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This Week In Trailers: Bill Murray & Brian Doyle Murray’s – Extra Innings, Instant Dreams, Mountains May Move, Give Me Future, The White World According to Daliborek

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This Week In Trailers: Bill Murray & Brian Doyle Murray’s – Extra Innings, Instant Dreams, Mountains May Move, Give Me Future, The White World According to Daliborek
Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget: What better way to hone your skills as a thoughtful moviegoer than by deconstructing these little pieces of advertising? This week […]

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Bill Murray And His Brother Are Going On A Baseball Road Trip On Facebook Watch

Bill Murray tends to show up wherever he feels like showing up, and one of his next projects will take him to Facebook. The legendary actor and his brother Brian Doyle-Murray are the co-stars of Extra Innings, an unscripted series set in the world of minor-league baseball that will be distributed through Facebook Watch.

Extra Innings is styled as a road trip that will take the Murray brothers to minor league baseball stadiums around the country. “I thought that traveling with the Murray Brothers to games around America would be a fun, cool show and so did they," said Dub Cornett of Oso Studios, which is producing the series. "It’s simple as that."

Bill Murray is well known for his baseball fandom. He was a fixture during the Chicago Cubs' magical World Series run in 2016, and Variety notes he is also a part owner of two minor league clubs.
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Bill Murray to Host New Unscripted Facebook Show About Minor League Baseball Teams

Bill Murray to Host New Unscripted Facebook Show About Minor League Baseball Teams
Facebook and Oso Studios announced Monday morning the premiere of their new show “Bill Murray and Brian Doyle-Murray’s Extra Innings,” an original unscripted show that will follow the Murray brothers as they journey across the country to visit minor league baseball teams.

The 10-episode show will premiere on Facebook Watch on Monday, Nov. 20, and new episodes will become available every Monday after that. You can easily add the show to your watchlist by accessing the show’s Facebook page.

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With their unique sense of humor and their passion for baseball, the Murrays visit teams like the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, the Kansas City T-Bones, and the St. Paul Saints. They also explore the Kansas City Mlb Urban Youth Academy and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in order to honor the history and future of their beloved sport.
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Bill Murray to Host New Unscripted Facebook Show About Minor League Baseball Teams

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Bill Murray to Host New Unscripted Facebook Show About Minor League Baseball Teams
Facebook and Oso Studios announced Monday morning the premiere of their new show “Bill Murray and Brian Doyle-Murray’s Extra Innings,” an original unscripted show that will follow the Murray brothers as they journey across the country to visit minor league baseball teams.

The 10-episode show will premiere on Facebook Watch on Monday, Nov. 20, and new episodes will become available every Monday after that. You can easily add the show to your watchlist by accessing the show’s Facebook page.

With their unique sense of humor and their passion for baseball, the Murrays visit teams like the Martha’s Vineyard Sharks, the Kansas City T-Bones, and the St. Paul Saints. They also explore the Kansas City Mlb Urban Youth Academy and the Negro Leagues Baseball Museum in order to honor the history and future of their beloved sport.
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Bill & Brian Doyle Murray Playing Ball With Facebook Watch

Facebook Watch has set the premiere date for Bill Murray and Brian Doyle-Murray's Extra Innings, an unscripted series about minor league baseball hosted by the comedy brothers. The 10-episode digital series will debut Monday, November 20, with new episodes available weekly on Mondays. Watch the trailer below. In Extra Innings, avid baseball fans the Murrays travel to minor-league cities to visit teams and the communities they represent (no Cubs visit, Bill?). The series…
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15 Boxes of Cereal, 8 Pounds of Glitter and 1 Bag of Onions: Making of 'SpongeBob's' Stop-Motion Halloween Special

SpongeBob SquarePants is getting the stop-motion treatment for an upcoming Halloween special.

