When news broke earlier this week that production on Aziz Ansari’s feature directorial debut had been put on hold be deadly, no definite reason was given for the break in filming. The reports indicated that the delays were not caused by Covid or some other disease, but did not fully indicate what were caused by more than some kind of “complaint”.
Now a new article on Deadline clams that be deadly was shot down after “a complaint against star Bill Murray for inappropriate behavior”. The film also stars Ansari (who also wrote the screenplay, based on the non-fiction book Being mortal: medicine and what matters in the end) and Seth Roger. The Deadline article claims that they were told by “insiders” that neither Ansari nor Rogen were “part of the complaint.”
Deadline offers no details about the specific nature of the complaint against Murray beyond the basic description of “inappropriate behavior.” They also have no idea when filming might resume, or if Murray will still be involved with the film at that point. The outcome of the investigation, which is still “ongoing,” will surely play a role in those decisions.
Here is the official description of the be deadly atul gawande book
Medicine has triumphed in modern times, transforming childbirth hazards, injuries, and illnesses from distressing to manageable. But when it comes to the inescapable realities of aging and death, what medicine can do often goes against what it should… In his best-selling books, Atul Gawande, a practicing surgeon, has courageously revealed the struggles of his profession. Here he examines his final limitations and failures, both in his own practices and those of others, as life comes to an end. fascinating, honest and human, be deadly shows how the ultimate goal is not a good death but a good life, to the end.
be deadly It was previously expected to launch sometime next year. Depending on how long production is suspended and if roles need to be altered, that could change.
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