Bill Murray said that he had misjudged Selena Gomez before working with her on The Dead Don’t Die.
“If my mother were alive I’d bring her home to her,” Murray stated People on Monday at the New York City on the red carpet premiere of “The Dead Don’t Die.” Acting out the encounter, the Oscar-winning actor lightheartedly began: “Mother, I want you to meet Selena.”
On Monday actor Murry,68, and the “Same Old Love” singer, Selena, 26, talk about her upcoming film that, in addition to Gomez, also stars Adam Driver, Bill Murray, Steve Buscemi, and Tilda Swinton advertising director Jim Jarmusch’s zombie flick.
Murray also reports Pople that he had misjudged Selena Gomez before working with her on The Dead Don’t Die.
“I learned that I like her,” he said. “I learned that whatever preconception I had about someone that had 55 million billion followers of something — I probably thought she was different than she turned out to be.”
At red carpet premiere, Cannes Flim Festival, where the movie official launch, Bill told he speak very softly to Selena as they walked for the premiere “to keep her at ease.” That was her first time at the prestigious movie gathering.
“She’s unusually bright,” According to Vanity Fair Murray said “She’s kind and she’s natural. I’m always pleased to find some kind of pop icon who I really like.”
After Cannes Flim Festival, Selena posted a post on her Instagram: “By the way, Bill Murray and I are getting married.”
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