(AP/Eric Charbonneau)

Bill Murray is already the break-out star of Comic Con, of course

Everyone's favorite comic actor charmed the crowd at his "Rock the Kasbah" panel

Erin Coulehan
July 10, 2015 12:57AM (UTC)

Comic Con is in full swing, and resident cool guy Bill Murray made his debut on a panel promoting his new film “Rock the Kasbah” sporting a bandana and aviators, because why not?

The 64-year old actor discussed his favorite roles and played coy about the legends that surround him — Yahoo reports that a fan asked Murray during the Q&A about the accounts that he randomly approaches strangers in public and whispers “No one will ever believe you” when they recognize him, an act he denied later to reporters: "It sounds like fun though, doesn’t it?”


Overall, the star established himself as an early hit at the pop culture convention -- of course, by opening up about his "process":

[embedtweet id=619210669573935104]

And his history:

[embedtweet id=619208414250541056]

He defended his colleagues, like his "Very Murray Christmas" special guest performer Miley Cyrus:

[embedtweet id=619206978787782661]

and co-star Bruce Willis:

[embedtweet id=619211908827250688]

Of course it's easy to be charming when you make a rock star entrance:

[embedtweet id=619218343589998593]

Complete with singalong:

And hospitality is on point:

[embedtweet id=619202433189838848]


And you're among friends:

[embedtweet id=619243373174480896]

Verdict? A winning Comic Con debut:

[embedtweet id=619242336602603520]

[embedtweet id=619204596972539904]

Erin Coulehan

Erin Coulehan is a freelance journalist with work in Rolling Stone, Elle, Slate and others. Follow her on Twitter @miss_coulehan

MORE FROM Erin Coulehan

Related Topics ------------------------------------------

Bill Murray Comic-con Movies Rock The Kasbah


Read Now, Pay Later - no upfront
registration for 1-Hour Access

Click Here
7-Day Access and Monthly
Subscriptions also available
No tracking or personal data collection
beyond name and email address


Fearless journalism
in your inbox every day

Sign up for our free newsletter

• • •