Actor Bill Murray, 71, said that he believed that the two could come to an agreement and work together again.
After a complaint was filed shortly after production began, Being Mortal was stopped last month.
Murray, 71, said that he had a disagreement with a woman he was working with. "I did something that I thought was funny and it wasn’t taken that way."
"The movie studio wanted to do the right things so they investigated it and stopped production."
Murray stated that he was speaking with the woman and trying to "make peace".
He stated that the studio is not involved in the conversations he was having, which he did not identify, with the woman and those who are supporting her.
Ghostbusters actor claimed that the incident was "quite an educational" for him.
"The world is different now than when I was a child." He said that what I thought was funny when I was a kid wasn't always the same now.
"Things are always changing, and times change. It's vital for me to understand them. It's better for the other person, I believe.
"I thought about it. It doesn't matter what it does for me.
Murray stated that he is optimistic that the woman and he will "make peace"; he said it would make him happy to go back to work on the film.
He stated that he would be most happy if he and I could both get back to work, be able trust one another, and do the work we have both worked hard at. "And the movie studio, too."
Aziz Ansari is the director of Being Mortal. Ansari also wrote and produced the film, which stars Seth Rogan & Keke Palmer.
Film will premiere in cinemas in 2023. The film is based upon Atul Gawande’s non-fiction book Being Mortal. Medicine and What Matters at the End.