Bill Murray Knocked Out A 45-Minute Karaoke Set, And We've Got The Video

It's about Bill Murray, so it's automatically newsworthy. Bill Murray, remembering that he's Bill Murray, and hasn't done anything awesome in a couple days, got up at his Caddyshack restaurant and belted out songs for about 45 minutes, including the Animals "House of the Rising Sun." That sounds like a lot of fun and something I would like to see, even if it meant having to go to a place called the Caddyshack Restaurant. Fortunately, TMZ's reach knows no bounds, so they got some crappy video, which works out better for everyone.

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Bill Murray is at it again! There's a 99% chance that you have never seen the CNBC program "The Squawk Box." So I thought it would be useful to let you know that American Hero Bill Murray recently appeared on the program to promote-- well, he was on there. It pains me to say this, but his appearance doesn't rank up there with his best work. He doesn't even go into his famous Caddyshack character until about 7 minutes in. Still, it might be worth watching for Bill Murray and Carl Spackler completists. (via MovieLine)


You Can Finally Watch Bill Murray's Strangest Performance In 'Nothing Lasts Forever'

Not as strange as his public persona though. For thirty years, there have been whispers about Nothing Lasts Forever, the long lost 1980's comedy starring Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray that has sat in a vault. Up until now. Directed by SNL's short film director Tom Schiller, the movie features Gremlins star Zach Galligan as a young man struggling to survive in a totalitarian retro/future New York City. MGM originally shelved the film after a test audience response of "Whaddafuh?" But that's the charm of this unique film that has amassed a cult following and has to be seen to be believed. You can watch it now on YouTube. But I wouldn't wait too long because nothing lasts forever. Especially YouTube uploads that breach copyright claims.


See 'Moonrise Kingdom' Through The Rummed-Up Eyes Of Bill Murray

We learn so much. Bill Murray made good use of his downtime on the set of Moonrise Kingdom by agreeing to give the viewer a personal tour of the film as only Bill Murray can. Possibly with the assistance of Sailor Jerry Spice Rum. Here are a few of the things we learn from the video. Bill Murray plays a man in the film. Wes Anderson wears short pants. Tilda Swinton can do whatever she wants. Bill Murray doesn't watch films that he's not in. Edward Norton gets a lot of psycho work. People in short pants get mugged more often than average-panted people. You can make your own pants at home using loud materials. I hope this is a short pilot pitch for a series called Bill Murray on Film. Get after it, IFC.


Bill Murray, Zooey Deschanel, And Bruce Willis Get Together To 'Rock The Kasbah'

Whatever the hell that means. It's hard to tell what kind of film Rock the Kasbah is going to be from its trailer. But that probably won't stop you from seeing the likes of Bill Murray sing Deep Purple to a group of Afghan residents. Wouldn't you agree? The premise of the film revolves around a manager (Murray) taking his singer (Deschanel) to do a USO show in Afghanistan, when she leaves him without a wallet or passport. He wanders around Afghanistan, as US music managers so often due, until he finds a girl that needs to get to Kabul to sing. It's wacky, it's probably heartfelt, and it even has Danny McBride.


This 'Dumb And Dumber To' Clip Features A Bill Murray Cameo In Full Meth-Making Gear

Enjoy some Cajun-style meth. Dumb and Dumber To hit theaters late last night, and enjoys its widespread release today. We thought you should know of one fun cameo in the film that would likely go by unnoticed. And if you think this is a spoiler, I have some choice words for you. This is not a spoiler. This doesn't affect the plot, and no one was going to recognize Bill Murray's voice through a muffled plastic suit. That is all. Beyond that, Murray is just one of many, many people making cameos in the film. While we don't have an exhaustive list, we do know that Jennifer Lawrence's name has been thrown around a lot. But her name is always thrown around. She's Jennifer Lawrence. Take a look and enjoy a cat's butt for a second.


Get Charmed To Death By Chris Pratt In Seven Minutes Of 'SNL' Promos

Macklin, you son of a bitch. In case you didn't know that Chris Pratt is an awesome, funny, and delightful person...HE IS. And rather than go through the many, many examples supporting this thesis, you can just watch this extended video of all the SNL promos Chris Pratt did for his upcoming hosting of the show's 40th season premiere. He's just about the most natural person in front of the camera. The comedy that most actors strive for, as well as their work to portray a level of comfort while being filmed. Ole' Pratty's got that in spades. I mean, who else can make seven minutes of video and have all of it be charming. It's a gift. A gift from him to us. WE LOVE YOU, STARLORD!


Thank The Lord For This 25-Minute "Game Of Thrones' Recap Video

Something about the complex nature of Game of Thrones plus an inability to comprehend much of anything on Sunday nights has left many with no idea what's going on heading into the GoT premiere this weekend. Lots of stuff going on. Stuff that I can't spoil, but this video sure can. So take a look (a 25-minute look, but that's still better than re-watching the series because you were on your iPad the whole time it aired) and get up to speed for the big premiere. Historically the show doesn't show much mercy to those who can't keep up, so use everything at your disposal.


First Two Minutes Of 'Rio' Makes Me Reconsider The Ethics Of Bird Hunting

Here's a preview of the animated movie 'Rio.' The upcoming 'Rio' version of Angry Birds for iPhone sounds more promising, because maybe I'll get to destroy these fowl pheasants. Fox just released the first two minutes of their upcoming animated film Rio. The overly cheerful singing, the obnoxiously bright colors, the cute wittle baby bird who's just wearning how to fwy... Now I wish I was a bird, so I'd have the claws to claw my god damn eyes out. If you're really into The Enchanted Tiki Room at Disneyland, and not in a let's-get-high-and-laugh-at-how-retarded-this-is way, then this 3D movie is clearly for you. Rio is directed by Carlos Saldanha, who did all the Ice Age movies and Robots. So after this clip, that's really bad sign #2. However, a few promising elements are soaring above the mess of bird shit. The cast includes Jesse Eisenberg, Neil Patrick Harris and Anne Hathaway. Also, the plot doesn't sound too terrible: “A nerdy macaw who leaves the comforts of his cage in small town Minnesota and heads to Rio de Janeiro. He embarks on the adventure of a lifetime, learning to open himself up to all that life has to offer along the way.” Actually, the coolest sounding news surrounding Rio is that Rovio is making a Rio-themed sequel to their Angry Birds iPhone game. I'm an Angry Birds addict, so the thought of using these cloying birds as living weapons to destroy pigs in towers has me excited. Sexually excited? Let's not go there, but yes. Wait, I just read a little further and apparently you use the original Angry Birds to rescue the characters from Rio. So... now I'm thinking it's time to take my 28 gauge out of the tool shack, cause I'm declaring this bird season. (/Film and TheWrap)