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Upcoming Bill Murray Movies And TV: Everything The Comedian Is Working On


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There are many comedy legends that I often think of when my mind goes to some of the greatest comedy films. These range from people like Steve Martin and Martin Short, to others who have truly made a name for themselves in this industry. But, one of the ones that I always come back to is Bill Murray.

In my opinion, Murray’s made some of the biggest comedy classics in film history, from comedies like Groundhog Day to ghost adventures like Ghostbusters. Everyone knows this awesome comedic actor, and with good reason. What Bill Murray movies or TV shows are coming out soon that you, as a fan, can look forward to? From Ghostbusters: Afterlife to miniseries, here is everything the actor has coming up soon.

The French Dispatch - October 22, 2021 (Completed)

Wes Anderson has always come out with plenty of fun films that his fans have all enjoyed, from the animated adventure Isle of Dogs to The Grand Budapest Hotel. However, a new film is coming out soon that Bill Murray will be a part of, and that is The French Dispatch.

The film, which has been delayed a couple of times due to the COVID-19 pandemic, is finally set to come out on October 22, 2021, after so much anticipation building. Bill Murray is among the stars featured in The French Dispatch cast, which includes people like Elisabeth Moss, Timothée Chamolet, Jeffrey Wright, Tilda Swinton, and so many others. Murray and Wes Anderson have collaborated on several films before - which we’ll go over in another entry here - but it seems that The French Dispatch is set to take the world by storm.

The film is set to tell a series of stories from the final issue of an American magazine, that was published in a fictional 20th century French city, so it’s certainly an interesting premise. Wes Anderson spoke to the New Yorker about the upcoming film, saying that real-life stories and the idea of wanting to do a film like the publication (the New Yorker), was something he always wanted to do

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