The workers had been complaining about the fact they had to stay overnight in Albuquerque - an hour's drive from the set - and not Sante Fe because production wouldn't pay for their hotels, according to sources cited by The Los Angeles Times and multiple social media posts by film and TV insiders. When they turned up to set to clear their things on Thursday, they found they'd been replaced by locals. It begs the question of who those local workers were, what their training was and to what extent did they check the weapon before handing it to Baldwin, loaded with a live round. Deadline also cites an unnamed source who said a gun had gone off 'in a cabin' while someone was holding it in a cabin. 'A gun had two misfires in a closed cabin. They just fired loud pops - a person was just holding it in their hands and it went off,' they said.
Censored! Students at Washington & Lee University in Virginia are BANNED from passing out flyers for Republican gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin
Republican students at Washington & Lee University (pictured) in Virginia are fighting back after they were banned from displaying campaign material in support of gubernatorial candidate Glenn Youngkin. (far right inset) The club was told by Director of Student Activities Kelsey Goodwin that their display violated university policy and to remove all endorsement material. Goodwin said because the university is a tax-exempt organization, the school could not endorse political figures.(College Republicans President Lillian Gillespie left inset)
'Thanks for the publicity, Boomer': Meghan McCain THANKS Trump for attacking her as a 'lowlife' after she called Ivanka and Jared 'funeral crashers' for attending her father's memorial against his wishes
Meghan McCain turned the tables on Donald Trump on Friday, thanking him for his furious attack calling her a 'lowlife' after she had called his daughter and husband 'funeral crashers' in her new book. 'I'd like to thank former President Trump for encouraging everyone to buy my Audible book Bad Republican where they can hear my story in my words,' she said. The exchanges are the latest instalment in a bitter family feud that saw Trump repeatedly ridicule McCain's father, John McCain, the six-term Republican senator and two-time presidential candidate who died in 2018.
Amanda Knox, 34, has given birth to a baby girl named Eureka! Baby was born 'months ago' but arrival was kept a secret because her mother was worried about the paparazzi
Amanda Knox gave birth to a daughter, Eureka Muse Knox-Robinson, several months ago, she has revealed. The Seattle-based 34-year-old deliberately deceived her podcast listeners, she said, in a bid to keep her daughter's arrival a secret. Knox said she did not want a media frenzy about the child's birth. Knox and her husband, a poet and author she married last year, live on an island off Seattle and are currently producing their own podcast, Labyrinths. They are also considering a new memoir, and trying to sell a film adaptation of her 2013 book, Waiting to Be Heard. Knox was convicted in 2007 of the murder of Meredith Kercher, a British exchange student, in Italy and spent four years in prison but had her conviction overturned on appeal.
Owners of Rhode Island nightclub where 100 people died in inferno caused by band's pyrotechnics - break silence after nearly 20 YEARS and say 'sound foam' installed in club was actually 'cheap packing foam' that helped fire spread
Jeffrey and Michael Derderian (upper right) claim that 'sound foam' installed in West Warwick club was actually 'cheap packing foam' that helped the deadly fire spread, causing 100 deaths and over 200 injuries, the brothers said in their first public interview on the incident with 48 Hours. 'We wanted the full story to come out, not just some of it, and that for people who want to, come to their own conclusion on what happened that night,' Jeffrey Derderian told 48 Hours ' Jim Axelrod, a three-minute snippet of which was released on Thursday. 'We understand the enormity of what happened. People suffered enormously,' Jeffrey told the Boston Globe in a separate interview prior to the premiere of their upcoming 48 Hours segment. 'We don't want sympathy, but it never leaves us.' Back on February 20, 2003, the nightclub was packed for a Great White concert, when a pyrotechnical mishap caused a massive fire as trapped patrons scrambled to exit the fully-engulfed venue. One of the fireworks ignited soundproofing foam on the club's walls and ceiling, which then burst into flames before filling the nightclub with toxic smoke as the venue continued to burn.
Chris Laundrie is spotted taking in groceries and flowers one day after police confirmed human remains found in Florida swamp belonged to his fugitive son
There was a flurry of activity the parents' North Port property on Friday, with Chris emerging from the house for the first time to receive the deliveries. Chris Laundrie, with most of his face obscured by a baseball hat and a mask, was spotted just before 1pm on Friday receiving a Publix Supermarket grocery delivery order to his doorstep. The delivery person carried a few plastic bags up to the screened patio door where she was met by Laundrie, who cracked the door open to receive the items that included milk, eggs, dish detergent and a frozen dinner meal.
