Alec Baldwin Reveals His Favorite Alec Baldwin Movie, His Best Co-Star Kiss, and 36 Other Personal Favorites
For whatever reason -- boredom on the Bop Decameron set, boredom with Italy in general -- Alec Baldwin has chosen to answer dozens of rapid-fire questions posed by his fans on Twitter in the past 24 hours, ranging from "Who was your favorite onscreen kisser?" to "What is your favorite sexual position?" Oh, and in between, he lists his favorite movies of all time. Check out the information below and see just how well you know the Emmy-decorated actor. This information could come in handy if Trivial Pursuit ever releases a Celebrity Twitter Feed edition.
Favorite James Dean movie: East of Eden
The most beautiful black actress he would like to work with "that is NOT Halle Berry": Jennifer Hudson
Most underrated director: Walter Hill
Favorite film title sequence: To Kill a Mockingbird
Favorite Star Wars movie: The Empire Strikes Back
Favorite professional wrestler: Nacho Libre
Favorite Alec Baldwin movie: Glengarry Glen Ross
Favorite drug: Turkish taffy
Favorite French-Candian: Guy Lafleur
Favorite Sissy Spacek film: Affliction, The River, Coal Miner's Daughter
Favorite beard: Santa Claus or Scott Chaskey
Favorite Republican: Lincoln
How he takes his coffee: "Like my women. Expensive and bitter."
Favorite Sexual Position: "The Hallway"
Favorite Michael Douglas movie: The Game
Favorite Johnny Depp movie: Sweeney Todd
Favorite Star Trek movie: Wrath of Khan
Favorite Michael Caine movie: Hannah and Her Sisters
Favorite Denzel Washington movie: Malcolm X
Favorite Steve McQueen movie: Papillon
Favorite Kate Winslet performance: "All of them."
Favorite Jack Nicholson movie: Ironweed
Favorite Coen brothers movie: Miller's Crossing or Barton Fink
Favorite Robert De Niro movie: Awakenings
Favorite Martin Scorsese movie: The Age of Innocence
Favorite Hitchcock movie: Strangers on a Train
Favorite Cary Grant movie: Notorious
Favorite Audrey Hepburn movie: Wait Until Dark
Favorite Leonardo DiCaprio movie: What's Eating Gilbert Grape
Favorite Al Pacino movie: Panic in Needle Park
Favorite Tom Hanks movie: Castaway
Favorite Humphrey Bogart movie: The Treasure of the Sierra Madre
Favorite Bond movie: Thunderball ("just for the title song with Tom Jones.")
Favorite John Wayne movie: Red River
Favorite Clint Eastwood movie: The Outlaw Josey Wales
Best on-screen kisser: Susanna Thompson (Ghosts of Mississippi)
Most prized memento from a movie set: A photo from Miami Blues
Favorite Reality Show: Hoarders
Not bad! You have to respect Baldwin for some off the beaten path choices like Awakenings, Ironweed and Panic in Needle Park for favorite De Niro, Nicholson and Pacino films, respectively. Also, who doesn't love Hoarders?