Bill Murray & Rick Moranis
William James Bill Murray (born September 21, 1950) is an American actor and comedian. Frederick Allan Rick Moranis (born April 18, 1953) is a retired Canadian comedian, actor, musician, and a magician./5
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That time when Bill Murray, Steve Martin and Rick Moranis visited the set of Aliens, as retold by Bill Paxton:
*** Jagger (73) and gf welcome new baby. In related news, Bill Murray, Rick Moranis and Sigourney Weaver on route…
Yes, the presence of Bill Murray, Dan Ackroyd, and Rick Moranis should have tipped me off.
Who do you want to see in a new Ghostbusters movie?. , Bill Murray, Ernie Hudson, Annie Potts & Rick Moranis
1970s Era Comedy - Who here, besides me, misses the great comedians of the 70s (and earlier)? These people were brilliant, and they didn't have to resort to filthy language, or in-your-face politics. They make the so-called comedians of today look like 3rd rate amateurs. (There are exceptions of course, like Bill Murray, John Candy, Eugene Levy, Rick Moranis, Jerry Seinfeld.) Most of the people below have passed away, but their comedy will last forever. Here’s a short list of the comedians I thought were great: Rich Little, Jonathan Winters, Foster Brooks, Ted Knight, Milton Berle, John Byner, Red Skelton, Tim Conway, Don Knotts, Bill Cosby, Phyllis Diller, George Gobel, Bob Newhart. Who did I miss that you really liked?
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 ...
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
i want to geek out right now and instead of sleeping cause i need to wake up early i want to make a montage of all my favorite actors...*SIGH* i'll just type them out tho... Benicio del Toro, Johnny Depp, Al Pacino, Kevin Spacey, Ed Harris, Leonardo DiCaprio, Jack Nicholson, Robert De Niro, Robert Duvall, 成龍 Jackie Chan, Donnie Yen-甄子丹 Official, Paul Newman, Takeshi Kitano, Gordon Liu, Sammo Hung, Jamie Foxx, Stephen Chow, Yuen Siu-tien, Dean Shek, Ben Stiller, Burt Reynolds, Larry David, Rick Moranis, Rainn Wilson, Jim Carrey is Here, Dan Ackroyd, Sean Penn, Robin Williams, Robin Wright, Meryl Streep, Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Sidney Poitier, Forest Whitaker, Harvey Keitel, Javier Bardem, Steve Martin, Nicholas Cage, Robert Downey Jr, Christopher Walken and the amazing Bill Murray, amazing creators of our time, i love you for the greatness you have brought to the part of history that we are currently all jointly creating on this earth.
Watch Comedy legends, Harold Ramis, Bill Murray, Dan Akroyd, Ernie Hudson, and Rick Moranis in Now on VH1Classic.
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)
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 ...
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.
Just got the sad news that actor/writer/director Harold Ramis died today at the age of 69. For those who may not know his name you'll best recognize him for his role as Egon Spangler from the Ghostbusters films (which he also co-wrote). He was also a writer and cast member of the Canadian sketch comedy series SCTV (which also featured Eugene Levy, John Candy, Catherine O'Hara, Rick Moranis, Martin Short, and others). He also had a small role in Knocked Up playing the dad of Seth Rogen's character. As a writer he co-wrote such classic comedies National Lampoon's Animal House, Meatballs (starting Bill Murray in his first leading role), Stripes (which he co-started in with Bill Murray), and Back to School (starting the late great Rodney Dangerfield). As a director he made the classic comedies Caddyshack, National Lampoon's Vacation, and Groundhog Day. Other films he directed included Club Paradise, Analyze This, Analyze That, The Ice Harvest, and Year One. We've truly lost one of the comedic greats. He's sur ...
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.
I love the idea of Bill Murray, Sigourney Weaver, Rick Moranis et al all coming back and being cynical and past-it.
***100 Great Films of the 1980's*** Little Shop Of Horrors (1986, Frank Oz) Musicals were very much out of fashion during the 1980's but Little Shop Of Horrors was one which did work and went on to be incredibly successful. Reworked from a 1960's low budget Roger Corman horror it tells the story of a timid florist who discovers an alien plant which needs human blood in order to stay alive and grow, and grow it does, to a gargantuan size. This musical forms an ensemble cast of some of the best comedy talents of the 1980's: Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, John Candy & Bill Murray all deliver great performances. Directed by Miss Piggy.
w/out Bill Murray and Rick Moranis though.
Did you know the Bill Murray role in Ghostbusters was written for John Belushi, the Rick Moranis part written for John Ca…
I am watching 'Ghostbusters." The move is so much fun. Rick Moranis is so funny in it. I wish Bill Murray would got on board for another one.
Hooray! It's the guy from Ghostbusters! No, not Dan Ackroyd. Not Bill Murray. Not Egon Spengler. Not Rick Moranis. The other one!
Bill Murray and Dan Akroyd. I cannot name their characters. Sigourney Weaver and Rick Moranis are in it, too!
Growing up during the ‘80s, John Candy has always been the quintessential comedian to me. The comedies that I watched as a kid included all the major Candy films, The Great Outdoors, Uncle Buck, Spaceballs, etc., and I even watched his short lived Saturday morning cartoon series Camp Candy. To me, John Candy will always be the one and only King of Comedy. Looking back over John Candy’s films, he’s the consummate family comedian. Though he’s been in a few rated R films, 90% of his work is family friendly, from Summer Rental to Cool Runnings. And thanks to his partnership with John Hughes, he received roles in most of the major Hugh films; from National Lampoon’s Vacation to Home Alone. Additionally, Candy worked with nearly every leading comedic actor of his day; Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase, Eugene Levy, Steve Martin, Tom Hanks, and Rick Moranis. John Candy was a comedic icon, who worked with the best and produced a brilliant legacy of films that lives on. Long live ...
Definitely. Rick Moranis, Steve Martin, Bill Murray, John Candy + the voice of Levi Stubbs (The Four Tops).. can't go wrong!
Unexpectedly, Bill Murray january is starting with Ghostbusters II. Perhaps not the best but Rick Moranis as a lawyer makes it all ok.
No...Is that official? And, more importantly, what about Rick Moranis??? :) "did you hear Bill Murray is going to be GB3"
"Ghostbusters 3" rumors have been floating around Hollywood for two decades, but it wasn't until Bill Murray said yes to a return that fans have become truly ex
if Bill Murray and Rick Moranis have signed on I will go running through the streets crying and laughing in utter joy
Bill Murray and Rick Moranis reportedly sign to Ghostbusters 3: // Please no Ashton Kutcher.
I don't if I've ever been more exited for a movie than ghostbusters 3. What can top Bill Murray and the return of Rick Moranis??
On the sequel that's in development and why Bill Murray probably won't be in it
It took the better half of 15+years, but Bill Murray is doing the Ghosbusters sequel. Somewhere, Rick Moranis is squealing with delight.
Hi everyone, Troy here. There's been a flurry of articles and "news" about Bill Murray making a 3am phone call saying he's ready to be involved in a third Ghostbusters film - all of which source back to a fake news article for a parody website. On behalf of the Proton Charging folks, our apologies if any of that news has been perpetuated through here.
Watching Little Shop of Horrors for the first time ever... Trippy as *** And a lot of good people. "Everybody Hates Chris" mama, Tichina Arnold, "My Wife and Kids" mama, Tisha Campbell-Martin. Both in "Martin" together. Bill Murray, John Candy, Jim Belushi, and Steve Martin all on "Saturday Night Live" together. Rick Moranis from "Honey, I Shrunk the Kids." Ellen Greene, mainly from "Young and the Restless". She reminded me of Rhea Perlman from "Matilda." Who is, ironically, actually married to Danny Davito. Who was on "Saturday Night Live", also in '80 and '86...
Tonight, Liam chose Little Shop of Horrors to watch on Netflix. That's my boy, with the cammo and the Broadway soundtrack! All was well until the Steve Martin/Evil Dentist Orin number...oops. In other news, I'd forgotten how much I heart Rick Moranis, John Candy, Christopher Guest and Bill Murray!
Little Shop of Horrors makes me miss Rick Moranis. I also miss when Steve Martin, John Candy, Bill Murray, and Jim Belushi were comedians.
Not often do you get to open for Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis, and the long, lost Rick Moranis. Where is he?
It's been a while since I've seen Frank Oz's adaptation of Little Shop OF HORRORS, starring Rick Moranis, Bill Murray, Ellen Green, Steve Martin, John Candy, James Belushi, and Levi Stubbs. As a kid I used to watch it frequently, mostly because it was both hilarious and scary at the same time. A v...
Isn't that a movie with Bill Murray and Rick Moranis?
Geek Trivia - For the movie Ghostbusters, the roles of Peter Venkman and Winston Zeddemore were originally written for John Belushi and Eddie Murphy. John Candy was also initially cast as Louis Tully, the role eventually played by Rick Moranis. After the death of John Belushi, the role of Peter Venkman was at one point offered to Chevy Chase before it was finally accepted by Bill Murray.
That moment when you realize that you're older than Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd and Rick Moranis were when they filmed Ghostbusters.
One of those days when you wish you were like Bill Murray, but you know you're more like Rick Moranis. (Ghostbusters 2 is on.)
Little Shop of Horrors, that was the best film ever :) Not only was it an 80s film with Rick Moranis, John Candy and a guest appearance from Bill Murray :) but it was a musical, slightly gothic and creepy and a giant puppet plant. Why have I not seen this sooner? :)
Can you PLEASE get Rick Moranis out of his hidey hole to have him in GB3? (Cause if you could, then you'd convince Bill Murray)
So if the next Ghostbusters movie gets made, it looks like they'll be using new Ghostbusters instead of the original four (Although they might still appear minus Murray to 'pass the torch') because Bill Murray will not appear. I remember that about a decade and a half ago they were strongly considering Ben Stiller, Chris Rock and Chris Farley, but now it seems that Seth Rogen and Steve Carell are being considered. No word on supporting cast like Rick Moranis, Sigourney Weaver and Annie Potts.
So Dan Aykroyd has said that Bill Murray does not want to do Ghostbusters 3...Good Riddance...Just bring us back the kick *** Rick Moranis
Wow. I totally dreamed Ghostbusters 3 from start to finish last night. Yes, Bill Murray was a ghost, but Rick Moranis' cameo was hilarious!
I freaking love Ghostbusters!...Bill Murray, Rick Moranis, Sigourney Weaver...it simply does not get better than that!!! :)
Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, Harold Ramis & Rick Moranis in GHOSTBUSTERS, released on this day in 1984.
Bill Murray buying Rangers? Who's on the board? Dan Aykroyd, Chevy Chase and Rick Moranis? Will the Broomloan become the John Candy Stand?
wonders whatever happened to the like of Bill Murray, Harold Ramis, Rick Moranis, and Dan Akroyd...could plain old silly make a comeback please?
Nope, it's haunted and wants to return to its previous owner. Let's get Rick Moranis or Bill Murray to sort this out
Reading "Little Shop of Horrors" play for class. Found out that Rick Moranis, Bill Murray, and Steve Martin are in the movie. Downloaded it.
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