Kicking off another busy week of filming in New York City, Julianne Moore and Alec Baldwin made an appearance on the set of “Still Alice” Tuesday (March 11).
While taking advantage of the much warmer temps, the “30 Rock” star and his “Carrie” co-star held an in-depth conversation with each other as they stepped out of their trailers and onto the busy Big Apple streets.
He's dealt with loads of drama over the past year due to his infamous tweets and apparent "gay bashing," but now Alec Baldwin is ready to clear the air in his very own tell-all letter.
In the latest issue of New York Magazine, the "30 Rock" star opened up about everything including his side of the infamous altercation that led to his MSNBC termination and plans for his new life away from the spotlight.
His show “Up Late with Alec Baldwin” was axed from MSNBC after he was accused of calling a paparazzo a “c*cksucking f*g,” and Alec Baldwin says the move was less than ethical.
The 55-year-old “30 Rock” actor discussed his exit with the Gothamist, noting, "You've got the fundamentalist wing of gay advocacy – Rich Ferraro and Andrew Sullivan – they're out there, they've got you."
Though he just released an official statement apologizing for his words, Alec Baldwin seems to insist he never said the F-word in his blog on The Huffington Post on Saturday (November 16).
Allegedly having called a paparazzo a "c*cksucking f*g," the "30 Rock" star offered a couple of "clarifications" beginning with "One is that I never used the word f*ggot in the tape recording being offered as evidence against me. What word is said right after the other choice word I use is unclear. But I can assure you, with complete confidence, that a direct homophobic slur (or indirect one for that matter) is not spoken."