Not really. But a film website has some fun at Breaking Dawn's expense. What if Bill Condon called on Bill Murray for Breaking Dawn?
"Fact: Bill Murray doesn't have an agent or a publicist. Filmmakers who want to offer him a part in a movie must call him -- if they can track down the phone number -- and leave a voice mail. He'll go for weeks at a time without listening to those messages, and even when he does there's no guarantee he'll get back to you. Bill Murray is rich and eccentric. He can work as much (or as little) as he wants to.
We can only imagine what Bill Murray's voice-mail box must sound like. In fact, we will imagine it right now.
Messages Left on Bill Murray's Voice Mail:
Hello, Bill, this is Bill Condon. You may recall we met at the Oscars a few years ago, when my film Dreamgirls was nominated. No nomination for best director, which was weird -- what, it might be the best picture of the year but it directed itself?? -- but anyway, that's water under the bridge. The reason I'm calling is that, well, I've fallen on hard times, and now I'm directing the final two Twilight movies. I loved what you did in Zombieland, and I was wondering if you'd be open to the possibility of doing a similar cameo in Breaking Dawn. You'd play a vampire, or maybe just someone they think is a vampire. We'd play it for laughs, of course. Might bring in some viewers who wouldn't normally see a Twilight movie. And I don't know how many of your fans are teenage girls or sexually frustrated middle-aged women, but I bet you'd have a lot more of them after this! So give me a call if you're interested.
So it is pretty funny. But I can not imagine Bill Murray in any Twilight fim.