The star got off easy, by promising to stay out of trouble for the next half year.
Alec Baldwin was in court on Tuesday, facing charges of disorderly conduct for an incident back in May, when he confronted a couple of cops, after riding his bike the wrong way in the traffic on Fifth Avenue. According to TMZ, Baldwin had not toned down his act for the courtroom. During the proceedings, he reportedly referred to NYC as “an unmanaged carnival of stupidity.”
Looks like Baldwin is off the hook for his New York mishap.
Despite his outburst, Baldwin might end up on the winning end of the trial, after he said in court that he’d rather pay a fine than apologize for berating the police officers.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin (Mostly) Off The Hook On Disorderly Conduct Charges
Stritch will be missed by friends, family and fans, who just loved to watch her go.
Elaine Stritch, the Broadway star and all-round kick-ass lady, passed away on Thursday at the age of 89. Stritch was known for her long and storied Broadway career. Stritch started her Broadway career with Loco in 1946, but was only given minor and understudy roles for several years before having getting what would turn out to be her big break with Noel Coward’s Sail Away in 1961. She was originally cast as the leading lady’s understudy, but replaced her full time, when it turned out that the other actress’ voice was too operatic for the part.
The actress is survived by seven nieces and nephews and their families.
Since then, Stritch has been dropping truth bombs on stage, film and television. Her best known recent stage work was at the New York Public Theater in 2001 and on Broadway in 2002 with Elaine Stritch on Liberty – a one-woman show, which received rave reviews and earned the Tony for Best Special Theatrical Event. TV fans may recognize her as the the sharp-tongued mother of Alec Baldwin’s Jack Donaghy. She won her third Emmy award for that one.
Continue reading: Remembering Elaine Stritch - Actress, Comedian, Modern Day Rebel
Sandra Bullock's stalker allegedly had a notebook filled with pictures of the actress and writings suggesting he had been watching her house for days before he broke into her Hollywood home. Bullock was awoken on 8th June to discover a man outside her bedroom door and recently obtained documents show the extent of Joshua Corbett's obsession with the 'Gravity' actress.
A series of search warrants obtained by a US entertainment website detail the terrifying encounter actress Sandra Bullock endured when a stalker broke into her house at the beginning of June.
Sandra Bullock discovered her stalker outside her bedroom door in June.
The ADL responds: this fight is far from over
Once you get involved in a Hollywood scandal, it’s not easy to pull yourself out - Gary Oldman is finding this out the hard way. After his controversial interview in Playboy, wherein he criticised Hollywood’s “political correctness gone mad” and stood by Alec Baldwin and Mel Gibson for their racist and homophobic remarks. A choice quote from the interview: “I don’t know about Mel. He got drunk and said a few things, but we’ve all said those things. We’re all fucking hypocrites. That’s what I think about it.”
The Anti-Defamation League came down hard on Oldman's comments.
He then went on to use the same slurs that Gibson and Baldwin got busted for. Oldman later issued an apology of the “sorry you were offended” variety.
Alec Baldwin's in trouble again. But how does his recent outburst fare against some of his previous Baldwin-esque escapades?
We keep trying to stick up for Alec Baldwin, but dude just keeps fluffing it up! Baldwin was arrested on Tuesday for riding his bicycle the wrong direction down a one-way street in New York City. Sounds sensible. On top of that (and probably our favourite part), he was doing so while behaving “in a violent, threatening manner” toward the police.
Alec Baldwin, pictured with his wife Hilaria, was arrested for riding his bike against traffic in NYC
There’s no report of Baldwin being under the influence while behaving in this particularly odd manner (also it was 10am in the morning), so we can assume that his thought process was thus: “I AM ALEC BALDWIN.” By imagining that’s pretty much all that he ever thinks in a repetitive and forcefully self-assured manner is how we regularly accept his Baldwin-esque behaviour.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin And The Bike Fiasco Vs. Other Baldwin-esque Outbursts
The incident lead to another one of Baldwin's trademark Twitter rants.
