Alec Baldwin mad at NBC, paps, media, more
Posted April 12, 2012
Alec Baldwin may not like celeb journalists but we love him, especially when he's ticked off.
The 30 Rock star is on another Twitter rant right now.
It started in New York earlier this week and he's continuing now that he has landed in Rome, where he is set to take part in a news conference for his new film, Woody Allen's To Rome With Love.
He was angry first about stalker Genevieve Sabourine. "Isn't it odd when an accused stalker is in handcuffs, being taken away by the cops, yet smiles for the cameras?" he wrote.
Then Baldwin, 54, got angry about journalists who were camped outside his New York apartment building, including a news crew from NBC's Today show, covering the stalker story.
The actor felt he was ambushed by Today when he and fiancée Hilaria Thomas stepped out. "A story about stalking sure brings out the stalkers in the media," he tweeted. "But, the Today Show?"
Baldwin concluded, "I think I'm leaving NBC just in time."
Now, he's tweeting: "So nice to be in Rome, where the paparazzi don't step on a baby to get a photo....."
He added in three separate tweets, "And there's no Today Show in Rome! ... If every entertainment show went off the air tomorrow, ? difference would it make? Every talk show? Political show? Sitcom, for that matter. ... Media in the US is dull. Deadening. uninformative. You're better off with reading. Or radio."
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