Alec Baldwin thanked fans for their support and shared an update on the Rust set as filming resumed after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was fatally shot.
The 65-year-old actor, replay the leading role In West, a photo of him in costume was posted, along with a location update.
“We shot SUPERCELL in Billings. Now doing RUST out of Bozeman. Montana is amazing,” he wrote.
Supercell, an action-adventure film starring Baldwin that opened in March, was one of the last projects of actress Anne Heche, who died in a car crash last year.
Baldwin’s update continued: “I appreciate all the support I’ve received here.”
On October 21, 2021, filming was suspended after Hutchins was fatally injured on set after a prop gun Baldwin was holding misfired during rehearsal.
The actor said the gun accidentally fired and he did not pull the trigger.
all Criminal charges against Baldwin dropped earlier this monthHowever, the Hutchins family’s civil lawsuit against Baldwin is still ongoing.
Hannah Gutierrez-Reed, an armourer who made the weapons and ammunition, faces manslaughter charges.
Director Joel Souza, who was also injured in the shooting, has returned to direct the film.
He said in a statement after resuming filming: “While bittersweet, I am grateful that a talented and dedicated new production team has joined the former cast and crew to finish what Halyna and I began. work.”
Hutchins’ widower, Matthew Hutchins, is now an executive producer on the film, as well as a documentary about his late cinematographer wife.
This week, Rust Movie Productions announced that 14-year-old Patrick Scott McDermott will play the role of Lucas Hollister — a teenage boy with the notorious gangsters with the boy on the run.
Production is expected to be completed by the end of May.