Why, Alec Baldwin? Just why? In another Baldwin story that might get your weirdness senses tingling, the controversial actor has been arrested in New York for illegal biking. As in a real bike – handlebars, gears, pedals, etc. According to TMZ, which was first to report the story, Baldwinwas detained in New York City Tuesday morning after riding his bike the wrong way on Fifth Avenue and 16th street. Apparently, his arrest was due, at least in part, to the fact that he didn’t have his ID on him at the time.
Alec and Hilaria Baldwin have been keeping a low profile since his outburst last summer.
Baldwin was then taken to the police station and was later issued a ticket for disorderly conduct, which was apparently prompted by his hostility to the police officers. The story could have ended there, but this is Alec Baldwin, so of course, it didn’t. Baldwin, who took a break from Twitter back in 2013 and deleted his personal account, took to his Alec Baldwin Foundation twitter to air his opinion.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Makes Grand Return To Twitter After New York Arrest
Piers Morgan has criticised the US government for quailing under pressure from the gun lobby. Morgan delivered an impassioned speech on the last episode of his CNN show 'Piers Morgan Live'.
Piers Morgan ended his three year run on his CNN talk show Piers Morgan Live on Friday (28th March) with a plea to the US government to change "the absurd gun laws".Morgan's show was cancelled following low ratings and possibly his involvement in the phone hacking scandal, nevertheless he left the show on a somewhat controversial note.
Morgan, ever controversial, used his final show as an opportunity to comment on the social and political implications of gun laws in the US. He referenced recent tragedies in which guns were used to kill large numbers of people which prompted criticism of gun laws in the US and worldwide.
Morgan has spent a number of years in the states over the past decade and described gun violence, such as that displayed in the Connecticut Sandy Hook massacre and the Colorado Aurora Cinema, as "a disease that infects every aspect of American life". Referencing these attacks Morgan said, as The Independent reports: "I assumed that after 70 people were shot in a movie theatre and then just a few months later 20 first-graders were murdered with an assault rifle in an elementary school, that the absurd gun laws in this country would change, but nothing has happened".
Continue reading: Piers Morgan Criticises US Gun Laws On Last CNN Show
Alec Baldwin hasn't always been painted in such a positive light by the press, but there are definitely reasons to love the critically acclaimed actor.
There’s a lot of Alec Baldwin bashing going round. We’re not claiming that he’s Mr. Lovable, but we do think it’s time to give the guy a break, particularly now that he's announced his plans to retire from public life. He does have some outrageously redeeming features, and while he may not win the Nobel Peace Prize, or become an ambassador for the UN, anytime soon, he’s not simply the ‘bad guy’ that the press would have us all believe that he is.
There are plenty of reasons to love Alex Baldwin
For starters, did you know Alec is a huge supporter of PETA as well as a dedicated animal rights activist? He’s also a manatee fanatic (who isn’t?) and has supported the Save the Manatees club, recording public service announcements for the organization. His dedication to the manatee cause won him a guest role on The Simpsons episode ‘Bonfire of the Manatees’. Along with all his good work protecting the manatees, Alec is also a vegetarian, which means he practices what he preaches - this makes Alec Baldwin a rare gem in this world.
Continue reading: There Are Good Reasons To Love Alec Baldwin, We Promise
No details about how he plans to achieve it.
Alec Baldwin seems to have ended his love affair with New York City. Or would that be MSNBC? Or public life in general? Regardless, Baldwin seems to be fed up with all of it, if his candid essay, published on Vulture, is anything to go by. In the essay, Baldwin recounts all the ways in which 2013 was “pretty awful”, starting with the accusations of homophobia that came his way early in the year.
Baldwin seemed to be on a collision course for most of 2013.
Baldwin has a bit of ire reserved for almost everyone – MSNBC, Rachel Maddow, Shia LaBeouf – no one is safe from his wrath. He goes on to explain how his clashing with LaBeouf sabotaged his return to theater and how later in the year, his talk show was relegated to MSNBC, even though Baldwin wanted to do in on NBC instead. It’s a long read. Even despite the inevitable inaccuracies, it’s still interesting to read Baldwin’s point of view on the whole debacle – and he certainly isn’t shy about sharing it.
