By THOUSIF INC
Bill Murray has spoken out following his misconduct allegation on the set of his upcoming film, Being Mortal.
Murray appeared on CNBC on Saturday and spoke up from the Berkshire Hathaway annual shareholders meeting.
He explained that he had a "difference of opinion" with a woman working on the production.
The allegations against Murray led to Searchlight Pictures suspending production on the Aziz Ansari-led film last week.
The incident is currently being investigated and will determine whether Murray will return to the project.
"I did something I thought was funny, and it was not taken that way," Murray explained.
"As of now, we are talking, trying to make peace. The real issue is, between our peace," Murray noted.
"We are both professionals. We like each others' work," he continued.
"We like each other, I think, and if we cannot get along and trust each other."
"There is no point in further working together or making the movie. So it has been quite an education for me."
"We are talking about it. I think we will make peace with it, and I am very optimistic about that," he added.
"I think it is a sad dog that cannot learn anymore. I think that is an unfortunate puppy that cannot learn anymore."
"I do not want to be that sad dog, and I have no intention."
"What would make me the happiest would be to put my boots on and for both of us to go back to work."
"And be able to trust each other and work at the work that we have both spent much time developing the skill of," he said.
"And hopefully do something good for more than just the two of us, but a whole crew of people, the moviemakers and the movie studio," Murray added.