Starring in beloved indie films may be good for Bill Murray's legacy, but it doesn't pay well enough to maintain his high-flying lifestyle -- or at least that's what the "Moonrise Kingdom" star told David Letterman Thursday on "The Late Show."
"I've been doing these art films and it's killing me financially," he complained. "I tip heavy, I dress like a king. The numbers just spiral."
His solution? Inspired by the Tupac Shakur hologram that "performed" at the Coachella music festival in April, Murray claimed he plans to send a virtual version of himself to music festivals and 20,000-seat venues around the country. "It's an economic choice. I can have this hologram everywhere. I can stay home," he reasoned.