Because we're huge fans of the real Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil (especially since that furry rodent has predicted an early spring, despite blizzards galore), today feels like the right time to get super-obsessed with a certain Bill Murray comedy.
That movie, of course, is 1993's 'Groundhog Day,' in which Murray plays a TV weatherman named Phil Connors, a curmudgeon forced to relive the same 24-hour period over and over. It's one of our all-time favorites -- and we're not just saying that because cast member Stephen Tobolowsky, aka Ned Ryerson, is a Moviefone columnist.
Tobolowsky writes today about the lasting effects of his memorable, scene-stealing role. But here, we take a fond look back at where Murray, Tobolowsky and the rest of the cast were in 1993, and catch you up with what they're doing now.