Look Who's Talking (1989)
Alec Baldwin lends his voice to The Boss Baby - and here's the first trailer...
The last film from DreamWorks Animation as it passes from 20th Century Fox distributing its movies to Universal Pictures ownership will be The Boss Baby, a new comedy from the director of the three Madagascar movies. That director would be Tom McGrath, as it happens.
The set-up is a 7-year old boy, who is hardly bursting with happiness at the thought of his new baby brother. And before you can say Look Who's Talking boxset, we learn that the new baby can talk. And in this case, he has the voice of Donald Trump's current best chum, Alec Baldwin. See, we're doing politics and everything now.
In the nicest sense, the newly released first trailer thus far makes the film look very DreamWorks-y, Take a mooch and see what you think....
Here's the official synopsis for it too,
The character actor passed away in his sleep at his home in New Jersey on Tuesday morning (January 26), his daughter Carol Vigoda Fuchs tells The Associated Press.
The Brooklyn, New York native began acting in the theatre as a teen and went on to establish himself with parts in Broadway productions of Marat/Sade, The Man in the Glass Booth, Inquest, and Tough to Get Help.
However, his breakout role came after he was cast as veteran mobster Salvatore Tessio in Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather in 1972.
He also featured in a flashback sequence at the end of The Godfather Part II, and later became known for his portrayal of Detective Sergeant Phil Fish on 1970s sitcom Barney Miller and its spin-off series, Fish.
Vigoda's other film credits include Cannonball Run II, Look Who's Talking, and Joe Versus the Volcano.
By Lee Pfeiffer
Abe Vigoda, whose hang-dog expression and low-key mannerisms help propel him to fame, has passed away at age 94. Vigoda toiled in films and TV without notable success until director Francis Ford Coppola cast him in the key role of Tessio, a mob lieutenant in the Corleone crime family in the 1972 classic "The Godfather". Tessio was one of the most trusted "employees" of the Corleone family but following the death of its patriarch Vito Corleone, Tessio is discovered to be planning the assassination of the new godfather, Michael Corleone. Memorably he is led away to his execution with typical understated emotion. Vigoda's stock in the film industry rose immediately and he became a popular character actor, appearing in such films as "The Cheap Detective", "The Don is Dead", "Newman's Law", "Look Who's Talking" and "The Cannonball Run II
Abe Vigoda was born February 24, 1921 in New York City, to Lena (Moses) and Samuel Vigoda, both Russian Jewish immigrants. His father was a tailor on the Lower East Side. The actor made his first stage appearance at the age of 17 and performed n small theater shows for over 20 years. He had roles in notable off-Broadway productions such as "Richard III" in 1960 and 1961, "The Cherry Orchard" in 1962-63, "A Darker Flower" in 1963 and "The Cat and the Canary" in 1965. The actor made his Broadway debut with a role in a revival of "The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul
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Alley, who admitted to ETonline that she is a "huge fan" of the ABC comedy was thrilled to be able to share so many scenes with Patricia Heaton. "I adore her," the Look Who's Talking star spilled. "She really is a genius and she makes it look so easy and I'm very much in awe of her work so I just jumped at the chance and they wrote it for me… And I just laughed out loud when I read the script and I was excited to join in."
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