Call in the indie brigade. Bill Murray, your all-time favorite person, has done something even stranger than reading poetry to construction workers: He's posing in a fashion (!) magazine.
Promoting his upcoming role in Wes Anderson's newest flight of fancy, "Moonrise Kingdom," Murray, alongside his on-screen co-star Kara Hayward, dressed up in a Spacesuit and a too-short tuxedo for Harper's Bazaar.
However, the star stays mum throughout the article, which focuses on Anderson and his twee-take over. The director explains that despite his instantly recognizable style, this is not a conscious thing. "I don't make an effort to have any style," he told the magazine. "I make an effort to tell the story, get in as many jokes as we can, make it visually interesting and moving -- or whatever I can do."
As for "Moonrise," despite its glossy look, it's a film about young love. "When you're that age," he said of the two star-crossed protagonists, "falling in love takes over your whole life."
"Moonrise Kingdom" starring Bruce Willis, Edward Norton, Murray, Hayward, Tilda Swinton, Frances McDormand, Jason Schwartzman and Jared Gilman, hits theaters May 25.
For more, click over to Harper's Bazaar.
[via Harper's Bazaar]