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Bill Murray confirmed to return for Ghostbusters 2020

Ghostbusters 2020 reunites Bill Murray with previously-confirmed co-stars Dan Aykroyd, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts, and Sigourney Weaver among others.

I wrote The Dead Don't Die thinking specifically of Bill Murray: Jim Jarmusch

Shortly after The Dead Don’t Die opened the Cannes Film Festival recently, Bill Murray and Jim Jarmusch sat down to discuss their collaborations together.

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Sofia Coppola, Bill Murray to reunite for On the Rocks

On the Rocks marks Sofia Coppola and Bill Murray's collaboration after 16 years. The two last worked together on Lost In Translation. On the Rocks will be the indie studio's first project under its joint deal with Apple.

Bill Murray, Selena Gomez, Daniel Craig join the cast of Jim Jarmusch's zombie movie

Selena Gomez, Bill Murray, Tilda Swinton, Daniel Craig, Adam Driver, Chloe Sevigny and Steve Buscemi have all joined the cast of Jim Jarmusch's The Dead Don't Die. The movie will release next year.

I love Adele: Bill Murray

Singer Adele has an unlikely superfan in "Ghostbusters" star Bill Murray.

'The Jungle Book': 5 reasons you should watch Jon Favreau movie with your kids this weekend

While the most iconic animal characters are brought back to life onscreen from Baloo the bear to Shere Khan the tiger, here are five reasons to watch Jon Favreau's rebooted version of The Jungle Book with your kids this weekend.

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Neel Sethi, Bill Murray to appear on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'

"Jungle Book" star Neel Sethi will make his debut appearance on talk show "Jimmy Kimmel Live!" along with Bill Murray.

The Jungle Book trailer: Mowgli is back with his army of wild

The Jungle Book, the classic animated story of Mowgli is back with a new live-action adventure directed by Jon Favreau, which is based on Rudyard Kipling's timeless stories.

Rock The Kasbah movie review

Rock The Kasbah tries many things without any sense of history, geography or, less ambitiously, irony.

Bill Murray credits Wiig, McCarthy for 'Ghostbusters' cameo

Bill Murray was skeptical about being a part of "Ghostbusters" reboot, but Kristen Wiig and Melissa McCarthy changed his mind.

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