From his upcoming film "Hyde Park on the Hudson".
He's come a long way from "Stripes."
True story: back in the late 1980s, I was walking near Union Square, and saw Murray in the middle of watching moving guys load his stuff into a Ryder truck. He went into the corner store, and came out with two six-packs of Bud and a big bag of generic potato chips. I approached him with two friends and asked for an autograph. He swore under his breath, but he was smirking. He wrote "86 this man. Bill Murray" on some spare card I had in my wallet. Wallet with said signed precious card in it has since been stolen.