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Originally posted 10/24/2007 09:05AM
Thousands have impersonated Elvis Presley over the years. Now, Bill Murray offers his own indelible tribute to the king of rock 'n' roll – on the cover of Condé Nast's new music/movie magazine, Movies Rock.
The magazine, which covers music and its impact on filmmaking, launches in November as a supplement in the December subscriber issues of 14 Condé Nast publications. It will showcase stars, directors, and musicians who "create the movies we love, and the music we can't forget."
Originally posted 09/04/2007 02:00PM
Sounds like something got lost in translation when Bill Murray was approached by police in Stockholm while driving a golf cart.
Originally posted 08/22/2007 11:15AM
In what sounds like a scene out of his old movie Caddyshack, Bill Murray was pulled over by police in Sweden while cruising through downtown Stockholm in a golf cart, then refused to take breathalyzer test after police said they smelled alcohol, authorities said Wednesday.
Originally posted 01/14/2005 06:00AM
Trying to decide whether to shop for a new dress or donate more to help the tsunami victims in South Asia? Worry no more. Malcolm in the Middle star Jane Kaczmarek and husband Bradley Whitford (The West Wing) once again have gotten lots of top-shelf stars to donate their Golden Globes looks, to be auctioned off via their organization Clothes Off Our Back – and this year, proceeds benefit the UNICEF Tsunami Relief Fund. Nominee Kate Winslet (for best actress in a film comedy for Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind) has agreed to donate her gown, as have Desperate Housewives' Marcia Cross and Felicity Huffman (both up for best actress in a TV comedy). Looking for something more mature? Nominees Blythe Danner (for best actress in a TV movie for Back When We Were Grownups) and William Shatner (for best supporting actor in a TV series for Boston Legal) are also donating their togs. Warm up your wallets: The auction begins Monday on the Clothes Off Our Back Web site.
Originally posted 01/04/2005 06:00AM
Lindsay Lohan left any doubts about whether she would lip-sync her New Year's Eve performance in the dust Thursday night with a public sound check in Times Square. The Mean Girls star, clad in a long animal-print coat, belted out her single "Rumors" five times while running energetically around the stage during the hour-long pre-show performance. "Many people walked right past her without even looking," says a spy. "They didn't know who she was until well into the song. Once they realized it was Lindsay Lohan, they clapped after each performance." She went on to wow the audience during MTV's Iced Out New Year's Eve 2005 show before jet-setting off to party with Paris and Nicky Hilton in Miami.
Originally posted 02/29/2004 01:00PM
Sofia Coppola's quirky travelogue "Lost in Translation" swept the Independent Spirit Awards Saturday, winning best feature, best direction and screenplay (both by Coppola), and best male lead, Bill Murray.
Originally posted 02/27/2004 12:52PM
February 28, 2004SPECIAL OSCARS EDITION While filming the Oscar-nominated film The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King, Viggo Mortensen was so captivated by New Zealand's natural beauty that he wanted to make sure the crew appreciated it, and not from a helicopter window. "He wanted to drive five, six, eight hours – sometimes two days – to get (to certain locations)," says producer Barrie Osborne. On one occasion, Mortensen (who is also an accomplished painter and photographer), costar Orlando Bloom and Osborne thought the sunrise on the South Island was so incredible that Mortensen persuaded the crew to camp out so it could be captured on film the next morning. "We got some steaks and barbecued, had big campfires and a lot of red wine, and told stories all night long," says Osborne.
Originally posted 01/25/2004 01:00PM
It took three years, but the Hobbits finally had their day at the 61st annual Golden Globe Awards. "The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King," the final chapter in Peter Jackson's epic trilogy, topped the competition Sunday night with four wins, including best dramatic picture and best director.
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