Keke Palmer wants 'Being Mortal' saved after Bill Murray complains 

By sandhya

October 18, 2022

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Keke Palmer is silent on Bill Murray's complaint that halted the production of "Being Mortal". 

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But she is firm and clear that she wants to see the Aziz Ansari-led film get completed one way or the other.

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"If anyone can figure it out, it's going to be Aziz," she said in an interview with Variety during the Academy Museum Gala in Los Angeles. 

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Palmer added that they only had a month left to shoot, so Ansari "had to do a major rewrite" to complete the film.

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"But I know what we've got is gold," she said, adding that Ansari is "fantastic" and would love to see him as her director. 

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Earlier this year, Searchlight Pictures put filming on "Being Mortal" on hold.

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It stars Palmer, Ansari, and Seth Rogen, in the wake of allegations of inappropriate behavior against Murray on set. 

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