Alec Baldwin attended a private memorial Friday night for the 42-year-old cinematographer the actor accidentally shot with a prop gun, according to a report.
Halyna Hutchins’ husband and son attended the service in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which included grief counselors on the scene, Showbiz 411 reported.
A public memorial is set for Sunday night in Santa Fe by Local 600 of the International Cinematographers Guild.
Baldwin took to Twitter on Friday to address Thursday’s “tragic accident,” saying he’d been in contact with Hutchins’ husband.
A distraught Baldwin repeatedly asked why he was given a “hot gun” — a firearm with live ammunition — after his prop weapon discharged on the New Mexico film set of “Rust.”
“In all my years, I’ve never been handed a hot gun,” the actor allegedly kept saying, according to reports.
The set at Bonanza Creek Ranch was put into lockdown and production was halted immediately after the accidental double shooting, which unfolded at about 2 p.m. Thursday.