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