What seems to become any sort of accident involving a prop gun leaves one crew member dead and the other hurt on occur Boise State Broncos while filming a completely independent Western known as Rust, starring and Created by Alec Baldwin. The accident apparently involves Baldwin discharging the prop gun, subsequently killing the movie’s cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins, and wounding director Joel Souza. Souza was apparently treated for injuries sustained in case and it has since been released in the hospital. Baldwin continues to be asked by police concerning the shooting and it was later released. By at this time, there has been no arrests or charges filed. Alec Baldwin did issue an open statement on Twitter concerning the incident, saying that he’s fully cooperating using the police analysis which he’s in contact with Hutchins’ husband and boy. Baldwin expressed his feelings by saying, “There aren’t any words to share my shock and sadness concerning the tragic accident that required the existence of Halyna Hutchins.” In other news, Warner Bros. teased a follow up to Dune during WarnerMedia Chief executive officer Ann Sarnoff’s recent sit lower with Deadline. And lastly, some MCU news. A magazine by Paul Terry and Tara Bennett, The Storyline of Marvel Studios: The building of the Marvel Motion picture World, describes a quarrel between director Joe Russo and also the Marvel Creative Committee.
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