Bill Murray & Harold Ramis
William James Bill Murray (born September 21, 1950) is an American actor and comedian. Harold Allen Ramis (born November 21, 1944) is an American actor, director, and writer, specializing in comedy./5
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Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis on the set of Ghostbusters.
In 1993, there was a movie called Groundhog Day. It starred Bill Murray and was directed by Harold Ramis. It was...
I'm so fat that the last time I visited a major city, . Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Bill Murray fired lasers at me.
Making a Tupac movie without consulting Jada would be like making a Harold Ramis film & not once picking up the phone to call Bill Murray
Ghostbusters II, starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Sigourney Weaver & Ernie Hudson, was released on this day i…
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I just realised that every 1984 ghostbuster (except Harold Ramis) was in the reboot I knew Bill Murray and Annie Potts was but! Mind Blown!
Great touch having Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts in the movie. Also the Statue of Harold Ramis 👌🏼
Ivan Reitman directing Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray and Ernie Hudson on the set of Ghostbusters.
Today in 1989 'Ghostbusters 2' starring Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray & Harold Ramis was released in Cinemas 🎬
Stripes:Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy. Forgot how hilarious this movie is. Watching on
I mean, everybody had a thing for Bill Murray. But Harold Ramis will always be the Ghostbuster I had a crush on.
So, whaddid I just do? Invent the next Harold Ramis's Stripes's Bill Murray's Who cried at the end of Old Yeller? Yeah me too
Now if only Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and the ghost of Harold Ramis could walk by.
Stripes (1981). Thoroughly entertaining army shenanigans with Bill Murray on stunning form. Harold Ramis is awkwardly brilliant.
at is Ghostbusters (1984) starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis
Harold Ramis directing Bill Murray on the set of Groundhog Day.
Well it isn't the 1959 Cadillac ambulance that Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, & Ernie Hudson cruised...
Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Harold Ramis in all their Ghostbusting glory at my house right now.
Ghostbusters - Directed by Ivan Reitman and starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Sigourn
Bob Odenkirk,Bill Murray,the late great Dennis Farina,Mandy Patinkin,and the late great Harold Ramis
Harold Ramis, too. MT Never-before-seen footage of John Belushi, Bill Murray, Gilda Radner rehearsing pre-
Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd on the set of Ghostbusters.
Bill Murray shreds Ghostbusters 3 script & sends it back to Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis.
"John Calipari is too slimy for our taste.". - Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis & Bill Murray. "I agree.". - Marc Summers
Groundhog Day/Harold Ramis and secret of Bill Murray's message and why religions embrace it:
is on. How old do you reckon these guys were in '84? Bill Murray - 34. Dan Ackroyd - 32. Harold Ramis - 40. Tough paper round.
I wanted a return of Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Harold Ramis knowing that it could potentially be amazing or bad
Because none of them is Bill Murray. Or Dan Ackroyd or Harold Ramis. Just feels wrong. That said, trailer can prove me wrong.
Bill Murray, John Belushi, Gilda Radner, Joe Flaherty and Harold Ramis in previously unreleased CBC footage from...
Stripes (9pm) has one heck of a cast: Bill Murray, John Candy, Warren Oates & Harold Ramis in his first film role.
Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and John Candy together in the Stripes (1981) 7.5/10 is almost lethally funny 7.5/10
instead of Ghostbusters 3 because it won't be the same without Harold Ramis & Bill Murray being in it
Dan Aykroyd wants Ghostbusters 3 to be the next Marvel Cinematic Universe. Without Bill Murray. And Harold Ramis.
The movie "Stripes" is on with bill Murray and Harold Ramis. Love this movie!!
Thank you, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, & everyone involved for the laughs & joy has given me.
Hey, Columbia Pictures! Don't do Ghostbusters 3!!! We don't even need another movie, even without Bill Murray and Harold Ramis.
Bill Murray wants nothing to do with it, and Harold Ramis passed away earlier this year. It's just Ray and Winston left.
Bill Murray, Harold Ramis and on the set of in 1983.
Dan Aykroyd (7/01/1952 - ) was born in Ottawa, Canada. He is an actor and comedian known for his performances on Saturday Night Live, and in the hit films The Blues Brothers and Ghostbusters. He was born with different colored eyes and webbed toes, and planned on becoming a Catholic priest until he turned 17. In 1975, Aykroyd helped make television history when he became part of the original cast of the late night-comedy program Saturday Night Live. He delighted audiences with his skilled impersonations of the likes of President Jimmy Carter, talk show host Tom Snyder and TV chef Julia Child. Aykroyd acted and co-wrote the script for the humorous supernatural blockbuster Ghostbusters. The movie also starred Bill Murray and Harold Ramis, and the trio reprised their roles as ghost-hunting scientists in the 1989 sequel. Aykroyd worked with fellow SNL alum Chevy Chase in 1985's Spies Like Us. In 1989, he took on more serious fare with a supporting role in the drama Driving Miss Daisy; Aykroyd received an Aca ...
ON this day THIRTY YEARS AGO.On this day in 1984, the now-classic comedy Ghostbusters is released in theaters across the United States. Produced and directed by Ivan Reitman, Ghostbusters starred Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis as disgraced parapsychology professors in New York City who turn to “paranormal investigation”--hunting down and capturing ghosts---to make money after Columbia University yanks their research grants. Suddenly overwhelmed by the demand for their services, they hire a fourth team member (Ernie Hudson) who predicts that the increased supernatural activity is building to a catastrophic Judgement Day-like scenario. His fears turn out to be right on target, and all *** breaks loose after a skeptical government official (William Atherton) pulls the plug on the ghostbusters’ containment system. Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis co-starred as Manhattan apartment dwellers possessed by followers of a long-dead deity, Gozer, with whom the ghostbusters must wage a climactic ba ...
Thirty years ago a movie was released that helped define the childhood of a generation. The film had everything: action, comedy, a smattering of romance, intelligent heroes, ghosts, and a Sumerian deity. Today that film turns thirty. A big thank you to Ivan Reitman, Dan Akroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson, Sigourney Weaver, Rick Morranis, and Robyn Shelby for making childhood awesome for us. Happy 30th Ghostbusters! We're still ready to believe you!
WHO YA GONNA CALL? It's the 30th Anniversary of GHOSTBUSTERS! Fire up a copy of the movie, roast some marshmallows, fix a car, "Ok, Who brought the dog?", talk like a GOD, have a TWINKIE, or save the world from the chosen destructor! I you want to wonder why I love this movie, watch it and I'm sure you'll laugh at least once. Check out some of my previous posts for some fun facts about the movie. Special Thank You to some of the people that made it happen: Michael Gross, Ernie Hudson, Dan Aykroyd, Rick Moranis, Robin Shelby, Jim Fye, William Forsche, Will Deutschendorf, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, William Atherton, Hank Deutschendorf, Annie Potts,, Sigourney Weaver Here are two of my proudest moments as a fan of Ghostbusters
At this point, Bergdahl makes Bill Murray and Harold Ramis look like the soldiers atop Mount Suribachi.
