Filming on Alec Baldwin’s Western movie ‘‘Rust’’ is resuming on Thursday, 18 months after the fatal on-set shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Baldwin, who has pleaded not guilty to two counts of involuntary manslaughter, is remaining in the starring role.
Principal photography is starting up again at a new location in Montana.
“It will bar any use of working weapons and any form of ammunition,” said Melina Spadone, lawyer for Rust Movie Productions.
“Live ammunition is – and always was – prohibited on set.”
Bianca Cline will take Hutchins’ place as cinematographer, with Joel Souza, who was injured in the shooting in New Mexico, returning as director.
Hutchins’ husband Matthew will be an executive producer. Baldwin is a producer as well as the film’s star.
Rust Movie productions, which Baldwin is part of, said in February the scene that was being rehearsed when Hutchins was shot has now been rewritten.
The company added that Cline, whose credits include Marcel the Shell With Shoes On and American Horror Story, will “complete Halyna’s vision for the film” and donate her salary to charity.
Souza said in February: “Though bittersweet, I am grateful that a brilliant and dedicated new production team joining the former cast and crew are committed to completing what Halyna and I started. (BBC)