Alec Baldwin gave “30 Rock” fans cause to fret Wednesday after he appeared to hint that he's thinking of leaving the hit comedy.
The newly-engaged star and frequent Twitter user unleashed a series of tweets indicating he was not pleased with the series' network, NBC.
He was apparently irritated by the media reportedly staked outside his NYC home, presumably in the wake of the actor's ongoing complaint against alleged stalker Genevieve Sabourin.
Alec Baldwin has spoken out about getting booted from an American Airlines flight last week, and on the latest edition of "Saturday Night Live," it was American Airlines Captain Steve Rogers' turn...as played by Alec Baldwin.
"Captain Steve Rogers," in uniform with a thick mustache and a heavy Southern accent, recounted to Seth Meyers that Baldwin's dismissal from the flight last week after refusing to shut off his cell phone was "awful." (Baldwin, mind you, had been playing "Words with Friends" at the time.)
But after that fiasco, Steve Rogers felt the need to appear on "SNL" "and on behalf of everyone at American Airlines, issue an apology to Mr. Alec Baldwin," the captain explained. Meyers wasn't buying Baldwin's routine as the best way to handle the situation, but the actor shushed him and kept going:
It's not called “Schweddy Balls,” but Alec Baldwin is making a play for radio. According to the New York Times, the “30 Rock” star will host an interview show with New York public radio.
Station WNYC announced Thursday that Alec’s show "Here's the Thing" will be available via podcast starting October 24. His first interview will be with Michael Douglas.
On future shows, Baldwin will speak with Republican campaign strategist Ed Rollins, Kris Jenner, Chris Rock, Kathleen Turner, author Erica Jong and veteran talk-show host Dick Cavett.
This weekend, Alec Baldwin became the first person to host “Saturday Night Live” 16 times, according to NBC.
Baldwin made sure to mention his new record during his monologue opening Saturday’s show, notes New York Magazine. The "30 Rock" star kicked off “SNL”’s 37th season.
Hosting rival Steve Martin stopped by with Seth Rogen to make sure Alec broke the hosting record "without the use of steroids or performance enhancing drugs." (Not a particularly funny bit.)
Before Saturday, Martin and Baldwin were tied for most-frequent host; each had hosted 15 times.
Hollywood is reviving “Beetlejuice," reports Deadline, but don’t call it a remake.
Producer David Katzenberg and writer Seth Grahame-Smith plan to make a sequel to Tim Burton's 1988 hit through their newly formed KatzSmith Productions.
The duo reportedly plans to continue the original “Beetlejuice” storyline as one of their first projects.
“30 Rock” star Alec Baldwin has a new lady friend in his life, and he revealed her identity to David Letterman while visiting “The Late Show” on Tuesday, reports The Huffington Post.
Baldwin is dating Hilaria Thomas, a 27 year-old yoga instructor, and, according to the New York Post, the actor, 53, is moving in with her.
In addition to gabbing about his love life, the actor also shared about his previously-discussed plans to run for mayor of New York City. FULL POST
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