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 Post subject: Frequent Collaborators in the media
PostPosted: December 29th, 2004, 7:25 pm 
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Let's put all tv appearances, newspaper articles, magazine covers right here.

We will be able to find things easier this way.

EDIT: I've changed the title of this thread from Bill Murray in the Media to Frequent Collabs in the Media. Couple of reasons. We used to have a entire forum section devoted to Bill, so it made sense to have this thread in that section. But now that he's a part of Frequent Collabs, we don't necessarily need one just for him. Plus, it's not like we have a whole lot in this section (I realize not everything made it through the conversion), but it would be even more wasteful to have a separte "in the media" thread for every frequent collaborator (see my post below, for instance). If anybody objects, we can always change it back. --Kumar


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Nice article about Waris Ahluwalia (TLA, Amex) in the Japan Times

Part that made me especially happy:
Waris got his screen break courtesy of Wes Anderson, who cast him in his 2004 "The Life Aquatic." His latest gig was also with Anderson, in an epic American Express commercial, and he will probably feature in Anderson's upcoming "The Darjeeling Limited."
Obviously, that doesn't sound too official, but I can't image a journalist just assuming that he'll be in the movie for no reason.

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 Post subject: Bill Murray interview
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here's a (short) new interview in which Bill Murray discusses his future movie plans (hint: there aren't many of them).

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/14375560/


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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I don't know if anyone saw the (hilarious) story about Bill Murray getting pulled over in Sweden for drunk driving...in a golf cart, but he explained it at Venice, and you can read about it here.


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PostPosted: October 25th, 2007, 3:45 am 
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There's two new "Random Rules" pieces up at The Onion's A.V. Club with Jason Schwartzman and Music Supervisor Randall Poster. (It's a feature where they have people just hit random on their iPods and tell them what song comes up and explain why they like it, etc.)


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
PostPosted: November 5th, 2007, 4:27 am 
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Bill Murray was on Letterman this past Friday to promote Darjeeling. He talked about his alleged DUI in Sweden, and Owen a little. He had them show the fight on the train with the three brothers right before they get kicked off, and told people to give the clip a standing ovation if they liked it to make Owen feel better.

There's only a small clip on the CBS website, you gotta click on Bill Murray in the recap thing.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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I was clicking through the Daily Show website, and found this old Schwartzman interview from 2002. He's promoting Slackers, nothing to be proud of, but none the less it's cool. I'm suprised he hasn't been on the show since.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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haha i liked slackers.. not a great contribution to american film, but still funny and easy to watch.

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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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http://www.lifelounge.com/A-scene-with-Jason-Schwartzman.aspx

giant interview which i will have to read in the morning or tomorrow after work.

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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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Great interview and great pictures at Fecal Face

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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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http://www.pitchforkmedia.com/page/news/51517-devo-suing-mcdonalds-over-happy-meal-toy

i decided to go check for some of these toys on ebay, but i wasn't the first with that idea.. here's another.

Anyone happen to have one?

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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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Haha. Those are great. I guess feeding your children fried pieces of fat covered in grease has it's advantages once in a while. If anything comes out of this, I hope it's that Devoe realizes how awesome a Devo toy set would be and puts one out. I would love to give my little nephew a tiny Mark Mothersbaugh to kick the shit out of his Spiderman with.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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Loraxaeon wrote:
Haha. Those are great. I guess feeding your children fried pieces of fat covered in grease has it's advantages once in a while. If anything comes out of this, I hope it's that Devoe realizes how awesome a Devo toy set would be and puts one out. I would love to give my little nephew a tiny Mark Mothersbaugh to kick the shit out of his Spiderman with.


Qee did make this one.. he's kind of small, if not whimpy. i'm not sure if there are other toys, but i actually wouldnt be surprised!
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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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That is perhaps the most frightenting thing I've ever seen.


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 Post subject: Re: Frequent Collaborators in the media
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http://www.slashfilm.com/2008/07/01/tv- ... lie-to-me/


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TV: Jason Schwartzman in HBO’s Bored to Death

Jason Schwartzman (Rushmore, Spun, Coconut Records) will play an aging Brooklynite/alcoholic writer who experiences a nasty breakup and finds himself in the position of a Phillip Marlowe-ish gumshoe in the new HBO series Bored to Death. Written by former New York Press columnist and novelist, Jonathan Ames, the half-hour comedy will go into production this September. Seth Gordon, director of The King of Kong, will work as a consultant on the show.

Schwartzman’s character “takes out an ad pretending to be a private detective and starts taking cases — solving some and making others worse.” You may remember that back in 2004 Schwartzman starred in the failed Fox sitcom, Cracking Up, from writer Mike White (The School of Rock). Ames also began developing a semi-autobiographical pilot for Showtime the same year, but it was never picked up. Based on the logline, it’s easy to picture Schwartzman making the role and premise an irreverent hit.


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