She is expecting her fifth child with husband Alec Baldwin, but says there's a "very, very small" chance of the pregnancy being viable.
The actress is firing back at Alyssa Milano for suggesting Hollywood should boycott Georgia over the "Heartbeat Bill."
The boys are back!Alec Baldwin shared a never-before-seen throwback photo of himself hanging outwith his famous brothers on Instagram on Thursday
In the new film “Framing John DeLorean,” Alec Baldwin plays the beleaguered car manufacturer who invented the “Back to the Future” car and gambled everything in pursuit of the American dream.But the question posed at the start of the first trailer for the film is, why hasn’t a movie been made about his life sooner?“It’s got cocaine, hot chicks, sports cars, bombed out buildings, FBI agents, Margaret Thatcher, Ronald Reagan, hardcore drug dealers,” his son says in the first trailer for the film.Also Read: 'Driven' Director Found Humor and Tension in John DeLorean's Cocaine-Fueled Story (Video)“Framing John DeLorean” is a hybrid documentary that tells the story of DeLorean’s life from the eyes of his family and associates, along with a treasure trove of archival footage, but also re-enacts his life, with Baldwin in the leading role. Though a documentary on his life alone might’ve been just as compelling.“John DeLorean was the leading man Hollywood producers dream of, and he was real,” an expert says in the trailer.Don Argott and Sheena M. Joyce direct and write the film (along with co-writer Tamir Ardon) that stars Baldwin, Morena Baccarin, Josh Charles, Dean Winters, Michael Rispoli, Jason Jones, Dana Ashbrook, Josh Cooke and Sean Cullen.Also Read: Jared Leto, Margot Robbie and Christoph Waltz Movies Lead Full Tribeca Film Festival SlateSundance Selects is distributing the film in theaters and on VOD on June 7, but it will first play at the Tribeca Film Festival, which announced its full slate of features on Tuesday.Watch the first trailer for “Framing John DeLorean” above.Read original story Alec Baldwin Is Hollywood’s Dream Lead Man in ‘Framing John DeLorean’ Trailer (Video) At TheWrap
The president calls the media "the enemy of the people" after Alec Baldwin's latest skit on "Saturday Night Live."
NEW YORK (AP) — Days after appearing as President Donald Trump in a "Deal or No Deal" parody on "Saturday Night Live," Alec Baldwin took a deal of his own Wednesday, agreeing to attend an anger management class to resolve a criminal case stemming from a skirmish over a parking spot.
To help you accomplish your 2018 TV goals in 2019, Yahoo Entertainment has assembled this handy guide to the highs and lows of the year in television. Better get binging!
The man who was allegedly punched in the face by Alec Baldwin over a parking space has reportedly spoken out about the situation.
'Beetlejuice' writer Larry Wilson shared some information about the movie fans might be surprised to learn.