Actor Alec Baldwin is all set to resume production for his controversial film titled Rust in Spring.
Sources from local media outlets claim the production has been made aware that there will be no working weapons allowed on set and that includes zero ammunition.
The news comes after a major array of controversies struck the celebrated actor regarding the case where he accidentally fired a loaded weapon in the direction of the movie’s cinematographer.
The actor claimed he had no idea that it was filled with live rounds and neither was he informed about the possibility of any sort of ammunition on set, he revealed.
Three weeks back, Baldwin was informed by the District Attorney General that he would indeed be charged for the killing of Halyna Hutchins because he did fire the rounds and load the trigger himself.
But the actor and his fans were mortified at the decision as Baldwin refused to back down and fight back against those claims that he felt were unfair.
The actor is facing charges linked to involuntary manslaughter. At the same time, Halyna Hutchins’s family has also issued another lawsuit holding the actor responsible for their daughter’s death and also for the reason of their being stranded in the war-torn nation of Ukraine.
According to them, Hutchins would have freed them from the country but her death has left them stranded all alone with nowhere to go.
As far as the resumption of the movie is concerned, many are not taking it positively. They feel the cinematographer should be shown some respect.
But the team claims the part being rehearsed when Hutchins died has been rewritten. Still, the consensus comprises netizens divided on the matter. What about you?
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