Bill Murray Answers the Internet's Questions About Garfield, Fans and the Other Funniest Stories of His Career

The Reddit Ama has become the Internet’s version of Inside the Actors Studio, and everyone fancies themselves a regular James Lipton. There have been some fantastic celebrity interviews on the website, but Bill Murray’s could easily be the best. The actor was promoting his role in the upcoming The Monuments Men, about a ragtag platoon sent to rescue artworks from the Nazis during World War II, due in theaters on February 7. Perhaps the most amusing story Murray shares is about his involvement with the Garfield films. “I only read a few pages of it, and I kind of wanted to do a cartoon movie, because I had looked at the screenplay and it said 'Joel Cohen' on it. And I wasn't thinking clearly, but it was spelled Cohen, not Coen,” he told a...

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