Gabrielle Bluestone · 06/23/13 11:15AM

Start your morning off right with these heart-warming photos of '70s SNL cast members doing fun '70s things (including Bill Murray pretending his belly button is a mouth, to Gilda Radner's delight) plus some bonus '70s New York City shots.

Innocence in Amber: Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom

Rich Juzwiak · 05/26/12 04:30PM

The setting of Wes Anderson's seventh full-length feature, Moonrise Kingdom, couldn't be more crucial. The film takes place on the fictitious New England island of New Penzance in the 1960's. This is a place and time tucked away from harsh realities that understands them only vaguely. The two pubescent children at the center of the story, Suzy (Kara Hayward) and Sam (Jared Gilman), have problems with fitting in and acting out, but the closest anyone gets to putting a label on it is "troubled" (as seen on a book Suzy confiscates from her parents, Coping with the Very Troubled Child). That only scratches the surface of the alienation that comes from his being orphaned and the rage that provokes her to set things on fire and injure people.

He's Not Chevy, He's an Asshole: A History of Chevy Chase's Horrific Behavior

Max Read · 04/05/12 02:20PM

"When you become famous, you've got like a year or two where you act like a real asshole," Bill Murray told Tom Shales and James Miller when they interviewed him for Live from New York, their oral history of Saturday Night Live. "You can't help yourself. It happens to everybody. You've got like two years to pull it together — or it's permanent." He was talking, of course, about Chevy Chase, his opponent in a famous backstage fistfight. The two are friendly now, and it seems as though Murray wanted to imply that Chase had "pulled himself together" following his sudden rise to fame.

Bill Murray Rants About Technology in 1982

Whitney Jefferson · 01/03/11 09:21AM

This video of Bill Murray complaining (for nearly 8 minutes!) shot in 1982 includes gripes like "Who in the hell is thinkin' up this stuff?" and "I don't mind robots ...I mean, R2D2 was alright. He was a fine actor."

Bill Murray Goes Dumpster Diving on Letterman

nightintern · 07/22/10 12:25AM

In support of Mayor Bloomberg's ingenious idea to convert old garbage dumpsters into recreational swimming pools, Bill Murray christened the experiment on the Late Show tonight by going for a quick dip. Going green shouldn't mean turning your skin green.