The former yoga instructor posted on Instagram about the "darkness" she experienced when she lost two pregnancies in 2019. However, she rejoiced in the births of rainbow babies Eduardo, 11 months, and María Lucía, 6 months.
The actor shared a photo of the mom of six standing in the kitchen while pumping breast milk, having her hair colored and snacking on barbecue potato chips. He called her a "legend."
"Will the real Boss Baby please stand up?" Alec Baldwin and his wife, Hilaria, brought all six of their kids to the premiere of his new film, "Boss Baby: Family Business." The kids came dressed like the title character, including briefcases.
"We all make mistakes along the way," Hilaria Baldwin says in the debut of her podcast with husband Alec called "What's One More?" "We're all imperfect. But we’re also constantly evolving and wanting to get it right."
"There's only one man in this business who should come in," the actor recalled saying on the Talking Sopranos podcast.
"I don't know to what yet, but it was one of those horrible moments a parent dreads," Hilaria Baldwin wrote of the experience
Here's a look back at some of the craziest on-set tales from Baldwin and Basinger’s 1991 film, "The Marrying Man."
Victoria Will/APLast week, 30 Rock actor Alec Baldwin spoke out in defense of Woody Allen following the HBO premiere of Allen v. Farrow, a four-part docuseries examining the allegation that the celebrated filmmaker had sexually molested his 7-year-old adoptive daughter, Dylan Farrow, in the attic of their Connecticut country home on Aug. 4, 1992.“Who needs courtrooms or rule of law when we have trial by media?” Baldwin wrote on Twitter, alongside an article about the documentary.Baldwin’s critique was sent out to his hundreds of thousands of followers the day after the premiere, so it appears that SNL’s Trump decided to pass judgment on the entire series after only viewing its first episode. As a whole, Allen v. Farrow includes not only testimony from Dylan, Mia, and Ronan Farrow, but also interviews with neighbors, family friends, city and state officials, and a trove of never-before-seen documents—as well as audio recordings of phone calls between Woody and Mia. Its filmmakers, Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering, were more than a little surprised by the “trial by media” allegation.“Wow. How can he say that? He hasn’t seen the whole thing yet,” Ziering tells The Daily Beast. “I think the trial by media happened over the past three decades, Alec. Let’s see who was tried and convicted. He should a) watch the series; and b) look at the role the media played in spreading spin instead of truths, in not doing any fact-checking, in excoriating someone and convicting her [Mia Farrow] without any due diligence over three decades, and then talk to us about trial by media.”Mia Farrow Reveals Woody Allen’s ‘Horrible Lies’ and RuthlessnessThe third episode of Allen v. Farrow, premiering this Sunday night, indeed focuses on how Allen weaponized the media against Farrow in the wake Dylan’s molestation allegation against Allen. Immediately following the news that Allen was being investigated by police, he held a press conference at The Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, where he proclaimed his love for Farrow’s college-aged daughter Soon-Yi and accused Farrow of cooking up the molestation claim out of revenge—even though Farrow had brought Dylan to a pediatrician to have her discuss the allegation, and the pediatrician independently reported it to the police.Following the presser, Allen did cover story interviews with TIME, Newsweek, and People, and also sat down for an interview with 60 Minutes. Mia Farrow says she wanted to keep the matter private for the sake of her children and did not grant interviews at the time. Because of her stance, Allen’s narrative seemingly took hold in the media, and by extension the public consciousness, casting Farrow as a vengeful woman scorned.“Woody’s story was so prominent in part because Mia elected not to talk to the media because she knew that if she did, it would just stir up the media even more, and it was already having such a traumatic effect on her family as it was, that she felt the best thing for her family was not to say anything,” explains Dick. “So she chose protecting her family over getting the story out.”“I’d like to raise a pointed point back to Alec Baldwin: If you watch the series, it’s Woody Allen who went public with the story. It wasn’t Mia,” adds Ziering. “It was Woody Allen who called the first press conference. It was Woody Allen who got himself on the covers of TIME and Newsweek, and agreed to a 60 Minutes interview. This is the first time Mia has spoken at length on camera about this issue ever.”Then again, Baldwin isn’t exactly the poster child for the #MeToo movement. Back in 2017, he briefly left Twitter after criticizing one of Harvey Weinstein’s alleged rape victims, Rose McGowan, for reaching a financial settlement with him. Baldwin also complained to Megyn Kelly that the #MeToo movement was targeting innocent men and joked that he couldn’t even tell whether touching his wife, Hilaria Baldwin—who is not Spanish—was now “inappropriate.” (There was also his infamous appearance in good friend James Toback’s documentary palling around with Roman Polanski aboard a yacht.)Mariel Hemingway Reckons With Mental Health, Woody Allen, and ‘Manhattan’: ‘I Was a Kid’ Another character who enters the fray in Episode 3 of Allen v. Farrow is the filmmaker’s longtime lawyer, Elkan Abramowitz, who represented Allen at the time of the abuse allegation and subsequent child custody trial (another of his past clients: Harvey Weinstein). Just this week, Abramowitz was retained by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo amid a probe into his alleged cover-up of COVID nursing home deaths, as well as three sexual harassment allegations against him, two from former aides.When I mentioned the Cuomo news to Dick and Ziering, they couldn’t help but laugh.“Oh, dear. I guess he hasn’t seen the series,” offers Ziering. “I don’t think those episodes have aired yet, so he wouldn’t know—and neither would Elkan.”“There does seem to be a roster of usual suspects that traffic in these kinds of cases,” she adds. “They know the playbook.”As for Baldwin, on Wednesday night he announced that he was quitting Twitter yet again, calling it a place where “all the assholes in the United States and beyond go to get their advanced degrees in assholiness.”The Daily Beast will be running additional conversations with Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering immediately following Episodes 3 and 4 of Allen v. Farrow.Read more at The Daily Beast.Got a tip? Send it to The Daily Beast hereGet our top stories in your inbox every day. Sign up now!Daily Beast Membership: Beast Inside goes deeper on the stories that matter to you. Learn more.
