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Bill Murray reflects on alleged inappropriate behavior that led to the shutdown of his latest film

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Bill Murray continues to be reflecting on his alleged inappropriate behavior, which led to a production shutdown on the Searchlight Pictures’ film “Being Mortal” last week.

On Saturday, the actor told CNBC’s Becky Quick that he had a “difference of opinion” with a lady he was working with on the film, saying, “I did something I believed was funny and it wasn’t taken that way.”

Murray said he has spent the last week eager about the incident. He didn’t elaborate on what was said or to whom.

Bill Murray on CNBC TV on the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting, April 30, 2022.

David A. Grogan | CNBC

“As of now we’re talking and we are attempting to make peace with one another,” Murray said in an interview during CNBC’s exclusive streaming coverage of the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting. “We’re each professionals, we like each others’ work, we like one another I believe and if we won’t really get along and trust one another there is not any point in going further working together or making the movie as well. It has been quite an education for me.”

“Being Mortal” relies on Atul Gawande’s nonfiction book “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters within the End” and stars Murray alongside Aziz Ansari and Seth Rogan. The film was about halfway accomplished before production was halted. It’s slated for release in 2023, nevertheless it is unclear if Murray will proceed on with the project.

Bill Murray surrounded by a crowd on the Berkshire Hathaway Shareholders Meeting, April 30, 2022.

David A. Grogan | CNBC

He said he was optimistic that “we’re going to make peace” and that production will restart, but noted that he’ll only achieve this if the lady involved within the incident is comfortable doing so.

“I believe it’s a tragic dog that may’t learn anymore,” Murray said of learning from his mistakes. “That is a extremely sad puppy that may’t learn anymore. I don’t need to be that sad dog and I don’t have any intention of it.”

“What would make me the happiest could be to place my boots on and for each of us to return into work and give you the chance to trust one another and work on the work that we have each spent numerous time developing the skill of,” Murray said.

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