When it was released in 1993, ‘Groundhog Day’ was only a modest success at the box office. But thanks to a hilarious lead performance from Bill Murray, an original script cowritten and directed by Harold Ramis and a cast that includes familiar faces like Chris Elliott and Andie MacDowell, it has gone on to become a comedy classic.
Of course, we all know what Bill Murray has been up to lately. (Answer: whatever he darn well pleases.) But what about the actors who played Rita, Ned and all the other memorable characters? And did you know that an Oscar-nominated actor got his start in the film? Take a look at what the cast of ‘Groundhog Day’ is up to now.
While discussing House Speaker John Boehner’s recent golf outing with Obama, Williams compared the friendly game to, “Hitler playing golf with Benjamin Netanyahu.” It’s safe to say that Hank and all of his rowdy friends will no longer be coming over tonight.
Arch West, creator of the beloved Doritos snack chips, has passed away at the age of 97. West’s relatives revealed said that they would (no joke) sprinkle tasty Doritos in his grave. Doritos: they’re even more delicious in the afterlife.
In honor of the late inventor of the greatest chips of all time, we present our favorite vintage Jay Leno Doritos ads.
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