Just watched Starship Troopers and now onto the Bill Murray and Harold Ramis classic Stripes. :)
For those with Encore, all-time classic movie Stripes with Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy, PJ Soles & others- just started!!
Just woke up from the worlds strangest dream. I was living inside a 3rd ghostbusters movie where they had replaced Bill Murray was CGI and they had replaced Harold Ramis with AC Slater from saved by the bell. I'm sure this means something.
I was at THR SW PCT Skills training this morning... What Kind of training have you been doing son?? PCT Training Sir ! ... That 's the Fact Jack ! Lines from Stripes with Bill Murray , John Candy, Harold Ramis and a few good MPs. ;-)
Bill Murray plays me, Dan Aykroyd as Caz, Yang = Harold Ramis and Simon is Ernie Hudson (didn’t believe in ghosts)
Started my military service in the exact same building that Bill Murray and Harold Ramis met Sgt. Hulka in the movie "Stripes" at Ft. Knox! Anyone who knows the "school of hard Knox" or has been through it, knows these three words: misery, agony and heartbreak ... baby! If people ask me where I'm from or where I went to school, I tell them, I'm from the "school of hard Knox" in more ways than one!
Love me some Stripes, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. "That's a fact, Jack."
2016 brings..GI joe 3. If they can actually use Destro in his steel mask more as he was in the comic or TV show and or Cobra commander in the finatical hood that might be ill, Captain America 3, X-Men: Apocolypse with who else but Apocolypse as the enemy, would be dope. They are gonna squeeze out a Ghostbusters 3 with Dan Ak, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Ernie Hudson as cameo stars...But *** man... Harold Ramis. Spidermsn three with shadowcat, maybe the Rhino or the seperation anxiety symbiots might be nice
Stripes has got to be the best Bill Murray and Harold Ramis movie ever! what a great day, its a great day!
People and me wanting Bill Murray to be in the next but without harold ramis why worry about Bill.
1. Open letter to Tom Cruise. No one wants a sequel to Top Gun. We LOVE that movie because it reminds us of a time when you weren't crazy. 2. Open letter to Dan Aykroyd. No one wants your dumb Ghostbusters sequel without Harold Ramis and Bill Murray.
Watch Comedy legends, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Rick Moranis in Now on VH1Classic.
Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson and Ivan Reitman pay respects to Harold Ramis. The other members of the...
Ernie Hudson, Harold Ramis, Ivan Reitman, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray on the set of Ghostbusters II.
How can John Candy and John Hughes both be dead? And now Harold Ramis? I know it's been awhile, but I just watched a few of their movies and it hit me how sad that is, to have lost them all so young. I'm forever a fan. The day we lose Bill Murray will be one of the saddest of my life. Little pieces of my childhood keep slipping away, as happens to us all. Strangely bittersweet.
We're playing Stripes at 5:30. Bill Murray and the late great Harold Ramis. That is all.
I cried!.Bill Murray nominates Harold Ramis in the Best Cinematography category: via
"Oops, we forgot one: Harold Ramis for Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, and Groundhog Day.". -Bill Murray at the Oscars
Watching STRIPES (1981) with Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. Very funny movie. RIP Harold Ramis.
Harold Ramis' first film as a director was this country club farce, one of the cornerstones of 1980s comedies. The cast includes Chevy Chase, Ted Knight, Rodney Dangerfield and Bill Murray.
The rumor is Bill Murray and his close friend and collaborator Harold Ramis had a fight on the set of Groundhog Day in 1993 and never really spoke after that. When friends and family heard that Harold Ramis was in serious condition, Bill flew to Chicago and visited his friend shortly before he died…
We've had a little time to process the passing of Harold Ramis, and unfortunately, no words can really express how moved we all are by this event. Although he is no longer with us physically, I like to think he's in a better place. His spirit and sense of humor with be with us forever. It's hard to imagine what this means for Ghostbusters 3, considering how difficult it has already been with the possibility that Bill Murray might not be involved, but my hope is that they go ahead with Dan Aykroyd at the helm, and hopefully Billy will jump on-board. I would like to see something of a tribute in the third movie. In the mean time, James Rolfe, owner of Cinemassacre.com and famous for his derogatory comedy web series The Angry Video Game Nerd has released a tribute video discussing the life of Harold Ramis, so I hope you will find that interesting. Peace be with you, good sir. You are welcome to come haunt our movies anytime.
It still makes me sad when I think of Bill Murray's shout-out for Harold Ramis at the Oscars. So sweet…
Missed the Oscars last night? Bill Murray resolved his Harold Ramis beef with a big lump in his throat
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How about comedy categories at the so brilliant films and artists like Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Peter...
"We forgot one. Harold Ramis, for Caddyshack, Ghostbusters, and Groundhog's Day." While presenting the Best Cinematography Oscar alongside Amy Adams, Bill Murray offered an impromptu tribute to his colleague and friend Harold Ramis, who died last week of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis.
wow has it been 20 yrs. since we lost John Candy?? I loved him on SCTV and Spaceballs, he was also in Stripes with Bill Murray and Harold Ramis too
Bill Murray paid tribute to his great friend Harold Ramis at last nights Academy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
"Harold Ramis and I together did the National Lampoon Show off Broadway, Meatballs, Stripes, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day. He earned his keep on this planet. God bless him.” -Bill Murray
Watching the Oscars. I never watch them live. I fast forward to the snooze fest and check out the important stuff. I love when Bill Murray self nominated Harold Ramis for best cinematographer live, right before the award was opened. Highlight of the evening so far :-) The Wizard of Oz retrospective is good too. I love when Harrison Ford ask for more napkins when he was eating Ellen pizza. My god who hasn't had a facelift in Hollywood? Liza? Angelina? Goldie? Novak? You have to admire Angela Lansbury. She might be 88 but she hasn't stretched her cheeks around your ear lobes. Kelly Preston and Sandra Bullock both still look like they're 30. Did anyone notice the size of the ring on Jennifer Garner's finger? Crap it's an Oscar in itself! The Pepsi commercial with all the movie quotes was pretty good . if you haven't checked it out it's worth it and creative :-) Who didn't have a tear in their eye when Bette Midler sang the wind beneath my wings? Come on seriously who? What the *** is up with John Travolta .. ...
Oscars are over. Did you love the shout out to Harold Ramis by Bill Murray? What were your favorite moments?
The only thing that matters from the Oscars is Bill Murray throwing some respect out to Harold Ramis.
While the Oscars last night was entertaining, the moment Bill Murray paid tribute to Harold Ramis was easily the best moment for me. I don't have much to say with the last three winners because I didn't see any of those movies yet. One thing is for sure, I DEFINATELY want to see American Hustle, Dallas Buyers Club, Blue Jasmine, 12 Years A Slave(Won for Best Picture), the one with Meryl Streep(Can't remember the name at the moment), Lone Survivor, and Gravity(Won 7 awards) more than ever now. I have to pick them up when I have the chance.
