Alec Baldwin is “grateful” for the support he’s received in Montana after he returned to filming on the set of “Rust.”
“We filmed SUPERCELL in Billings,” he captioned a photo of himself from the set. “Now outside of Bozeman to complete RUST. Montana is stunning.
“I’m grateful for all of the support I have received here.”
Baldwin, along with director Joel Souza and other crew members, began filming at the Yellowstone Film Ranch April 20. Principal photography began roughly a year and a half after the production was halted due to cinematographer Halyna Hutchins’ death on set.
Baldwin and Souza, who was injured in the shooting that killed Hutchins, were both photographed on set for the first time Friday.
Special prosecutors Kari Morrissey and Jason Lewis announced criminal charges against Baldwin in Hutchins’ death would be dropped the same day “Rust” filming began in Montana.
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The decision came as “new facts” regarding the shooting were revealed that require further investigation. In their motion to dismiss, the special prosecutors noted the further investigation and forensic analysis required could not be completed before the start of the preliminary hearing, which was scheduled for May 3.
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