The actor is explaining his comment about Gillian Anderson "switching accents" on Twitter — and said it's his latest annoyance with the social media site, so he's deactivated his account.
After fans noticed Gillian Anderson's American accent during her Golden Globes speech, Alec Baldwin gave a subtle dig at The Crown star in light of his wife Hilaria's accent controversy.
Earlier this week, Hilaria and Alec Baldwin made their surprising baby announcement, sharing, "We are so in love with our daughter, Lucia."
One day after dropping the surprise news that they they had quietly welcomed a sixth child, they shared a closeup shot of their baby girl.
Hilaria Baldwin surprised her followers by announcing the arrival of her and Alec Baldwin's newborn baby. Scroll on for the sweet family photo.
Baldwin was accused of having faked a Spanish heritage, although she’s actually a white woman born in Boston.
"This is probably an awkward and embarrassing time for Alec and Hilaria," Phillips's husband, Billy Baldwin, shared.
"Today we have an opportunity to clarify for people who have been confused — and have been confused in some ways by people misrepresenting me," she says.
Hilaria Baldwin also got support from stepdaughter Ireland Baldwin as her heritage controversy unfolded.
Fans of the Alec Baldwin-voiced "Boss Baby" are going to have to wait a little longer to get their fix, as the animated comedy has been moved from its planned March 26 release date to Sept. 17, 2021. Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation announced today that the animated sequel, "The Boss Baby: Family Business," would […]
“The Boss Baby: Family Business,” the animated sequel from Universal and DreamWorks Animation, has been pushed back from a March 26, 2021 release date to now open in the fall.“The Boss Baby” sequel will now debut on Sept. 17, 2021. It’s taking the place of DreamWorks’ animated “The Bad Guys,” which is currently unset but will have a new release date in 2022 within the coming weeks.Alec Baldwin and James Marsden both return for the sequel, along with newcomers Amy Sedaris and Jeff Goldblum. In the second installment, Baldwin and Marsden play grown adults who are turned back into toddlers and have to work with the newest member of their Boss Baby family in order to foil a plot to turn kids bad.Also Read: 'Monster Hunter' Edges 'Croods 2' With $2.2 Million at Pandemic Box OfficeThe original “Boss Baby” made $527.9 million worldwide back in 2017. “Family Business” has director Tom McGrath and producer Jeff Hermann returning to the sequel.“The Bad Guys” is based on the Scholastic book series by Aaron Blabey that has sold 8.2 million copies worldwide. It follows the notorious bad guys known for pulling legendary heists — Mr. Wolf, Mr. Snake, Mr. Piranha, Mr. Shark and Ms. Tarantula — as they attempt their most challenging job yet of turning into “good guys.”“The Bad Guys” is directed by Pierre Perifel, who has worked as an animator on the “Kung Fu Panda” films, and comes from a script by Etan Cohen (“Tropic Thunder,” “Get Hard”) and Hilary Winston (“Community,” “Happy Endings”).The latest DreamWorks Animation film released by Universal, “The Croods: A New Age,” opened in theaters over Thanksgiving. The film grossed $98.2 million at the worldwide box office and is now available on demand after holding several weeks as the number one film at the domestic box office.Read original story ‘The Boss Baby’ Sequel Bumped to September 2021, ‘The Bad Guys’ Moves to 2022 At TheWrap
Alec Baldwin's wife has been accused of faking her Spanish heritage.
Husband Alec Baldwin also posted a video hitting out at social media speculation.
Cruise reportedly unleashed a second tirade on set of "Mission Impossible: 7" over COVID-19 safety protocols.