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Bill Murray has explained why he takes fewer broadly comic roles these days. The actor rose to fame on Saturday Night Live, before transitioning into films with comedy hits such as Meatballs, Tootsie and Ghostbusters. Murray has now explained that he's focused on dramatic roles like Lost in Translation and Hyde Park on Hudson because he longer identifies with Hollywood comedies. "They're different [now]… They're just different from what I used to do," GQ. He went on to explain: "The early movies, we just did them for fun. If they were funny, you did them. There wasn't this life-or-death thing. "I was in movies where I would turn up, and they'd be like, 'Whaddya got?' It was like, 'Turn on two cameras and let's go'." Murray went on to suggest that (more) »


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