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Latest Bill Murray Items
One of Oscar night's best-received musical performances was wholly unexpected.
Bill Murray used his Oscar presenter's role to offer a tribute to the late comedy visionary Harold Ramis.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the comedy world lost "one of its greatest legends" with the death of Harold Ramis.
You may not know his name or remember his face, but you have surely heard of at least some of the movies that Harold Ramis directed, helped write or appeared in. Here are five smash comedies created in part by Ramis, who died Sunday at age 69:
"Caddyshack." ''National Lampoon's Animal House." ''Ghostbusters." ''Groundhog Day." ''Stripes."
President Barack Obama is hosting a screening of the movie "The Monuments Men" at the White House Tuesday.
For former state Rep. Pete Turnham of Auburn, "The Monuments Men" is not a Hollywood movie about World War II. It's part of his life.
Director Diao Yinan's "Black Coal, Thin Ice," a detective thriller set in northern China, won the Berlin International Film Festival's main Golden Bear prize on Saturday. The movie also picked up the best actor award, which went to Liao Fan.
If George Clooney thought the battle over art's rightful ownership - the subject of his World War II movie "The Monuments Men" - was in the past, he knows better now.