Amy Schumer censored on Alec Baldwin during the Academy Awards

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Amy Schumer censored on Alec Baldwin during the Academy Awards
Amy Schumer censored on Alec Baldwin during the Academy Awards

Amy Schumer, co-host of the Academy Awards 2022 revealed some lines of her that the Academy did not approve, some directed towards Alec Baldwin, after the controversial issue that took place on the set of Rust. During a recent stand-up comedy show Schumer said some of the lines that were censored, one, in particular: "Don't Look Up is the title of a movie? More like not looking down into the barrel of Alec Baldwin's gun!" The incident on the set of Rust caused the death of director of photography Halyna Hutchins, fatally wounded by a bullet fired from a prop pistol handled by Alec Baldwin.

Hutchins, however, was included in the show's celebrated In Memoriam. Schumer, again during the show on April 2, said that she too came up with some jokes about Joe Rogan and James Franco, but considered too controversial.

Amy, about Will Smith slap said: "I wasn't allowed to say any of that, but you can just come up and slap someone!"

Last on Rust issue

Incredible news from the American media: Alec Baldwin would like to complete the filming of Rust after the accident that resulted in the death of director of photography Halyna Hutchins, who was hit by a bullet from a gun that was holding the US movie star in the hand.

New York Times said Baldwin is attempting to urge the rest of the cast and crew to finish the film to honor Halyna Hutchins' memory. The project also plans to support the woman's son and widower through the film's profits.

On 21 October, the actor had fired a shot with a prop gun during rehearsals for a shoot. The shot from the weapon, as mentioned, killed the director of photography Halyna Hutchins and injured the director of the film Joel Souza.

Baldwin has always stated that assistant director Dave Halls told him the gun was blanks. Alec Baldwin had already entered a maelstrom of investigation and controversy over the death of the director of photography of his film Rust, killed by a bullet from a gun in Baldwin's hand.

Rust director Joel Souza was injured but survived, while Halyna Hutchins died after being flown to the University of New Mexico hospital. During a recent interview with ABC News, Baldwin claimed he did not pull the trigger on the gun that fatally wounded Hutchins, even though he was aiming what he thought was a harmless prop in his direction when he fired.

during rehearsals for the film. Investigators examined the weapon, and said, "You can pull the hammer back without actually pulling the trigger and without actually blocking it. So you pull it halfway back, it doesn't freeze, and then if you let it go, the firing pin can strike.

the firing of the bullet." Vanity Fair reporter Anthony Breznican overheard Santa Fe County District Attorney Mary Carmack-Altwies who said, "One of the detectives in my office has a very old type of revolver, and so he brought it, at my request.

, so we could look at it and see if it was possible." The American actor had already entered a maelstrom of investigation and controversy over the death of the director of photography of his film Rust, killed by a bullet from a gun in Baldwin's hand.

Now it adds a new piece in the actor's troubled last year. In fact, Baldwin was sued for defamation by the family of Rylee McCollum, an American Marine killed last year in Kabul, Afghanistan. According to People Magazine, the soldier's sisters and widow sued Baldwin asking for $ 25 million in damages.

The actor, through postings on Instagram subsequently deleted, allegedly accused them of taking part in the assault of January 6, 2021 on Capitol Hill, when a group of Trump supporters forcibly entered the headquarters of the US Congress.

Baldwin, after the soldier's death, had searched Instagram for his family members, to whom he had sent 5 thousand dollars to be delivered to the marine's widow, Jiennah Crayton. At the beginning of 2022, after finding some photos taken by herself during the demonstrations on January 6, 2021 on Roice's social profile, Baldwin would have written to her privately to find out if she was the woman he had sent money to.

She would have told him that protesting is perfectly legal. However, the actor would not have liked the answer, who would later share the image on his Instagram profile. From there, the hatred of the actor's fans would be unleashed against the girl and the widow of the marine.

Meanwhile, regarding the investigation into the death of Rust's director of photography Halyna Hutchins, Aaron Dyer, Baldwin's attorney, said, “Alec did nothing wrong. Clearly he was told the gun was unloaded. The real question is: how did a loaded gun arrive on set?" Throughout his career, Alec Baldwin has received multiple awards and nominations including three Emmy Awards, eight Screen Actors Guild Awards, three Golden Globes, a Tony Award nomination for Best Lead Actor in a Play for his work on Broadway.

and an Aacademy Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for The Cooler. In addition, he has taken part in many famous movies, such as Beetlejuice, The Hunt for Red October, Pearl Harbor, The Aviator, Elizabethtown, The Departed, Blu Jasmine and BlacKkKlansman.

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