I think you are thinking of Bruce Lee’s son Brandon. He was killed while filming a Crow movie.I've always been skeptical of the accidental shootings on movie sets.
I believe it's somehow not just an accident, and things happen because someone (or group of someones) have designed it that way.
You have to look at the history of guns and shooting being filmed from the very beginning and realize when these things happen.
You would have to think of all them Western movies, where hundreds of people are making a shooting scene.
There were no shooting accidents, but people did get hurt falling from horse back.
When I hear of something like this, I immediately think of Bruce Lee.
I am probably wrong, but wasn't he the first causality on a movie set with a firearm?
The first one I remember of anyway.
What bothers me the most is why there is anything but blanks on site?
I know if I was an actor and was involved with a scene that involved with a firearm...
I would check the gun and the ammo in it as soon as it was handed to me to make sure live ammo wasn't "Mistakenly" loaded!
But then again, who knows if that isn't the case an the gun handling actor didn't load the real ammo in?
You can go back and edit your original post as well. Simple to do. Just click the 'Edit' button at the bottom left of your post and you can change the text. If you're on mobile you may have to tap the '...' next to the Report text in the lower left to see the Edit command.Sorry manixfan, I thought it said maxifan.
Guess I should put on my glasses
Wow, so four cast/crew killed in over 100 years of film making? That's an enviable record:Since 1915 only 4 people have been killed by a bullet on a movie set. One in 1915, Brandon Lee in 1993 and someone on the set of a Mexican movie in 2003, and now the shooting with Alec Baldwin. I dont count the guy in Cover Up. He played Russian Rolette with a gun loaded with a blank and died of stupidity. For the most part thats not a bad record.
When a prop gun fired by Alec Baldwin killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins and injured director Joel Souza on the set of "Rust," it followed decades of other incidents.www.latimes.com
Some of Alec Baldwin's old tweets have certainly not aged well!!!
"I wonder how it must feel to wrongfully kill someone" Alec's own words from September 2017. It's sad and ironic considering he just helped the young lady take the room temperature challenge.What didnt age well?
Obviously things need to change in the industry to prevent any repeats of these tragedies.
Folks need to remember that guns are not toys, and should always be treated as if they could be loaded and capable of harming someone.
Same answer. People know who is at fault for the other incidents.I just wonder why I never see similar threads with hundreds of passionate responses here following other incidents involving gun violence.