I almost never watch awards shows, but we caught a good bit of the Oscars last night. It more or less reminded me of why I don't watch 'em. Ellen Degeneres was way too safe, probably in reaction to last years juvenilia ("We saw your boobs"). The pizza bit was pretty dumb. It was painful to see Sidney Poitier struggling to speak. And it was up to Bill Murray to mention Harold Ramis... apparently there was no time to add him to the memorial of lost talents. Some nice bits... Bette Midler (divine as ever)... & seeing '12 Years a Slave' take Best Picture. The right wing historical revisionists lately have been trying to downplay the horror of that odious institution... perhaps this film will set the apologists for our shameful past straight?
As he presented the award for Best Cinematographer with Amy Adams, Bill Murray snuck in a classy, touching tribute to his longtime collaborator Harold Ramis, whom he'd feuded with for the decade before Ramis' death last week.
Bill Murray is every superlative, ever. His tribute to Harold Ramis was perfect. You could see the emotion in his eyes :)…
Bill Murray's off-script tribute to Harold Ramis was pretty amazing:
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Bill Murray gives respect to Harold Ramis at The Oscars 2014.
Bill Murray goes off script presenting Best Cinematography: "We forgot one. Harold Ramis for Caddyshack, Ghostbusters a…
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Harold Ramis: Bill Murray pays tribute to Ghostbusters star at 2014 Oscars
That was awesome when Bill Murray gave a shout out to the late great Harold Ramis.
You can tell Bill Murray misses his friend, Harold Ramis. So sweet.
I hope that Sidney Portier made it through the the night ok...and a bravo for Bill Murray & his nomination for Harold Ramis
One of the highlights of last night. Bill Murray's off-the-cuff tribute to the late great Harold Ramis
Wow - Bill Murray went off-script at the Oscars and jokingly announced Harold Ramis as an extra Best Cinematography nominee. Excellent.
I liked a video from Bill Murray's -Tribute to Harold Ramis (Oscars 2014)
Pleasantly surprised that Harold Ramis was in the In Memoriam montage. Loved Bill Murray's shout-out as well.
Leave it to Bill Murray to make the perfect Harold Ramis tribute.
So we watched the Oscars last night. Love Ellen, I think Jonah Hill is so sweet...the tribute to 75th anniversary of the Wizard of Oz was awesome. Love love Pink Judy Garland would be proud, Liza was a bit scary.I did notice a lot of Errors with the presenters ie, John Travolta (what was with the name you said). I guess the wine was a flowing. The memoriam of the actors, etc who passed was beautifully done...Love Bette Midler. That one women who broke out in song...a bit odd. Loved when Sidney and Angelina came out...Idina Was freakin AMAZING so glad the song won and movie...Bill Murray loved that you mentioned Harold Ramis btw you got a lot older than I remember.always a bit long but I really enjoyed it. First time we actually watched the whole thing. Well that's it. I need to go to sleep
Bill Murray putting aside his decades-long feud with Harold Ramis to pay tribute to him tonight hit me right in the gut. Absolutely incredible.
And Bill Murray for his props to Harold Ramis.
Thoughts on the Academy Awards. 1. How wonderful that Bill Murray remembered his old friend Harold Ramis when presenting an award! 2. Why oh why don't these lovely actresses in their beautiful designer gowns wear necklaces? Seriously! A low cut or strapless gown begs for some kind of jewelry about the neck. 3. Let It Go! 4. I really need to see more of the movies nominated. I looked back at the list of winners since 1980. Prior to having children, I saw almost all of them. After having Julia, I've seen very few. There's got to be some middle ground. 5. Ellen is hysterically funny. 6. If there's a more down to earth and grounded young woman than Jennifer Lawrence, I don't know who it would be. 7. It was good to see Cate Blanchett win for a movie that's on the small box office side. She's such a fine actress. 8. Three words for Matthew Mcconaughey when it comes to acceptance speeches: Short and Sweet. 9. Isn't Jared Leto precious! 10. Spring Break is coming up, I'm going to see me some movies.
The great Bill Murray steals Oscar time for a shout out to his fellow ghost busting friend the late Harold Ramis. he will be missed. he is now busting ghosts on the other side. R.I.P Harold Ramis! :'(
It's weird looking back on a project that I'm doing and how things have changed rapidly since then. Since getting access to Sony Pictures Stock Footage, I'm creating a teaser-like trailer for a (hopefully) upcoming movie. Between getting background footage, stunt shots, aerial stuff and all kinds of odds and ends. My little side project involves making a teaser of Ghostbusters III with one of the supposed plot details of how Bill Murray was on the fence about doing it and so maybe had his Peter Venkman character being a ghost or even just a small cameo or mention. This was before the unfortunate passing of Harold Ramis, in which I started on this in mid-February or so. Then fast forward to last week, upon working on a DVD for another friend of mine, the news started to break about it. That was a bummer and complete shock. So, I dunno. A simple edit here or there to tweak things to how I would like to see the next movie with 3 or 4 main plots which (separately) include: The "Ghostbusters in *** script Pe . ...
The big winners: Bill Murray with the ad lib tribute to Harold Ramis & Matthew Mcconaughey with a speech thanking God & Family.
Not sure what made me happier and sadder Bill Murray sneaking in a Harold Ramis tribute, or the Sarah Jones banner on the way into a commercial break. Gob bless and may they both rest in peace.
I have seen none of the Oscar nominated movies and the only part I caught of the Oscars was when Bill Murray snuck in some words about Harold Ramis. Not having live TV isn't all that bad.
Ellen did a bang up job of the Oscars! Meryl Streep eating a honking great slice 'o pizza off her Gucci/valentino/whatever - clad lap!! Harrison Ford taking a knapkin as if he's in the local deli, Bill Murray giving props to Harold Ramis before reading out the winner of best cinematography. ..& Pink! Never really into her but what a belter, somewhere over the rainbow, single tear.
Three cheers for Bill Murray for his impromptu tribute to Harold Ramis. Classy, Bill, very classy.
I didn't think Bill Murray could get any cooler and loved in my book but when he shouted out Harold Ramis tonight that was just fantastic.
Kudos to Bill Murray for the off-script tribute to Harold Ramis on the Oscars tonight!
One of the best moments of the Oscars had to be Bill Murray and his quick impromptu shout out for his friend Harold Ramis! It was awesome!
Moments of the night: Bill Murray's tribute to Harold Ramis and the Academy's recognition of Roger Ebert.
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Bill Murray honors his friend, the late director Harold Ramis.
Dan Akroyd better come out with Bill Murray and do a musical number for Harold Ramis.
Classy move by Bill Murray acknowledging Harold Ramis at Oscar's...
Bill Murray honoring Harold Ramis like that gave me too many feelings. I am not going to handle the In Memoriam well 😔
If you think Bill Murray has been pretty room temp about the passing of Harold Ramis, just remember how he eulogized John Belushi.
Bill Murray paying tribute to Harold Ramis. Love it!
Best Shout Out Academy Award goes to Bill Murray for Harold Ramis shout out!
Lupita Nyong'o's acceptance speech. Harrison Ford asking Ellen Degeneres for a napkin for his pizza. Bill Murray. Bill Murray shouting out Harold Ramis. This is the best 5 minute stretch of the Oscars. THE BEST.
