Boss Baby was certainly tailored made for Alec Baldwin. Baldwin voiced the main character in this fun animated movie about a suit-wearing baby sent to disable a diabolical plot from the Puppy Company to replace babies with puppies. The voice cast also included Steve Buscemi, Jimmy Kimmel, Lisa Kudrow, Tobey Maguire and Miles Bakshi. Show More Summary
If he leaves the show, can she take over?
The drama "Blind" stars Alec Baldwin as a novelist who was blinded in a car crash that also claimed the life of his wife. He rediscovers his passion for both life and writing when he... For more, visit our blog !
The 92nd Street Y’s 2017-18 season includes appearances by novelists, musicians, chefs and two American presidents (sort of).
EDITORS NOTE: Over the past two weeks, a controversy has been brewing over the casting of Alec Baldwin as a blind man in the Michael Mailer-directed indie Blind. Led by the Ruderman Foundation — a non-profit that advocates for the full...Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin recently earned a rare Best Supporting Actor Emmy nomination for his presidential performances on Saturday Night Live this past season (and he’ll keep that going next season), but the actor is staying under the NBC umbrella for another major production. Show More Summary
"You can't handle the truth!" Alec Baldwin will utter those immortal words in the upcoming live TV production of "A Few Good Men," Variety reports. Jack Nicholson played the intimidating Col. Nathan Jessep in the 1992 military thriller, yelling the quotable threat from the stand at Tom Cruise in a memorable scene. Show More Summary
NBC found success in recent years with the unexpectedly charming, undeniably wholesome The Wiz Live! and Hairspray Live! The natural next step? A live televised version of the Aaron Sorkin stage play that inspired his 1992 military drama A Few Good Men, of course. The network announced the project and ... More »
Alec Baldwin has been a frequent flyer on live television thanks to Saturday Night Live. Soon, however, he'll be appearing live in an entirely different TV project.
NBC is giving a high-profile gig to Alec Baldwin, casting the actor known for his Trump impersonations on “Saturday Night Live” in a key role in the network’s upcoming live presentation of “A Few Good Men.” Baldwin will play Col....
Alec Baldwin can handle the truth.
Alec Baldwin is set to star in NBC’s live version of the hit drama A Few Good Men in the role of Col. Nathan Jessep. The role of Jessep was made famous by Jack Nicholson in the 1992 film which also starred Tom Cruise and Demi Moore. “Alec Baldwin is the gift that keeps on [...]
Baldwin will play Col. Nathan Jessup, the role made famous by Jack Nicholson The post Alec Baldwin to Star in NBC’s A Few Good Men Live appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Emmy-winning actor will play the Guantanamo Bay military commander in live adaptation from Oscar winner Aaron Sorkin
Alec Baldwin and live television on NBC are becoming quite the thing now. Following his pouty-faced turn as president Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, Baldwin has joined NBC's upcoming live production of A Few Good Men, according to The Hollywood Reporter, marking the first major casting for the... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com A Few Good Men Alec Baldwin
You want Alec Baldwin to star in NBC’s live version of A Few Good Men? You can’t handle Alec Baldwin starring in NBC’s live version of A Few Good Men. Actually, it would probably be good if you can handle it, because it’s happening either way. Show More Summary
In 2018, we need Alec Baldwin on that wall. According to the Hollywood Reporter, Baldwin has been tapped to play Colonel Jessup in the live production of Aaron Sorkin’s A Few Good Men, which is set to air on NBC in the second quarter of 2018. Show More Summary
Alec Baldwin will play Col. Nathan Jessep — the role made famous by Jack Nicholson — in NBC's live production of A Few Good Men. He also will executive producer along with screenwriter Aaron Sorkin, Craig Zadan and Neil Meron. "AlecShow More Summary
The Aaron Sorkin live event is expected to air in the second quarter of 2018. read more