Jensen Ackles shared a tribute on Sunday helena hutchins, cinematographer on film War who was shot and killed by a prop gun held by the film’s star and producer alec baldwin In a tragic on-set accident on October 21.
“I’m not even sure where to begin,” Ackles, who is involved in the project, captioned an image of Hutchins via Instagram. “It has been a tragedy of epic proportions that we are still processing.”
He continued, “Earlier last week I felt compelled to tell Halina how amazing I thought she was. I told her I thought her camera shots were so incredible and to see her and her teamwork How exciting. Really. She laughed and said thank you and gave me a hug. I will always be grateful that we had that moment. She had the courage and passion that infected the entire crew from top to bottom. She was the one Was an inspiration.”
Ackles also sent his heartfelt condolences to Hutchins’ family before adding, “He will be incredibly missed by all of us who knew and admired him.”
Hutchins was killed with a Baldwin weapon that was “discharged” Thursday afternoon at the location at Bonanza Creek Ranch outside Santa Fe. Initially Injured, Director Joel Souza Was taken to a local hospital and has since been discharged. Like others at the scene, Baldwin was interrogated and released by police after the tragic shooting. “No arrests or charges have been filed,” the sheriff’s department said.
Read his tribute below.