“Curb Your Enthusiasm” fans are still waiting to find out if (or hopefully when) the show will return for season nine, but Larry David is already hard at work on the next best thing: a feature length movie for HBO titled “Clear History.” And he’s recruited quite the cast.
Along with previously announced Jon Hamm and Michael Keaton, “History” will co-star Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Bill… Continue reading Larry David's 'Clear History' adds Jon Hamm, Kate Hudson, Eva Mendes, Bill Hader, Danny McBride to cast
Upon hearing that Tom Hanks had earned some serious cool points with his impromptu photo session with a fan, perhaps somewhere, a Bill Murray fanatic thought: “This cannot stand.”
So, how do you raise the stakes in a (totally invented) cool-off? With a paper doll, of course!
Courtesy of Niege Borges, the artist recently gave Murray the deluxe 2-D treatment with “Bill Wearing Socks.”
Borges fashioned a print of all the actor’s iconic… Continue reading Bill Murray Paper Doll: A Print Featuring All The Actor's Costumes (PHOTO)
Although the Olympics have been a wonderful distraction, it’s only a matter of time before the country is completely and totally overwhelmed by the controversial ads and dirt-slinging commercials for the upcoming presidential election.
Many voters call the constant bickering in American politics a joke, which is why it has made for excellent comedic fodder. The latest example can be seen this weekend in “The Campaign,” which stars Will Ferrell and… Continue reading Comedians Who Could Be President: Bill Murray, Kristen Wiig And More
Aubrey Plaza’s first turn as a leading lady is, predictably, a little quirky. Her upcoming film, “Safety Not Guaranteed,” is based on an ad-turned-Internet meme, which begins “Wanted: Someone to go back in time with me.”
So it makes sense that Plaza, sitting in the Tuscan-style restaurant of the Bowery Hotel, is now talking about time travel. This then leads to relaying a drunken debate she had with an old friend… Continue reading Aubrey Plaza, 'Safety Not Guaranteed' Star, On Falling In Love With Bill Murray
“Moonrise Kingdom,” the newest film from Wes Anderson, tells the story of two young lovers — Suzy Sharp and Sam Shakusky — who run away together. Suzy is a disaffected young girl, who enjoys burying her head in books and is prone to fistfights at school. Sam is a troubled orphan, who’s been bounced around the foster care system.
A unique performance was required to bring these characters to