“Inappropriate behavior”: Hollywood star Bill Murray removed from set

"Inappropriate behavior": Hollywood star Bill Murray removed from set

“inadequate behavior”
Hollywood star Bill Murray taking off from the set

And greet the marmot every day? It’s not like that at all now. But this isn’t the first time that Bill Murray has reportedly caused stink during filming. The makers of the film “Being Moral” have also granted a leave of absence to the 71-year-old.

What Happened to Hollywood Superstar Bill Murray on the Set of ‘Being Moral’? The lead actor was suspended for “inappropriate behavior”. This has been reported unanimously by many media. Production company Searchlight Pictures is said to have temporarily interrupted filming.

An email to employees said an official complaint was made late last week which is now being investigated. However, the people responsible would not be more specific. Otherwise, no further details have been leaked to the public.

Filming on “Being Moral” by director, actor and comedian Aziz Ansari began in March. About half of the film, which deals with the theme of end-of-life care, should already be in the can.

Allegations by Lucy Liu

In the summer of 2021, actress Lucy Liu publicized the feud with her colleague Murray. Together they posed in front of the camera for the film “Charlie’s Angels” in 2000. Liu reported that Murray allegedly insulted her. Reason: You and other colleagues modified a scene during a rehearsal when the undead weren’t there.

She’s also already complained about Murray: Lucy Liu.

(Photo: Alliance / Ivan Agostini / InVision / AP)

At the time, Liu said on the Los Angeles Times podcast “Asian Enough”: “Some of his expressions were unforgivable and unacceptable and I didn’t want to just sit there and admit it.” He immediately put up a fight and did not regret it. Colleague Drew Barrymore also confirmed the incident on set. “Comedians can be a little dark sometimes and they just got into a bad mood,” Barrymore said at the time.

Born in 1950, Murray was part of the comedy show “Saturday Night Live” on American television in the 1970s. He also began his acting career at the time, appearing in several blockbusters including “Ghostbusters” (1984), “Marmot Greetings” (1993) and “Lost in Translation” (2003).

READ  Bruce Darnell talks about the Bohlen relationship - who reacts
Written By
More from Miriam Garner
5 enjoyment factors about the Perseid meteor shower
If you want to get your meteor on, this 7 days is...
Read More
Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *