Today in “celebrities further proving what cool dudes they are” news, Bill Murray spent part of his Memorial Day weekend crashing a bachelor party. And blowing the guests’ minds by being Billy Murray. At their bachelor party. Talking to them. And being Bill Murray. More
Topic: Bill Murray
Have you ever (and I mean ever) seen a Wes Anderson film that didn’t include a hearty set of extreme close-ups, voice-narrated handwritten notes, and whimsical little socks galore? More
It’s always pretty delightful when an actor shows up in a movie or television show playing him or herself. If it’s in a serious role, it leads you to have all sorts of meta concepts swirling around your head. If it’s just a funny cameo in which they play a caricature of themselves, it shows they’re a good sport and don’t take themselves too seriously. More
After watching this video of Bill Murray’s entrance to The Late Show With David Letterman last night, I’m reminded that we need more Bill Murray in the world. I feel like he’s one of those guys who pops up every now and then and you go, “Oh wow this guy is so amazing! I want to watch him all the time!” More
Bill Murray remains hilarious. Case in point: this photograph he took with a crying baby. It was submitted by Laura R. to the Tumblr Reasons My Son Is Crying. If you’re not aware of this Tumblr, it’s basically a collection of photographs of babies mid-cry-face, with captions that detail the silly reasons they’re bawling. It’s funny because babies are the worst, am I right? Tiny pooping drama queens. More
I’ve loved Bill Murray for most of my life. It’s not like this is a secret, but what with the mixed reviews his new film Hyde Park On Hudson has been getting, I figure we might all need a little reminder as to why Bill Murray is totally unfuckwithable. I haven’t seen the movie myself, but if it’s bad, there’s no way that that’s Bill Murray’s fault. Because he is Bill Murray. More
We loved Moonrise Kingdom in theaters and we’ll love it just as much on Blu-ray and DVD! Set on an island off the coast of New England in the summer of 1965, Moonrise Kingdom tells the story of two 12-year-olds who fall … More
You’d best get the karaoke machine ready. More
MTV awarded Emma Stone the Trailblazer Award last night, and she followed it up with a perfect, emotional speech about her own trailblazers: “What’s incredible about them is they make me want to be more myself, because they’re all originals.” More
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Bill Murray stories: everybody’s got one! More
If this report from the National Enquirer is true, Bill Murray shredded the Ghostbusters 3 script and included the note, “No one wants to pay money to see fat, old men chasing ghosts!” More
Some say he’s our greatest American hero. I mean, he didn’t, like, free any slaves or anything, but Bill Murray was in Ghostbusters! And now the second-greatest American hero has gone and drawn Bill’s face on the five-dollar bill. More
Severus Snape? Alan Rickman. Marty McFly? Michael J. Fox. Vivian Ward? Julia Roberts. We all know and love these characters, and their actors’ portrayals of them were so perfect, it can be hard to imagine anyone else playing them. But guess what? If things had gone a little differently, Alan Rickman might not have landed Snape, Michael J. Fox may not have donned Marty’s orange vest, and Julia Roberts may not have become one of the world’s most well-known prostitutes. That’s right: Each of these characters were originally pitched to different actors, and in some cases, were even recast midway through shooting. What other iconic characters might have ended up being played by totally different actors? Read on to find out! More
We would go to church if it meant eating popcorn and watching Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day over and over. (That’s actually not a bad premise for a follow-up to Groundhog Day!) Artist N.C. Winters, which we’re going to pretend stands for North Carolina, made this Art and it is awesome.