The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou is an incredibly important work within the history of Bill Murray working with writer/director Wes Anderson. So, the actor kept a souvenir.
You don't have to be a film critic to recognize one essential part of Wes Anderson's highly stylized way of filmmaking: He consistently dips into a recurring pool of actors. In "The Grand Budapest Hotel" alone, a dozen cast members had been in at least one of Anderson's other films. And the upcoming "Isle of Dogs" is no different. Show More Summary
Bryan Cranston and Bill Murray voice fun alpha dogs in Wes Anderson's adventure-filled love letter to man's best friend.
Director Tommy Avallone compiles personal accounts to explore the significance behind Murray’s mythology. Read more...
Bill Murray took a nap... onstage at the SXSW Isle of Dogs panel. - (VF) Charlie Hunnam, Garrett Hedlund, and Oscar Isaac on the beach. Sans shirts. YOU'RE WELCOME. - (LG) Whose face would YOU want to lick? - (Gizmodo)...
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The debut of Wes Anderson's 'Isle of Dogs' at SXSW got huge applause. But not enough to keep Murray awake for the post-screening panel.
#BillMurray reading a poem about a dog is something you never knew you needed…until now. @isleofdogsmovie #SXSW pic.twitter.com/z7GkTsy4rG — Entertainment Weekly (@EW) March 18, 2018 During the annual SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas,Show More Summary
As a promo for Wes Anderson’s Isle of Dogs, snippets from the cast interviews were animated using the dog characters played by Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Scarlett Johansson, Bob Balaban, and others. It’s amazing how much some of the dogs’ features & expressions mirror those of the actors who provide the voices. Show More Summary
When retired basketball superstar Michael Jordan is suddenly plucked from Earth during a live-action golf game with Bill Murray and Larry Bird, the greatest basketball player of all time finds himself somewhere in the animated cosmos with a merry band of Looney Tunes. Enslaved by the evil owner of a failing planetary amusement park, Bugs, Daffy, Porky, Elmer, Tweety and […]
The 1990 crime comedy Quick Change starred Bill Murray, Geena Davis, Randy Quaid, and Jason Robards. Murray robs a Manhattan bank dressed as a clown, and then deals with multiple difficulties trying to get away from the city. The movie didn't make much money, even though some critics said it was Bill Murray's best role yet. Show More Summary
Don't let these almost identical images of Bill Murray smoochin' a stranger make you look away... pucker up to the pics and see if you can spot the differences between these two super similar shots. HINT -- There are THREE differences in…
Bill Murray, Jeff Goldblum, Tilda Swinton and Liev Schreiber add their star power to the opening of the annual Berlin film festival. Rough Cut (no reporter narration) Video provided by Reuters
Hollywood stars Bryan Cranston, Jeff Goldblum and Bill Murray threw support behind the #MeToo movement Thursday, saying they hoped it would upend the old approach to sex and power. In interviews with AFP at the Berlin film festival,Show More Summary
Liev Schreiber keeps close to co-star Tilda Swinton while arriving at the photo call for their latest film Isle of Dogs held during the 2018 Berlin International Film Festival at Grand Hyatt Hotel on Thursday (February 15) in Berlin, Germany. The 50-year-old actor and Tilda, 57, were joined at the event by their other cast [...]
I’VE BEEN LISTENING TO HIM FOR YEARS AND I THINK HE’S FABULOUS: Bill Murray praises GOP tax reform: ‘It’s a fantastic thing’ for business.
Episode #6 of Marble Halls & Silver Screens has Brad Slager and Sarah Lee deconstructing Omarosa’s new gig after leaving the White House, #MeToo and Mucus, journalists’ fawning over North Korea at the Olympics, Bill Murray’s smackdown of Democrats’ divisiveness, and why “The Black Panther” might be suffering from Social Justice Warriorism. Show More Summary
Actor, comedian and Hollywood legend Bill Murray praised President Trump’s tax cuts, attacks divisive politics and blames Democrats for making the situation worse. The Daily Mail reported: Bill Murray is rarely one to keep quiet about his opinions. Show More Summary
Murray proceeded to talk about comedy writer Jim Downey, who's been called the "Karl Rove of SNL," and why that label is unfair. "He's saying: ?No, I just think the way the Democrats handle things is poor where they...
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