Bill Murray Hasn’t Seen Wes Anderson’s Bottle Rocket, Despite Owning Many VHS Copies

When it comes to the iconic actor-director duo, people tend to think of Robert De Niro-Martin Scorsese or Johnny Depp-Tim Burton the most. A pair that flies massively under the radar Bill die And the Wes Anderson actor has appeared in the lead role or supporting role in most of the filmmaker’s films. In a recent interview with Collider, Murray revealed that he was first told by his agent in the nineties about a promising young director named Wes Anderson.

“I kept getting these notes from my agent, who would send me the cassettes of his first film, [1996’s] Bottle rocket. I have possibly the largest collection of bottle rockets of anyone on the planet, and I still haven’t seen the film. I just never got to see it. Finally, they sent me the script [1998’s] Rushmore and he said, “Would you like to meet this man?” And I said, “It’s not necessary.” They really wanted me to do it and they went, “What ?!” I said, “He knows exactly what he wants to do.” When I read the script, I knew that it was a man who knew exactly what he was about to do. They said, “Do you want to meet them?” I said, “It’s not necessary. When do we shoot it?” It was like this. I have been very fortunate to work with Wes on all his other films, except that I did not see. “

before this Wes Anderson Along came, Murray was mostly known for his Funman personality. While Anderson’s films have many comic elements, they more often pay attention to the deeper feelings of life and allow Murray to stretch his dramatic skills in new and unexpected ways. According to the actor, working on Wes Anderson’s films is an old-fashioned, hands-on attraction.

“At first, it was a aftermath, but we have become great friends. [Wes] It is really an experience to make a film. I used to be jealous of those old-time people who used to go to Hawaii and shoot the storm, and they had to stay in Hawaii for five and a half months for a good storm. He was living It was actually a film actor, then. But Wes’s films are also similar. We go to a place, we take a small place, and all you do is film. There is nothing else but making that film and being with the people who make that film. All of your daily life and more is Gris Fogrist Mill. It is more that you can get on the job when you shoot. He really makes movies and experiences, and I love it. And every film she just keeps getting better and better and better. “

Murray will next be seen in Anderson’s The French Dispatch, which will be released this year. The actor will play the role of Arthur Howitzer Jr., whose editor is French dispatchA character who is said to be based on the American American newspaper co-founder Harold Ross the new Yorker. This news came from Collider.

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