The footage shows Baldwin handling and firing a gun on the set of Rust, days before the fatal shooting of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins
In the video, obtained by NBC News and shared Thursday, the 65-year-old actor can be seen handling and firing a gun while filming scenes.
At one point, Baldwin is shown lying on the ground and says to someone behind the camera, "Now wait a second, I'm gonna shoot right — do you wanna go on the other side of the camera? I don't wanna shoot toward you."
"I don't know why you're going up hills and all this other — you're gonna break your f---in' neck," the actor says in another bit of footage, speaking once again to an off-camera individual.
An attorney for Baldwin did not immediately provide a comment when reached by PEOPLE on Thursday.
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Baldwin, the star and producer of Rust, was on the New Mexico set of the Western in October 2021 when a prop gun he was holding discharged, killing Hutchins, 42, and injuring director Joel Souza.
The actor has said he did not know the gun mistakenly contained a live bullet, and said he did not pull the trigger.
After a lengthy investigation, prosecutors accused Baldwin of “extremely reckless acts” when they charged him and movie armorer Hannah Gutierrez-Reed on Jan. 31, 2023. Gutierrez-Reed, who has pled not guilty, is set to stand trial in February.
Special prosecutors in New Mexico announced last month they intend to present a Santa Fe grand jury their case against Baldwin, whom they believe to be responsible for the fatal shooting of Hutchins and injury of Souza, 50, on set.
The case will be presented by mid January, according to a press release, which stated, "The grand jury will determine whether probable cause exists to bind Baldwin over on criminal charges."
If convicted, the Emmy-winning actor could face up to 18 months in prison.
“After extensive investigation over the past several months, additional facts have come to light that we believe show Mr. Baldwin has criminal culpability in the death of Halyna Hutchins and the shooting of Joel Souza,” said Special Prosecutors Kari Morrissey and Jason Lewis.
“We believe the appropriate course of action is to permit a panel of New Mexico citizens to determine from here whether Mr. Baldwin should be held over for criminal trial.”
Baldwin's attorneys Luke Nikas and Alex Spiro of Quinn Emanuel told PEOPLE in October, "It is unfortunate that a terrible tragedy has been turned into this misguided prosecution. We will answer any charges in court."
Morrissey and Lewis dismissed an involuntary manslaughter charge against Baldwin in April, citing “new facts” in the case. But they said at the time they reserved the right to re-charge him.
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