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Originally posted 02/01/2016 12:10PM
This Tuesday, we celebrate a strange holiday that revolves around a magic rodent that can predict the future. More importantly for this conversation, however, is that the holiday is associated with a certain 1993 Bill Murray movie. Groundhog Day is considered one of the better comedies of the last few decades, and though it's funny, it's a deeper movie than you might imagine.
Billy on the Street Sneak Peek: Will Ferrell and Billy Eichner Learn Most New Yorkers Don't Know What the Elf They're Talking About
Originally posted 12/10/2015 11:00AM
[YOUTUBE "6xNypj2Cihk"] It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas (that is, if your Christmas sounds like two grown men screaming about holiday movies)!
In an exclusive (and semi-NSFW) sneak peek at Thursday's Billy on the Street, Will Ferrell stops by the show to play a new game of For a Dollar with Billy Eichner. And did we mention they're both dressed in festive onesies?
Originally posted 12/05/2015 04:05PM
Miley Cyrus has given us all an early Christmas gift: Her impressive cover of holiday classic "Silent Night."
Originally posted 12/03/2015 01:20PM
"It was stunning to work with her," Murray says of his costar at their New York premiere. "All you hear, is ... what you hear [about her] – and then you work with her and realize, 'OH!' "
He adds, "She's really a trouper. She came through in a huge way for us."
Originally posted 11/17/2015 05:45PM
Originally posted 11/03/2015 02:40PM
If Bill Murray ever vanishes (and he just might), send the search party to Morocco.
Bill Murray Recounts Andy Warhol Diss, Shares Wish to Appear on Flavor of Love in Amazing Reddit AMA Chat
Originally posted 10/22/2015 01:55PM
Sure, Bill Murray might be in the comedy pantheon today. But back in the '70s he was just another dude trying to crash a star-studded bash – and Andy Warhol was not impressed.
Bill Murray Stopped By Jimmy Kimmel Live! in Full Shakespearean Garb and Black Swan Makeup – Because, Well, He's Bill Murray
Originally posted 10/20/2015 12:00PM
Why, you ask? Because he's Bill Murray (there really is no need to clarify).
The actor stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Monday night, which just so happened to follow the Chicago Cubs' loss to the New York Mets in the National League Championship Series on Sunday. It was a melancholy time for the actor, who had been rooting for the Cubs since the beginning – and might also help explain Murray's choice of clothes for the night: Shakespearean-inspired garb and makeup straight out of Black Swan.
Originally posted 10/15/2015 02:30PM
PEOPLE has the exclusive sneak peek of Bill Murray's Netflix Christmas special, premiering Dec. 4
Originally posted 10/14/2015 09:35AM
[YOUTUBE "rf_dgbBK25o"] Bill Murray and his friends are getting in the Christmas spirit a little early this year.
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