EW: Bill Murray is everywhere. He’s sliding into home plate during a minor league baseball game in Charleston, South Carolina. He’s bartending at Austin’s Shangri-La during the South by Southwest Festival. He’s accompanying a 22-year-old Norwegian girl to a party in Scotland. He’s popping up in so many random places that there’s even a website devoted to tracking the actor’s whereabouts and activities, although most of the stories it publishes are fictional.
Would it be fair to say that Bill Murray and Jack Nicholson are the best two actors of all time? Like, I gotta say I think Nicholson takes the cake as far as the best actor goes, but he’s a bit one-dimensional. His talent is deeper than Murray’s, but not as wide, if that makes any sense. Bill Murray kills it in comedies, but he’s also been a part of a few dramas, Lost In Translation for example, which was a super good movie if you watch it start to finish, even if it makes you look at your life and think “I could be doing better.” But that’s how good it is. Scarlet Johannson has the most suckable tits of all time in that movie, but there is no way I deserve them. She is far too classy for the common internet blogger slash computer nerd like me.
But seriously, Bill Murray’s EASILY the second best actor of all time. For fuck’s sake, he was even in Space Jam. Remember that? Remember how he saved the day when he filled in as the fifth player so the Tune Squad didn’t have to forfeit. And Ghostbusters? Groundhog Day? Groundhog Day might be my favorite Bill Murray movie. I heard a while back that they were making a new Big Lebowski movie that Bill Murray was supposed to be in, but I recently heard it was just a rumor and they aren’t going to make it, which sucks because that’s a PERFECT movie for him. Bill Murray is the world champion of sarcasm.