Bill Murray, the coolest person you've never met, has added another nearly-unbelievable story to his legendary repertoire of weirdness: at some point last year, the actor made a slow-motion movie.
"This is not a trailer for a real film," Vimeo user David Walton Smith wrote last year. "Bill Murray was kind enough to grant us our wish of walking down the hallway in slow motion -- simple. This is better than autograph."
Murray is used to participating in slow motion shots: director Wes Anderson, with whom Murray has made six movies, is known for using the technique in his films.
Watch the clip above -- which makes excellent use of the Kinks song "Powerman," a track Anderson used in "The Darjeeling Limited" -- and check out Murray in Anderson's latest, "Moonrise Kingdom," out in limited release now.
[via Badass Digest]