The previously announced SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom, which airs at 7 p.m. Friday on Nickelodeon, will tell the story of the Flying Dutchman (Brian Doyle-Murray) coming to Bikini Bottom — which is all decked out for Halloween — to make sure everyone in town is scared, but he runs into a challenge with SpongeBob (Tom Kenny), who seems firm in his belief that anything scary is actually funny.

The special was produced at Screen Novelties, a Los Angeles-based stop-motion animation production company. (This marks the...
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Bill Murray Went to See 'Groundhog Day: The Musical' and It Made Him Cry

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In a time of constant remakes and reimaginings, it's nice to see some of them turn out to be quality works. It's even better when they can be recognized by the original creators as such. A musical adaptation of Groundhog Day has been playing on Broadway for a few months now, and since that time it's racked up a bunch of Tony Award nominations, among other accolades. Now the star of the 1993 movie, Bill Murray, has seen it twice and is a huge fan. The New York Times has a great report on Murray's first time seeing the show, on Tuesday night, with co-star and brother Brian Doyle-Murray plus the co-writer of both screen and stage versions, Danny Rubin. He caught the musical, during which he reportedly sobbed, and then afterward his group went backstage to...

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‘Groundhog Day’: Bill Murray Was Moved to Tears by the Broadway Show of His Iconic Film

‘Groundhog Day’: Bill Murray Was Moved to Tears by the Broadway Show of His Iconic Film
Bill Murray revisited one of his most beloved roles Tuesday night at the August Wilson Theater in New York City, where he watched the musical adaptation of “Groundhog Day.” Joining Murray were his brother, Brian Doyle-Murray, who played Buster in the original film, and screenwriter Danny Rubin, who co-wrote the 1993 film as well as the Broadway adaptation.

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Widely considered one of the greatest comedies of all time and one of Murray’s most iconic performances, “Groundhog Day” follows pompous weatherman Phil Connors (Andy Karl int he musical) who must relive the same day over and over again in the podunk town of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania.

Murray appeared deeply engaged throughout the night, the New York Times reports. Murray bobbed his head to the music, pumped his fist in the air, and even once let out an audible “Wow!
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Bill Murray Seen ‘Visibly Sobbing’ at ‘Groundhog Day’ Broadway Show

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Bill Murray Seen ‘Visibly Sobbing’ at ‘Groundhog Day’ Broadway Show
Nearly a quarter-century after its release, “Groundhog Day” remains one of Bill Murray’s most famous movies, and this week, he gave the Broadway musical adaptation of his beloved comedy his blessing after it reportedly moved him to tears. The New York Times covered Murray’s visit to the August Wilson Theatre to see the show, during which he took selfies and hung out with starstruck fans who couldn’t believe that Phil Connors himself was with them in the audience. He was joined by his brother, Brian Doyle-Murray, who played Buster Green in the original film, and Danny Rubin,
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Great Job, Internet!: Every detail of Bill Murray going to see the Groundhog Day musical is good

Harold Ramis and Bill Murray’s Groundhog Day is one of the best comedies to ever come out of Hollywood, its heartwarming message of self-betterment dovetailing beautifully with the script’s absurd riffs on Nietzschean philosophy. More than 20 years after its release, the film continues to capture the imaginations of viewers, with making-of accounts, fan edits, and now a Broadway production celebrating it.

The Groundhog Day musical premiered on Broadway last April, and though it has since received fawning reviews from the New York theater cognoscenti, the most important critics of all didn’t arrive until last night, when Murray himself showed up alongside co-star (and brother) Brian Doyle-Murray and co-screenwriter Danny Rubin (who also wrote the book for the musical).

The New York Times’ Sopan Deb chronicled the night both in an article and on Twitter, taking the opportunity to highlight the types of charming, offhand quirks for ...
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Bill Murray Gets Emotional During Visit to ‘Groundhog Day’ Musical on Broadway

Bill Murray Gets Emotional During Visit to ‘Groundhog Day’ Musical on Broadway
To the delight of fans and cast alike, Bill Murray attended a performance of the Tony-nominated Groundhog Day, a musical adaptation of the 1993 film starring Murray and Andie MacDowell.

