The story of Lance Armstrong’s prolific campaign to hide his use of performance enhancing drugs has already been explored in movies (The Armstrong Lie), but if documentaries aren’t your thing, there’s a dramatized version on the way. Directed by Stephen Frears (The Queen, High Fidelity) and starring Ben Foster as the cyclist, The Program looks like it tries to get inside the… Continue reading Trailer Round-up: Bill Murray Will 'Rock the Kasbah,' Lance Armstrong's 'The Program,' and 'The Man From U.N.C.L.E.'
We love to spend the holidays with Bill Murray. There’s Ghostbusters II on New Year’s Eve, Hyde Park on Hudson on President’s Day, Groundhog Day on Groundhog Day and, of course, Scrooged at Christmas*. Now we’re going to have more of the actor to watch on that last holiday, because he’s starring in a special called A Very Murray Christmas, which will debut on Netflix this December.
Fans of Scrooged should be… Continue reading Watch Bill Murray Bring the Yuletide Cheer in the 'A Very Murray Christmas' Trailer
Re-un-it-ed and it feels so gooood! For the first time since 2003’s Lost in Translation, Variety tells us that Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray will be joining forces for a televised holiday special that stars the sad sack actor performing some classic Christmas carols. The finer details are still being sketched out at this point, but Murray—who just completed work on St. Vincent, playing… Continue reading Bill Murray and 'Lost in Translation' Director Sofia Coppola Reunite Just in Time for Christmas
Bill Murray is one of the true wonders of the world. He is spoken of with the same awe and reverence as the Great Pyramid of Giza or the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Some day, future civilizations will study him to unlock his mysteries.
Or not. But, we can all agree that Bill Murray is pretty dang great, right? He’s approaching mythic status both… Continue reading 'St. Vincent' Poster Premiere: Everyone Wishes They Could High-Five Bill Murray
Captain America 3: With the comic-book version of Steve Rogers stepping aside from his duties as Captain America, some have wondered if future Marvel movies will be affected as well. Chris Evans, however, is not ready to give up the shield. “Don’t take my job from me prematurely, dude,” Evans said. “I’m sure it’ll happen at some point… Continue reading Movie News: Don't Worry, Chris Evans Confirms He's Still 'Captain America;' Bill Murray Suggests Female 'Ghostbusters'