Bill Murray has revealed that he has joined the cast of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Murray is one of the most recognizable names in Hollywood and has been a part of a number of high-profile films like Ghostbusters, Groundhog Day, and Lost in Translation, just to name a couple. He can at present be found in theaters in Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch and is set to return in Ghostbusters: Afterlife set for theaters in the not so distant future.
According to a meeting with the German newspaper Frankfurter Allgemeine, via The Cosmic Circus, Murray revealed that he has shot a part in a Marvel film. While he didn’t say the movie by name, he referred to the director’s past movie, Get It On, which was helmed by Peyton Reed, affirming the Marvel film is Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania. Murray says he isn’t really keen on hero movies and says his job is undoubtedly an oddball job. Murray said in the meeting, which has been translated from German:
“You know, as of late I made a Marvel film. I probably will not tell you, however it doesn’t matter. Regardless, certain individuals were very astonished why I settled on such a task. Yet, for me the thing was very clear: I became acquainted with the director – and really preferred him definitely. He was entertaining, humble, all that you want from a director. And with the cheerleader story “Ready and waiting – Girls United” he made a film years ago, which I believe is damn good. So I agreed, although I’m not inspired by these immense comic book adaptations as an actor otherwise…Let’s put it thusly: the director is a good person, and presently I’ve at least evaluated what it resembles to shoot a Marvel film. Yet, I don’t think I wanted that experience a subsequent time. And to return to your past question: I have for the most part had a very good knack for avoiding the nasties of this industry. Fortunately, most good artists are also good individuals. At least that’s the manner by which I experience it with my companions.”
With Murray affirming his one-time inclusion in the MCU, it is impossible his job is a substantial one in the film or franchise and probable a pleasant cameo similar to Matt Damon in Thor: Ragnarok. Given the inclusion of Kang the Conqueror in the film’s story, it is conceivable Murray could be a character from a point in history that the legends or villains experience like in the Bill and Ted motion pictures. Murray famously appeared in a group pleasing cameo in 2009’s Zombieland, so a similar appearance by the actor in Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania could turn out enormous with audiences.