Jim Carrey's new movie 'Sonic the Hedgehog' is around the corner from release, so that only means one thing - more of Carrey's off-the-wall/what-the-hell-is-going-on-in-that-mind, madness.

Doing the rounds of promoting the new children's movie, Jim Carrey made an appearance on last night's 'The Late Show with Stephen Colbert', whereby it appears he might not really have ever been present. Taking a dash of Ace Venture, a sprinkle of Lloyd Christmas, and a hell of a lot of The Mask, Carrey dominated proceedings.

From his entrance with a marching band, to his Oprah/mango moment, and his inability to sit still for more than 30 seconds - you would be forgiven in thinking that the actor was wearing an invisible green mask. It is however, television gold and it just shows that Carrey plays to the beat of his own drum, and is guaranteed to be a hoot no matter what the subject.

If you do anything today, make sure to take 10 minutes and have a watch of his full appearance below.

In case you missed it, Jim Carrey was also on the Graham Norton Show last weekend too where he gave his fellow guests compliments, including Margot Robbie and Daniel Kaluuya.

'Sonic the Hedgehog' hits Irish cinemas on February 14th.