The tragic shooting of Halyna Hutchins has prompted calls to prohibit real guns from being used on television sets.

The tragic shooting: On Saturday, mourners gathered at a vigil to remember cinematographer Halyna Hutchins, who died last week in an accident on the set of the film Rust.

Alec Baldwin was handed a replica gun that he was informed was safe before shooting Hutchins. 42, and filmmaker Joel Souza. Investigators are working with Baldwin.

According to the statement, “she was lovely, bright, immensely talented.”

“Halyna inspired us all with her passion and vision. And her legacy is too significant to express in words,” Hutchins’ husband, Matt, tweeted.

The tragic shooting: There are safe ways to handle guns on set, according to experts, but implementation varies.

Prior to the shooting, crew members on the set of Rust.

Although there are ways to replicate gunshot in. TV and film without using actual guns, according to Dan Leonard, associate dean of Chapman. University’s film school, some filmmakers continue to utilize live weapons to make the drama feel more realistic.

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