Jim Carrey is one of 100 Canadians who's now on Russia's blacklist.
On Monday, Nov. 14, Russia's Foreign Ministry revealed a list of Canadian citizens who are banned from entering the country, which is a response to Canada's sanctions against Vladmir Putin and his regime for the unprovoked attack on Ukraine.
According to the Associated Press, the Ministry said the "Ace Ventura" star is one of 100 people connected to ethnic Ukrainian organizations, and they're all persona non grata in Russia because of involvement in "formation of (Canada's) aggressively anti-Russian course."
Others on the blacklist included "Bones" actress Kathryne Winnick, "Handmaid's Tale" author Margaret Atwood and filmmaker David Bezmozgis.
Upon learning that she's not welcome in Russia, Margaret tweeted, "Dang! @JimCarrey and I had planned a little naughty weekend getaway in Moscow. Guess it will have to be Kyiv instead."
Jim, who is a a dual citizen of the United States and his native Canada, replied, "Yes @MargaretAtwood, I'm afraid the worst has happened. We're banned from Russia…but the problems of 100 Canadians don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy world! We'll always have Paris. Here's looking at you kid."