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Bill Murray‘s one of my all-time favourite movie stars. He’s one of the few actors who’ll make me go and see a film just because he’s in it.
St. Vincent is his latest movie and it’s due in UK cinemas on the 5th December. Check out the trailer below:
I’m not sure why I haven’t posted the official Moonrise Kingdom trailer until now – but as the film is released this Friday, it seems as good a time as any:
Director Wes Anderson‘s eighth feature film sees him in typically quirky territory and the film has been getting some rave reviews (and some odd ones too – novelist and screenwriter Bret Easton Ellis labelled it as possibly the “whitest” movie ever made on Twitter over the weekend – whatever that may mean).
Here’s hoping his sixth collaboration with Bill Murray is as good as the previous five…
Last month Slacker Shack revealed that Roman Coppola had signed Charlie Sheen up for his debut full length film, the strangely titled, A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Charlie Swan III.
Well, news reaches us today that Coppola has pulled another gem out the bag by signing up Bill Murray too.
The notoriously fame-shy actor, who acts without an agent and is very picky about the film roles he takes, previously starred in (and gained an Oscar nomination for) his role in Lost In Translation, directed by Coppola’s sister Sofia.
A Glimpse Inside The Mind Of Charlie Swan III, follows the life of a successful graphic designer (Sheen) whose perfect life is thrown into chaos when he is dumped by his girlfriend.
Meanwhile, mystery still shrouds Murray’s involvement in, Ghostbusters 3. A script has been written, but it is believed that it cannot move forward without Murray signing up.
Earlier this year he told Howard Stern, “I guess I’m the problem. Before I was an asset, now I’m a problem. There’s a script somewhere but I haven’t read it yet.”
Rumours have it that Harvey Keitel is the latest star to sign up for Wes Anderson‘s next film, Moonrise Kingdom.
Bruce Willis, Frances McDormand, Tilda Swinton, Edward Norton, and Jason Schwartzman also star. Two newcomers, Jared Gilman and Kara Hayward, round out the cast and play a young boy and girl who fall in love and run away together.
The film is set in a 1960s New England coastal town and after the boy and girl go missing various factions of the town mobilize to search for them. Part of that search, includes more than 300 boy scouts – which seems a typically quirky twist from Anderson.
Rumour has it the film is set for a release next summer. If that’s true it’ll mark a first for Anderson, whose films have all had an autumn or winter release so far.