It's been more than 20 years since New York-mainstays Alec Baldwin and Woody Allen joined forces on a feature film, but that's about to change.
The "30 Rock" icon — who last worked with Allen on "Alice" in 1990 — has officially committed to star in Woody's next flick, an untitled comedy that will shoot in Rome, Deadline reports.
Allen has just started to put this film together (maybe that's why it still doesn't have a name), though word on the street is that the director already has his sights set on another male lead du jour, "The Social Network"'s Jesse Eisenberg.
Whoa. Allen must some snazzy dialogue up his sleeve to handle those two fast-talkers. And they'd be joining Penelope Cruz, who's also lining up for a second outing with Allen.
But we'll have to wait a while to see which of them triumphs in the verbal banter department, as Baldwin still has to shoot the "Rock of Ages" musical with Julianne Hough, Tom Cruise, Mary J. Blige, Russell Brand and possibly Amy Adams.
In other words, Baldwin is a busy man.