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Alec Baldwin Will Host Saturday Night Live for the 17th Time Next Month

23 January 2017 9:14 AM, PST | PEOPLE.com | See recent PEOPLE.com news »

He’s back!

Alec Baldwin will return to host Saturday Night Live for the 17th time on Feb. 11, NBC announced Monday.

Baldwin, 58, holds the record for the most times hosting the late-night live sketch comedy and variety show, followed closely by Steve Martin, who has hosted 15 times.

Ed Sheeran will serve as musical guest for Baldwin, who first hosted the show in October of 1990 whilst promoting The Hunt for Red October. He was 32 at the time and best known for Beetlejuice and Working Girl. (The episode played up the actor’s good looks in a “Handsome Actor” skit.)

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- Aurelie Corinthios

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John McTiernan's first project in 14 years is an awesome video game ad

18 January 2017 6:51 AM, PST | JoBlo.com | See recent JoBlo news »

John McTiernan is back…sort of!  The director of hits like Die Hard, Predator and The Hunt For Red October hasn’t given us any kind of project in well over a decade, but that hiatus is over (sort of) and the acclaimed director has graced us with his most recent project: a commercial for the video game Ghost Recon: Wildlands. Watch it below! Okay, I know it’s... Read More »

- Matt Rooney

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John McTiernan's first film in 14 years is Ghost Recon promo

17 January 2017 12:17 PM, PST | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Matthew Byrd Jan 18, 2017

Die Hard director John McTiernan was the man behind a videogame promo released earlier this year...

Director John McTiernan may have three excellent action films on his resume (Die Hard, Predator, and The Hunt For Red October), but that resume only consists of 11 feature length movies. In fact, the last film we received from the legendary director was 2003's Basic. Since then, McTiernan's career has gone as silent as the Red October (partly due to his incarceration, which he continues to protest). 

As such, you would think that the first John McTiernan directed live-action piece in 14 years would be a cause for uproarious celebration that would have genre fans lining up around the block. Instead, that release took the form of a Ghost Recon: Wildlands trailer quietly uploaded online earlier this year. 

Yes, it turns out that the incredible live-action short intended to promote Ubisoft's next entry »

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