On Sunday, a number of news outlets reported that Hollywood might finally be done with Woody Allen, a mere 26 years after adopted daughter Dylan Farrow accused him of assaulting and abusing her when she was only seven years old. To some, it was a relief to hear that both actors and distributors (chiefly, Amazon) were…
Earlier this week, it was reported that Alec Baldwin is developing a talk show for ABC. If you’re still on the fence about whether or not this is a good idea, may I present to you evidence that it isn’t? Exhibit A: Alec Baldwin as a guest on a talk show.
Today marks the 84th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition, which allowed Americans to once again drink legally. Today is also ironically when I found out that Alec Baldwin, who is bad, is developing a talk show. This show, along with talk shows hosted by white men in general, is a thing I would like to prohibit.
Back in March, Alec Baldwin announced that in light of the success he has found impersonating Donald Trump on Saturday Night Live, he would be co-writing a satirical memoir of the president with Kurt Andersen, detailing Trump’s first year in office.
When it comes to standing up to Donald Trump, it’s unlikely that many people turn to the long-defanged comedy stylings of Saturday Night Live as the leader of the hashtag resistance.
Alec Baldwin returned to Saturday Night Live this weekend to play his signature role (twice) as President Donald Trump. But he also added a new character this week, skewering the host of Fox News show The Factor, Bill O’Reilly.
After a report in Politico suggested that President Trump was very upset that Melissa McCarthy–an actor who is both hilarious and a woman–had played White House spokesperson Sean Spicer on SNL this past weekend, users on Twitter asked famous Donald Trump-hater and other woman Rosie O'Donnell if she would consider…
President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration happens Friday, which means everything is terrible. Watching Alec Baldwin make his sassy-Trump face this week just brings on worries of impeding doom instead of laughter.
Alec Baldwin heard president-elect Donald Trump's been having a really hard time finding any celebrities to perform at his inauguration, so he's volunteered to make sure The Donald isn't celebrity-less when he takes the reigns as commander-in-chief because we know how easily the teeny-handed man's ego is bruised.
Donald Trump, a man who became a household name by being mean to unsuspecting schmucks on TV, has had it up to here with Saturday Night Live mocking him with its repeated parodies from fellow mean man Alec Baldwin.