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WATCH: Things Get Awkward With Billy Murray In Morocco

The Huffington Post The Huffington Post 26/10/2015 Farah Mohamed

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Fusion’s foremost Australian reporter, Alice Brennan, took a much-needed break from reporting on childhood concussions, industrial chicken farming and sex trafficking to find Bill Murray.

It turns out he’s in one of the last places you’d expect, Morocco. Besides being a popular tourist destination for europeans, this North African country has also become a hotspot for Hollywood, too.

Here, Morocco has been cast as a war-torn Afghanistan in the dark comedy “Rock The Kasbah,” which opened in theaters Friday.

Alice takes you behind-the-scenes of “Rock The Kasbah,” which brings together Murray, Kate Hudson, Bruce Willis, Zooey Deschanel, and Leem Lubany in a story about a washed-up talent scout desperate to find the next musical sensation.

Alice’s goal: get some face time with the man who brought “Groundhog Day” and “Ghostbusters” to life. She succeeds, but things get pretty awkward pretty quickly. Find out why in the video above.

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