Alec Baldwin Pulls a LaBeouf, Quits Public Life


Alec Baldwin announced what we already knew in an essay called “I Give Up.” He’s sick of being famous, hates the media and doesn’t understand why he keeps getting called a homophobe.

The three paragraphs about Shia LaBeouf, who, according to Baldwin, behaved like an insolent twat on the set of the Broadway play Orphans, are an obvious highlight.

He describes LaBeouf as a sulky, impatient little boy who “loves to argue.”  Continue reading “Alec Baldwin Pulls a LaBeouf, Quits Public Life”

Lena Dunham Talks About Friend And Mentor Nora Ephron In ‘The New Yorker’

Lena Dunham‘s indie comedy Tiny Furniture debuted in 2010 and garnered attention from more than Girls producer Judd Apatow, who expressed interest in working with her after seeing it.

Recently deceased writer/director extraordinaire Nora Ephron also saw something in Lena Dunham, whom she befriended and subsequently mentored.

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