Continue reading: 100% Done - Alec Baldwin Is Retiring From Public Life. For Good.
Alec Baldwin addresses being branded as homophobic, how New York has changed, and states he is now officially leaving public life, in a candid essay published in New York Magazine's Vulture.
Alec Baldwin, known for a fiery temper, has had enough of living life in the spotlight.
The 55 year-old actor has penned a candid essay, published in New York Magazine's Vulture, where he moans about life in the public eye and how the Big Apple has changed.
But in the 5,000 worded piece, Baldwin focuses on clearing his name after being labelled homophobic due to an incident with the paparazzo last November (2013), where he allegedly used an anti-gay word.
Michael Keaton has revealed he had been in contact with Tim Burton about reprising his role as Beetlejuice in the sequel to the 1988 comedy.
Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, Beetle... For fans of the 1988 comedy, repeating the name of the mischievous bio-exorcist three times is not something one should take lightly. Especially if you're dead! Although Beetlejuice has been banished to the waiting room of death, he may be heading back to earth as Michael Keaton has revealed he is in contact with Tim Burton, the original film's director.
Keaton starred as Beetlejuice in the 1988 supernatural comedy, centred on a deceased couple who attempt to regain possession of their house once a living family move in. Geena Davies and Alec Baldwin play the ghostly couple who request Beetlejuice's help and after a number of complications, including Beetlejuice's attempted elopement with the family's daughter (Winona Ryder), successfully regain control of their home. Ryder is also rumoured to be reprising her role.
Keaton, speaking to MTV, discussed the possibility of a second film at the Robocop junket in Los Angeles on Thursday (13th February). Although rumours of a sequel have been circulating since 2012 when it was revealed Seth Grahame-Smith was working on a script for Beetlejuice 2, Keaton has not mentioned the possibility of his involvement before. In the interview he said "I've e-mailed Tim a couple of times, talked to the writer a couple of times, but all really, really preliminary stuff. I always said that's the one thing I'd like to do again, if I ever did anything again. But it kind of required Tim to be involved some way or another."
The author dismissed Mia and Dylan Farrow's claims as "palpable b**chery."
Stephen King has been compelled to apologise profusely after comments that he made regarding Woody Allen's daughter, Dylan Farrow, and her claims that her father sexually abused her when she was a young girl. In a tweet that has now been deleted, the author wrote after reading about the story: "Boy, I'm stumped on that one. I don't like to think it's true, and there's an element of palpable bitchery there, but..."
Stephen King Provoked Fury After He Used "Palpable Bitchery" To Describe Dylan Farrow's Claims.
Many reacted with outrage towards King's words with the phrase "palpable bitchery" seeming to provoke the most concern. The writer has since tweeted a series of apologies in the hope of smoothing things over: "Have no opinion on the accusations; hope they're not true. Probably used the wrong word," he wrote, adding "Still learning my way around this thing. Mercy, please."
The 'Blue Jasmine' director has hit back at claims he sexually abused his adoptive daughter.
Woody Allen has responded to the claims of sexual abuse made by his daughter Dylan Farrow in an open letter published by the New York Times. In the letter, Dylan speaks out publically for the first time regarding the accusations that Allen abused his adoptive daughter. The claims first surfaced in 1993 when the filmmaker and his then-girlfriend Mia Farrow were splitting up.
Woody Allen Has Apparently Branded Dylan's Claims "Untrue And Disgraceful."
"What's your favorite Woody Allen movie? Before you answer, you should know: when I was seven years old, Woody Allen took me by the hand and led me into a dim, closet-like attic on the second floor of our house," writes Dylan. "He told me to lay on my stomach and play with my brother's electric train set. Then he sexually assaulted me."
