Alec Baldwin wept in the first interview since Halyna Hutchins was shot dead on the movie set-and claimed she didn’t trigger the gun that killed her.
The actor-producer shot and killed the cinematographer when his prop gun fired while filming in Rust, western New Mexico.
And the 63-year-old sobbed while talking to Good Morning America host George Stephanopoulos in her first interview since her death in October.
“It’s still unbelievable. It just doesn’t seem real to me.”
Stefano Pros asked: “Wasn’t the script triggered?”
And in a comment that deepens the mystery surrounding death, Baldwin replied:
“No, no, no, no, no, I would never point a gun at anyone or trigger it.”
When asked, “How did the real bullet get on the set?” Said the actor, “I don’t know. Someone put a live bullet into the gun.
Stefano Pros also asked: “You said you weren’t a victim, but is this the worst thing that has ever happened to you?
“Yes,” Baldwin replied.
“Looking back, I wonder what I was able to do.”
His response isn’t in the trailer, but it also shows that the actor is asked:
“You described it as a trillionth shot and the gun was in your hands, how do you accept it?”
The full interview will air on Thursday at 1:00 AM UK time on ABC in the United States.
Alec Baldwin sobbed in the first interview since the film’s set shoot-as the mystery deepened after he said: “I didn’t trigger” | Ent & Arts News
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