I just want to take a second to remember a very funny actor and comedian that we lost. I feel like he did not get the recognition he so truly deserves. With that being said here is my goodbye to one of the all time greats. Harold Ramis passed away on feb 24 2014. You all may not know him by his real name, most just referred to him as Egon. Harold acted, directed, written or, stared in some all time classics. Films that made you laugh and cry. Moives that you could not wait to see again or still to this day own. Great Moives that people can still repeat lines too in everyday conversation. Moives like Knocked Up, As Good as It Gets, Ghostbusters, Ghostbusters II, Stripes, Animal House, Year One, The Office, The Ice Harvest, Analyze This, Analyze That, National Lampoon's Vacation, Groundhog Day, and the great caddyshack. Harold acted along side or directed for some of the greats like Bill Murray, John Candy, Chevy Chase, Dan Aykroyd, Jack Nicholson, Helen Hunt, Seth Rogen, Jack Black, John C. Reilly, Ro ...
Harold Ramis' death on Feb. 24 has left Hollywood's comedy community with a mammoth void, since the writer-director-actor touched the careers of everyone from Bill Murray to Judd Apatow to Jack Black. His passing also has left Sony scrambling to keep Ghostbusters III on track since Ramis, who died a...
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Bill Murray keeps his Harold Ramis tribute pretty short.
Obama makes Caddyshack reference in Harold Ramis tribute via
STRIPES:. Harold Ramis: Never. Bill Murray: So much for the monastery.
Harold Ramis and Bill Murray stopped working together after Groundhog Day because Murray wanted it to be spiritual and Ram…
Yeah, Harold Ramis, sure…but what will I do when Bill Murray shuffles off this mortal coil? Or when the bloated bratwurst that Danny Aykroyd has become unceremoniously bursts on the grill of death?! The future…bleak.
Bill Murray has spoken out regarding the death of his estranged friend and longtime collaborator Harold Ramis. The Oscar-nominated actor issued a statement to Time magazine Monday through his lawyer.
Harold Ramis dies: Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd lead tributes, saying âhe earned his keep on this planetâ
So wait, Ghostbusters III without Harold Ramis or Bill Murray? That's like if all four Beatles were Ringo Starr.
New post: Bill Murray speaks out about the passing of Harold Ramis: &earned his keep ..
"Ghostbusters" star and iconic Hollywood writer Harold Ramis died yesterday at 69 years old. Though he had a rare disease he had been dealing with since 2010, the death caught many off-guard. Bill Murray is one actor that Ramis worked with not only on the "Ghostbusters" movies, but a slew of other.
RIP Harold Ramis, creator of some of the favourite films of my youth, and the greatest ever director of Bill Murray (Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day.) Loved your comedies.
By Brent Lang TheWrap Harold Ramis and Bill Murray made beautiful comedy together. Their list of collaborations encompass 'Caddyshack,' 'Stripes,' and 'Ghostbusters,' each of them among the funniest ...
I don't see why they still want to ride on making Ghostbusters III after the recent passing of Harold Ramis. If Bill Murray was holding things up and showed no interest before. What makes them think they can get things rolling now? Idc if script is being reworked. It's been too long and there will never be a full reunion.
"It going to be cold and gray for the rest of your life". Bill Murray, Ground Hog Day, with a nod and tip of our hat to the brilliant, late Harold Ramis. Even though he seems to have been right about the weather we're not going to whine, per say! We are however, going to "crow" about Wine Wednesday! ALL BOTTLES OF WINE 25% off all day! If wine is not your bag, Sam Adams impressive line up of beers, Cold Snap, Winter Lager, Octoberfest and Boston Lager, are all $3. If you're on the wagon and have no desire to warm your cockles with alcohol, then by all means come in and try tonight's dinner special, Lamb Chops! Our soup of the day is Vegetable Beef.
On the guest list for the funeral of the late ghostbusters star Harold Ramis are, Bill Murray, Dan Akyroyd, Ernie Hudson and Harold Ramis. -Allen-
In a brief and beautiful statement, Bill Murray honored his good friend and comedic partner, Harold Ramis.
'Ghostbusters' sequel still on after Ramis' death Feb. 25, 2014, 9:00 PM EST WENN The second "Ghostbusters" sequel is still a go, despite the death of Harold Ramis. The actor/director had been scheduled to make a cameo appearance along with the other original "Ghostbusters," Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd, in the film, according to The Hollywood Reporter, and it was feared his death on Monday would scupper plans. But Sony insiders claim studio bosses still want to make the film and they're sitting down with director Ivan Reitman this week to discuss how to proceed. Filming is still set to start later this year.
Actor Bill Murray has paid tribute to Harold Ramis following news he has passed away at the age of 69 after a long illness.
Seeing as a full Ghostbusters reunion won't happen, here are John's picks for a new cast: Kevin Hart or Dave Chappelle in Ernie Hudson's role, Jason Segel in Dan Aykroyd's, Paul Rudd for Bill Murray's role, and Jonah Hill or Michael Cera for the late Harold Ramis's part. What are your picks?
Head down to The Basement Sydney's Bill Murray-thon tonight and celebrate the life and work of Harold Ramis with a free screening of his film Caddyshack.
Harold Ramis, 'Ghostbusters' writer, co-star, dead at 69 CHICAGO - Comic actor, director and writer Harold Ramis died Monday in Chicago after a long battle with autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, TMZ reported. He was 69. Ramis wrote the screenplay for the 1978 comedy "Animal House" and then went on to write hit comedies starring Bill Murray including "Meatballs" (1979), "Caddyshack" (1980), "Stripes" (1981), "Ghostbusters" (1984), "Groundhog Day" (1993) and "Analyze This" (1999). He also acted in and served as producer on "Meatballs," "Stripes" and "Ghostbusters." He was a humor editor for Playboy magazine before joining Chicago's groundbreaking Second City comedy improv company in 1969. He was head writer for "SCTV," produced in Canada, which starred Martin Short, Andrea Martin, Catherine O'Hara, John Candy, Eugene Levy, Dave Thomas, Joe Flaherty and Rick Moranis. What a talent, what a career, what a man. (Y) (Y)
Comedy writer and director Harold Ramis made us laugh with "Groundhog Day" and "Caddyshack" and thrilled us with "Ghostbusters". Trained by Chicago's Second City improv troupe, he often worked with fellow Chicagoan Bill Murray. Ramis passed away on Monday. This 1984 "Ghostbusters" game in our collection was played on the Commodore 64 computer. It was designed by David Crane, who also was also the designer of "Pitfall!" The Commodore Plus/4 pictured here was introduced in 1984 and was a more powerful sequel to the 64. It was billed as the "productivity computer with software built in":
With the death of Harold Ramis, does that mean Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson now have to bust him?