Continue reading: Woody Allen Denies Sexual Abuse Again, As Oscars Move Into Sight
The stars were called out by name in the open letter
Dylan Farrow’s letter – which details the supposed sexual abuse by her adoptive father, Woody Allen – has been a hot topic of conversation. The stars of the controversial director’s latest film, the Oscar-nominated Blue Jasmine, have been responding to the allegations.
Woody Allen is being accused by Farrow of abusing her as a child
At the Santa Barbara International Film Festival on Saturday night, journalist Jeffrey Wells asked Cate Blanchett for her response to the letter. "It's obviously been a long and painful situation for the family and I hope they find some sort of resolution and peace," Blanchett said, according to Wells.
Alec Baldwin blasts the TSA after his daughter was patted-down at an airport in The Bahamas, but was quickly informed that he made a geographical error.
Alec Baldwin has never been one keep his opinion quiet and this week he takes aim at the Transport Security Administration.
The 55 year-old was enjoying a winter escape with his wife Hilaria Baldwin and baby daughter, 5 Month-old Carmen.
But the trip was somewhat ruined when the family of three were returning to the US.
The pop princess isn't alone in threatening to call time on their music career by a long shot
Britney Spears starred in her own fly-on-the-wall documentary I Am Britney Jean for E! over the weekend, in a feature-length outing that allowed fans to see the singer as she prepares for her upcoming residency in Las Vegas. The documentary gave us some revealing tidbits into her set and showed what life as a famous working mother was like, as well as uncovering some of Britney's plans for the future.
Britney Jean might be Brit's last album
While her immediate plans for the future involve her singing at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino in Las Vegas for the next two years, after that Britney reckons that she might be finished with the showbiz industry. The mum-of-two wants to be able to spend more time with her kinds and return to a simpler life, like the one she had in her native Louisiana .
Continue reading: Britney Spears Becomes The Latest Star To Threaten Retirement
Kim Basinger is a hot 60 years old, and is proving age is nothing but a number by signing her newest modeling contract.
Kim Basinger still has it. The 60-year-old actress has signed an exclusive deal with IMG Models.
Kim Basinger at the 'Black November' premiere
The deal will allow the company to help Basinger land sponsorship and spokesperson deals, according to Variety. The move comes in a year where all ages are proving the spokesperson business is no longer just for 20-somethings. Many other stars have signed on for similar deals. Fifty-nine-year-old Jerry Seinfeld works with Acura, 60-year-old Michael Bolton works for Honda and 68-year-old Helen Mirren is acting as a spokesperson for Marks and Spencer, a British retailer.
Continue reading: Kim Basinger Joins Daughter Ireland Baldwin At IMG Models
The actress has had enough of the "morons" of tinsel town.
Roseanne Barr has shocked the Twittersphere with a series of angry, unhinged and profanity-laced tweets where the 6-year-old comedian unleashed her apparently true feelings towards Hollywood. "I'm never going to work in television again. I'm never going to even attempt it. I feel as if I've been insulted/assaulted for over a year," she wrote, launching a slew of fury towards those she feels wronged by.
Roseanne Barr Has Opened The Floodgates On Her Displeasure Towards Hollywood.
The rant was seemingly sparked after creative difficulties with the sitcom Barr is creating for US network NBC with Nurse Jackie creator Linda Wallen arose. "I don't have the emotional stability to withstand being manipulated and lied to anymore-now that I'm old," Roseanne tweeted, referencing apparent difficulties she had in the development process for her new show.
What was the real reason behind Baldwin's departure from MSNBC? Reports are still unconfirmed.
Alec Baldwin has worked with MSNBC for so long that it’s difficult to imagine the network without him. Unfortunately, we’ll be forced to, as his show, Up Late, will not be continuing with the network, as per a joint statement released by MSNBC and Baldwin’s rep Matthew Hitzik. According to USA Today, MSNBC has also released a statement clarifying that it was a "mutual parting and we wish Alec all the best.”
The supposed reasons behind Baldwin's firing sound fairly obvious.
While the official statement only refers to the cancellation of Up Late, according to other reports, apparently originating from Page Six, the reason behind the cancellation was twofold – bad ratings and Baldwin’s troublesome public image. This claim seems to contradict the additional statement about the decision being "mutual."
