Initially, Bill Murray thought he wouldn’t like Selena Gomez. Murray and Selena, who stars in “The Dead Don’t Die,” informed People that he misjudged her during the New York movie premiere. He reveals to his costar that “I learned I liked her.” “I discovered that, whatever preconception I got about someone who had some 55 million billions of supporters of something, I might have believed it was unique to it.” He added, “I really like her.”
Murray said that he so adored Gomez that he would have presented the late mom to the “Wolves” singer if he knew her some years ago. “I would take her back to her if my mom was alive,” Murray whispers before the conference, “Mother, joke fully. I want to meet you, Selena.”
Last month, after being whispered to Gomez during the film’s world premiere on the red tape at the opening night of the Cannes Film Festival in France, the actor came virally on the social media.
When asked about what he said, Murray laughed, “I don’t remember what I’ve said.” The actor then likened Gomez to another pop star he had worked on the Sofia Coppola’s Christmas Special A Very Murray Christmas.
He said, “Like Miley Cyrus. I dig that kid,” he added “and survived whatever kind of family scenario they had also, which might be difficult.” Apart from her first performance on Monday and her debut during the Cannes Film Festival in May, Gomez was also shown in a video lately, with Zachary Levi, who serenaded a patient with his song, “I See the Light,” in Children’s Mercy Hospital in Kansas City, Missouri.