Bill Murray co-stars in "Moonrise Kingdom," the sixth time he's appeared in a film directed by Wes Anderson following "Rushmore," "The Royal Tenenbaums," "The Life Aquatic with Steve Zissou," "The Darjeeling Limited" and "Fantastic Mr. Fox." For those keeping score at home, that means Murray has been in every Anderson film except "Bottle Rocket."
"I still haven't seen that one," Murray says in this new behind-the-scenes clip (via Reddit), which casts the actor as an impromptu tour guide of the "Moonrise Kingdom" set.
In the new video, Murray introduces the strong "Moonrise Kingdom" supporting cast -- including Edward Norton ("He does a lot of psycho work"), Bruce Willis ("Playing a policeman; typecast, I guess"), Tilda Swinton ("She can do whatever she likes"), Jason Schwartzman ("He looks great") and Frances McDormand ("The lady who was the police officer in 'Fargo'") -- before giving audiences a look at Anderson's meticulously designed set.
"Moonrise Kingdom" focuses on a pair of young lovers (played by newcomers Jared Gilman and Kara Heyward), who run away together during the summer of 1965. The film features numerous child actors, something Murray joked was difficult.
"No money can make that right, can it?"
Watch the set tour above. "Moonrise Kingdom" is out in theaters on May 25.