The actor angrily refers to the "gay advocates" behind his demise in a recent discussion, providing us with the latest 'classic Alec' comment
He may profess his liberalism, but Alec Baldwin rarely does himself any favours when trying to cover up his apparent homophobia. His latest rant that could be perceived as homophobic came as he gave he explained his recent dismissal from MSNBC following an altercating with a paparazzo during his consuming court case against an alleged stalker of his.
Baldwin surrounded by his natural enemy
As is the norm for Baldwin, he was confronted by paparazzi outside his New York City home, where he supposedly referred to one as a "c**ksucking fag," with his actions being caught on camera and his comments being recorded too. With the press reacting angrily to the comments, MSNBC were forced to take action and severed their ties with the actor and political commentator, with the New York Post first reporting his dismissal, citing more than just his outburst with the paps for his dismissal.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Gives His Side Of The MSNBC Fall-Out And It Isn't Pretty
Alec Baldwin's talk show has been cancelled by MSNBC, was it a joint decision or did the network fire the 55 year-old?
The cancellation stems from an incident where the 55 year-old directed an anti-gay slur at a photographer who was trying to take a snap of his family, he has since apologised for the incident.
The announcement came in a joint statement by Baldwin's rep and the network, they will no longer continue with the production after it was postponed nearly two weeks ago.
'30 Rock' actor Alec Baldwin and his wife Hilaria Baldwin are certainly not in the best of moods as they attend the District Attorney's office in New York despite Genevieve Sabourin finally being sentenced to six months in jail for stalking the actor.
Paparazzi are seen almost stampeding each other while trying to snap Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria Baldwin as she gets into her waiting car outside the District Attorney's Office in Manhattan, New York.
Ireland Baldwin protects her father: but can amends be made for such hurtful words?
Alec Baldwin's daughter, Ireland, has defended her father for hurling a stream of homophobic about at a paparazzo last week. Baldwin has received a torrent of criticism and has even had his chat show, Up Late With Alec Baldwin, suspended after he allegedly called a pursuing photographer a "c**k-s***ing f*g."
Alec Baldwin Has Been Slammed For His Use Of A Homophobic Slur.
Ireland Baldwin tweeted her support for her father, writing "My dad is far from a homophobe or a racist," as well as "We all say things we don't mean. We all say things we can't take back," she tweeted. "What my dad said was WRONG. What my dad felt WASN'T."
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin's Foul-Mouthed Homophobic Rant Defended By Daughter Ireland
Alec Baldwin's daughter, Ireland, defends her father after anti-gay slur criticism: "For someone who has battled with anger management issues, my dad has grown tremendously."
Alec Baldwin's week has been far from easy but at least one person out there isn't trying to ruin the man's career.
The 55 year-old's daughter has come out to defend her father after he has received a rather large amount of criticism for using an anti-gay slur against a photographer who tried dot take a snap of his wife and child.
18 year-old Ireland Baldwin, like her father, took to twitter air out her frustration with the situation.
The actor is accused of using homophobic slurs against paparazzi, resulting in his show being put on hiatus.
Alec Baldwin has made another attempt to explain himself following allegations of him using homophobic slurs whilst he was being hounded by paparazzi near his Manhattan apartment. In a column he wrote for the Huffington Post, Baldwin addresses his latest run-in with the press and reiterates that he never once used any bigoted language towards the reporters.
After the week looked to be coming to an ideal ending, with the successful prosecution of his alleged stalker Genevieve Sabourin, Baldwin soon found himself on the defensive once again as the allegations of homophobia came flying in. In his latest explanation, the actor goes on to describe his dismay at having his show pulled from the air for a two week period, as well as further pleading his innocence and damning the power of the paparazzi in New York.
After reiterating once more that he "never used the word f-ggot" in the confrontation, he went on to state how disheartened he is that his show has been temporarily cancelled, conceding that the show might not ever return given the circumstances surrounding his dismissal.
