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If there’s one thing Bill Murray’s co-stars can depend on, it’s that the comedic actor will give them a good time.
Just ask Chloë Sevigny and Adam Driver, who play fellow police officers opposite Murray in Jim Jarmusch’s zombie comedy “The Dead Don’t Die.”
Joyride - Cop - Car - Sevigny - Cannes
“He brought us on a joyride in a cop car,” Sevigny said at the Cannes Film Festival for this week’s episode of “The Big Ticket,” Variety and iHeart’s film podcast. “It was raining and we were waiting for the rain to pass. It was like a New England summer storm situation, and we were just sitting in the cop car. He’s like, ‘You guys want to go for a ride?’ and he just pulled out [of the set], didn’t tell any of the PAs, didn’t tell any of the producers.”
Murray then asked the two if they had their phones or had any money on them. “We’re in a car with no money, no phones!” Sevigny remembered. “He’s like, ‘I remember this farm stand that I went to a couple days ago.’ So we pulled up to the farm stand with the lights going. It was straight up Bill Murray antics. It was so fun.”
Dead - Die - Year - Opening - Film
“The Dead Don’t Die” was this year’s opening film at the festival. The zom-com takes place in a small town being invaded by zombies. It’s Sevigny’s third collaboration with Jarmusch. “He sent...
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