Dwayne Johnson has pledged to stop using real guns on the sets of his movies.
The Rock and his collaborators made their decision following the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins on the Alec Baldwin film Rust and will no longer use real firearms on projects from his Seven Bucks Productions company.
'Any movie we have moving forward with Seven Bucks Productions... anything we do or produce – we won't use real guns at all,' he told Variety at the premiere of his new action comedy film Red Notice in Los Angeles on Wednesday.
Moving forward: Dwayne Johnson has pledged to stop using real guns in his movies following the tragic death of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins; he is seen at the Red Notice premiere on Wednesday in Los Angeles
The 49-year-old star also told the media outlet about his plans for any future projects that involve guns or other projectiles.
'We're going to switch over the rubber guns, and we're going to take care of it in the post,' he said.
The performer added: 'We're not going to worry about the dollars, we won't worry about what it costs.'
Dwayne explained that he was left feeling 'heartbroken' following the tragedy last month when Baldwin accidentally shot Hutchins on the set of the Western that was filming in New Mexico.
Unfortunate circumstances: Dwayne explained that he was left feeling 'heartbroken' following the tragedy last month when Alec Baldwin accidentally shot Hutchins on the set of the Western in New Mexico
The Jumanji actor said: 'We lost a life. My heart goes out to her family and everybody on set. I've known Alec, too, for a very long time.'
The former WWE star recalled how he was quickly on the phone with his team following the incident to discuss what needed to be done to make his productions