He managed to enter the August Wilson Theatre in New York City on Tuesday night will relatively little fanfare. But once inside the lobby, Murray, who was accompanied by screenwriter (and book writer of the musical) Danny Rubin and his brother Brian Doyle-Murray, was soon spotted by fans -- and quickly ended up on social media. The New York Times, which tagged along during the actor’s first visit to the musical, reported that he was greeted with applause from the audience before the show started.

By the time intermission came, Et has learned, Murray obliged adoring fans with selfies in the lobby.

At the end of the show, which tells the story of a local weatherman stuck repeating the same day over and over again in Punxsutawney
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Bill Murray Relived Groundhog Day Again at the Broadway Musical — and Cried

Bill Murray Relived Groundhog Day Again at the Broadway Musical — and Cried
Bill Murray returned to Groundhog Day… again.

On Tuesday, the 66-year-old comedian went back in time — taking in a performance of Groundhog Day, the Broadway musical based on his hit 1993 movie about a cranky TV weatherman who gets stuck in a time warp while covering the Groundhog Day ceremonies in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania and is forced to relive the same day over and over again until he gets it right.

It was Murray’s first time seeing the musical, which was nominated for seven 2017 Tony awards and took home London’s Olivier Award for Best Musical. And according to reports from The New York Times,
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Comic-Con 2017: Watch a Clip from the SpongeBob Halloween Special

Last year Mondo brought out the fun horror side of SpongeBob Squarepants with their Hash Slinging Slasher poster, and now Nickelodeon is giving horror fans who enjoy a little pineapple under the sea another reason to rejoice, as they've announced a stop-motion SpongeBob Halloween special premiering this October, and you can watch the first clip right now:

Press Release: Fans filled the room to the gills at San Diego Comic-Con 2017 for Nickelodeon’s SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-kini Bottom panel on Saturday, July 22. During the panel, series’ notable voice actors Tom Kenny (SpongeBob), Bill Fagerbakke (Patrick), Rodger Bumpass (Squidward), Carolyn Lawrence (Sandy) Clancy Brown (Mr. Krabs) and surprise guest Brian Doyle Murray (Flying Dutchman) performed a live table read of a fan-picked classic episode, “Shanghaied.”

Moderated by Claudia Spinelli (Executive in Charge, SpongeBob SquarePants, Nickelodeon), a look at the upcoming SpongeBob SquarePants stop-motion special was given from Nickelodeon
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Bill Murray to Open Caddyshack Restaurant Near Hometown

Bill Murray to Open Caddyshack Restaurant Near Hometown
Bill Murray is bringing Caddyshack to his hometown, at least nearby where he grew up and in restaurant and bar form. Murray Bros. Caddyshack will be opening later this year in the village of Rosemont, which is just outside of Chicago and adjacent to O'Hare Airport. Murray and his siblings were reared on the North Shore of Chicago in suburban Wilmette. He and his five brothers (Andy, Brian Doyle, Ed, Johnny and Joel) opened the restaurant's first location at the World Golf Village in St. Augustine, Fl, in 2001.

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Nickelodeon Scares Up Halloween Fun With Stop-Motion ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Special

Nickelodeon Scares Up Halloween Fun With Stop-Motion ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ Special
Nickelodeon is scaring up a new adventure for SpongeBob SquarePants and his friends with the stop-motion animated special “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom,” which will air on the network in October.

The special finds SpongeBob and company donning costumes and decorating their neighborhood for some Halloween fun, but the spooky Flying Dutchman (voiced by Brian Doyle Murray) has other plans.

The special, produced at stop-motion animation company Screen Novelties in Los Angeles, aims to evoke the style of such classic Rankin/Bass holiday specials as “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” and “Mad Monster Party.”

