Production company Searchlight last week stopped filming Being Mortal.
The reason is a warning from fellow star actor Bill Murray (71) of inappropriate behavior.
This weekend, the film veteran commented on the situation for the first time, according to reports CNBC.
Murray, known from such movie classics as “Ghostbusters” (1984), “Groundhog Day” (1993) and “Lost in Translation” (2003), told CNBC reporter Becky Kwik that his view of the event is different from the actress who notified.
Murray: – Learning Experience
I did something I thought was fun that wasn’t received that way, says Murray.
Now we’re talking and trying to bury the hatchet.
The star actor says he spent the last week thinking about what happened
We’re both professionals, we love each other’s work, we love each other, and if we can’t really get along and trust each other, there’s no point in continuing to collaborate or make this movie. It was a learning experience for me.
according to Vanity Fair Murray explains to CNBC:
The world is different today than it was when I was growing up. What you thought was fun as a kid isn’t necessarily fun now. Things change, times change. It is important for me to know that.
– He’s a sad dog that can no longer learn. He concludes that I don’t want to be a sad dog.
Being Mortal is based on Atul Gawande’s book “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End” by Aziz Ansari and his two sons, as well as Murray, Seth Rogan (40), the same director and Keke Palmer (28) at the top on the cast.
Palmer, according to several media outlets, is the woman who issued the warning against Murray.
Being Mortal is set to be cinema ready in 2023.
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