Bill Murray attends the press conference for "St. Vincent" on day 4 of the Toronto International Film Festival at the Trump International Hotel on Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, in Toronto. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP)
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Everyone involved in the making of " St. Vincent" wants to talk about Bill Murray, who plays the grumpy and flawed namesake of director Ted Melfi's first film, but the quirky comedian has lived up to a reputation of being incredibly hard to pin down.Murray also famously does his own thing, so it came as little surprise when he left partway through a grueling schedule of on-camera interviews on Saturday, deciding the fun was to be had elsewhere.Apart from praise for Murray, accolades were also heaped on the performance of Jaeden Lieberher, the 11-year-old actor whose character Oliver is taken under the wing of Murray's Vincent.Initially nervous in Murray's presence, Lieberher said the iconic actor helped him relax and proved an instructive presence.
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