Harold Ramis was a familiar presence in comedies for more than three decades. From left, he, Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray star in the 1984 film
Harold Ramis, star of 'Ghostbusters', dies at the age of 69 CHICAGO: An attorney for Harold Ramis has said that the actor has died. Fred Toczek has told The Associated Press that Ramis died early on Monday morning from complications of autoimmune inflammatory disease. He was 69. Ramis is best known for his roles in the comedies "Ghostbusters" and "Stripes". According to Biography.com, Ramis co-wrote "Ghostbusters", in which he appeared with fellow Second City alums Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray. The website says he also co-wrote "National Lampoon's Animal House" and "Meatballs" and directed such films as "Caddyshack" and "Groundhog Day".
Few characters have been so perfectly and efficiently introduced on film as Dr. Egon Spengler. We meet Egon listening to a table. Listening. To a table. Intently and completely straight. When partner Venkman begins to mess with him, he responds not with slapstick or a whacky look, but an intense frown. And when Venkman pops his ears with a slammed book, Egon doesn't respond with anger, but a simple, matter of fact "Oh, it's you." In less than 15 seconds we know exactly who Egon Spengler is on the Ghostbusters team and at the same time, he is something we haven't seen in a long time, a mad scientist for the end of the 20th century. As much as Dan Aykroyd and Bill Murray made their roles their own, we'd seen charming con men and enthusiastic boffins before. Egon, with his high hair and ever present calculator, was unique. It is a testament to Harold Ramis' dry wit and comedy talent that they could find nobody else who suited the role, and so the man who created the character and wrote his lines, got to act ...
STANDARD: Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd lead tributes to late Hollywood star Harold Ramis
Does this mean that Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd are going to try and catch Harold Ramis now? That could be the new premise of Ghostbusters 3, just saying.
I think that Dan Aykroyd used the rumors of Ghostbusters 3 script as a way to allow Harold Ramis to give Bill Murray the news about his illness himself.
Egon Spengler. Harold Ramis has passed away. I as a nerd am stunned by this and saddened. Ghostbusters 1, 2 and the video game were my all time favorite Ramis films/projects. I of course came to know of him thru the Ghostbusters films, and it's through them that I watched Stripes where he starred with Bill Murray. His portrayal of Egon for me resonated so much. Rest in peace Harold Ramis and may you be forever surrounded by mold spores and fungus!
Ghostbusters star, Ramis, dies aged 69 Actor and director Harold Ramis, best known for the films Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day, has died aged 69. He died of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, a rare disease that involves swelling of the blood vessels, his agent told the BBC. The star found fame as bespectacled ghost-hunter Egon Spengler in the Ghostbusters franchise in 1984. But he was also a talented writer and director, whose credits included Caddyshack and Animal House. “His creativity, compassion, intelligence, humour and spirit will be missed by all who knew and loved him,” said his family in a statement. The star had reportedly been quiet about his illness, which dated back to 2010. But several friends are said to have visited him recently, including Bill Murray from whom he had been estranged for years, the Chicago Tribune said. Billy Crystal, who starred in the director’s mobster comedies Analyze This and Analyze That, wrote: “Sad to hear my friend Harold Ramis passed away. “A brillian ...
Ziskey (Harold Ramis) and Winger (Bill Murray) introduce themselves to the platoon.
Mammy just informed me that Bill Murray is dead! Nearly choked. Incorrect though, thank gawd. RIP Harold Ramis
RIP Harold Ramis. Director of the brilliant "Groundhog Day" (one of my all time favorites. Bill Murray is terrific). http:/…
:( He and Bill Murray character was my favorite in ghostbusters series. . RIP Harold Ramis
Harold Ramis, bespectacled "Ghostbusters" sidekick to Bill Murray and Zen master to a wild comedy storm, dies at 69.
Also, Harold Ramis was a gift to us all and I hate that he died and I hate that one day Bill Murray will die.
Very sad about the death of Harold Ramis - I just hope that Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd can bring him back. And the marshmallow man, I'm hungry. RIP Harold - too many good people dying
RIP Harold Ramis. One of my childhood heroes along with Dan Akroyd and Bill Murray.
Not surprised by Bill Murray's mechanical and brief statement re: Harold Ramis. Apparently their "Groundhog Day" rift never healed.
PHOTO: Harold Ramis appears in a scene from the 1984 movie "Ghostbusters." Ramis died Monday:
To honor the passing of Harold Ramis earlier today, we will be diverting from my original plan and pulling from one of his titles on our list - Groundhog Day (1993) Directed by Harold Ramis. Written by Danny Rubin and Harold Ramis. Photographed by John Bailey. Starring Bill Murray and Andie Macdowell. You have tell March 10th to read your essay and (re)view the film.
Bill Murray issued this statement about the passing of Jarold Ramis today. “Harold Ramis and I together did the...
Watching Stripes with Harold Ramis and Bill Murray. Great movie. That's the fact Jack.
I hope all those who've been pushing for GHOSTBUSTERS III for so long now have a different opinion regarding the project. The idea of doing it without Bill Murray was one thing, but doing it without Harold Ramis just seems pointless and wrong.
Bill Murray today on the passing of Harold Ramis.
Harold Ramis told me that the Dalai Lama said Bill Murray's CADDYSHACK line about caddying for him was confusing because he doesn't golf.
Bill Murray eagerly took part in most of Harold Ramis ' plans—even when they involved crossing the streams. Murray, who collaborated with the actor and filmmaker on some of the funniest movies of al
*** happy to be off work then check the buzz and find out Harold Ramis passed away today :( *** what a great comedic mind of the past couple generations, from Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd to the new era and Judd Apatows gang. He acted in some and directed quite a few classics. We will miss you Egon, RIP
I never post anything like this but thank you Harold Ramis. A genious in many ways and gifted writer, director and comedian. You turned me into the "old" young man I am today and got hooked onto your movies when my father sat me down and watched Animal House and Stripes at the age of 10. Favorite quote from my favorite movie: Army Recruiter: Now, are either of you homosexuals? Bill Murray: You mean like flaming? Army Recruiter: Well, it's a standard question we have to ask. Ramis: No, we're not homosexual, but we are willing to learn.
Little known fact: Harold Ramis was the original director signed to "Galaxy Quest". When Bill Murray turned down playing the role that went to Tim Allen, Ramis decided to leave the project as well. R.I.P.
RIP Harold Ramis. I watched Groundhog Day almost as many times as Bill Murray lived it.
I will say, the one sad thought that comes from Harold Ramis' death, and one that kind of makes me hate Bill Murray, is that there will be no Ghostbusters 3. We could have had it if Bill would have gotten of his high horse. Nope.way to go Bill. Have fun crashing your random parties.
I know I already did a RIP for Harold Ramis, but I don't think people truly know the contributions this guy made to the comedy genre. Most remember mainly for the role of Egon in Ghostbusters, but behind the scenes is where he truly made his mark. He wrote or co-wrote Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes, Ghostbusters and many others. He also directed Caddyshack, one of my favorites Year One, and my all-time favorite Vacation. Plus now only 2 of the original Ghostbusters are gonna be back for Murray has said he will not come back as Peter, c'mon Bill do a cameo for your long time friend)
Stripes Movie Clip - watch all clips click to subscribe Winger (Bill Murray) and Ziskey (Harold Ramis) enlist in the Ar...