The special will feature an original song by voice actor Mr. Lawrence, who plays Plankton in the series, with music by Eban Schletter.

“The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom” production uses 27 sets that feature such items as 15 boxes of breakfast cereal to create Bikini Bottom’s coral reefs, eight pounds of glitter to decorate SpongeBob’s pineapple house, and
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'SpongeBob SquarePants' Gets Halloween-Themed Stop-Motion Special

SpongeBob SquarePants will be offering up some scares this Halloween.

Nickelodeon has greenlighted a stop-motion special called SpongeBob SquarePants: The Legend of Boo-Kini Bottom that's set to debut in October.

Made in the visual style of the classic Rankin/Bass TV specials, which include Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer, the special will center on the story of the Flying Dutchman (voiced by Brian Doyle Murray), who wants to make sure everyone in town is scared, especially SpongeBob, who thinks scary things are funny. 

The special finds Bikini Bottom decked out for Halloween: Sandy's treedome is a mad scientist's lab, with a giant...
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Bill Murray To Open Caddyshack-Themed Bar In Chicago

If you happen to be in the Chicago area in 2017 and find yourself looking for bars and restaurants that celebrate Harold Ramis’ 1980s golf comedy Caddyshack, you’re in luck. Bill Murray, alongside his five Murray brothers, including co-star/co-writer Brian Doyle-Murray, are teaming up to produce the themed bar in the greater Chicago metropolitan area, just north of the city in the village of Rosemont.

As the local Daily Herald notes, the bar/restaurant is one of two in the works in the area, as they’ve also secured a verbal agreement for an 11,000-square space inside the hotel. They’re now working on getting a written lease, according to Mayor Brad Stephens.

This location is still in very early development, to be clear, with blueprints yet to be commissioned. This is not the first Caddyshack-themed location owned and operated by the brothers, however. They previously opened the Murray Bros.
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Kevin Can Wait: Rob Long Replaces Bruce Helford as CBS Showrunner

Deadline reports there's been a bit of a shakeup behind the scenes at Kevin James' new TV show, Kevin Can Wait. Showrunner Bruce Helford, who co-created the sitcom with James and Rock Reuben, has exited the CBS sitcom.According to the report, Helford left because of creative differences with James. Cheers veteran Rob Long will assume the role of showrunner. He executive produced Sullivan & Son starring Steve Byrne and Brian Doyle-Murray. TBS cancelled the sitcom after three seasons, in 2014.Read More…
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Watch Bill Murray Accept Mark Twain Prize for American Humor

Watch Bill Murray Accept Mark Twain Prize for American Humor
Bill Murray was awarded the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor during an all-star fete at Washington, D.C.'s Kennedy Center, with friends and peers like David Letterman, Steve Martin, Jimmy Kimmel, Miley Cyrus, Aziz Ansari and Ghostbusters co-star Sigourney Weaver paying tribute to the actor.

"It's nice to be here and, as much as I dreaded this, I really had to come back to this idea that there is love, and that's ultimately what we came with and what we go with," Murray told the Kennedy Center audience.
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Veep, Ep. 5.04: Selina Pulls the Plug on “Mee-Maw”

Veep, Season 5, Episode 4: “Mee-Maw”

Written by Alex Gregory & Peter Huyck

Directed by Dale Stern

Airs Sundays at 10:30pm on HBO

For Selina Meyer, winning trumps all other personal concerns, whether those entail being sympathetic to a grieving daughter or honoring her deceased mother. That singular focus is the secret to Selina’s success, but it also makes her a monster. Sometimes that monstrous side peeks out and the public gets an eyeful, usually leading to her failure. Veep is funniest and most successful when Selina is terrible enough that she dances on the line between success and failure. “Mee-Maw” finds her at her worst, which is best for viewers.

While speaking at a windmill farm, where she’s careful to remind the press that she has won the popular vote, Selina learns that her mother has had a stroke and is on life support. Even though she doesn
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