Popular actor Bill Murray has finally addressed the ongoing allegations that led to the production of his upcoming movie, Being Mortal, being halted. As the Ghostbusters star explained, he had a difference of opinion with a woman he was working with and that he did something that Murray thought was funny, but it wasn’t perceived that way.
The actor further added that he has been doing not much else but thinking about it for the last week or two and believes that the world is different than it was when he was a little kid. The upcoming movie will star Bill Murray, Seth Rogen, and Keke Palmer and will be directed by Aziz Ansari. The movie will be loosely based on Atul Gawande’s non-fiction book titled “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End”.
The Actor Opens Up About The Allegations!
Murray admitted that what was funny for him when he was a kid doesn’t necessarily mean that it’s funny now, and he believed that it is important for him to figure it out. Murray also took this opportunity to admit that the situation had been educational for him. Although the actor did not reveal the identity of the other person, he claimed that they were trying to make peace with each other following the allegation.
Bill Murray stated that he would be the happiest if he could put his boots on and for both of them to go back to work and be able to trust each other at the work that they have both spent a lot of time developing the skill of.
As per sources, it has been claimed that Murray was hands-on touchy, although not in any personal areas, but he did put an arm around a woman, touched her hair, and pulled her ponytail. However, it was further claimed that all these were done in a comedic way. As a source explained how there was a fine line, and while everybody loves Bill, some women felt uncomfortable with his actions and felt like Murray had crossed a line.