Saturday Day Night Live, The shooting of the 71-year-old” film was suspended last week after an objection was lodged against the actor alleging “extremely problematic conduct.”
Two of Murray’s lawyers did not reply to questions, and a spokesman for “Being Mortal” at Fox Searchlight refused to remark.
It became understood that the filming of the film “Being Mortal” was stopped as Bill Murray dissolved his hands. Page Six writes about this, citing its sources.
The insider explained that the actor molested women – hugged, touched their hair, could pull the ponytail. This was done, the source of the publication assures, in a joking manner.
“A fine line. Everyone loves Bill. While his behavior is not illegal, some women felt uncomfortable. So he crossed the line,” says a Page Six insider.
“Bill loves women and toys. He likes poems and fantasy, he flirts, but it is always dressed up in a comic form. It is not clear if he crossed the line,” Page Six quotes another insider.
The other day, there were reports in the media that the production of the film “Being Mortal” was stopped due to a complaint about Murray’s inappropriate behavior. However, the actor has already had conflicts on the set. For example, he had a falling out with Lew on the set of Charlie’s Angels (2000).
Richard Dreyfus’s son Ben said that because of Murray on the set of the 1991 comedy “But what about Bob?” I had to hire bodyguards. He wanted an extra day off, but producer Laura Ziskin refused. Bill allegedly “ripped off her glasses.” Dreyfus Sr. complained about the actor, and Murray threw an ashtray at him.
Originally published at celebrityinsider.org