Everyone loves Bill Murray. How much do you know about one of the coolest dudes in Hollywood? Question #1: Which Bill Murray movie did Roger Ebert say he underrated initially, when he later added to his “Great Movies” list? Ghostbusters Groundhog's Day Caddyshack Lost in Translaltion Question #2: True or false: Bill Murray has a Twitter account. True False Question #3: Bill Murray has appeared in many of director Wes Anderson’s films (eight, to be exact). In which movie did he not appear? Bottle Rocket Rushmore Moonrise Kingdom Fantastic Mr. Fox Question #4: The groundhog in Groundhog Day’s bit Bill Murray. . . twice. True or false? True False Question #5: Bill Murray is famous for not having a publicist or an agent, enabling producers to get in touch with him only via a voicemail box he checks infrequently. Because of this, he has missed out on many famous roles. This does not include: Sulley in Monsters, Inc. Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Eddie Valient in Roger Rabbit John Chambers (John Goodman's role) in Argo Question #6: The role in this movie was written specifically for Bill Murray even though the writer/director had never met him. What about Bob? Lost in Translation Zombieland Groundhog's Day Question #7: Turning down this role is one of the only career choices he regrets. As Woody in Toy Story As Frank Ginsberg (Steve Carrell) in Little Miss Sunshine As Clark in the National Lampoon series As John Blutarsky (John Belushi) in Animal House Question #8: Bill Murray appears in four of the American Film Institute’s 100 Funniest Movies. This does not include: Tootsie Caddyshack Groundhog's Day Ghostbusters What About Bob? Question #9: Bill Murray got into a physical fight with which Saturday Night Live cast mate? Steve Martin Dan Akroyd Chevy Chase Eddie Murphy Question #10: Murray was so obsessed with making the film adaptation of novel, The Razor’s Edge, that he agreed to make this movie with Columbia in exchange for financing: Caddyshack Ghostbusters Scrooged What About Bob? Question #11: Who stole Bill Murray’s Oscar for Best Actor? (Bill Murray was nominated for Lost in Translation). Sean Penn for Mystic River Jamie Foxx for Ray Adrien Brody for The Pianist Russell Crowe for Gladiator Question #12: What measure did Ted Melfi, who directed Bill Murray in his Golden Globe-nominated St. Vincent, NOT use to find him to cast him? Heat-seeking carrier pigeon A dozen voicemail messages Multiple letters to his P.O. box Stalking through mutual friends Question #13: Bill Murray owns a home in Charleston, S.C. and spends a good deal of time there. So many people in Charleston have Bill Murray stories and sightings that a local radio station instituted a regular “Where’s Bill?” feature. True or false? True False Question #14: Why do directors of Bill Murray’s movies have a hard time getting him to come to set? He refuses to come until all the red M&Ms are removed from the bowl in his dressing room. He frequently has issues with script content. He prefers working only in the late evening. He is hard to find. Question #15: These four Bill Murray movies are all rated 90% or above in Rotten Tomatoes. Which has the highest rating? Moonrise Kingdom Lost in Translation Ghostbusters Groundhog's Day Congratulations, you passed! I'm sorry but you did not achieve the required score.