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Murray's relationship with writer-director Wes Anderson started with 1998's "Rushmore." The actor plays Herman Blume, a wealthy man who takes a shine to Jason Schwartzman's private-school student, Max Fischer.
Over the weekend, Julia Louis-Dreyfus watched in shock and awe as her alma mater, Northwestern University, squeaked to victory over Vanderbilt in Salt Lake City.
Murray famously uses an 800 number to let the outside world reach him. Indeed, there's an entire website devoted to "Bill Murray stories." Such is his impish image that it's subtitled -- after an alleged Murray quote -- "No one will ever believe you." (There's a Tumblr, too.)Doesn't he know better?
His longtime friend, Mitch Glazer, is another intermediary -- who then becomes the butt of Murray jokes involving Kelly Lynch, Glazer's wife, and her movie "Road House." Want to get hold of him? Doesn't he realize he should dress in fashionable clothes and not shorts and Hawaiian shirts?
In doing so, he comes to some realizations about life.
Murray, as usual, didn't follow "Groundhog Day" with more of the same.
Scarlett Johansson plays his (chaste) love interest.