Pretty Reckless songstress Taylor Momsen took to social media via Instagram to share this vintage photo of her as a child with A-list actor Jim Carrey on the set of the hit Christmas film, Dr. Seuss’ ‘How The Grinch Stole Christmas’, which starred Momsen back in the year 2000. You can view it below. Taylor Momsen bends in tight outfit photo.
Taylor Momsen pink swimsuit photo at beach revealed. In other news revolving Taylor Momsen, fans recently took to social media to reflect upon this aforementioned film starring Momsen.
One fan stated: “What can I say about Dr. Seuss’ How the Grinch Stole Christmas except that it is fantastic! Jim Carrey, playing the main title character The Grinch, takes the classic children’s Dr. Seuss story up a notch or ten! The characters have all been brought to life with amazing actors, such as Taylor Momsen as Cindy Lou Who, Jeffrey Tambor as Mayor Augustus May Who, Bill Irwin as Lou Lou Who, Christine Baranski as Martha May Whovier and Molly Shannon as Betty Lou Who. As per the old story, the Grinch tries his darndest to steal Christmas away from the residents of Whoville – and actually succeeds. That is, until little Cindy Lou Who works her way into his heart, causing it to grow and the Grinch feels regret for what he has done and comically sets everything right. Highly recommended for the whole family to start off the Holiday season – or any time of the year when you need a good laugh!”
Taylor Momsen was recently caught sleeping with ‘lover’ in photo. While another movie-lover put: “I watched this movie three times over in the theatres when it came out at the turn of the century and I’ve watched it every year since. it is absolute cinematic perfection. from the sets to the costumes, to the casting, there just simply aren’t enough superlatives. live production values that not just match but destroy even the most overhyped summertime blockbusters. the visuals appeal to the kids and the sophisticated script re-tells a childhood classic while weaving in a “Plenty Horn” of modern pop culture references. if you’re a 40 something that grew up on the original Grinch, Charlie Brown, Rudolph the Red Nose Reindeer, and Frosty the Snowman animations, This is your movie.”
The reviewer continued: “I don’t think anybody but Ron Howard and Jim Carrey could’ve pulled this off. Christine Baranski with the Christmas Light Cannon? Game over! Oh and lest we forget none other than Sir Anthony Hopkins narrates. watch through the credits and you are treated to the main theme sung by Mariah Carey and the remaining music found on the equally exceptional soundtrack. two enthusiastic thumbs up, fine holiday fun.”