Alec Baldwin 'inconsolable' after deadly 'Rust' movie set shooting, 'canceling other projects': 报告

Everyone knows this was an accident, but he’s absolutely devastated,” the unnamed source said, describing how Baldwin washysterical and absolutely inconsolable for hoursafter the incident.

演员 “is canceling other projects,” 消息人士说, 还会 “take some time to himself and re-center himselfby spending more time with family.

This was pretty devastating,” the source told . “This is how he handles difficult times. Whenever something bad happens, in the short term, he removes himself from [的] public eye.


鲍德温 “is someone who really deeply cares, so he can be very hard on himself,” 消息人士说. “That’s true in general, in situations nowhere near as serious as this. But in this situation, it’s a whole other level because of the loss of life involved.

Baldwin first publicly addressed the incident in Oct. 22 鸣叫, 写作, “对于夺走 Halyna Hutchins 生命的悲惨事故,我无法用言语表达我的震惊和悲伤, 妻子, mother and deeply admired colleague of ours.

“我正在全力配合警方调查,以解决这起悲剧是如何发生的,我正在与她的丈夫保持联系, 向他和他的家人提供我的支持,” Baldwin added. “我为她丈夫心碎, 他们的儿子, and all who knew and loved Halyna.

Still no charges have been filed in connection to the fatal shooting.

Santa Fe-area District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies initially said prosecutors will be reviewing evidence in the shooting and do not know if charges will be filed. Hutchins’ husband Matthew Hutchins posted on social media to mourn his wife’s loss, asking for privacy for their nine-year-old son, Andros, and thanking her friends and mentors at the American Film Institute, 他说谁 “nurtured the success we had only just begun to see flourish.

Hutchins’ Ukrainian father, Anatoly Androsovych, who recently spoke to The Scottish Sun, is trying to organize travel for his wife, Olga, and daughter, Svetlana, to go to the United States to comfort Andros. He also said he thinks the prop team, not Baldwin, is responsible for his daughter’s death, adding though that it will be her husband who ultimately decides whether or not to pursue lawsuits.

Disputes in the production of the Western film “锈” began almost from the start in early October and culminated with seven crew members walking off several hours before Hutchins was killed, 据美联社报道. The crew members had expressed their discontent with matters that ranged from safety procedures to their housing accommodations, according to one of those who left.

At a rehearsal on the film set Thursday at Bonanza Creek Ranch outside Santa Fe, the gun Baldwin used was one of three that a firearms specialist, 要么 “armorer,” had set on a cart outside the building where a scene was being rehearsed, according to the court records.

Court records indicate that an assistant director, Dave Halls, grabbed a prop gun off a cart and handed it to Baldwin, indicating incorrectly that the weapon didn’t carry live rounds by yellingcold gun.When Baldwin pulled the trigger, he unwittingly killed Hutchins and wounded Souza, who was standing behind her inside a wooden, chapel-like building.

鲍德温, 63, who is known for his roles in “30 岩” 和 “The Hunt for Red Octoberand his impression of former President Donald Trump on “周六夜现场,” has described the killing as atragic accident.He was a producer of “锈。”

一个 911 call that alerted authorities to the shooting at the Bonanza Creek Ranch outside Santa Fe hints at the panic on the movie set, as detailed in a recording released by the Santa Fe County Regional Emergency Communications Center.

We had two people accidentally shot on a movie set by a prop gun, we need help immediately,” script supervisor Mamie Mitchell told an emergency dispatcher. “We were rehearsing and it went off, and I ran out, we all ran out.

The dispatcher asked if the gun was loaded with a real bullet.

I cannot tell you. We have two injuries,” Mitchell replied. “And this (脏话) 广告 (助理指导) that yelled at me at lunch, asking about revisions….He’s supposed to check the guns. He’s responsible for what happens on the set.

The New York Times also reported that there were at least two earlier accidental gun discharges. Guns used in making movies are sometimes real weapons that can fire either bullets or blanks, which are gunpowder charges intended to produce little more than a flash and a bang.