Groundhog Day is one the highlights of Murray’s career, but behind-the-scenes difficulties and a genre dispute led to the star falling out with the director.
According to Joe.ie, Murray wanted the movie to be philosophical drama, but Ramis, who wrote and directed it, was adamant on it being comedy.
Allegedly once the film came out and Murray realised it wasn’t what he wanted, he stopped talking to his old friend, who he’d worked on Ghostbusters and number of other movies with.
But it wasn’t just that, during filming Murray’s marriage was going through a tough time and Ramis spoke of drama on set.
Speaking with The New Yorker, Ramis said: “At times, Bill was just really irrationally mean and unavailable; he was constantly late on set.
“What I’d want to say to him is just what we tell our children: ‘You don’t have to throw tantrums to get what you want. Just say what you want.’
Murray allegedly had also grown tired of relying on Ramis for his success and wanted to distance himself from working with him again.
Although they didn’t speak for 21 years due to their falling out, the actor went to visit Ramis shortly before his death in 2014.
After he died of complications of autoimmune inflammatory vasculitis, Murray paid an emotional tribute to his old filmmaking partner at the Oscars that year.
Murray was even brought to tears by the Groundhog Day musical on Broadway last year, presumably showing he’s put his disagreements with Ramis behind him.