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thedailywhat:

Animated GIF of the Day: Bill Murray’s most memorable film roles, illustrated and animated by Derek Eads.
[derekeads.]
Earlier: Michael Cera: The Typecast Lover.

thedailywhat:

Animated GIF of the Day: Bill Murray’s most memorable film roles, illustrated and animated by Derek Eads.

[derekeads.]

Earlier: Michael Cera: The Typecast Lover.



Dan Aykroyd: ‘Ghostbusters 3’ is officially a go

They keep getting me excited about this and then stall at actually making it.  At this point I’ll believe it when I see it.  Also as many people online have pointed out, it will probably suck so they should just leave the franchise alone.

(Source: CNN)



popculturebrain:

imwithkanye:

While he may have meant Jim Belushi, Jim Fallon says goodnight in Bill Murray’s Killer Bee costume with Chris Kattan, Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch, Jude Law, Bill Hader, Tina Fey, Seth Meyer’s forehead, Michael Buble, Amy Poehler, Bobby Moynihan, (a good looking) Horatio Sanz and Abby Elliott. 
[Also, if you watch the whole clip, you can see Will Arnett skating in the background.]

I mean, how badly would you have wanted to be out on that ice?

That is JOHN Belushi’s iconic bee costume, not Bill Murray’s and not Jim Belushi’s.  I am disappointed that Jimmy got that wrong and even more disappointed that someone would call John Belushi with his much less funny brother.  [I take SNL history very seriously]
Fun fact: The most iconic appearance of the bee costume came in episode 10 of the first season of SNL with a performance of The Blues Bees, who later became the Blues Brothers, singing “King Bee”. 

popculturebrain:

imwithkanye:

While he may have meant Jim Belushi, Jim Fallon says goodnight in Bill Murray’s Killer Bee costume with Chris Kattan, Fred Armisen, Rachel Dratch, Jude Law, Bill Hader, Tina Fey, Seth Meyer’s forehead, Michael Buble, Amy Poehler, Bobby Moynihan, (a good looking) Horatio Sanz and Abby Elliott. 

[Also, if you watch the whole clip, you can see Will Arnett skating in the background.]

I mean, how badly would you have wanted to be out on that ice?

That is JOHN Belushi’s iconic bee costume, not Bill Murray’s and not Jim Belushi’s.  I am disappointed that Jimmy got that wrong and even more disappointed that someone would call John Belushi with his much less funny brother.  [I take SNL history very seriously]

Fun fact: The most iconic appearance of the bee costume came in episode 10 of the first season of SNL with a performance of The Blues Bees, who later became the Blues Brothers, singing “King Bee”. 




(Source: nevver)