During the Cannes Film Festival, Baldwin tells a room full of partiers that Harvey Weinstein -- who declined to be interviewed for a documentary that Baldwin is shooting about the Cannes film market -- is a douchebag. "I don't care who knows," he says loudly. (He later apologizes.)
Alec Baldwin expresses love for his fiancee, 28-year-old yoga instructor Hilaria Lynn Thomas with an endearing on-camera yoga session for THR.com. A somewhat daffy New York Times Vows column would later detail how they met: He handed her his card at an NYC restaurant and said, "I must know you."
Days after Rock of Ages opens to a disappointing $14.4 million, Baldwin is accused of assaultingNew York Daily News photographer Marcus Santos outside a marriage-license office. According to Baldwin, it was self-defense: "The guy lunged, and he almost hit me in the teeth with the lens of the camera," he tells Charlie Rose. "So I just pushed the guy away. … People think I'm out there just decking photographers willy-nilly when nothing could be further from the truth."
Woody Allen's To Rome With Love, which features Baldwin, hits theaters as he marriesHilaria Lynn Thomas in New York. Tina Fey, Lorne Michaels, Mariska Hargitay and Robert Kennedy Jr. are among those joining Baldwin's famous brothers downtown at St. Patrick's Old Cathedral.
As photographers follow him aggressively around New York, Baldwin takes to Twitter to rail against celebrity media: "Great papers like the Times Picayune struggle, while tabloid trash bloggers (Levin, Hilton) carry on. #USneedsstrongerlibellaws."
Donates $1 million to the New York Philharmonic and $500,000 to the Roundabout Theatre Company. News coverage of his generosity follows.
Rejoins Twitter via an accoint set up through his charitable foundation (@ABFalecbaldwin) as Vanity Fair's August issue hits newsstands. The lengthy cover story features Baldwin detailing how he dreamed of killing TMZ's Harvey Levin, who posted the voicemail in which he told his daughter she was a "pig": "I wanted to stick a knife in him and gut him and kill him and I wanted him to die breathing his last breath looking into my eyes." Levin hasn't responded.
The real Wolf of Wall Street? Nah. Dana Giacchetto, now under investigation again, calls himself the "Lamb of Wall Street" as he breaks his long-held silence about BFF DiCaprio, shares details of his intimate relationship with Ovitz, and asserts he had nothing to do with the suicide of CAA superstar Jay Moloney. Read More