(Video link) Bill Murray was David Letterman's guest last night, promoting his FDR movie, Hyde Park on Hudson. But since Mr. Murray is not one to just show up and do PR, he made a much more exciting entrance than usual. A warning to all of my acquaintances: the next time you invite me to your house, I'm going to enter like this, so don't ask me to bring food. After the jump, if you're interesting in seeing what Bill Murray keeps in his pockets, the full segment from Late Show with David Letterman.
For the calmer part of his appearance (video link), Murray talked about his annual tradition of watching the Rockefeller Center tree lighting and shares some hot cocoa with the host. I promise, this is the coziest and silliest thing you will watch today.
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In honor of the great director Jonathan Demme who died yesterday, please enjoy this bloopers reel from his classic film Silence of the Lambs. More horror film blooper reels at TVOvermind.
“Quid pro quo – I tell you things, you tell me things.” Edited by Jon Tomlinson; Narration: Andy Geller; Executive Producer: Dustin McLean (CineFix)
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