Jim Carrey has revealed what went via his thoughts when he thought he had solely 10 minutes to dwell after a missile alert was mistakenly broadcast in Hawaii.
The actor mentioned he spent what he believed had been his final moments staring into the Pacific Ocean when the warning of an imminent ballistic missile was broadcast to the island in 2018.
Carrey revealed he had initially tried to flee, earlier than realising it could not be potential.
He mentioned he had thought to himself: “I don’t want to die in my car”.
Speaking to US speak present host Jimmy Fallon, he recalled: “At that time, I began going, ‘OK, what can I do with this final second of time’.
“I just decided to go through a list of gratitudes and honest to God I just could not stop thinking of wonderful things that have happened to me and blessings I’ve had.”
He added: “It was pretty. And I received to a degree of grace at about two minutes to spare once I discovered it wasn’t truly taking place.
“All I was planning to do was closing my eyes and be thankful because it’s been a good ride.”
Asked how he reacted to the information that the alert was a mistake, Carrey mentioned: “I got p***** off and heads rolled.”
The alert was despatched on 13 January 2018 and advised residents to take shelter from an incoming missile. The message warned: “This is not a drill.”
Authorities later mentioned there had been a miscommunication throughout an train on the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency.
An worker was fired after the incident.
Carrey appeared on Fallon’s The Tonight Show present to advertise his e book Memoirs and Misinformation, which contains a image of his panic-stricken face on the quilt.
“The cover is actually my face after being told I have 10 minutes to live,” the 58-year-old mentioned.
“It was completely real to us.”