A New Mexico court filing stated the case against actor Alec Baldwin are dismissed but investigations will go on into the death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
The US actor was holding a Colt gun during a rehearsal for "Rust", a Western being filmed in New Mexico last October, when it discharged a live round, killing 42-year-old Halyna Hutchins.
US police are investigating why live ammunition was present on set, and requested Baldwin's phone in mid-December on the grounds "there may be evidence on the phone" that could be relevant to this investigation.
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The lawsuit focuses mainly on the Hollywood actor's actions, alleging he violated protocol by not checking the gun more carefully.
Calls for banning real guns on production sets pour in after US cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was shot and killed by a prop gun on the set of Western film ‘Rust’.
The incident happened on the set of "Rust" in New Mexico where Baldwin is playing the lead in a 19th-century western.
Saturday Night Live sketch comedy series returned to the air on Easter via Zoom as for being gone for a month amid coronavirus outbreak. The comedy show was hosted by Tom Hanks from his kitchen.
The sixth film in the series grosses $61.2 million in its first weekend in cinemas, marking a franchise best.
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Thousands of anti-Trump protesters, including politicians and celebrities, have rallied in New York. Demonstrators also clashed with police outside the National Press Club in Washington DC ahead of Donald Trump's presidential inauguration.
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