According to the Hollywood Reporter, Bill Murray will make an appearance in the upcoming reboot of Ghostbusters. The actor portrayed Dr. Peter Venkman in the original 1984 film, and was spotted in Boston, Massachusetts earlier this week, where the film is currently in production.
San Diego Comic-Con started with a bang in Hall H Thursday as the man, the myth, the legend Bill Murray entered through the crowd, singing Smoke on the Water, and waxing poetic about life, responsibility and the expectations of this nerd-filled event.
Entertainment Weekly has released their reunion special with the Ghostbusters sitting front and center. Obviously this reunion is minus the great Harold Ramis, but it's still a wonderful collection of the remaining crew. And we still can't understand why this needs to be remade.
Asked about the Paul Feig-helmed, all-female reboot, Bill Murray gave his ideas for the new cast. Some stalwarts are included, but there are few new names, too. No matter what, it's kind of hard to dismiss anyone endorsed by Bill Murray himself.
Bill Murray showed up after a screening of Ghostbusters in Toronto yesterday, where he spent the better part of an hour answering questions from fans. His best answer was in response to a question about his penchant for weird, unannounced hangouts (crashing the above couple's engagement photoshoot, for instance).
Today in perfect casting decisions: Bill Murray has been selected to provide the voice of Baloo the bear in Disney's remake of The Jungle Book.
Back in the day, Tom Schiller wrote and directed weird and funny short films for Saturday Night Live, in the "Schiller's Reel" segments. Most of these are hard to see now — and so is Nothing Lasts Forever, the full-length science fiction movie Schiller directed in 1984. Except that the whole thing is on Youtube.
Fill up on all the Ghostbuster trivia that's not only clever, but pleasing to the eye. We're basically sluts for infographics here, and this one designed by Mike Seiders is pretty fantastic.
Martin Mull was a lot of things—a brilliant comedian, a folk singer, an egomaniac—but one thing he will always be remembered for is almost getting himself killed by Bill Murray.
Dan Aykroyd has put to bed all those "will he, won't he" Bill Murray rumors for Ghostbusters 3. Bill Murray will not be a part of the third installment of the franchise, Grumpy Old Ghostbusters. Also, the entire project is in limbo:
As Dan Aykroyd continues his insane quest to make a third Ghostbusters movie, he's hit on the crackpottiest idea yet — recasting the role of Peter Venkman, played by Bill Murray in the first two movies.
Wondering how Ghostbusters 3 is doing? According to Bill Murray, not so good.
Yesterday's episode of Alphas — "Bill and Gary's Excellent Adventure" — explored Bill's reasons for joining up with Dr. Rosen and the former FBI agent's reluctance for signing on with his motley little band. It turns out that one of Bill's adrenaline-fueled (and clavicle-breaking) outbursts have alienated him from the…
Not since John Travolta's Michael have we seen this much angel sex. In Passion Play, Megan Fox plays an honest-to-goodness fallen angel (fluffy wings and all), controlled by the evil Bill Murray and loved by Mickey Rourke.
At the Spike Scream Awards last night, Bill Murray showed up dressed as Peter Venkman PhD to accept his Best Cameo award for Zombieland. Yes Bill, the kids love you. [AP Photo/Chris Pizzello]
While the latest Ghostbusters film moves forward by confirming its director, we wonder where will the project even begin, now that all of our ghost-gathering heroes of past are all retired? Thankfully a little more has been revealed.
Zombieland's big celebrity cameo is absolutely brilliant. But, wait: there's more! Find out about the bizarre outtakes from that cameo that were filmed but didn't make it into the film, and all the big-name stars that could have appeared. Spoilers...
With a new Ghostbusters script soon to be finished, we've been hearing that the franchise will introduce a whole new generation of Ghostbusters, with Venkman and co. passing the torch. But one more veteran is coming back: director Ivan Reitman.