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Bill Murray's Latest Role? Employee of the St. Paul Saints

29 August 2014 12:17 PM, PDT | | See recent Rolling Stone news »

Aside from being one of the greatest comedians of our generation, Bill Murray is also the co-owner of the St. Paul Saints, an independent minor league baseball team in Minnesota. That's something we were unaware of until very recently.

Like, as recently as Thursday night. Because that's when Murray – who loves to engage with people whenever he can (even if no one will believe it really happened) – decided to show up at a Saints game and take tickets at the main gate like it was just another day on the job:

Love the bucket hat, »

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'Mr. Hublot' Animated Short win means Mickey Mouse still without Oscar

2 March 2014 6:31 PM, PST | Gold Derby | See recent Gold Derby news »

Walt Disney may have won a record 22 Oscars but none of them was for his most famous creation, Mickey Mouse. This year, it was widely expected that the retro "Get a Horse" -- which mixed retro drawings of Mickey and his pals with 3-D technology -- would win Best Animated Short.  However, "Mr. Hublot," by first-time nominees Laurent Witz and Alexandre Espigares, pulled off an upset. Their film centers on an obsessive compulsive man who lives an isolated life until his life and organization abilities are turned upside down with the arrival of a rescued dog. Mickey's eight losses in this race began with the inaugural one in 1932 when "Mickey's Orphans" was bested by another Disney toon, "Flowers and Trees." His unlucky seven other bids were: Building a Building" (1933), "Brave Little Tailor" (1938), "The Pointer" (1939), "Squatter's Rights" (1946), "Mickey and th »

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