'Up Late With Alec Baldwin' has been taken off air by MSNBC following the host using an anti-gay slur towards a photographer in New York on Thursday (Nov 14th).
Alec Baldwin's MSNBC late night talk show is suspended indefinitely after the host was caught using an anti-gay slur towards a member of the paparazzi.
'Up Late With Alec Baldwin', for the time being, will not be taken off air due to Baldwin's verbal attack towards a photographer who tried to take a snap of his family.
TMZ caught the incident on video which occurred on Thursday '' (Nov 14th).
Alec Baldwin won the high profile case against Genevieve Sabourin.
After an eventful hearing earlier in the week, this Thursday Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin was sentenced to six months in prison for stalking Alec Baldwin. According to the Associated Press, Sabourin’s six-month sentence was added to the thirty days the she was given earlier for contempt of court for repeatedly interrupting the trial and yelling.
Sabourin's six month sentence was added on to the original 30 days she got for contempt of court.
Sabourin continued with this behavior after she received her sentence. "I haven't done anything wrong. I'm innocent," Sabourin told Manhattan Criminal Court Judge Robert Mandelbaun, according to the AP. "You're doing a mistake right now."
Alec Baldwin has more encounters with photographers and reporters outside his New York home yesterday. The '30 Rock' actor accused a journalist of hitting his wife with a microphone and proceeded, upon driving off, to accidently hit a photographer's parked vehicle.
Alec Baldwin's week of joy, happiness and goodwill to all men continues. Yesterday (Friday 15th November), Baldwin managed to clock up three separate confrontations with the press. This latest incident, in which he accused a female photographer of assaulting his wife and hit a photographer's car with his own, is one of many this week.
Alec Baldwin has apologised for his use of language.
The spotlight has been on Baldwin following his stalker, Genevieve Sabourin's trial and has the pressure of constant media attention is evidently affecting Baldwin - perhaps more than usual. Although the 30 Rock actor is not renowned for his calm and collected nature, this week seems to have been one of Baldwin's most aggressive. On Thursday (14th November) Baldwin allegedly used a homophobic slur; he has since denied it on his Twitter feed. The comments, recorded by The Huffington Post, state that Baldwin did not use the word 'faggot' but 'fathead.'
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Accuses Reporter Of "Assault" & Hits Photographer's Car
A Canadian actress, Genevieve Sabourin, has been jailed for stalking Alec Baldwin. Baldwin is not the only celebrity to have been plagued by an overly ardent fan.
Alec Baldwin's stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, was sentenced to six months in jail yesterday (14th November).
Alec Baldwin's stalker has been jailed for six months.
Sabourin claims to have had a sexual encounter with Baldwin in 2010, something Baldwin denies. Two years later, she proceeded to ring and email Baldwin. She was finally arrested in April 2012 when she turned up at Baldwin's Manhattan apartment. Baldwin's then-fiancé, now wife, Hilaria asked their doorman to contact the police.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin's Genevieve Sabourin & Other Celebrity Stalkers
Alec Baldwin's alleged stalker has been jailed for six months by a New York judge. Genevieve Sabourin claims to have had a sexual encounter with Baldwin in 2010 and began harassing him via emails and voice calls two years later.
A woman accused of stalking American actor Alec Baldwin was found guilty this morning (14th November) by a judge in New York. Genevieve Sabourin, a Canadian actress, has been sentenced to six months jail time. The 41-year-old actress has already been given one month in jail for interrupting Baldwin during his testimony.
Baldwin gave emotional testimony on Tuesday (12 November).
The 30 Rock actor met Sabourin in 2000, according to reports in The LA Times, whilst working on a film together. The pair met up again in 2010 when they had dinner together: Sabourin claims the two had a sexual encounter at a hotel whilst Baldwin maintains the meeting was about her career and the two were never lovers.
