Actor Baldwin comforts the family of a photographer who was shot dead while filming a movie


  Mystery surrounds a shooting incident during the filming of the movie (Getty)</p><div><p>Actor Alec Baldwin expressed his condolences to the family <a target="_blank" href="" rel="noopener">The cinematographer who killed him by mistake</a> During the filming of his movie, while on Sunday, more reports emerged about disturbing practices during the filming of the American West movie "Rust".

A shocked Baldwin was seen outside a hotel in Santa Fe, New Mexico, on Saturday, hugging and talking to Matt Hutchins, husband of the late Helena Hutchins, and their nine-year-old son.

Baldwin, 63, said on Friday that Very shocked and saddened by the death of Hutchins. Authorities in Santa Fe said Helena Hutchins, 42, was killed and film director Joel Souza was shot when Baldwin fired live ammunition from a handgun he was told was unloaded.

In a statement read at a candlelight mourning for the director of cinematography, Matt Hutchins described the death of his late wife as a “terrible loss”.

No one has been charged, with increasing Mystery about the accident.

Media and social media reports raised questions about safety measures during the filming of the low-budget film, and many photographers and their assistants went on tour just hours before the accident.

In one of the most disturbing reports, celebrity website TMZ quoted anonymous sources linked to the production as saying that the pistol delivered to Baldwin had previously been used by crew members to shoot targets with live bullets.

Reuters was unable to verify the report, and police in Santa Fe did not respond to inquiries on Sunday.

According to court documents, Baldwin received the pistol from the film’s assistant director Dave Holes, a person with more than 20 years of experience in the industry.

Halls did not respond to requests for comment.



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