Star power was out in full force in New York City for the premiere of George Clooney's World War 2 historical action film Monuments Men.
The film follows a platoon of seven men, all museum directors, art historians and curators, who enter Germany in the waning years of the war in an effort to rescue the thousands of priceless works of art that were stolen by Nazi forces.
Clooney, Matt Damon, John Goodman, Bill Murray and the rest of the powerhouse cast walked the red carpet Tuesday, and ET caught up with Murray, who opened up about the pranks Clooney pulled on Damon during filming.
"The only one who got victimized was Matt Damon," Murray revealed, laughing. "He got Damon pretty good… With his uniform. Taking his pants in a quarter-in every week… and the rest of us just got to enjoy that.”
Check out the video for more from the cast of Monuments Men, which opens in theaters February 7.