Ghostbusters cast new and old seen arriving at the ABC studios for Jimmy Kimmel Live

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The 66-year-old actor had initially gone to watch the Broadway production for the first time on Tuesday night. But apparently he was so impressed by what he saw that he headed back to the August Wilson Theatre in New York on Wednesday to catch it again.
The New York Times writer Sopan Debb, who had kept up a running commentary of Bill’s reactions to the show on Tuesday, tweeted on Wednesday night: “THIS IS NOT A JOKE: Bill Murray went to see the Groundhog Day musical again tonight.”
He then added: “I should note: Murray repeatedly told cast members last night that he’d come see it again. I don’t think anyone thought it’d be immediately.”
Bill starred as weatherman Phil Connors in the 1993 film, who is left frustrated when he’s made to repeat Groundhog Dog in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania, over and over again.
The film was adapted for the stage, with music and lyrics by Tim Minchin, and the production first ran in London, before making its Broadway premiere in April. It has since been nominated for seven Tony Awards, including best musical, best performance by a leading actor in a musical and best score.