Comedian Jim Carrey knows Republican rivals Donald Trump and Ted Cruz are using his movies to troll each other -- and he wants it to stop.
The movie star chimed in on the presidential hopefuls' recent escapades with a twist on his own movie: "Dumb and Dumber: For Donald and Ted Everyday is a No-Brainer."
Carrey tweeted a photo of the original movie poster on Friday, photoshopping Trump and Cruz's heads to fit the characters.
"HEY DUMMIES, LEAVE ME OUT OF IT! ;^P #Americonundrum," read Carrey's tweet, which was retweeted more than 1,200 times within 30 minutes.
Trump brought the actor into the bitter battle when he sent out a Twitter poll to his more than 7 million followers.
"Who should star in a reboot of Liar Liar- Hillary Clinton or Ted Cruz? Let me know," Trump tweeted on Thursday, along with a poll where people weighed in.
Who should star in a reboot of Liar Liar- Hillary Clinton or Ted Cruz? Let me know. https://t.co/ESdiEftWGs— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 17, 2016
Fighting fire with fire, Cruz replied to Trump's Jim Carrey reference with one of his own.
He called it, "Me, Myself & Don."
"Don't take a chance on this new release coming to ballot boxes in November 2016... #ChooseCruz," Cruz tweeted, suggesting Trump has a split personality.
"I'm very capable of changing to anything I want to change to," a quote underneath the fake movie title read.
The Republicans have yet to respond to the comedian's plea for a ceasefire, but only time will tell.