Bill Murray had "so much fun" filming 'Moonrise Kingdom' with Tilda Swinton.
The 61-year-old actor enjoyed sharing set with the 'Beach' star on director Wes Anderson's comedy-drama - which tells the story of a pair of young lovers who run away from their home town - because she's a "monstrous actress" and he also loved appearing alongside "serious-crazy movie star" Bruce Willis.
He said: "I'm just delighted, I've known Wes for a pretty long time and I'm just so happy that he just gets better. And the people he brings in, like Tilda Swinton, she's just a monstrous actress. It was so much fun to have her in there.
"With Tilda, she's a very good actress. I've worked with her a couple of times. She's tall, she's Scottish, she's pretty, and she can do whatever she likes. She's a really good actress. I really hate to sound like I like her, but I do. And Bruce Willis, he's a real serious-crazy movie star."
Bill finds it easy to work hard when he stars in a movie directed by Wes because he finds the helmer "a real pleasure" to be alongside, and he is "honoured" whenever the filmmaker asks him to be in a motion picture.
He added to FlicksandBits.com: "Well, working with a director a couple of times is a real pleasure; it's an honour to be asked back, you know?
"It's great to come to the job and know that....you know, we're sort of here to serve, that's what we are here to do and we have sort of proven to each other that we are going to work hard. There's no question now that we are going to work hard."