Alec Baldwin
Tara Reid also stars in the meta crime-comedy inspired by true events.
An involuntary manslaughter charge against the film's former armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed remains unchanged.
Action film "Supercell" also stars the late Anne Heche, who died in August 2022, and is produced by the "Rust" production team.
Alec Baldwin is returning to the project despite facing up to 18 months in prison in New Mexico.
Prosecutors have dropped a firearm enhancement charge against Baldwin, after the actor's lawyers argued the law passed after the shooting.
The actor's lawyers accused the New Mexico D.A. of committing a "basic legal error;" a legal expert noted several others.
Due to the "high volume of requests," New Mexico authorities are putting everything they have online.
New Mexico district attorney lays out, in great detail, the state's involuntary manslaughter cases against Baldwin and armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed.
"When you appear in a B movie, you are labeled as a B actress," Green said in court proceedings over a lawsuit. "It could kill my career." 
"If it were up to the actor to determine whether a firearm is safe or not, you wouldn’t need an armorer in the first place," Shannon said.
"An actor’s job is not to be a firearms or weapons expert," the actors guild said in a statement.
The film's assistant director also took a plea agreement for the charge of negligent use of a deadly weapon.
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