Safe trip Egon. Harold Ramis dies, the Director of the cult classic Caddyshack and co- star of great movies like Ghostbusters and Stripes. Bill Murray, long time friend, has remembered him with great sadness.
Favorite apocryphal Harold Ramis story: Bill Murray was ticking off cast and crew over and over again on Groundhog Day. Finally Harold pulled him off to the side and punched BM in the stomach. "Hey! Why'd you do that?" Murray is said to have asked. "Because you're being an *** -- and I'm the only one who can do this." "Got it," Murray's said to have said.
Serious for just a moment-although nobody's awake to read this. Harold Ramis passed away today as we all know by now. He directed my all-time favorite movie, the Bill Murray tour-de-force, Groundhog Day. Here's the deal-I can relate on many levels-as should/could all of us. The getting up every day, stuck in a rut. The deeper meaning has this movie being used by religious and business types because, as you'll remember, Bill Murray's character mastered many different skills (playing piano, etc)-and to become competent at something the general consensus is that 10,000 hours are in order. Thereby, this film spans, based upon that theory, thousands of years! And yet, each "day" Bill learned a new skill. Genesis tells of God creating the world in 6 days and then resting. Yet-each day could've been millenia for all we know in practical terms. Lotsa allegorical possibilities there . . . and yet, an amazingly entertaining film. That's all.
I'm seeing Harold Ramis everywhere.. Ghostbusters yes. He played other roles such as stripes With Bill Murray. That was a great film. Total classic. That was my favorite.
Harold Ramis age 69 the famous actor of Ghostbusters and writer and producer of many funny movies has died on 2/24/2014. He passed away from autoimmune vasculitis which is a product of Lupus. I have the same condition that is destroying the tissues of my legs at this time. It is being fought very aggressively in my case and I am sure it was in his case as well. He passed from a blood clot formed by the problem. Which proves no matter how much blood thinner a patient is on they will still form and can be very deadly. He leaves is wife a daughter and two sons. He brought a new comedy that launched the careers of Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, John Belushi, Tim Matheson, John Candy, Chevy Chase, and many more. He was the writer for “Animal House” which began a series of truly funny movies. He will be missed. Our prayers go out to the family and all his friends.
today, Harold Ramis died. He said to never cross the streams. He was never afraid to take samples of the ectoplasm. He designed the ghost traps and handeled the petty cash. He also banged Janine the secretary. He also got Bill Murray into a bunch of trouble in Stripes. He wrote half the script to Animal House, and some of Caddyshack. He wrote skits for SNL when they were funny. He directed Groundhog Day and some of the cool chickflicks guys watch with their girls and actually laugh at. He was a good piece of American comedy and I just wanted to say that I think it's really sad he died. I wish more boring people would die.
We all can agree, I am sure, that Groundhog Day was the greatest movie ever made. And now that man who co wrote, produced and directed it, died today. I feel great sadness over the passing of Harold Ramis. He also did Caddy Shack and some other stuff with Bill Murray, etc, but certainly Groundhog Day was his greatest accomplishment. My condolences to his family.
RIP Harold Ramis. I just posted a funny picture that made me laugh for a couple of seconds. This guy wrote, directed, and acted in comedies that not only made my laugh till my ribs hurt and provided enough memorable quotes to last a few lifetimes. They said what made him a true genius was even though he wrote and directed Caddyshack he knew when to let funny people improvise and make a funny scene even funnier. Bill Murray and Chevy Chase dialogue when Chevy is practicing at night and hits the ball in Murray's flop house. Totally improvised. He told Rodney Dangerfield there is plenty of film in the camera so if you have an idea just go with it. And that is why today we know why tiger eat their young and you can get a free bowl of soup by buying a ugly hat. With that being said Rodney Dangerfield would give interviews many years later saying nobody could of screwed this script up it was that funny. I don't know if they do time capsules anymore, but for my generation throw in a DVD of Animal House, Caddy .. ...
Harold Ramis taught me comedy. He was brilliant in directing Caddyshack, Groundhog Day, & Analyze This to name a very few. Every time I watched Ghostbusters, or Stripes, I watched this honest, insanely funny dude go toe to toe with Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd and straight man the *** out of them. He wrote so much. His pacing was incredible and his timing was perfect. I never met him, but if I had, I would have probably just stared and fan girled out. Simply the best sir, thank you for everything. Glitter to you
Is it wrong that I immediately pictured Harold Ramis as a ghost, with Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, and Dan Aykroyd trying to capture him?
R.I.P. Harold Ramis (aka Dr. Egon Spengler on Ghostbusters) Now let's just see if Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd can bust this ghost without him.
Check out what Bill Murray had to say about the unexpected death of director Harold Ramis.
They had the script, he had the cast, he was invited to the city of Woodstock, Il, and he saw the square, the downtown, and he knew he found his location for the movie. And so it was that "Groundhog Day" was filmed in our town, and every year they have a Groundhog Day celebration, to remember how our town became Pauxotawny for the movie. And this director came to love the town, not far from his suburban Chicago home, and on a couple of occasions, he even came to celebrate the special day in Woodstock. Harold Ramis was a brilliant filmaker when it came to comedy, and he never forgot those that he worked with and learned from when he started his career. Dave Thomas, Rick Moranis, Joe Flaherty and John Candy from Second City, Bill Murray who he made several films with, and his family, who he was always able to spend time with. For all of his success and stardom, he was still the Chicago area guy who never left his roots. Next time you watch "Groundhog Day", look at the square, it still looks the same, a ...
Today we were hit with another "Hollywood" death Mr. Harold Ramis. While usually these things don't effect me too much this one hits close to my teenage heart, and it feels like part of my childhood died today. This man was part of some of my most influential movies when I was growing up. There was Animal House as a writer and director of the film. Most of the stuff I quote from that film probably came from his head. Then Stripes and his team up with Bill Murray. This was one of those films you had to see, but had to make sure your parents were home when you were watching it. Of course probably his most famous role in Ghostbusters as Dr. Egon Spengler. Directing Bill Murray in Groundhogs Day which was the last film Ramis and Murray worked on together as they had a major fallout. I always respected him for what he has done, but now that he is gone I truly realize what power his career had over this teenage boy from Waukesha. Thanks for the laughs Mr. Ramis you will be missed, Rest in Peace.
RIP, Harold Ramis. One of the greatest comedy screen writers of all time: Animal House, Caddyshack, Stripes, Ground Hog Day, Ghostbusters, Analyze This. Are you kidding me! Plus directing and acting. And he was a writer and sometime performer for SCTV (early eighties late night comedy. Think John Candy, Eugene Levy, Rick Moranis, Martin Short, Catherine O'Hara). He got his start in Second City in Chicago with greats such as John Belushi and Bill Murray. Such a great talent, and one of the few good natured, nice people in Hollywood. Harold, you have passed, but your work will live on.
As an actor, Harold Ramis was the wry, somewhat nebbishy sidekick, the guy dragged into adventures by his pal Bill Murray, or Ghostbuster Dr. Egon Spengler spouting scientific reasons not to do what they were about to do, or various detached, bemused...
Best tribute to Harold Ramis comes from Bill Murray. "He earned his keep on this planet." Boy, did he ever.
CHICAGO (AP) — Harold Ramis, the bespectacled "Ghostbusters" sidekick to Bill Murray whose early grounding in live comedy led to blockbuster
RIP Harold Ramis (November 21st 1944---February 24 2014). Such a sad day for the film industry, and the Comedy industry to boot. Ramis was truly one of a kind as a writer/director/producer, always relying on the actors in his films heavily, allowing them to express their creativity. Working with the likes of Bill Murray, Chevy Chase, Robin Williams, Rodney Dangerfield and countless others, Ramis understood that the comedic lead had to to dictate the pace of his films. While Ramis' films themselves stand out, such as Caddyshack, Stripes, Vacation, Animal House, Club Paradise, Meatballs, Groundhog Day, and of course Ghostbusers, but perhaps it was his work on SCTV as a head writer, that was more important than anything he has ever done, due to all the careers the show launched, such as Martin Short, Eugene Levy, Andrea Martin, Catherine O'Hara, Joe Flaherty, Dave Thomas and of course, John Candy. Ramis has influenced many comedy writers in his time, and his legacy will continue to do so.
Hi everyone this is Pete, I would like to send out my deepest condolences to the family of Harold Ramis. I can say that you, Bill Murray and Dan Aykroyd inspired me to be a "ghostbuster." I made my dad take me to see it 12 times in the theater, lol. anyone else have any fond memories to share...
OMG - Harold Ramis is dead at 69. Ghostbusters defined so many of our childhoods. I thought he was brilliant and what a team the cast made! Dan Aykroyd, Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis: they will always be young to us.
Couldn't get back to sleep so I threw in Stripes...one of the best movie quotes of all time: Bill Murray: I gotta dry out or I'll be dead before I'm 30, the Army is my only chance. Harold Ramis: You could join a monastery. BM: Did you ever see a monk get wildly f**ked by some teenage girls? HR: Never. BM: So much for the monastery.
Tim Minchin's wee secret is out of the bag. Yesterday, he confessed via blog that a stage production of Groundhog Day is in progress. Yes, Groundhog Day. As in the 1993 classic film written by Danny Rubin, directed by Harold Ramis and synonymous with actor Bill Murray.
If you don't like Harold Ramis, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, & Bill Murray & know how they connect, I don't know if I can trust you.
Okay, I really don't wanna do it, but if someone wants to trade a top Ghostbuster Item I am looking for or SuperNaturals stuff.I have for trade an 8x10 picture of Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, and Harold Ramis in front of the firehouse from the first movie...it is Autographed by Dan Akroyd then also he signed "Ghosts!!!" after his signature. Comes with Certificate Of Authenticity
I just finished watching Ghost Busters for my first time! Dan Akroyd and Bill Murray were so great in the 80s. Harold Ramis and Dan Akroyd came up with great original stuff.
kay well, Harold Ramis and Dan Aykroyd wrote the thing in Dan's basement (with some later help from Bill Murray)...
Ghost Busters Lunchbox. Inside were the remains of Dan Akroyd, Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, and Ernie Hudson's careers.
GHOSTBUSTERS 3 IS A GO AS BILLY MURRAY SIGNS ON - REPORT By: WENN.Com Source 9:15AM EST UPDATE: Hollywood.com has reached out to Sony regarding WENN's story, who declined to comment. Lost In Translation star Bill Murray is back on board the Ghostbusters 3 movie after reportedly dropping out of the sequel. Co-star Harold Ramis has confirmed the funnyman will be reprising his role as Dr. Peter Venkman in the follow-up to 1989's Ghostbusters II. The news comes after Murray stunned reporters on the red carpet at the recent Hyde Park on Hudson premiere by revealing he was considering returning to the franchise. Before that, fans and castmate Dan Aykroyd, who has been championing the third film for years, had all but given up hope that Murray would return - this past summer (12), the Canadian actor, who played Dr. Raymond Stantz in the first two Ghostbusters films, told Metro magazine the project would be moving on without its star. Aykroyd said, "He (Murray) won't be involved... It's sad but we're passing it o ...
I love the movie Stripes! Bill Murray, John Candy, and Harold Ramis are hilarious! LOL
when I married Ken and promised him "where you go, I will go, your people will be my people, your God my God" (book of Ruth), I had no idea that I'd land in Chicagoland and all that entailed. I've just learned yet another favorite funny man from my youth is from Chicagoland: John Belushi. John Belushi is from Wheaton, IL! First it was Bill Murray, then John Stossel (from our hometown, Wilmette), Charlton Heston, Ann Murray (Winnetka), Harold Ramis (Skokie/Glencoe), the Cusacks (Evanston), William Peterson (CSI/Evanston), Chris O'Donnell (Winnetka/Batman Forever) ...and more. Whose next?!
My description of "Stripes:" Bill Murray and Harold Ramis join the army, John Candy mud wrestles, oh and Judge Reinhold is there too.
Another one of the greatest movies ever, 1984's Ghostbusters. The story is about 3 men Peter Venkman(Bill Murray) Ray Stantz(Dan Aykroyd), and Egon Spenler(Harold Ramis). All day they stop ghosts from attacking people. One day Peter falls in love with Dana Barrett.(Sigourney Weaver) and moments later Dana is kidnapped and controlled by a large ghost. Then the Ghostbusters add one more to their group, Winston Zeddmore(Ernie Hudson) so they can hunt Dana's ghost. My favorite part of the movie is the State Puft Marshmallow Man.
Send in Bill Murray and Harold Ramis to investigate.
Almost seems like he's TRYING to lose his job. Harold Ramis should direct Bill Murray in "Gohmert".
Will there be any celebrity groups appearing on Stranded? My vote is for Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis. :-)
You have to give Gov. Piyush Jindal credit—he has chutzpah. Jindal, to paraphrase Bill Murray (Dr. Peter Venkman), Harold Ramis (Dr. Egon Spengler) and Dan Aykroyd (Dr. Raymond Stantz) of Ghostbust...
Harold Ramis, Danny Rubin, Bill Murray, Andie Macdowell, John Bailey, and Pembroke J. Herring - mad props to all of you!
What if Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd & Harold Ramis went camping and all suffocated on marshmallows playing "chubby bunny"
Imagine how much better "The Hangover" would be w/ Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Dan Ackroyd & John Candy & John Landis directing.
There’s no replacing Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis as the original Ghostbusters, but if you were staging a one-night-only live version of the...
BILL MURRAY SIGNS ON FOR ‘GHOSTBUSTERS 3′: Harold Ramis has confirmed that Bill Murray has officially signed on to be in the third Ghostbusters movie. He had reportedly dropped out of the film but called Ramis in the middle of
10 Most Famous Preserved Body Parts 9. Del Close’s Skull While Del Close had taught many improvisational giants in modern media such as Stephen Colbert, John Belushi, Tina Fey, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray and others, it was perhaps his final request that wound up being the cruelest joke. Close has wanted his skull donated to the Goodman Theatre in Chicago so he could play Yorrick in “Hamlet.” While his creative partner Charna Halpern tried to make it happen, no medical organization would allow his skull to be separated from his head due to funding and/or ethical concerns. So Goodman Theatre has a stand-in while Close’s skull was cremated along with the rest of the body, according to Halpern.