'You are right, brother': Kamala agrees with heckler at speech in the Bronx who shouted that eight families drowned in NY floods due to poor infrastructure - before Secret Service escort him out
She was discussing President Joe Biden's Build Back Better agenda and its impact on climate change when the heckler, 23-year-old Jose Vega, pointed out that earlier action could have possibly mitigated the devastating effects of flash floods the city saw during Hurricane Ida. He confirmed his identity to DailyMail.com, and said: 'People aren't drowning because of global warming in Queens. They are drowning because of illegal apartments in Queens.' Also in attendance at Harris' speech were prominent New York Democrats Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Mayor Bill De Blasio and Governor Kathy Hochul.
Biden loses more support than ANY other president since WWII: Approval ratings in his first nine months nosedive by 11% as independents abandon him and just 42% of Americans think he's doing a good job
Joe Biden has disappointed Americans more than any other president since World War II has at this point in their term, a new Gallup poll released Friday appears to show. The newest data come from a survey taken from October 1 - 19 and compares Biden's average approval rating across the first three quarters of his term against every president since Dwight Eisenhower. Biden lost a whopping 11. 3 percentage points from his first quarter approval of 56 percent to an average of 44.7 percent at the end of the three months spanning late July through October. His former boss Barack Obama saw the second-largest dip in average approval, losing 10.1 percent from his first through third quarters. Donald Trump, the only post-WWII president whose approval rating is lower than Biden's at this point, saw a smaller drop of just 4.4 percent after having started with low expectations. Independents appear to be driving down Biden's favorability the most, from 61 percent approval at the beginning of February to just 34 percent in October.
Humiliation for Biden as White House walks back his town hall words: President does NOT have the power to mobilize National Guard to fix shortages and he mis-stated policy with vow to defend Taiwan from China, spokesman says
The White House has walked back a number of remarks President Biden made in a CNN town hall Thursday night. A White House official said that the Biden administration is 'not actively pursuing the use of the National Guard on a federal level.' 'Requesting the use of the National Guard at the state level is under the purview of governors,' the official clarified. 'The answer is yes,' the president said, asked if he would send in the guard to alleviate supply chain issues that are leading to product shortages and rampant inflation. 'Absolutely, positively,' he added.
17-year-old calls out the ADULT women who shamed her for her homecoming dress on Facebook after they claimed her outfit was 'trashy' and she was asking to 'get raped'
Grace Brumfield, a junior at a high school in Alabama, shared a TikTok video featuring her homecoming photos and the comments she received. The teen, whose look was inspired by Princess Diana's revenge dress, posed for photos with her boyfriend, Zach, in a field of sunflowers ahead of the dance. She explained that her boyfriend's mom shared the images on an open Facebook group, which led to a number of shaming comments from strangers. One woman insisted Brumfield's dress was 'inappropriate,' and she was asking to 'get raped' based on the way she was dressed. Others claimed it was 'trashy' and insinuated she looked like an escort.
Unvaccinated Tennessee woman, 36, who caught COVID-19 during her pregnancy and had to give birth prematurely dies of the virus
Amanda Perry (left), 36, of Dickson County, Tennessee was 32 months pregnant when she contracted COVID-19. She was quickly taken to a hospital, and she required an C-section due to her condition and gave birth to her son, Nolan (right). Unfortunately, after a month's long battle with the virus, Perry died on Monday. She is survived be her husband, Billy, three children, three step-children and her mother.
CDC chief says agency 'may need to update' the definition of fully vaccinated to include COVID-19 booster shots
Dr Rochelle Walensky (right) said Friday that the definition of 'fully vaccinated' could change in the future. Her comment comes in the wake of COVID-19 vaccine boosters becoming more widely available after clearing regulatory hurdles this week (bottom left). Right now, receiving the initial vaccine series of two-shots of the Pfizer or Moderna jabs or one shot of the J&J are enough to classify someone as 'fully vaccinated'. Now that boosters are available to a large portion of Americans, though, the definition could change.
Emma Radacanu is a smash hit in Tatler's Little Black Book - as she is named one of Britain's 'hottest dates'
She's already proved herself on the tennis court. Now Britain's Emma Raducanu has claimed another victory. The 18-year-old has topped Tatler's Little Black Book list of the 200 'hottest dates in the land'. Others in the top ten include the Duke of Westminster; inset in the grey suit top, Lady Lola Bute, centre right, daughter of the late racing driver the Marquess of Bute; Bridgerton's Rege-Jean Page; David Beckham's model son Romeo; bottom right, and Prince Edward's daughter Lady Louise Windsor, top right. The magazine says Raducanu fans should 'brush up on your Mandarin (she's fluent); work on your love game (she's the hottest thing in tennis); and remember diamonds are for ever (she's partial to Tiffany)'. Miss Raducanu is an ambassador for the jeweller.
