Most stars shun the "O word" - Oscar - when they might be in the running for an Academy Award, not wanting to jinx their chances or look too eager.
Bill Murray has no problem dissecting Hollywood's highest honours.
A best actor nominee for 2003's Lost in Translation, Murray could have Oscar prospects again as Franklin Delano Roosevelt in Hyde Park on Hudson, a comic drama that played the Toronto International Film Festival.
Murray won a string of key prizes for Lost in Translation leading up to the Oscars, including a Golden Globe, an Independent Spirit Award and honours from many critics groups.
When he lost on Oscar night, it was a lesson not to get your hopes up too high, Murray said in an interview.
"You can't get all ramped up and amped up about this thing all the time," Murray said. "I mean, I got excited about it once, and it was odd.
I won all the prizes, I won literally all the prizes all the way up to the last one.
And I really thought, well, 'I've just to go get this thing, I'll be right back.'... See Complete Article @ Cineplex