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When we learned that the Ghostbusters franchise would be returning in the form of a reboot instead of a sequel, many fans were bummed. While we're still excited for the new movie, it turns out that there was possibly a great idea for a trilogy after all.
Not to make you feel old, but it turns out that Space Jam will have its 20th anniversary this year, and it will be celebrating in an exciting way.
Bill Murray has become as much a staple of the films of Wes Anderson as pastel colors and pretentious characters. At this point, it’s about a forgone conclusion that if Anderson has a film, Murray will be part of it in some way.
Bill Murray has revealed that he was convinced to return to the comedy genre after a discussion with film critic, Elvis Mitchell.
The popularity of the Ghostbusters franchise is kind of an amazing thing to behold when you consider that it’s really only the first movie that is so beloved. Even a mediocre at best sequel could not tarnish people’s desire to see more.
Ghostbusters was an immediate classic when it was released in 1984. Arguable one of the best scenes in the movie is the climactic battle between the team and a giant marshmallow man. Now we know that another creature was almost our movie ending villain.
If there’s an upside to the ridiculous arguments over the upcoming new Ghostbusters film it’s that people are giving the original film another look. Turns out there are a few interesting things from that film that you may not know about.
Bill Murray is a comedic genius. And with another hilarious role on the way, let's take a moment to celebrate this fact by reminiscing about the 10 funniest roles of his career.
Bill Murray doesn't have many regrets. In fact, he has just one. And that's not starring in Peter Weir's Year Of Living Dangerously.
ill Murray has become somewhat notorious for never picking up the phone… literally. Years ago, the legendary star decided to replace his agent with a 1-800 number and a rarely-checked answering machine, and as a result he really only ever takes on projects that spark his interest in a big way.
In Groundhog Day, Bill Murray catches that kid who falls out of the tree every day. Or at least you thought it was everyday, but one eagle-eyed viewer has proof that's not the case.
As Paul Feig wraps up the last days of shooting his Ghostbusters reboot, more news on the surprise guest roles have come to light, including a couple more original members of the Ghostbusters team.
Long the primary holdout in the franchise, Bill Murray recently filmed a cameo for Paul Feig's upcoming Ghostbusters reboot, and now we know why.
If you thought you'd seen Bill Murray at his most extreme, you might want to watch the latest trailer for Rock The Kasbah and re-evaluate that statement.
Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters might end up being a funny and scary standalone film, and no one will compare the success of the 2016 film to the accomplishments of the original. But at the moment, Murray and Aykroyd feel like the elephants in a freshly painted room, and I for one am really puzzled as to why Feig would invite these recognizable guests to his party.
Paul Feig’s Ghostbusters reboot has been catching serious flak from fans of the original franchise, claiming the new all-female team won’t be able to live up to the originals. That certainly may be the case, but it doesn’t sound like the original Ghostbusters are quite as upset as these angry fans. They even want to be in the movie with this new team.
When we heard the Open Road Panel at San Diego Comic-Con was a can’t miss event, we started racking our brains to figure out why. As it turns out, it was Bill Murray, which if you ask us is just as good as any Batman v Iron Man v Star Wars announcement.
Bill Murray's upcoming film, Rock the Kasbah takes comedic absurdity to Afghan proportions, prompting a troop surge… of laughter! Watch as Murray handles himself in hostile territory, showcasing a terrifically tone-deaf form in the debut trailer!
Bill Murray makes being penniless in a foreign land look really cook in the first look at Barry Levinson's Rock The Kabash.
One thing was made crystal clear during NBC’s reunion special Saturday Night Live 40: the weekly sketch comedy show has launched an insane amount of massive movie stars. Many of them turned up as hosts, from Tom Hanks to Alec Baldwin. But others got their start as repertory players in the show’s cast, and used that exposure to kick start incredibly successful movie careers.