Bosom Buddies star and Emmy award winning actor Peter Scolari has passed at the age of 66 following a two year long battle with cancer. His manager, Ellen Lubin Sanitsky at Wright Entertainment, confirmed his death, according to Variety. Scolari, who died Friday morning, starred opposite Tom Hanks in the cancelled comedy show Bosom Buddies, which saw the two actors play men dressing in drag in order to live in an affordable, women-only property.
How can Hollywood bad boy survive this grim tragedy? Alec Baldwin is for once felled by a disaster which is not at all of his own making, writes ALISON BOSHOFF
ALISON BOSHOFF: For once, Alec Baldwin has been felled by a disaster which is not at all of his own making. Who knows how awful he must be feeling after what appears to have been a terrible accident, resulting in the death of one colleague and the wounding of another. There is nothing to suggest that the actor, 63, was in any way at fault - but this is not the first time he has been caught up in a controversy.
Inconsolable Alec Baldwin says his 'heart is broken' after accidentally killing female cinematographer and wounding director with ONE bullet from 'prop gun loaded with LIVE rounds' on set of Western movie Rust
A movie prop masters union has told members it was a live round and not a blank that Alec Baldwin fired at a female cinematographer on Thursday in New Mexico, killing her and wounding the movie's director in a tragic on-set accident. Halyna Hutchins, 42, died shortly after being shot by Baldwin around 1.50pm Thursday at Bonanza Creek Ranch, near the city of Santa Fe in New Mexico, where they were filming the movie Rust. Joel Souza, 48, the film's director, was also hurt and spent several hours in hospital, but was released later the same evening. Police have disclosed few details about the shooting, saying only that a 'projectile' was fired by a 'prop gun' and they are investigating, and the movie production insisted that only blanks were used.
From a parking spot brawl and homophobic slurs to battles with anger management, drink and drugs: How movie set shooting tragedy is latest dramatic episode to hit Alec Baldwin's turbulent career
Behind the glamour Alec Baldwin's 41-year acting career has been marked by brawls with paparazzi and homophobic slurs as well as battles with anger management, drink and drugs.
The last messages from Hitler's bunker: Telegram from Fuhrer's private secretary Martin Bormann telling his family 'things are screwed here, chief will remain no matter what' is revealed 76 years after French soldier took it as souvenir
Historians Xavier Aiolfi and Paul Villatoux have combed through dozens of papers sent from the bunker (pictured inset right) in Berlin as Soviet forces encircled the German capital in April 1945, including Hitler's futile orders commanding his soldiers come to the rescue of Berlin (pictured left). In one telegram, Hitler's private secretary Martin Bormann admits: 'Things are screwed here', while in another, head of the Gestapo and Nazi armed forces Herman Goring attempts to take advantage of the chaos and assume control of the Third Reich. A poignant drawing of colourful flowers and insects by Bormann's daughter, Eike, was also salvaged (pictured right). Hitler killed himself in April 1945 (body pictured inset left).
'We're not lava louts': Bodybuilder, 33, who took selfies on erupting volcano with three friends claims they were on a mercy mission after seeing calls to save pets
A personal trainer who was one of four Britons caught breaching police checkpoints to take selfies near the erupting volcano on La Palma has revealed they were trying to save stranded dogs. Seb Jones (left), 33, told MailOnline he and his muscled friends Andy Flavell, Tom Whaite and Zack Hurley, responded to social media campaigns to rescue the animals trapped near the flowing lava and rushed to save them. But their apparent mercy mission was thwarted when falling ash and smoke started to burn and suffocate the would-be rescuers and they failed to see a single dog before they were intercepted by police. The intrepid explorers now face possible court action for putting their lives and those of the security services at risk according to local media.
Victoria's Secret model Erin Heatherton claims 'nutritionist to the stars' put her on 'bathwater meth' diet pills and artificial hormone injections after brand 'told her she had to lose weight'
Speaking in an upcoming episode of the Fallen Angel podcast, Erin, 32, from Illinois said that 'things went south' when she naturally started to gain weight at the age of 25. In a desperate bid to lose weight, the Illinois-born model visited a 'nutritionist to the stars', who suggested she take appetite suppressants which she compared to 'bathwater meth'. She quit the brand in 2013, suffering from depression.
