Comic-Con: Bill Mur­ray’s first meet­ing with Bruce Wil­lis

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SAN DIEGO - The latest from Thurs­day’s ses­sions at the Comic-Con In­ter­na­tional fan fes­ti­val in and around the San Diego Con­ven­tion Cen­ter: Bruce Wil­lis and Bill Mur­ray have an an­cient history that goes be­yond “Moon­rise King­dom” and the up­com­ing “Rock the Kash­bah” but that was news to Mur­ray, he told au­di­ences at Comic-Con. Wil­lis, Mur­ray said, was a page on “Satur­day Night Live” back in the day. Although Mur­ray didn’t re­mem­ber Wil­lis in his lowly stint fetch­ing cof­fee for the per­form­ers on the show, Wil­lis for­tu­nately had de­cent mem­o­ries of Mur­ray. A few years later, af­ter a few tequi­las, Wil­lis told Mur­ray that he was one of the only peo­ple who was nice to him on set. The other was Gilda Rad­ner. Bill Mur­ray is a big fan of Mi­ley Cyrus, he told au­di­ences at Comic-Con. “I thought she was just a knuck­le­head crazy girl, the kind of girl you would go on a road trip with,” he said. But, now, he’s a be­liever. “She’s re­ally good,” he said.

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