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin's Stalker, Actress Genevieve Sabourin, Jailed For 6 Months
Genevieve Sabourin is currently being held in a prison cell for contempt of court during the actor's opening statement
Alec Baldwin broke down in tears when he took to the stand earlier this week to testify against Genevieve Sabourin, the woman he is alleging had stalked him and harassed both him and his wife for years. On Wednesday, 13 November, it was Genevieve's time to take to the stand at the Manhattan Criminal Court and give her side of the story, one that was significantly different to the account Alec had given earlier.
The aspiring French-Canadian actress claims that her affair with Alec began in February 2010, when the actor escorted her on a romantic, day-long date around New York City, which was followed by months of letter exchanges that suggested Baldwin had genuine feelings for Sabourin. The 41-year-old defendant went on to describe a month-long telephone correspondance between the two, one that was heavy with flirting, which eventually led to the pair meeting up in the Big Apple, the New York Times reports.
“He’s a professional charmer, he’s the best in the world,” she told the court, reminiscing the supposed meet-up they had. She claimed that their weekend together began with a drive through Central Park, after which Baldwin took her to see a popular Broadway play before heading to the glitzy Elio’s Restaurant, where they shared an intimate meal. Sabourin then claimed that the night ended when he took her to the Hotel Lowell, where the two had sexual intercourse, she claims. She testified, “It was a beautiful, romantic evening.”
The Canadian actress claims to be Baldwin's ex-girlfriend.
Alec Baldwin has been in court lately defending himself from the claims of a Canadian woman accused of stalking the actor. Genevieve Sabourin, 41, alleges that she and Baldwin had a relationship but their romance fell apart, according to CNN. She is charged with stalking Baldwin and his wife Hilaria which consisted of leaving up to 30 voicemail messages per night, crashing events, turning up at their apartment and sending a string of tweets and emails.
Alec & Hilaria Baldwin Claim That Sabourin Has Stalked Them.
Sabourin denies that she is guilty of stalking and rather sought to resolve her feelings towards Alec. However, she repeatedly ignored a judge's warning in court that she was not to interrupt a witness's testimony when a tearful Baldwin denied any romance. Sabourin, an aspiring actress, shouted "you're lying!"
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Stalker Ordered To Jail After Courtroom Heckling
The actor was giving evidence against his stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, who claims to have had sexual relations with the star.
Alec Baldwin erupted in tears as he sat in the witness stand on Tuesday morning (November 12, 2013). The actor broke down following a heated exchange of words between himself and the defendant, Genevieve Sabourin, over the nature of their relationship, TMZ reports.
Sabourin is hearing charges of stalking and harassment, with Baldwin claiming that he and his wife had undergone years of hardship as a result of her incessant obsession with the actor. He claims that she inundated him with tweets and emails and even claims that she has shown up at his home and harassed his wife in the past.
On the contrary, Sabourin says that she has history with Baldwin, claiming to have met the actor in 2002, before having dinner with him in 2010. She also claims to have slept with the actor at some point in the supposed period of knowing each other, something that Alec vehemently denies.
Continue reading: Teary Eyed Alec Baldwin Breaks Down During Stalker Court Case
Alec Baldwin cried in the witness stand today as he testifeid against his alleged stalker, Genevieve Sabourin, branding her "dangerous".
American Actor Alec Baldwin was left all teary eyed in a New York Court Room on Tuesday (Nov 12th).
The 55 year-old was testifying against his alleged stalker, an aspiring Canadian actress called Genevieve Sabourin.
The accused was charged with stalking Baldwin and his wife, the Emmy-award winner shed a tear on the stand as he explained that Sabourin ruined his engagement day to Hilaria Baldwin, after she tuned up randomly at his East Hampton home in New York.
Tuesday's trial got out of hand when Baldwin took the stand.
Today Alec Baldwin took the stand to testify against an alleged stalker. Unfortunately for the controversial former 30 Rock actor, even the court visit didn’t go as smoothly as it should have. During his testimony, Baldwin was heckled by the very woman he was speaking against – Gabrielle Sabourin, a French Canadian actress, whom Baldwin admitted to having spoken several times prior to the events of the case. Sabourin is charged with 23 counts of harrassment and one count of stalking.
