While advancing his impending film "Red Notice," Johnson let Variety know that he will at this point don't permit genuine weapons on the arrangement of any of his Seven Bucks film creations after the lethal shooting on the arrangement of "Rust," which killed cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
"We will switch over to elastic firearms, and we will deal with it in post[-production]. We're not going to stress over the dollars. We will not stress over what it costs," he said.
"I was grief stricken. We lost a daily existence. My heart goes out to her family and everyone on set. I've known Alec, as well, for seemingly forever," Johnson added.
Johnson's remarks come in the midst of developing calls to boycott utilitarian guns on Hollywood sets.
A functioning examination is in progress to decide how the gun released by entertainer and maker Alec Baldwin on the "Rust" set last month became stacked with a suspected live round.
An associate chief on the film hollered "cold weapon," demonstrating the weapon didn't have live adjusts, prior to giving the gun to Baldwin, as per an oath in the case.Baldwin has been in telephone contact with investigators, enthusiastically responding to their inquiries, law requirement and the entertainer have said.