Alec Baldwin's accidental shooting incident leads to conversations about gun bans on movie, テレビセット

Many in show business are grappling with the industry’s relationship to guns and live ammunition on sets in the wake of an accidental shooting incident that involved アレック・ボールドウィン on the set of the indie-western filmさびthat resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.

締め切り reports that multiple major TV studios have been carefully examining their own gun safety protocols as a spotlight falls on the well-being of cast and crew on sets and around firearms. しかしながら, the outlet notes that it’s doubtful that the situation with Hutchins and Baldwin will result in any sweeping ban on live munitions given that safety precautions from major studios and networks seem to be sufficient. The outlet reports that such accidents typically happen on lower-budget indie films.

確かに, “さび” was working with a smaller budget than most massive studio films and therefore had less infrastructure in place to ensure that preexisting safety guidelines were in place.

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A bouquet of flowers is left to honor cinematographer Halyna Hutchins outside the Bonanza Creek Ranch.

A bouquet of flowers is left to honor cinematographer Halyna Hutchins outside the Bonanza Creek Ranch. (AP Photo/Jae C. Hong)

しかしながら, it’s worth noting that authorities are still investigating what led to the tragic accident that landed a live round in a weapon thought to be aコールドガン.”

それでも, that hasn’t stopped several showrunners and other creatives from declaring that they will no longer allow live ammunition or firearms on the sets of their shows. ABC’s The Rookiegot things started when showrunner Alexi Hawley declared in an internal memo that the show would now exclusively use fake guns.

“今日現在, it is now policy on The Rookie that all gunfire on set will be Air Soft guns with CG muzzle flashes added in post. There will be no more ‘live’ weapons on the show,” his memo states via ハリウッドレポーター.

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"The Rookie" was among the first TV shows to ban real guns on set in the wake of the accidental death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie "さび。"

The Rookiewas among the first TV shows to ban real guns on set in the wake of the accidental death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of the movie “さび。” (ABC/Kelsey McNeal)

Purists of the prop industry may argue that realistic recoil cannot be done in post-production. しかしながら, as Craig Zobel, the director of “イーストタウンのマーレ” そして “The Leftovers” それを置く, “who cares?

There’s no reason to have guns loaded with blanks or anything on set anymore,” Zobel wrote on Twitter. “Should just be fully outlawed. There’s computers now. The gunshots on Mare of Easttown are all digital. You can probably tell, but who cares? It’s an unnecessary risk.

Erik Kripke, the showrunner for Amazon Prime’s “男の子たち,” どこ “さび” co-star Jensen Ackles will play a role in Season 3, announced that he too will no longer use real guns on set.

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Alec Baldwin has since spoken out about the incident, それを "悲劇的な事故" and praising Halyna Hutchins as a "deeply admired colleague."

Alec Baldwin has since spoken out about the incident, それを “悲劇的な事故” and praising Halyna Hutchins as adeeply admired colleague.(Jim Weber/Santa Fe New Mexican)

Someone hurt or killed on my set is my worst nightmare. Sending love to Halyna Hutchins’ 家族, @JensenAckles, キャスト & crew of ‘Rust.’ I’m so sorry. In her memory, a simple, easy pledge: no more guns with blanks on any of my sets ever. We’ll use VFX muzzle flashes. Who’s with me?” 彼が書きました.

While it’s unlikely that official action will be taken by way of networks and studios, public attention might be enough to prompt change on a more political level. California state Sen. Dave Cortese announced he plans to introduce 立法 seeking the ban of live ammunition on sets in the state in direct response to the “さび” インシデント.

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