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Alec Baldwin

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  • Are older directors still making vital movies?

    Do movie directors, like fine wines, get better with age? That may sound like a frivolous question, but it has long been debated by critics as they weigh the relative merits of fiery young upstarts versus wise old veterans. The question takes on renewed...
  • Alec Baldwin chats: MSNBC show and his 'Seduced and Abandoned' film

    Alec Baldwin chats: MSNBC show and his 'Seduced and Abandoned' film
    Airing Monday night on HBO, "Seduced and Abandoned" is a meta-documentary in which actor Alec Baldwin and his filmmaker pal James Toback take a look at the arbitrary deal-making process behind today's movie business. Toback and Baldwin roamed the Cannes...
  • Miley Cyrus crashes Ed Norton's Halloween party on 'SNL'

    Miley Cyrus crashes Ed Norton's Halloween party on 'SNL'
    Did you feel sad when the Miley Cyrus-hosted episode of "Saturday Night Live" ended a few weeks ago, knowing that you probably wouldn’t get to see the singer twerk or stick her tongue out on the show for another season? Well, Christmas came early...
  • 'Homeland' recap: A shooting to protect a covert op

    'Homeland' recap: A shooting to protect a covert op
    “A Red Wheelbarrow,” the latest installment of Showtime’s “Homeland,” refers to a cryptic text message sent by case officer Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) as she closes in on the CIA headquarters bomber. Was Carrie...
  • 'Duck Dynasty': A&E reverses Phil Robertson's suspension

    'Duck Dynasty': A&E reverses Phil Robertson's suspension
    Cable network A&E said on Friday it was bringing back family patriarch Phil Robertson to the hit reality show "Duck Dynasty" after fans protested his suspension over anti-gay remarks and big-name corporate sponsors stuck by the series. Robertson's...
  • 'Beetlejuice 2': What would the Tim Burton sequel look like?

    'Beetlejuice 2': What would the Tim Burton sequel look like?
    If you say the name three times, will it appear? "Beetlejuice 2" doesn't roll off the tongue quite as easily as plain old "Beetlejuice," but momentum appears to be gaining for the movie just the same. Tim Burton and Michael Keaton both are reportedly...
  • 'Walking Dead' recap: The Governor gets a new lease on life

    'Walking Dead' recap: The Governor gets a new lease on life
    Last time we saw the Governor (his cameo last week excluded) he was gunning down his own people and driving off to parts unknown. Now? It's all fist bumps and pinkie swears. After existing off-screen as a boogieman for most of the season, the Governor...
  • NeNe Leakes hospitalized with blood clots in her lung

    NeNe Leakes hospitalized with blood clots in her lung
    NeNe Leakes had a health scare, yes, but it wasn't a heart attack, the "Real Housewives of Atlanta" star said Tuesday.  "My arms are hurting wit these IV's #blessedtobealive," the reality TV star and actress tweeted Monday with a photo of her arms laden...
  • 'Biggest Loser' recap: Bob Harper says 'I'm gay,' gets heart broken

    "The Biggest Loser" trainer Bob Harper opened up his heart, revealing for the first time on national TV that he is gay. And then he watched his heart get broken. Harper's prime-time declaration -- while not exactly a surprise -- was still shocking for...
  • Tina Fey and Amy Poehler give the Golden Globes credibility

    Tina Fey and Amy Poehler give the Golden Globes credibility
    NBC's announcement Tuesday that Tina Fey and Amy Poehler will host the next two Golden Globe telecasts doesn't just promise happy viewers and high ratings, it marks the end of a local rags-to-riches story: the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn., like the...
  • Film Review: 'Blue Jasmine'

    San Francisco has been good to Woody Allen, from his 1969 directing debut with "Take the Money and Run" to his lead turn in 1972′s "Play It Again, Sam," and a long-overdue return visit provides just the shot of artistic adrenaline he needs in...