Getting a jump start on the busy work week, Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin reported for duty on the New York City set of "Still Alice" on Monday morning (March 3). The "30 Rock" star and his "Non-Stop" co-star seemed to be in good spirits...Show More Summary
Ouch! Stop the hitting and the biting (Parents.com) What are Disney princesses really teaching our kids about love (Your Tango) What Alec Baldwin and my kids have in common (Babble) The great contradiction of parenting (Huffpost Parents)...Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin, Drama Queen by Michelle Malkin Creators Syndicate Copyright 2014 Bad boy-turned-bellyacher Alec Baldwin threw a 5,000-word, seven-page pity party for himself in the entertainment media he says he abhors. Hey, what better way for a Hollywood narcissist to protest the attention-starved shallowness of celebrity life than to wallow in it to the bitter […]
Victoria Beckham was looking chic in France for Paris Fashion Week. It was a BUSY week in Hollywood and among celebs! Alec Baldwin stunned us all at the beginning of the week with the announcement that he’s leaving public life and his (formerly beloved) NYC. We were still reeling from the news Brooke Burke-Charvet was […]
Mayor Murray Brings Dead Man Back to Life: Oh my God. Every Cake Has Two Sides: Dan Savage on the bakery discrimination issue. Every Story Doesn't Need Both Sides: If one of the sides is a terrible bigot. Bare Minimum: Tim Keck says there must be a way to raise the minimum wage and keep small, independent businesses alive. Show More Summary
There have been plenty of analogies made between Piers Morgan and Alec Baldwin over the past week, but there is one major difference between the two men: Morgan "loves" TMZ. At least that's what the soon-to-be-former CNN prime time host told one of that website's correspondents when he approached him on the streets of New York Thursday night.
Here’s a look at the FishbowlNY posts that made the most buzz this week. 1) Here are all the Media People Alec Baldwin Bashed in New York Piece 2) Paula Deen: I’m Just Like ‘That Black Football Player’ 3) Daryl Hall Racks up 65th House...Show More Summary
A First Lady is stopping by for a visit on Parks and Recreation. And Law and Order: SVU is getting ready for a big episode featuring both Alec Baldwin and Katie Couric. Read on to find out all the details, including casting news for The Good Wife (which politician is making a guest appearance?), Girl Meets World, Under the Dome, Mike and Molly and The Crazy Ones.
Alec Baldwin on the set of Law & Order: SVU in New York this morning. Posted without commentary. Photos: INFphotoRead More...
After their dramatic declarations and forays into performance art, it would only make sense that Alec Baldwin and Shia LaBeouf would launch a 48-city farewell tour -- you know, so people will leave them alone. Watch the video above to...Show More Summary
Last week, Ted Nugent went on the radio and sorta-maybe-not-necessarily apologized to President Obama for calling him a “subhuman mongrel.” In this week’s New York magazine, Alec Baldwin, having apologized previously for outbursts offensive...Show More Summary
1. "Alec Baldwin: Good-bye, Public Life": At Vulture, acclaimed actor Alec Baldwin has had enough with contemporary media. As a result, he's wishing it away with one final note to the public. "I’ve read where a number of people have felt that 2013 was a shitty year. Show More Summary
We live in an age when celebrities like Alec Baldwin and Shia LaBeouf are casting off the shackles of fame and attempting to return to a life away from the public eye. We should applaud their efforts while we can because it’s tough to just leave the limelight when you’re at the top of your game.
Making good on his vow to walk away from public life, Alec Baldwin just backed out of plans to participate in a panel with Gawker. An event to discuss celebrity journalism at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism wasShow More Summary
Well, that sure was quick! After releasing his epic rant against journalism and how he wants to retire from public life, Alec Baldwin is set to have a guest role on an upcoming episode of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit! How inneresting! The best part is that Alec will be playing a New York [...]
If there are two things we can glean from Alec Baldwin‘s little whine-fest of a New York Magazine article, it’s that he’s not a homophobe (he just talks and acts like one) and that he really, really, really hates the media with a cold, blood-thirsty passion. So of course, Law & Order: SVU being theMORE
Alec Baldwin did more than burn professional bridges in his recent rant at New York Magazine. The combustible actor also blasted various sections of the press, from Anderson Cooper to the team at Breitbart News. Now, Baldwin is returning to television in a role that seems an odd fit given his views. Show More Summary
Making good on his recent vow to disappear from public life, Alec Baldwin is going to a secluded spot where no one will see him: NBC, where the actor-no-longer will appear on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. News of his appearance...Show More Summary
The contrarian parlor game of the week is to kinda-sorta agree with actor Alec Baldwin's "Good-bye, cruel world" rant in New York Magazine, a 5,000-plus-word screed that was as self-serving as it was self-contradicting. On popular web...Show More Summary
Post by Linda Sharps. Hey, remember when Alec Baldwin posted a giant angry letter in New York Magazine titled, "Goodbye, Public Life" in which he ranted about everything from the "Gay Department of Justice" (which he followed up by referring...Show More Summary