Alec Baldwin addressed the recent tragic events that took place on a movie set. Check out the reports that have been detailed by The Shade Room.
TSR notes that ‘As previously reported, #AlecBaldwin has joined #GeorgeStephanopoulos for the first sit-down interview since the accident on the set of the film #Rust. Alec allegedly fired a prop gun that killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza on set in New Mexico. However, in the circulating trailer on Tuesday, Alec told George he did not pull the trigger.’
TSR continued and said: ‘At one point during the talk, George asked Alec what the actor’s responsibility is on set. Alec responded saying that to him an actor’s responsibility has changed since the day of the accident. He also shared how the accident changed his decision-making with scripts moving forward.’
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‘First of all I can’t imagine I’d ever do another movie that had a gun in it again. I can’t,’ Alec responded.
‘When you say what is the actor’s responsibility, the actor’s responsibility is to do what the prop armorer tells them to do.’
A follower said: ‘He was set up. I pray he can find peace someday. Sad situation all around,’ and a follower said: ‘poor thing. ppl mad at him yet we need to be looking at the person in charge of props!!!’
One other commenter posted this: ‘This whole story is CRAZY! It’s Something else behind the scenes going on with this.’
A fan wrote this message: ‘this whole situation is bewildering,’ and a commenter said: ‘I cannot imagine what he’s going through.’
Someone else said; ‘Look at the bags under that man’s eyes. Them’s not even bags, them’s luggage. Yeah, he stressed. Such a bizarre and sad story, really.’
The other day, we were reporting that in the trailer, George Stephanopoulos interviews Alec and seemingly tries to get some clarity on how the gun was fired, stating, ‘It wasn’t in the script for the trigger to be pulled,’ in which Alec responded, ‘Well, the trigger wasn’t pulled, I didn’t pull the trigger.’