According to Rob Schneider, Bill Murray “hates” some of the cast of Saturday Night Live.
chneider appeared as a guest on the fifth episode of SiriusXM’s The Jim Norton & Sam Roberts Program.
The Grow upThe star claimed that Murray particularly hated the late Adam Sandler and Chris Farley.
The topic of their supposed feud arose after the hosts discussed rumors about Robert Shaw’s supposedly difficult behavior on the set of Steven Spielberg. Jaw.
“It’s the same thing with Bill Murray,” suggests Schneider.
“I won’t say who the filmmaker is, but ‘Bill Murray will come, he will change… the lines. He’s going to change everything, and that’s going to be great, but you don’t know who you’re going to marry. Bill Murray that you will get. Good Bill Murray? Or will you meet tough Bill Murray? ‘”
The actor continued, “He is very good to the fans. He’s not good to us.
“He’s not very – he hates us Saturday night live when he hosted the show. Totally hate us. I mean, boiling.”
Murray is part of SNL’starring for four years, from 1976 to 1980.
After leaving the cast in 1980, Murray returned to host the show five times and appeared on the show in November.
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Schneider joined the show, from 1990 to 1994, coinciding with Murray’s two appearances.
Schneider went on to share a theory as to why he believes Murray doesn’t like Sandler or Farley.
“He hates Chris Farley with a passion. It’s like he’s just boiling over looking at him,” Schneider declared.
“I don’t know exactly, but I want to believe it’s because Chris thinks it’s cool to be Belushi who [was] his friend, whom he saw dead, which he thought was cool to lose control.
“That’s my interpretation, but I really don’t know. I do not believe that. I only believe it 50%. “
Both Jim Belushi and Farley died of a drug overdose at the age of 33.
Belushi died in 1982; Farley passed away in 1997.
Schneider stated that Murray “really hates Sandler too” because “he doesn’t like that, you know? And Sandler just committed to that, and like… as soon as he started, you could see the audience ate him up.”
Schneider clarified that Murray was his “hero” and so he took some solace in the fact that What about Bob? the star showed to hate him less than the other members.
The Independent A representative for Murray’s has been reached for comment.
Schneider’s allegations came after Geena Davis reflected on a “bad” encounter with Murray on film 1990 Quick change.
Recalling the alleged encounter, Davis said: “It was terrible. The way he behaved in the first meeting… I should have gotten away with that or defended myself deeply, in which case I wouldn’t have gotten in.”
Almost six months after Murray was accused of “inappropriate conduct” on set Being an immortal resulted in production being shut down, details of the incident emerged.
In a new report from Puck Writer Eriq Gardner, multiple sources describe Murray allegedly standing in the middle and kissing a “much younger” female production worker, who “explained his actions as purely sexual” and “appalled” “.
https://www.independent.ie/style/celebrity/celebrity-news/bill-murray-absolutely-hated-adam-sandler-on-saturday-night-live-claims-rob-schneider-42066104.html Bill Murray ‘absolutely hates’ Adam Sandler on Saturday Night Live, claims Rob Schneider