Wow! At least it made for a dramatic reunion episode of RHOA!
Shortly after turning herself in, Porsha was released on a $2K bond.
[Image via Fulton County Police.]
Well, that sure was quick!
The best part is that Alec will be playing a New York City newspaper journalist who questions the SVU department's intentions and brings a new light to a controversial case!
Oh the irony!
However, he's not the only guest star!
Katie Couric will ALSO appear in the episode (as herself) where she questions Alec's character about the case, a hate crime/rape situation, which is grabbing all sorts of headlines in the media!
The episode, which also marks Mariska Hargitay's directorial debut, is set to air on NBC on March 19th.
Guess this means Alec has no intentions of ACTUALLY retiring from the media's spotlight anytime soon!
We can't wait to see how Alec reacts when he's in the journalist in the hot seat!
Alec Baldwin has pretty much decided that he's not famous anymore, not for a performance art piece, like his former co-star, but for, like, real.
In a pretty lengthy essay for New York Magazine, Alec has declared that he's leaving the public spotlight and won't be discussing his personal life, ever, in the future.
Among many, many points and explanations in the essay, it boils down to Alec thinking that the media has changed entirely from when he started his life in the spotlight.
And he's not happy with that change.
There’s no business like show business like no business we know!
But before any actor hits the big time, they’ve got to endure some incredible struggle!
Even if you’re Ryan Gosling!
As picture perfect as Ry Guy is, he still had to WERK to get to where he is today!
In a new documentary called Seduced and Abandoned, he spilled to fellow actor Alec Baldwin about just how hard it was for him coming up in Hollywood!
And it sounds brutal!
Ryan goes into detail about the experience of being a young actor in El Lay, saying:
It’s your credit card company!
Yeah, that’s what’s going to happen now if you don’t pay your Capital One bill!
The US-based bank is warning its customers in a new agreement that they will hunt you down if you owe them money!
Hell, we wouldn’t put it past them to drive alongside you going down the highway while screaming out the window, “pay your bill!”
The specifics of the new user contract state:
“We may contact you in any manner we choose [including] calls, emails, texts, faxes or a personal visit.”
K, that’s kreepy, guys.
Not even the IRS can show up at your door without an arrest warrant! So how is Capital One allowed to do this?!
Apparently the 4th Ammendment, which protects citizens against unreasonable searches and seizures, is not being infringed upon in this new agreement because Cap One is considered a civil entity, not law enforcement.
Therefore, they’re free to harass anyone they want in person!
But their aggressiveness doesn’t end at just tracking you down and paying you a personal visit. They also say they have the right to trick you into picking up the phone!
Another section of the agreement reads:
"We may modify or suppress caller ID and similar services and identify ourselves on these services in any manner we choose."
Basically the wolves are dressing like sheep in order to get your money!
How crazy is this?!?
So…what’s in your wallet??
If it’s a Capital One credit card, you better pay your bill! Or lock your doors REALLY well!
Maybe this will get Hollywood to listen…
It’s been a topic that has been danced around for decades, but Dylan Farrow wants everyone to know exactly what Woody Allen did to her all those years ago.
The open letter, printed in the The New York Times, is very heartfelt, matter-of-fact, and to the point. In fact, it starts out like this:
“What’s your favorite Woody Allen movie? Before you answer, you should know: when I was seven years old, Woody Allen took me by the hand and led me into a dim, closet-like attic on the second floor of our house. He told me to lay on my stomach and play with my brother’s electric train set. Then he sexually assaulted me. He talked to me while he did it, whispering that I was a good girl, that this was our secret, promising that we’d go to Paris and I’d be a star in his movies. I remember staring at that toy train, focusing on it as it traveled in its circle around the attic. To this day, I find it difficult to look at toy trains.”
Wow. Srsly heavy stuff. And it only got harder to read when Dylan talked about how she felt after she told her mom, Mia Farrow
This is just REALLY weird. Plagiarism should NOT be treated like a joke.
Well, it seems that Shia's not done apologizing or plagiarizing because in the past couple days Shia's taken to his Twitter to issue some more apologies.
Ch-ch-check out who Shia has stolen his apologies from…AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Some news programs should start with a warning: this show may cause massive headaches.
Well, once again, we are rubbing our temples after hearing what Geraldo Rivera had to say on Sean Hannity’s show.
Not only did he defend Paula Deen AND Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson for their racist and anti-gay remarks, he then brought up Alec Baldwin’s alleged outburst in which he called a photojournalist a “c*cksucking f*ggot.”
According to Geraldo, what Alec said is NOT a gay slur!
You see, Geraldo explained how he and Alec and even Sean all grew up in Long Island. And in L.I., calling someone a “c*cksucking f*ggot” isn’t so much a homophobic remark as it is just a general insult that you can call anyone! Geraldo said: