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Having a dramatic entrance on the 'Late Show', the 'Hyde Park on Hudson' actor is escorted by two guys and gets tasered.
Instead of performing a serious take on Franklin D. Roosevelt, Murray presents the former president's witty side when hosting the King and Queen of England at his home.
Aykroyd also reveals his hope to bring back Rick Moranis, saying, 'If we can get the script to Ghostbusters 3 right, then it would definitely have Moranis as a major component.'
The 'Late Show with David Letterman' host and his celebrity friends hit the street outside the Ed Sullivan Theater to kick field goals while filming a sketch for the talk show's January 31 episode.
In addition to the said snippet, there are also two other fresh clips which share scenes featuring Bill Murray.
The stunt was supposed to be a funny moment, but it makes Bill Murray suffering from a nasty head wound after he accidentally banged his head on the dumpster.
The actor agreed to lend his voice to the animation because he thought Joel Coen wrote the script before realizing that another person, Joel Cohen, was the real scribe.
The actor vows he will never work on a movie with Howard again because he is still upset Howard rejected his offer to direct bank heist film 'Quick Change'.
The actor decided he no longer used a representation because when he had an agent, 'the phone rings all the time, because there's someone there whose job it is to get so-and-so on the phone.'
Just so everyone would stop asking him questions about the second 'Ghostbusters' single, Murray says he 'might just write the damn thing'.
Though he has signed on to reprise his role in the new installment, the actor reportedly does not cooperate well with crew and wants his character to be killed off in the beginning of the movie.
Bill Murray doesn't mind to be called as a 'difficult' person to work with since he sees it as 'a badge of honor', admitting it has saved him from some annoyance.
The actor of upcoming 'Ghostbuster Remake' was limping during Sundance appearance on Sunday, January 24 and has to be relieved with ice.
As the production of Megan Fox's movie 'Passion Play' has started, Bill Murray comes in the right time to replace Toby Kebbell in tackling the role of Happy.
The new featurette focuses on how the voices of the characters in the Wes Anderson's stop-motion animation are recorded, while the fresh inside look centers on Bill Murray as Badger.