Alec Baldwin’s charges of manslaughter have been dropped and he will resume filming of the movie “Rust” where the film’s shooting location will be moved from New Mexico to the Yellowstone Film Ranch in Montana. The ranch is located in Paradise Valley near Livingston, MT.
Filming of the movie “Rust” will resume this spring. Baldwin is still facing a lesser charge of involuntary manslaughter.
“Rust” has found a new filming location as it’s set to move production from New Mexico to the Yellowstone Film Ranch in Montana.
Filming is set to resume in the spring as Alec Baldwin, who faces involuntary manslaughter charges for the 2021 death of Halyna Hutchins despite his insistence he didn’t pull the trigger , returns as the lead in the Joel Souza-directed Western flick.
“We’ve learned so much about Halyna as a friend and colleague, the depth of her artistry, and the lasting impact she had on so many,” Yellowstone Film Ranch co-founders Richard Gray, Carter Boehm, and Colin Davis said in a joint statement, per THR .
“We are honored to play a role in the realization of her vision and to carry forward her inspiring legacy through championing this film.”
“The dedication and passion of the entire ‘Rust’ production team to honor Halyna’s vision has deeply moved us,” they added.https://www.instagram.com/p/CdmRkuCrpXu
The film’s new filming location served as the backdrop for several films, including last year’s “Murder at Yellowstone City” as well as Nicolas Cage’s 2023 film “The Old Way.”
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By Nika Shakhnazarova, New York Post