You guys. Yesterday, February 23, 2014, was the greatest day ever. It was the greatest day of all time because both Piers Morgan and Alec Baldwin, the Lords of white male privilege, took a major step back from public life. Kind of.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Actor Alec Baldwin said New York City's tabloid media culture was forcing him to move out of town after a series of headline-grabbing incidents he was involved in last year, according to an article published on Monday.
Hot-headed actor Alec Baldwin is apparently no longer in a New York state of mind. He claims he is likely to move to Los Angeles with his wife and new daughter in part because of “predatory photographers and predatory videographers” that have changed public life. Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin appears on the latest cover of New York magazine with the headline "I Give Up." Inside the magazine, the actor opens up in a 5,284-word essay, as told to Joe Hagan, about everything he currently hates. And it's a lot. "This...Show More Summary
There are many takeaways one can gather from Alec Baldwin’s epic tell-all essay in New York Magazine: Shia LaBeouf is more difficult to work with than Richie Incognito. He really, really loathes the media. He may be moving out of New York City to a more “gated” community near Los Angeles. Anyone know of a [...]
Alec Baldwin tells the lengthy story of how he reached the decision to give up public life in New York, and in true Baldwin fashion, he doesn’t hold back. The actor, who was fired from MSNBC after he was caught on camera using anti-gay...Show More Summary
I think it’s safe to say, Alec Baldwin likes to take his issues to the extreme. Baldwin says he’s quitting […]
The latest installment in the saga of a brilliant comic actor felled by his extreme temper unfolds this week in New York Magazine. The “greatest actor in the world” has declared that he is now withdrawing from public life, and eschewing “show-business” for the artist’s life. I hope he finds happiness, really hope he can […]
New York Magazine is kicking off their new redesign with a cover story written by Alec Baldwin about how Alec Baldwin is sick and tired of this world—or at least New York—and this is his "good-bye to public life." [ more › ]
Alec Baldwin announced his exit from “public life” — but not acting — in a long New York magazine essay this week. Baldwin reflects on the past year of his life, which saw him accused of using several anti-gay slurs and losing his MSNBC talk show. In the diatribe against paparazzi and the changing face [...]
This week's issue of New York magazine features a cover story written (or "told") by Alec Baldwin. Reconfirming the fact that he's incapable of saying anything without sounding like an asshole, the essay reveals Baldwin's mostly scathing opinions on Rachel Maddow, Anderson Cooper, Shia LaBeouf, Tina Fey, the LGBT community, life in New York City, and more. Read more...
Alec Baldwin is exiting public life, via a 5,267-word piece in Vulture explaining his side of all the controversy that has swirled around him, particularly since November, when he was labeled a homophobe. (It should be noted that, while he insists he is no homophobe and denies using the...
Oh whoa, taking a page from Shia LaBeouf, eh? Alec Baldwin has pretty much decided that he's not famous anymore, not for a performance art piece, like his former co-star, but for, like, real. In a pretty lengthy essay for New York Magazine, Alec has declared that he's leaving the public spotlight and won't be discussing [...]
Here are Alec Baldwin's best slams from his goodbye to public life, ranked on the "30 Rock" scale of insults.
[Content Note: Guns; transphobia.]Piers Morgan, who is also the worst, will no longer be hosting his primetime CNN show. OH NOES! Alec Baldwin and Piers Morgan IN ONE DAY?! How will we all survive this national tragedy?! I hope President...Show More Summary
In case you've been sitting around wondering if Alec Baldwin has learned his lesson, I've got some bad news for you -- he hasn't. More » 18 Quotes From Alec Baldwin’s Essay Where He Tries To Play The Victim is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
(Well, kind of.)
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Attention, everyone! Alec Baldwin is leaving the public eye! In the Feb. 24 issue of New York Magazine, Alec Baldwin announced that he was withdrawing from public life, although not before this rambling, shambling, everything-under-the-sun interview made its way into the public eye. He had a great deal to say — about paparazzi, new media, […]
Embattled actor and former MSNBC host Alec Baldwin is creating some ripples in the pop-culture pond with his lengthy "Good bye, cruel world" essay (via dictation) for New York Magazine, but if those 5,000-plus words are too much for you to get through, Baldwin's problems can be boiled down to a single paragraph. Show More Summary