Keke Palmer says she is ‘pretty devastated’ after ‘being mortal’ cancelled due to Bill Murray allegations

Following allegations against her co-star Bill Murray, American actor Keke Palmer has issued a statement regarding the cancellation of her film “Being Mortal”. Searchlight Pictures put the movie’s production on hold in April when Murray was charged with inappropriate behaviour.

The movie, which marked Aziz Ansari’s directing debut, is based on the 2014 book “Being Mortal: Medicine and What Matters in the End” by surgeon Atul Gawande. Along with Murray, Palmer, and Seth Rogen, Ansari was slated to co-star in the movie and write it as well.

“Being Mortal” hasn’t been updated since the abrupt termination of production, and it’s uncertain at this point whether it will ever be finished.

In a recent interview, Palmer discussed the project that was shelved and expressed optimism that Ansari could find a way to salvage it. Last week, details about some misconduct that took place on-site were revealed.

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Gardner stated that Murray believed that he had been flirting with this considerably younger woman. Murray began straddling her and kissed her body at one point while they were close to a bed that was part of the production.

It was probably a hazy piece of physical humour, but it came as a surprise. Later, Murray claimed that he was only kidding. The report claims that the woman complained before starting the mediation with Murray. She reportedly resolved the matter for a little over $100,000.


  1. Who is the director of the movie?
    The director of the movie is Aziz Ansari.
  2. What is the latest update regarding the movie?
    “Being Mortal” hasn’t been updated since the abrupt termination of production and has some uncertainty.

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