As Rust’s Production Company Disputes Responsibility For On-Set Death, Alec Baldwin Set Up A New Production Company

With Rust’s on-set death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins continuing to be arbitrated, developments with the cast and production company are moving forward as well. Production company Rust Movie Productions LLC is contesting the maximum fines that were leveled in a recent court decision, as well as claims of its responsibility for this untimely death. Meanwhile, actor Alec Baldwin is setting up shop with a new company of his own, and with another upcoming movie in the works as well.

Per the latest news from Deadline, Rust Movie Productions LLC is formally challenging the decision to fine the producers $136,793. As one of the two options available for exercise, Rust’s producers have opted to proceed with their counterclaim, as they see this result as “factually and legally inaccurate.” It should be no surprise, as there’s been no shortage of point/counterpoint arguments made during the total scope of this inquiry. 

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