While playing golf at a discrete golf course in Virginia on Thursday, Bill Murray confesses to signing up for a sequel of the heavily disparaged film, “Garfield: The Movie.” He was taking a picture with a small child, Douglas Hogan, who recognized the legendary actor from the Ghostbusters movie series. While the child’s family was setting up for a photo with Bill, “Dougie” asked the actor about will there be a third Ghostbusters movie. The Hogan family said that, “Mr. Murray paused and sighed heavily before admitting that a third Ghostbusters was in talks but with his current movie that he is working on, he can not divide his attention for the paranormal blockbuster.” The family was intrigued and asked what was the movie that was taking up his dedication; halfway expecting it to be related to the Amazon internet series adaptation of the 2009 film, Zombieland.
Reluctantly, the 2003 Golden Globe winner for Best Actor forced out a smile as he boasted, “Breckin Meyer and Jennifer Love Hewitt will be uniting with me to star in a sequel about everyone’s favorite fat cat.” Upon hearing the words, eye witnesses reported that poor four year old Doug Hogan instantly started weeping. Bill’s smile quickly vanished as he started sobbing uncontrollably as well saying, “I hate this movie franchise more than Garfield hates Mondays.”
Eyewitnesses later reported sightings of the depressed actor at various Italian bistros ordering trays of lasagna while muttering, “I’m researching my role. Don’t judge me!” Douglas’ mother, Michelle Hogan was unavailable for further interviews, stating that her son’s therapist recommended that the family tries their best to forget this celebrity sighting.