In an interview printed Monday by The Hollywood Reporter, Anjul Nigam, co-producer of “Rust” with actor Alec Baldwin, mentioned he believes they’re going to be capable of end “Rust” as soon as the investigation into the taking pictures incident is full.

“‘Rust’ is clearly a horrific tragedy,” Nigam advised the publication. “The investigation will hopefully be resolved quickly and will unveil what occurred. Obviously, there will be folks on the market who will have adverse views, however we’re assured about persevering with to make high quality motion pictures.”

Hutchins was shot and killed on Oct. 21 on the New Mexico set of “Rust” when a firearm held by Baldwin was discharged as they have been rehearsing a scene. The investigation by the Santa Fe County Sherriff’s Department in ongoing.

Nigam mentioned they’re “assured” they’re going to “be capable of full the film” as soon as the investigation is full.

Nigam additionally introduced plans for a brand new film venture with Baldwin, referred to as “False Awakenings,” during which Baldwin will star. They plan to start manufacturing this summer time.

CNN has contacted representatives for Nigam and Baldwin for remark.

Hutchins’ household filed a wrongful loss of life go well with towards Nigam, Baldwin, the “Rust” crew and manufacturing firm in February.

“We proceed to cooperate with the authorities to find out how reside ammunition arrived on the ‘Rust’ set within the first place. Any declare that Alec was reckless is fully false. He, Halyna and the remainder of the crew relied on the assertion by the 2 professionals liable for checking the gun that it was a ‘chilly gun’ — which means there isn’t any risk of a discharge, clean or in any other case,” Aaron Dyer, legal professional for Baldwin and different producers of “Rust,” mentioned in an announcement to CNN on the time. “This protocol has labored on 1000’s of movies, with tens of millions of discharges, as there has by no means earlier than been an incident on a set the place an precise bullet harmed anybody.”

In April, Rust Movie Productions was fined almost $137,000 by the New Mexico Environment Department’s Occupational Health & Safety Bureau for security violations.

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