Selling Sunset's Heather Rae Young is a beaming bride-to-be in a 'Mrs. El Moussa' jacket as she and Tarek kick off their wedding weekend at Santa Barbara winery
Heather Rae Young and Tarek El Moussa kicked off their long-awaited wedding weekend on Friday with a rehearsal at the Paradise Springs winery in picturesque Santa Barbara.The Selling Sunset beauty, 34, and the Flip Or Flop star, 40, were seen beaming at each other and packing on PDA surrounded by their loved ones, just one day ahead of saying 'I do.'As the pair decided to televise their nuptials in a December Discovery+ special called Tarek and Heather The Big I Do, camera crews were seen filming while they gathered amongst friends and family.
Paul Walker's daughter Meadow is MARRIED! Model, 22, ties the knot with actor Louis Thorton-Allan - and is walked down the aisle by Vin Diesel - eight years on from her father's death
Paul Walker's daughter Meadow has tied the knot with actor Louis Thorton-Allan less than three months after announcing their engagement. Walker, 22, announced the wedding on Friday with a black-and-white video of her beachside wedding, where she was walked down the aisle by Vin Diesel, according to TMZ. 'we're married !!!!' the newlywed captioned the video.
Monochrome magic! Sarah Ferguson looks effortlessly chic in a houndstooth blazer and black dress as she attends Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival to discuss her novel, Her Heart For A Compass
Sarah Ferguson (pictured, left and right), 62, cut a stylish figure as she attended the Raworths Harrogate Literature Festival on Friday. The literary festival, which is a four-day event, will welcome Costa Book Award Winner Monique Roffey, war reporters and leading political figures including ex-labour leader Ed Miliband, as they bring their stories to life on the Harrogate stage.
PICTURED: Globe-trotting California woman, 25, who was one of five tourists killed in Tulum bar shooting
A 25-year-old California resident who shared her globe-trotting experiences on social media was among the two women shot dead when gunmen chasing a drug dealer opened fire as she celebrated her upcoming birthday at a bar in Tulum, Mexico. Anjali Ryot, of San Jose, was at the La Malquerida bar late Wednesday night when she and Jennifer Henzold, of Germany, were trapped in the middle of a dispute between the assailants and a rival drug dealer. Ryot was declared dead at the scene by paramedics. Henzold was rushed to an area hospital, where she died.
The real life Jetsons! Start-up develops a $92,000 flying vehicle dubbed Jetson One that 'anyone can own and fly'
The all electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft was launched this month, three years after the firm released a 'proof of concept' prototype in 2018. The single-seat 'built at home' kit-copter can zoom along at 63mph thanks to its lightweight aluminium and carbon fibre frame and 118 horesepower engine.
RICHARD KAY: Half-truths, evasions and a dangerous strategy over the Queen's 'secret' hospital stay that risks eroding a sacred trust
RICHARD KAY: After a night in a London hospital for what Buckingham Palace described as 'preliminary investigations', the Queen was allowed to recuperate at home at Windsor Castle. As is customary in royal medical bulletins, the palace statement was scant on detail, with no information at all about the nature of the complaint that necessitated her admission to the private King Edward VII's Hospital in the first place.
Celebrity bling that's truly gob-smacking: Like Angelina Jolie and her metal 'chin cuff', stars are putting their money where their mouth is... but how much are they suffering for their style?
Turning heads - and possibly a few stomachs - US-born Angelina Jolie did what she does best, shocking onlookers by wearing a metal chin cuff to the premiere of her latest film. Hooked inside her lower lip and running down to beneath her chin, the 14-carat-gold gobsmacker was an unexpected addition to Angelina's otherwise understated outfit. But it's not the first time she has paraded an unusual adornment. This is the woman, after all, whose idea of marital devotion was to wear a vial of her second husband Billy Bob Thornton's blood around her neck. So is this a weird but wonderful new direction for jewellery design, or just an oddity chosen to attract maximum publicity for Angelina's new movie, Eternals?
A UFO storm cell, making friends with a sea lion and relaxing with a whale: The incredible winning images of the Siena International Photo Awards 2021
The Siena International Photo Awards has a deserved reputation for consistently showcasing breathtaking photography. And this year's winners and commended entries keep the standard up. Turkish photographer Mehmet Aslan was declared the overall winner with an 'emotionally strong' image of a father who had lost a leg in a bomb blast holding his son, who was born without lower or upper limbs due to a congenital disorder. The photo was selected from tens of thousands of images submitted by photographers from 163 countries. The winners will be on display in Siena from Saturday, October 23, at the Siena Awards Festival. Here is MailOnline Travel's pick of the top entries...
