Owen Wilson has returned home, after being hospitalized for an apparent suicide attempt. He’s “doing very well” a source says. Wes Anderson, friend and director of Wilson’s latest film, The Darjeeling Limited, had this to say:
“We all miss having him here very much. Obviously, he has been through a lot this week,” Anderson told reporters on the Lido Monday. “I can tell you he has been doing very well—he has been making us laugh.
“When he’s ready, he’s going to speak for himself much better than any of us could. He has a very good way with words.”
Bill Murray has an explanation for why he was driving a golf cart down the street in Stockholm last week.
“[The police] asked me to come over, and they assumed I was drunk, and I explained to them that I was a golfer,” Murray explained at the premiere for his new movie, The Darjeeling Limited.
The 56-year-old funnyman noted that when no one at the party wanted to drive the golf cart back to the hotel, he decided to serve as the shuttle driver for the night and gave about six people a lift. Authorities caught up to him just as he was dropping off the last couple—at a 7-Eleven, of all places.
“I ended up stopping and dropping people off on the way, like a bus,” said Murray, then quipped, “I didn’t know they had 7-Elevens in Stockholm.”
Makes perfect sense to me. I mean, really, is it that much different than those drunks I see all over the place tooling around in their Rascals mobility scooters?