George Clooney recently addressed the tragic shooting incident involving cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the set of “Rust” during an episode of the WTF with Marc Maron podcast. He drew parallels between this incident and the death of his friend Brandon Lee in 1993, who tragically passed away due to an accidental shooting on the set of “The Crow.”

Reflecting on these events, Clooney underscored the importance of adhering to strict safety protocols, such as checking firearms before each use. He criticized the lack of experience exhibited by the armorer on the “Rust” set and highlighted the challenges in differentiating between dummy bullets and live rounds.

Clooney characterized these incidents as a combination of avoidable errors and tragedies, advocating for enhanced safety measures on film sets. Others, including Eliza Hutton and Alec Baldwin, have also called for changes to improve on-set safety in the wake of these events.

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