Lucy Liu and Bill Murray had a clash on the set of the 2000 film “Charlie’s Angels,” according to a recent Yahoo! article. Murray’s unreasonable behavior caused tension between the two stars, and Liu stood her ground, while her co-stars have since corroborated her account of Murray’s verbally abusive behavior.
Liu acknowledges that it’s sad to hear about other actors’ similar experiences, but she doesn’t feel validated by their stories. She doesn’t think it’s healthy to hold onto negative energy, and she’s grateful that people are speaking out about their experiences.
Drew Barrymore, another star of the film, commends Liu for standing up for herself and not accepting Murray’s behavior. She notes that Liu’s courage was the best outcome of an unfortunate situation.
It’s unfortunate that the actors had such a negative experience with Murray, and reports suggest that this may be a recurring issue for the star. There have been similar reports of negative behavior on the sets of “Quick Change,” and allegations of sexual misconduct on the set of Aziz Ansari’s now-canceled film “Being Mortal.”
In conclusion, while celebrities may have bad days, it’s important to treat others with respect and professionalism, especially on a film set where tensions can run high.
Hopefully, the industry will continue to hold individuals accountable for their behavior and ensure that everyone can work in a safe and respectful environment.