Bill Murray Has Become An Urban Folk Hero With His Viral Encounters | Sunday TODAY

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  1. If you ever want to understand Bill Murray's philosophy, read The Razor's Edge by M. Somerset Maugham. He made the movie of it after Ghostbusters. According to most sources, he only did Ghostbusters so that he could make that movie. The main characters whole philosophy in that film is to, "Loaf". To simply exist in the world, go where you will, and take joy where you go. That's probably why he can be so hard to work with. Films inherently require structure and order, Murray wants to float from one experience to the next. If it sucks, he wants to bail, and he usually has the power to do so. He's been a hero since i was 3 and saw Ghostbusters for the first time. Just a really fascinating guy.

  2. I would like it if Joel and Ethan Coen wrote something with him at the very pointy end. And I think it's time that Wes wrote him the central role. What better film makers than these to get Bill the shiny trophy we all know he deserves?

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