The family of late actor Brandon Lee, who died in 1993 on set of “The Crow” movie, have spoken up. The actor died after he was accidentally shot on set. Brandon Lee’s family has spoken up about the unfortunate incident on set of the “Rust” movie.
Executive producer and actor Alec Baldwin accidentally discharged a prop gun with live rounds which led to the death of the movie’s cinematographer, Halyna Hutchins, and left the director Joel Souza injured.
Brandon Lee was the son of martial-arts icon Bruce Lee, and died at age 28. He however began trending on Twitter after users noted the similarities between the circumstances surrounding his death and the death of Halyna. Lee’s sister, who runs his Twitter page, expressed her condolences.
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“Our hearts go out to the family of Halyna Hutchins and to Joel Souza and all involved in the incident on “Rust.” No one should ever be killed by a gun on a film set. Period.”
The tragedy left other cast members traumatized, including Massee, who told Extra TV in an interview in 2005 that the incident was an experience that will never be forgotten.
“What happened to Brandon was a tragic accident. It’s something I’m going to live with ..it took me the time it took to be able to not so much put it in perspective but to be able to move on with my life.”