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Alec Baldwin has made up his mind to make a new start -- and he may be going to California.
In a 5,263-word piece titled "Alec Baldwin: Good-bye, Public Life," published in New York Magazine's New York Magazine on Monday, Feb. 24, the 55-year-old "30 Rock" alum talks about the "predatory" paparazzi, the backlash after he cursed one out and uttered what many believed was an anti-gay slur in November 2013, the subsequent cancellation of his MSNBC show and "friction" with Broadway co-star Shia LaBeouf, who also declared he was "retiring from all public life" amid a plagiarism controversy.
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Alec Baldwin's late-night MSNBC show "Up Late With Alec Baldwin" has been canceled, less than two weeks after the cable network suspended the program following a confrontation the Emmy-winning actor had with the paparazzi.
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Alec Baldwin's daughter Ireland has come to the actor's defense following the suspension of his MSNBC show, which came following the posting of a paparazzi video that shows him cursing out a photographer and using what many believe to be an anti-gay slur.
Baldwin had issued an apology last week after his outburst against a photographer was published online, saying he "did not intend to hurt or offend anyone" and in a new column published in the Huffington Post (warning: contains explicit language) on Saturday, he writes that he never uttered "a direct homophobic slur (or indirect one for that matter)."
Alec Baldwin's MSNBC show, "Up Late With Alec Baldwin," has been temporarily suspended by the news network.
MSNBC suspended the show for two weeks on Friday, Nov. 15, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The show, which debuted in October, will reportedly return to air on Nov. 29.
Canadian actress Genevieve Sabourin has been found guilty of stalking and harassing actor Alec Baldwin and was sentenced to 210 days in jail, OTRC.com has learned.
The verdict was handed down at a New York court on Thursday, Nov. 14. Sabourin was ordered to serve two-thirds of her sentence and must also stay away from Baldwin after she is released. A day earlier, she was sentenced to 30 days behind bars for making repeated outburts in court while Baldwin and his wife Hilaria were giving their testimonies.
She was meeting a movie star for dinner, and the woman accused of stalking Alec Baldwin said Wednesday it quickly shaped up like a dream date.
He picked her up at the posh hotel where he'd helped her secure a room, had a hired car drive them slowly through Central Park and then surprised her with tickets to a Broadway show on a February Friday in 2010, Genevieve Sabourin told the court where she's on trial.
Tom Clancy, a best-selling author of spy and military thriller novels such as "The Hunt For Red October" and "Clear and Present Danger," which were made into films, has died at age 66.
The writer passed away in Baltimore -- where he was born -- on Tuesday, Oct. 1, publishing company Penguin Group announced on Wednesday in a statement obtained by OTRC.com. The cause of his death was not made public. The news comes more than two months before the release of his 17th novel, "Command Authority," which is set to hit stores on Dec. 3.
It's Alec Baldwin vs. the paparazzi again.
The 55-year-old actor and a celebrity photographer got into a physical altercation on a New York City street on Tuesday, Aug. 27, in front of Baldwin's wife Hilaria. The 29-year-old yoga instructor had given birth to the actor's second child, daughter Carmen, just four days prior. The couple had been dining at a restaurant and were later seen walking alone. Their baby was not with them.
Alec Baldwin says he's "never" going back to Twitter, in comments made after he shut down his account following an online tirade against a UK tabloid journalist.
He had last month cursed out a Daily Mail reporter on the social network after the person wrote that the 55-year-old actor's wife was tweeting while the couple attended the funeral of "Sopranos" star James Gandolfini (see PHOTOS). The pair denied this. Baldwin shut down his Twitter account and the article in question was deleted.
Alec Baldwin has once again shut down his Twitter account following a rant against a journalist that included profanities and threats.
The trouble started when a journalist for the U.K.'s Daily Mail named George Stark claimed Baldwin's wife, Hilaria Baldwin, was Tweeting about her upcoming wedding anniversary and other topics while the couple was attending the funeral of the late actor James Gandolfini.
Is Alec Baldwin set to hit the late-night television circuit?
The 55-year-old actor, who is known for his numerous roles in television and film, is in "initial talks" for a spot in NBC's late-night line up, according to an April 9 report by The New York Times.
It will be another girl for Alec Baldwin when his wife Hilaria Baldwin gives birth.
Hilaria revealed the news of her baby's gender on Thursday, March 7, during her appearance on "Extra," which can be seen below. She also confirmed the news on her Twitter account.
Alec Baldwin's wife Hilaria Thomas is reportedly being sued after a yoga class injury occurred at her studio.
Court documents filed in Manhattan Supreme Court by Spencer Wolff, 32, state that he was asked "to perform a dangerous activity at a wall" during Thomas' yoga class, the New York Post and various outlets reported on February 17.