Baldwin had his patience tested, when he was heckled during his testimony.
“Wow, you’re lying,” Genevieve Sabourin reportedly screamed at Baldwin, according to the New York Daily News. “I can’t believe you’re doing that!”
Continue reading: Alec Baldwin Heckled By Alleged Stalker In Court
Anyone interested in how movies get made will love this feisty behind-the-scenes documentary, which uses sharp comedy to explore the messy business side of cinema. Both smart and very funny, it may not tell us much that we don't know (mainly that it's almost impossible to get a film financed unless it's a blockbuster with bankable stars), but it reveals things in ways that make us wonder about the future of the movies.
The film follows actor Alec Baldwin and director James Toback as they head to the Cannes Film Festival to secure funding for their planned Iraq-set riff on Last Tango in Paris. They meet with a variety of experts who tell them that their hoped-for budget is three times too high for a movie starring Baldwin and Neve Campbell. So they talk to Chastain, Bejo and Kruger about taking over the lead role. They also consult with a range of prominent filmmakers including Scorsese, Coppola, Polanski and the Last Tango maestro himself, Bertolucci. But the more time they spend with the people who control the money, the more they wonder if their movie will ever get made.
It's fairly clear from the start that Last Tango in Tikrit is a joke project, but everyone takes it seriously. And as they talk to prospective investors, Baldwin and Toback consider adjusting the film to get more cash by, for example, shooting scenes in Russia or China. It's fascinating to hear these billionaires offer advice on how to get their movie made. And hilariously, no one worries about Baldwin's insistence that the story requires explicit sexual scenes.
Continue reading: Seduced And Abandoned Review
The first-time host was given a few pointers by the veterans of the comedy sketch show.
Ed Norton isn't exactly known for his comedic chops, so when he appeared as host on this week's Saturday Night Live - the first time he has hosted the long-running show - he was happy to take all the help he could get. It was a good think that show veteran Alec Baldwin and recent host Miley Cyrus were on hand to dish out some advice for him as he burst his SNL cherry.
Norton made his debut on the show
It was a great lead in to the show - one that could have been better if it wasn't for Cyrus' poorly received butting-in and tongue joke - as the three joked around, shared tips (Alec is a 15-time presenter on the show) and plugged whatever new ventures they have on the horizon (for Baldwin, it was his new MSNBC show, whilst Miley talked about her 2014 tour). And for such an amusing lead, the show even managed to keep up the funny until the end, a sad rarity for recent shows.
The multi-talented son of Mia Farrow is taking to television.
Ronan Farrow, the son of actress Mia Farrow, is joining MSNBC to host his own weekday show that will reportedly focus on youth activism. The 25 year-old law school graduate, journalist and human rights activist has also worked as part of the Obama administration as a foreign policy official, founded the State Department's Office of Global Youth Issues, and is adviser to youth on the Nigerian AIDS epidemic, Angola and Darfur.
Mia Farrow, Ronan's Mother, Has Caused A Stir Recently.
Speaking about the upcoming arrival of Ronan's show MSNBC chief Phil Griffin said that "Ronan has established himself as a provocative, independent journalist capable of challenging people's assumptions and empowering audiences," in a statement announcing the news. "His show will be a game changer for MSNBC, representing a fresh approach to how we deliver news."
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How did Baldwin fare as a talk show host?
Up Late With Alec Baldwin debuted on Friday night on MSNBC and gave viewers a chance to see actor Alec Baldwin in a talkshow role. The differentiate from the scores of other late night shows on offer, Up Late promised viewers something different for a cable news programme in that it would comprise of an hour long talk with a single guest that would be "more conversation than interview, more personal than promotional."
Alec Baldwin Begins To Host His Own Show.
The first show had a political edge, owing to Baldwin's first guest being New York mayoral candidate, Democrat Bill de Blasio. However, rather than fizzling current affairs debate and a closer look at a man who wants to run NYC, the hour was branded by New York Daily News as "somewhat sleepy."
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Date of birth
3rd April, 1958
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