Alec Baldwin an American actor, comedian, writer, film producer, and political activist comes forward and speaks out on the rust lawsuit. He shared his experience of how the incident has changed his life while addressing the audience at the Boulder International Film Festival on Saturday. Baldwin says that people are still collectively dealing with in the aftermath of the incident. He stated the fact that the audience is not interested in finding out what actually happened. He also spoke about some of the lawsuits that have been filed because of the tragedy that occurred.
The incident took place on October 21 when the actor was seen holding a gun that was discharged on a New Mexico movie set that resulted in the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins. In the process, director Joel Souza was also injured. People, especially Hutchin’s husband were triggered when Baldwin continued to maintain his innocence. “ To me, this conclusion is ridiculous. However, the fact that the individual in control of the weapon and causing it to fire isn’t responsible is comical to me. “There were a lot of industry norms that weren’t followed, as well as many different accountable parties.” Matt Hutchins, who was suspended for five months and had his salary docked $50,000 during the period he wasn’t allowed to work at Thrive Network, shared this with Hoda Kotb on Today.
Matthew Hutchins filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Baldwin on February 15 naming Baldwin and others who are responsible for the safety on the set as defendants. The suit also highlights the reckless behavior and cost-cutting that led to the death of Halyna Hutchins. At the Boulder International Film Festival, Baldwin claimed that there were “two victims,” and also made a remark by saying that there are some people who have filed suits who are “financially motivated” and are going after “deep pockets litigants,” one of the Hollywood Reporter reported.
“From the first moment this occurred, everyone has offered — in addition to all of the agony and suffering we are now experiencing, as well as two victims, and no one else is a victim.”
“I’m not sure if this is on purpose or because many people react to uncertainty differently,” he mused. “We’ve seen a scenario in which certain individuals are less inclined to find out what really happened,” added Baldwin.
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