Directed by Ivan Reitman. With Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis. The discovery of a massive river of ectoplasm and a resurgence of spectral activity allows the staff of Ghostbusters to revive the business.
I just found out that even though Bill Murray will not be apart of Ghostbusters 3, but they are having back Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, and Ernie Hudson, which were the original cast. Amongst the old cast is the new cast: Bill Hader, Jonah Hill, Michael Cera, Emma Stone and Anna Faris. WOW!!! Anticipation builds for this continued classic!
Ghostbusters 3 planned with Dan Ackroyd & Harold Ramis but no Bill Murray :(
Bill Murray is being replaced in Ghostbusters 3 by all the excess fat Harold Ramis and Dan Ackroyd have gained in the last twenty years
"Ghostbusters 3" to start filming next summer. Aykroyd you're really doing this without Bill Murray? "Ghostbusters II" wasn't even good. Just stick in Brian Doyle-Murray and hope no one notices. Or replace him with a bottle of your Crystal Skull vodka. Why not! Harold Ramis looks like he ate Ernie Hudson. Rick Moranis doesn't act anymore. Slimer has final cut. What difference does it really make?
Who ya gonna call? That guy from Ghostbusters! No, not Bill Murray. Not Dan Aykroyd. No, not Harold Ramis...the other guy. Anyway..he's here in Birmingham today.
How is it possible that I love Groundhog Day & MULTIPLICITY so very much and still always think that Andie Macdowell is just so "meh" in both of them? I suppose I just have to chalk it up to the amazing directorial skills of Harold Ramis and the sheer forces of awesomness that are Bill Murray and Michael Keaton.
I take exception to that. I'm positive that the original are Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, Ernie Hudson.
Fun fact: Harold Ramis thinks Bill Murray's character in Groundhog Day might have spent 30-40 years in the time loop.
Has Bill Murray Changed His Mind On ‘Ghostbusters 3’? This time last year, Bill Murray’s potential involvement in a third Ghostbusters movie seemed dead and buried. Rumors were rife that the cult actor sent back a shredded script to his former co-stars Dan Akyroyd and Harold Ramis with a note attached. “No one wants to pay money to see fat, old men chasing ghosts,” it supposedly read. Ackroyd – who has been spearheading efforts to bring the much-loved series back to the big screen – has attempted to ignore the fact that a Ghostbusters 3 without Bill Murray would be utterly pointless. Speaking to the Metro earlier this year, he said, “It's sad but … Ghostbusters 3 can be a successful movie without Bill. My preference would be to have him involved but at this point he doesn't seem to be coming and we have to move on. It's time to make the third one.” Still one of the most popular actors in Hollywood, Murray is key to ensuring ‘Ghostbusters 3’ remains credible and he gave studio bosse ...
Directed by Harold Ramis. With Chevy Chase, Rodney Dangerfield, Bill Murray, Ted Knight. An exclusive golf course has to deal with a brash new member and a destructive dancing gopher.
Great nights end with Bill Murray and Harold Ramis
The ones I recognise are Radner, Belushi and Harold Ramis, and that looks like Bill Murray in the bottom corner.
Girl!! It's one of my favs. Bill Murray cracks me up. Harold Ramis wrote it. (He played Egon in Ghostbusters.)
"This reminds me of the time you tried to drill a hole through your head." "That would have _worked_ if you hadn't _stopped_ me!" — Bill Murray and Harold Ramis as "Peter Venkman" and "Egon Spengler" in _Ghostbusters_
Groundhog Day... One of the best movies of all time. Bill Murray and Harold Ramis were an amazing duo.
Watching Groundhog Day on AMC is taking me back to 1993. I was 10 years old, on the set, wearing my Ghostbusters Halloween costume, meeting Bill Murray and Harold Ramis. Nice memory.
Stripes on SpikeTV right now -"You're a lean, mean, fighting machine" and . . . "You know what your problem is . . . You've never had the Aunt Jemima treatment" . . . Bill Murray and Harold Ramis are (at the very least) minor deities . . . Some of the best lines of dialogue to appear on the silver screen--until my movie comes out!
Ok I know some people don't want to see a Ghostbusters 3, I took a poll on Realplayer if it would be such a bad Idea if Bill Murray wasn't in the Movie. People if other films are allow to have 3 or more films...why not the ghostbusters. I am a fan of Bill Murray, and I love the Ghostbusters. The way I would do this film, is sort of like a vision from a short-lived cartoon called the "extreme Ghostbusters" . In the cartoon Egon and some the other ghostbusters train inner city kids to take the Mantel of future Ghostbusters. So if I were going make this the finale...I would do the film in that type of vein. I hope they make the film, with or without Bill.sad to say.Most people say that don't want one, but you can't stop making movies just because some people want you too. If I was Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis, I would still make the Movie. It didn't stop Lucas/ and spielburg, or even Christopher Nolan ...did it.I say go for it guys, do it for yourselves, and do it for the Fans...Like me.:o)
The original Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis. They joined forces in 1984 and their team
Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, John Candy what more do you need from a movie
Any film involving Harold Ramis and Bill Murray or Dan Aykroyd is awesome... And if a movie might have all three... Priceless
I remembered Caddyshack for the Bill Murray vs Gopher, as written by Harold "Egon Spendler" Ramis. I erased the painful memory of the Golf.
Totally watching Ghostbusters because it's Ghostbusters. Bill Murray & Dan Aykroyd = genius. Yes you too Harold Ramis. 👻
I absolutely love Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, and Harold Ramis in Ghostbusters. ;)
How do I get ahold of Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd or Harold Ramis?? I wrote a Ghostbusters 3 10 years ago but rewrote a better concept.
Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Harold Ramis are on call in the greatest sci-fi comedy ever made…
Please make a new Ghostbusters movie before Harold Ramis, Dan Akroyd, Bill Murray, & Ernie Hudson have to play the part of the ghosts
One time I met Bill Murray walking on the street of New York. He said Dan Akroyd hates children, and Harold Ramis is a unrepentant racist. Then he put me in a headlock and gave me a noogie. He let me go and said "no one will ever believe you." True story.
Stripes (Bill Murray & Harold Ramis) - Lose Yourself - ...I need him here to help with the reading actually...
It was actually from Ghostbusters. It was three statements from Harold Ramis, Dan Aykroyd, and Bill Murray.
On this day in 1981 me, Bill Murray and Harold Ramis zipped into Czechoslovakia.
Man, I love me some Bill Murray, but I thought I saw Jason Schwartzman in the commercial for "Moonrise Kingdom." You know that means it'll be like "Rushmore" or "The Royal Tenenbaums," and I'd just want to throw my popcorn at the screen. Mister Murray, call up Andie Macdowell and Chris Elliott, or Dan Akroyd and Harold Ramis. See what they're up to and quit doing the artsy-fartsy movies.
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