Did You Notice The Wacky Detail About Bill Murray In Cannes?

CANNES – There are beautiful people in Cannes, but one of them catches the eye of the whole Croisette. During the photocall for the film “The French Dispatch”, in competition for the Palme d’Or at the Cannes Film Festival, actor Bill Murray appeared, this July 13, with a surprising outfit including a wacky detail that does not has not escaped the notice of Internet users.

The photo itself made several Wes Anderson fans laugh. We see the actor Timothée Chalamet dressed as someone who would go to a punk concert. The director looks like he’s straight out of one of his feature films. As for Tilda Swinton, she appears dazzling in her blue Haider Ackermann suit, but adopts a position that can reflect her determination.

Two wrist watches

But the most talked about outfit remains that of the actor who played the role of Doctor Peter Venkman in “Ghostbusters”, Bill Murray. He showed up in Cannes with a patterned shirt, shorts and a hat. Like what, he also intended to take a vacation in the sun. However, one detail made all Internet users hilarious: his two watches on each of his wrists.

“I would love to know what superpowers I would have if I wore two watches like Bill Murray,” one tweeted. Another even said: “I would like this photo of Bill Murray wearing this outfit and two watches at the premiere of The French Dispatch to be kept and displayed in the Louvre next to the Mona Lisa”.

However, for the premiere of Wes Anderson’s film, the actor wanted to be a little more serious by wearing a very classic black suit to climb the steps of the Palais des Festivals.

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Tilda Swinton, Bill Murray, Benicio Del Toro and Alexandre Desplat for the red carpet of “The French Dispatch” on July 12 in Cannes.

While the stars rose to applaud the audience in the room, Tilda approached Timothée Chalamet to stick a sheet behind his back, like an April Fool’s Day. We have to believe that this hilarious cast will be remembered in all memories.

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