Quantumania screenwriter describes how Bill Murray was handled on set


Bill Murray’s Quantumania filming experience was intentionally made to be as simple as possible, according to Jeff Loveness.

Nabbing Bill Murray for a major franchise is a good snag, and that’s exactly what Marvel got, as the actor appears in the studio’s latest, Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania as Lord Krylar. And it seems as if the filmmakers wanted to make the process of shooting Quantumania as easy as possible on Bill Murray.

According to Quantumania screenwriter Jeff Loveness, “It’s almost like a Bob Hope cameo in an old movie: Just give him four minutes of runway, let him do his thing, boost the elevation a little bit, and let him get out.” The reasonings for the apparent catering aren’t given, but it could go a couple different ways: one, the filmmakers are grateful to get such a legend to cameo in their movie and don’t want to press their good fortune; two, it’s probably best not to tempt the Murricane, considering the actor has been known to be difficult on set (for various unflattering reasons…).

Regardless of how much time he spent on set, Loveness said, “I think Murray pulled it off pretty great.” What Bill Murray didn’t exactly land was the secrecy surrounding his Marvel involvement, spilling the beans to a German magazine ahead of the official announcement. One can imagine how well that went at the studio…

Loveness also said that Bill Murray was not the first choice for the small but important Quantumania role of Krylar, a former love of Michelle Pfeiffer’s Janet Van Dyne. Murray is still a bit unusual in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. However, his brief appearance does work. Did you find him a good fit in the Marvel Cinematic Universe’s Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania? Let us know in the comments section below!https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dU-0XkNtkAM

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