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Appearing as a guest on 'Late Show With David Letterman', the 'Ghostbusters' actor sings 'I'm Flying' to 'audition' for the upcoming live musical production.
The comedian says he mixed up 'Fargo' scribe Joel Coen with 'Cheaper by the Dozen' writer Joel Cohen when he agreed to voice the fat lazy cat in the first feature film.
On the 20th anniversary of 'Late Show with David Letterman', the 'Moonrise Kingdom' actor wants to retrieve mementos that he kept during his first visit to the show.
The Dr. Peter Venkman of 'Ghostbusters' helps celebrate the show's milestone, arriving in a white vintage Rolls-Royce and a cape.
Having a dramatic entrance on the 'Late Show', the 'Hyde Park on Hudson' actor is escorted by two guys and gets tasered.
Jerome Flynn's Bronn is holding a flaming arrow in a sneak peek of the anticipated scene from the penultimate episode of season 2.
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.
The Black Eyed Peas star takes his fans to Brazil for a quick sightseeing and a night outing at the club.
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.'
Meanwhile, Snooki is outraged that state's governor, Chris Christie, has judged her and her 'Jersey Shore' gang without even meeting them in person.
Responding to reports that she passed away while filming in Europe, the 'Turn on the Radio' singer takes to her Twitter to clarify, 'I definitely did not fall off a mountain! Nor am I dead!'
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.