This sounds like a show we might actually watch: Alec Baldwin is developing a new TV series with NBC Productions in which he would play the "buffoonish" and/or "outlandish" mayor of New York City—a character much like the actual mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford, Deadline reports. Baldwin will also...
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Missing his life on the small screen, Alec Baldwin is ready to take on a new role with another NBC TV production. According to reports, the “30 Rock” star is set to portray a wild, Rob Ford-type mayor of New York City in the new series. Deadline...Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin has flirted with becoming a real mayor but, before that happens, he’s likely to become a fictional one. He is developing a television series where he’d play a Rob Ford-type mayor of New York City. Ford is the buffoonish Toronto, Ontario mayor who has had his troubles with the crack pipe and behaves outlandishly [...]
Alec Baldwin is developing a show with NBC Productions in which he is to play a blundering, Rob Ford-type mayor of New York City.
'Mission Impossible 5' will star Rebecca Ferguson (The White Queen) in a leading role, and Alec Baldwin is in talks to play the head of the CIA.
Alec Baldwin may have retired from public life, but he's certainly not out of the public image. Deadline reports that Baldwin is in talks for three new projects: a role in Mission Impossible: 5, a film with Will Smith about footballShow More Summary
Alec Baldwin is in talks to star in Christopher McQuarrie's Mission: Impossible 5, along with Swedish up-and-comer Rebecca Ferguson. In Mission: Impossible 5, written by Will Staples and Drew Pearce, Baldwin would play the head of the CIA, while Ferguson is set to play the female lead opposite Tom Cruise. Show More Summary
He may have retired from public life, but he certainly hasn't retired retired: According to Deadline, Alec Baldwin is negotiating to star alongside Tom Cruise in Mission: Impossible 5 as the head of the CIA, and is also in talks to join the cast of Peter Landesman's untitled football concussion project... More »
Alec Baldwin may have retired from public life, but that doesn't mean he's retiring from acting. The short-lived MSNBC host most recently appeared as a sleazy tabloid reporter on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, but he could have something even more scandalous up his sleeve for his next television role.
On the heels of the news earlier today that the film is courting Alec Baldwin to play the head of the CIA, Deadline has revealed that Rebecca Ferguson is set to play the female lead in Christopher McQuarrie's Mission: Impossible V.
It’sbeenabout18monthssinceAlecBaldwinalmostsailedoffinthatboatintheseriesfinaleof30Rock.Sincethen,he’sbeenspendinghistimekickingbackandrelaxingandlosinganMSNBCshow forscreamingslursatthepaparazzi.Youknow,Baldwinstuff.Butnowitappearshemaybegettingbackintotheswingofthings,asDeadlinereports...Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin will play a high-ranking CIA officer in Tom Cruise's 'Mission: Impossible 5', while 'The White Queen' star Rebecca Ferguson is the top choice for the female lead. [...]
If you've read the tabloids in the last year, you'd notice that Alec Baldwin has not been the media's sweetheart. And that's too bad, because the guy is constantly bringing it at a whole other level now that he's transitioned from leading man to character actor. Show More Summary
Rebecca Ferguson has signed onto play the female lead in MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5, directed by Christopher McQuarrie and starring Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, and maybe Simon Pegg, Ving Rhames, and Alec Baldwin. Read the full article on AICN Called...Show More Summary
The best thing Alec Baldwin has done in the past decade (besides The Departed) is undoubtedly his Emmy winning role as Jack Donaghy on the NBC comedy series "30 Rock" where he played the NBC and General Electric executive with unwavering confidence, swagger and hilarity. Show More Summary
According to Deadline, producers may soon be hiding cameras in stuffed animals to surreptitiously capture the movements of Alec Baldwin on two new movie projects. Baldwin is reportedly in talks to join Will Smith in Peter Landesman’s...Show More Summary
Mission: Impossible 5 will be bringing back several familiar faces including Tom Cruise, Jeremy Renner, and Simon Pegg, but naturally it’ll introduce some new names as well. One of those will be Alec Baldwin, who’s now in talks to join the Chris McQuarrie-directed film. Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin in talks to join MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 5, directed by Christopher McQuarrie and starring Tom Cruise Read the full article on AICN It looks as if Alec Baldwin will be following in the footsteps of Jon Voight, Anthony Hopkins,...Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin has two potential major big screen roles on his plate as Variety reports that he's in talks to star in both Christopher McQuarrie's Mission: Impossible V as well as Peter Landesman's untitled film about NFL concussions, already slated for Will Smith to headline.