Bill Murray can do anything. In his latest film ‘St. Vincent’, Bill harmonizes to the Bob Dylan classic ‘Shelter From The Storm’. Click to WATCH!
Bill Murray, 64, is belting out a hit in his latest film. The Oscar-nominated actor takes on Bob Dylan’s “Shelter From The Storm” in a scene from St. Vincent. As usual, Bill is delightful in this quirky performance.
Bill Murray Sings Bob Dylan’s ‘Shelter From The Storm’
In St. Vincent, Bill plays cynical war veteran Vincent who befriends a young boy who moves next door.
Bill’s character decides to sing along to Bob Dylan’s classic “Shelter From The Storm.” In the clip from the movie, Bill jams out to the tune with his Walkmen. (Talk about old school!)
He looks particularly disheveled in his loosely-buttoned shirt and faded camouflage pants.
The rendition isn’t Grammy worthy, but Bill’s eccentric spirit is alive and well. The off-key rendition is what makes it awesome. Like Miley, Bill Murray’s just being Bill Murray.
No lie, we’d watch Bill croon like this all day.
St. Vincent recently premiered at the Toronto Film Festival and is garnering tons of buzz. Could Bill score his first Oscar nomination since Lost In Translation?
The film also co-stars Melissa McCarthy, Naomi Watts and Chris O’Dowd. The film opens nationwide on Oct. 24.
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of Bill’s rendition? Will you go see St. Vincent? Let us know!
— Avery Thompson