Woman claims she found her FATHER on a sugar daddy dating website - and he 'blocked her' and never spoke about it after she sent him a message
Ava Louise, 22, shared the very uncomfortable experience on TikTok, where her video has been viewed nearly a million times. She shared her disgusted reaction to seeing her father on the site she uses to find men to buy her things. Ava sent him a message reading 'hi dad' because he 'doesn't answer my texts'; instead, he blocked her and never spoke about the incident. When Ava told her mother, her father bought her a Cartier watch. Ava previously spoke about how she doesn't have sex with her sugar daddies but makes them feel important. Last year, she went viral for licking an airplane toilet seat and calling it the 'coronavirus challenge.'
Preemie baby born at 25 weeks after his mother was viciously stabbed in a random attack finally comes home from the hospital after FIVE MONTHS and multiple surgeries
Valerie Kasper, 34, was walking in Atlanta, Georgia with her three-year-old son in June when the man stabbed her multiple times. She required an emergency C-section, and Theodore Jude was born at 25 weeks gestation weighing only two pounds. Kasper required multiple surgeries and is still in a lot of pain. Theodore needed four surgeries of his own and spent five months in the NICU before getting released on October 8. He still requires oxygen, a feeding tube, medication, and a heart monitor, as well as frequent doctor's appointments. Christopher Jones, 30, who was arrested for the attack, is thought by police to be mentally ill and has been indicted on multiple charges.
London's gateway to the world: Rarely-seen images capture 19th century life in the city's docks, when 'knocker-uppers' fired peas at dockers' windows to wake them up and shipments of exotic animals arrived from across the globe
The images are on display in the new London: Port City exhibition, which opens today at the Museum of London. One image (top left), which was taken in Limehouse, East London, shows the then well-known Mrs Mary Smith carrying out her work as a knocker upper: someone who earned money waking up industrial workers so they got to their shifts on time. Also seen is one of a little girl tentatively holding a lizard (top right) which has just arrived in a shipment of reptiles at Tilbury Docks, in Essex. A third photo (bottom left), taken in 1933, shows a man in a smart shirt and tie proudly holding up two enormous sponges from the Mediterranean which he is looking to sell the Port of London Authority (PLA)'s Cutler Street warehouse. At Surrey Docks, in Rotherhithe, south-east London, diver Alfred Yates (bottom right) is seen in 1930 preparing to put on his metal helmet before going underwater to carry out repairs. Inset: The Pool of London, around 1927
Florida's magic (even without the Magic Kingdom): Forget rollercoasters - the Sunshine State is bursting with attractions, from the Art Deco splendour of Miami to the sparkling waters of Key West... and even a singing cowboy or two
Do you think of Florida as just one big theme park? Think again. With secret islands and sweeping expanses of wilderness, it's a place where you can really get back to nature, and where you're more likely to see a pelican or heron than a cartoon duck. Not only that, the Sunshine State has a wealth of historic towns and cultural cities, and miles of sandy shores. And as UK tourists are allowed to return from next month, it makes the perfect place for winter sun. Pictured: Seven Mile Bridge (top left), Captiva Island (top right), Alligator Alley (bottom right), Sarasota (bottom left), and Crystal River (inset).
Moment 'judo giraffe' floors older rival with a martial arts-style 'throw' as they battle over a female in South Africa
A giraffe was filmed using an unusual martial arts-style 'throw' against a rival, in a battle over a female at Kariega Game Reserve in South Africa. The footage, recorded in 2018 but only recently circulated on social media, shows one of the not-so-gentle giants toppling to the arid earth, after having its leg pulled out from under it by a younger competitor. Wayne Howarth, 31, who has worked as a tour guide at Kariega for 11 years, said he had never seen giraffes use the manoeuvre in a fight before. The downed giraffe got back to its feet and shuffled away with only its pride damaged.
Mosaic floors from the 1,500-year-old lost 'Church of the Apostles' built over the homes of Jesus' disciples Peter and Andrew are discovered in Israel
The stunning mosaic flooring was designed with tiny yellow, red and orange tiles and includes inscriptions written in ancient Greek. The Church of the Apostles was destroyed in 725 AD by a hurricane. Archaeologists believe they found the ruins in 2019 and recently found mosaic flooring that suggests it was a church of importance - the text talks about the structure being renovated. Not only could the find prove the existence of the legendary church, but it would lead the team to the location of the home of Jesus' famed apostles Peter (right bottom) and Andrew (left bottom) - the Church of the Apostles was said to have been built atop of their residence.