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In 1996 Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore starred in “The Juror,” an uninspired thriller (with the unfortunate ad line “There is no defense”) in which she played a single mom blackmailed by his Mafia hitman into swaying the jury she’s on, lest he kill her son. Both actors had just passed the crest of their brief big-screen stardom, though that wasn’t necessarily evident at the time, even if “The Juror” certainly didn’t help keep them at the top.
Two decades later, Baldwin is something of an institution — albeit mostly for TV comedy, not a path one would have anticipated back then — while Moore, though she’s worked sporadically, feels like a missing person in any recent pop-culture census. The difference in their career arcs can be attributed to many things, an obvious one being Hollywood’s greater willingness to grant a second act to male stars who’ve aged out of their initial hunkdom, as »
- Dennis Harvey
Warning: The above video clip contains explicit language.
In the upcoming film Blind, wealthy socialite Suzanne Dutchman (Moore) is tasked with reading to blind novelist Bill Oakland (Baldwin) as part of a plea deal after being linked to her husband’s insider trading.
In an exclusive clip from the film, Baldwin and Moore’s characters go head-on in a scathing conversation during one of their weekly reading sessions.
“Oh my dear, even a visually impaired man can see what you’re all about,” Bill says to Suzanne.
From Pen: Glenn Close »
- Alexis Chestnov
Twenty years later, the two are in another movie together Blind.
Catch the trailer now.
A novelist blinded in a car crash (Alec Baldwin) which killed his wife rediscovers his passion for both life and writing when he embarks on an affair with the neglected wife (Demi Moore) of an indicted businessman (Dylan McDermott).
The Vertical Entertainment film opens in theaters July 14th.
- Michelle Hannett
Vertical Entertainment has acquired the North American rights to “Blind,” a romantic drama starring Demi Moore, Alec Baldwin and Dylan McDermott, TheWrap has learned. “Blind” reunites Moore and Baldwin after they appeared opposite each other in the 1996 thriller “The Juror.” Foresight Unlimited will be selling the international rights to the film directed by Michael Mailer at the Berlin market, it was announced Wednesday night, and Vertical is targeting a late summer/early fall 2017 theatrical release. Also Read: Watch Alec Baldwin Bust Out Donald Trump Impression at NYC Protest (Video) According to the studio’s description, “Blind” tells the story of »
- Debbie Emery
Manuel here starting off the year with a lot of questions. They are in reaction to this upcoming film titled Blind. It stars, as you'll see in the poster below, Alec Baldwin and Demi Moore. Who knew that people were clamoring for a reteaming of the stars of The Juror (aka the film that, alongside Striptease earned Ms. Moore a Razzie Award way back she was an undisputed movie star whose flops encouraged scorn and snickering all around Hollywood).
I ran across the poster and had to look up the film's synopsis. Thankfully, it didn't disappoint »
- Manuel Betancourt
5 items from 2017
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