‘Rust’ Movie Production Resumes This Week with Alec Baldwin

Alec Baldwin is set to resume production of the movie “Rust” this week. The movie was put on hold in 2021 after cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed in a prop gun shooting on the film’s New Mexico set. Baldwin and armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed are facing charges of involuntary manslaughter in connection to Hutchins’ death.

The movie is set to be completed as part of a settlement agreement between the parties involved. According to a spokesperson for Rust Movie Productions, principal photography of “Rust” is set to resume Thursday at Yellowstone Film Ranch in Montana. The film ranch is meant to honor Hutchins’ legacy. Baldwin and the cast and crew will be back on set more than a year after the incident. The western movie is directed by Joel Souza.

What is the plot of the movie “Rust”?

“Rust” is a movie directed by Joel Souza and stars Alec Baldwin, Travis Fimmel, Jensen Ackles, and Frances Fisher. The movie is about a 13-year-old boy and his grandfather who run away after the boy accidentally kills someone. The movie is inspired by a true story about the youngest person ever executed in the United States. The story is set in a town with faith and a home-town-hero who has returned after he walks out on his ministry because he has more questions than answers.

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