Are you a fan of Bill Murray? Stupid question right, who isn’t? Bill Murray is a legend in Hollywood and parts beyond. If he is into your project he’s been known to bankroll parts of a movie out of his own pocket. He’s such an enigma that he’s known to not even have an agent to broker his movie deals for him.
The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray is a dictionary of Bill’s exploits. Starting at the letter A and moving to Z the book a light on the man that is Bill Murray through stories, interviews, and facts from friends, colleagues and the legend himself.
He’s the sort of actor who can do Hamlet and Charlie’s Angels in the same year.
He shuns managers and agents and once agreed to voice the part of Garfield because he mistakenly believed it was a Coen brothers film. Bill Murray’s extraordinary career is rich with fascinating anecdotes, contradictions, and mystery, from his early success on Saturday Night Live and the biggest blockbusters of the 1980s (Caddyshack, Stripes, Tootsie, Ghostbusters) to his reinvention as a hipster icon in the early 21st century (in films like Lost in Translation and Moonrise Kingdom).
And now you can get your fill of Bill: part biography, part critical appreciation, part love letter, and all fun, The Big Bad Book of Bill Murray chronicles every single Murray performance in loving detail, relating all the milestones, yarns, and controversy in the life of this beloved but enigmatic performer. These pages are packed with color film stills, extraordinary fan art, and behind-the-scenes photography.
This is a book every Murray fan must own. I don’t really care if you like him or not, you should buy the book anyway. Let’s face it, we are talking about Bill F#$*ing Murray.