Alec Baldwin has found a new enemy — in his own publisher!
Earlier in the week, the 30 Rock alum took to Facebook to air several grievances he has with HarperCollins, the publishing company who published his memoir Nevertheless. Uh oh.
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In fact, the A-lister launched a Facebook page for the memoir in order to make any corrections or amendments HarperCollins failed to change before the book hit shelves. Mr. Baldwin wrote:
Donald Trump has not been a fan of Saturday Night Live ever since Alec Baldwin donned that furry hairpiece to impersonate the cartoonish politician.
But according to Taran Killam, The Donald didn't understand SNL's humor even before he was in its satirical crosshairs!
In an interview with Brooklyn magazine, the former cast member recalled the fateful night in November 2015 when Trump hosted the NBC sketch show (amid protests) months after announcing his presidential candidacy.
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While it's no secret the public was upset over the sleazy politician hosting, Killam revealed that no one behind the scenes was thrilled about it either — Trump himself included!
He remembered of the week Trump hosted:
Round 2… FIGHT!
As we reported, producer Dana Brunetti SLAMMED a section of Alec Baldwin's memoir Nevertheless claiming he was misled about the age of costar Nikki Reed while filming the 2006 indie dramedy, Mini's First Time.
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The then-46-year-old actor engaged in sex scenes with the then-16-year-old actress.
After the media picked up the shocking story, Baldwin decided to ignite his feud with Brunetti, who was more than happy to return the jabs!
Playing Donald Trump may have gotten to Alec Baldwin's head.
At least that's what multiple producers think after claiming the Boss Baby star straight up lied in his new memoir!
In the freshly published book Nevertheless, the actor alleged he was misled by producers about the age of his costar Nikki Reed when filming the 2006 indie dramedy, Mini's First Time.
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Baldwin claimed he had words with producers after discovering the Twilight actress — whom he engaged in sex scenes with — was only 17 at the time, writing:
It's been ten years since THAT voicemail Alec Baldwin left for his daughter Ireland, but the actor still hasn't entirely gotten over it.
In case you don't remember, the Boss Baby star left the then 11-year-old a phone message where he called her a "rude, thoughtless, little pig" for missing a scheduled phone call.
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Alec and Ireland have since mocked the infamous voicemail, but in a new interview with Good Morning America, the dad of four says he thinks it's affected his daughter permanently.
Who saw this coming?!
The Boss Baby has firmly taken the top slot through this weekend's box office totals, marking a big opener for the animated DreamWorks film, and even going so far as to knock Beauty and the Beast out of the top spot at the box office!
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Starring Alec Baldwin, The Boss Baby must appeal to moviegoers in some kind of way, because it pulled in an early estimate $15.5 million across North American box offices on Friday alone, with the foundation laid for what forecasters expect will be
Wow, scary stuff!
In his new memoir Nevertheless, out April 4, Alec Baldwin reveals something he's stayed private about for 30 years: he once overdosed on drugs while in his twenties.
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Speaking to GMA's George Stephanopoulos on Friday, the 30 Rock star opened up about the day he got sober — February 23, 1985 — and the battle with drugs and alcohol leading up to that day:
"I'm glad I got it when I did ’cause not many people get sober when they're young. I got sober when I was just about to turn 27. And those two years that I lived in that white hot period, as a daily drug abuser, as a daily drinker… to my misery, boy, that was a tough time. There was really, really a lot of pain in there."
See more from the candid interview (below)!