Bill Murray's fake Wes Anderson inspired slow-motion film

Watch Bill Murray’s fake Wes Anderson inspired film

“The secret is to have a sense of yourself, your real self, your unique self.” — Bill Murray

Bill Murray, while being a lot of things, is undoubtedly unique.

While his numerous different roles have helped establish him as one of Hollywood’s favourite names, Murray’s off-screen personality has undoubtedly cemented him as a cult hero like no other.

While Murray is synonymous with films such as Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day and Lost in Translation, it’s his prolific working relationship with director Wes Anderson that has defined his career in recent years. While Isle of Dogs, The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom live long in the memory, it’s this unknown slow-motion fake Wes Anderson idea we all want to see.

“This is not a trailer for a real film,” director David Walton Smith said. “Bill Murray was kind enough to grant us our wish of walking down the hallway in slow motion — simple. This is better than an autograph.”

“Thank you, Bill Murray.”

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