(USA TODAY) That rogue Alec Baldwin can sweep you off your feet - just ask his pregnant wife, Hilaria.
The Baldwins are in Cannes in the south of France today for the annual film-festival shenanigans, which typically features photo calls with a massive crowd of shoving, shouting, sweating photogs.
Dutifully, Baldwin, 55, and his wife, 29, turned up at the photo call to supportSeduced and Abandoned, the revealingly funny documentary film about director James Toback's and Baldwin's quest at last year's Cannes Film Festival to sell aLast Tango in Paris-style film starring (who else?) Alec Baldwin.
The couple also appeared on the red carpet Monday night for the premiere of the new filmBlood Ties.
The New York Daily Newsreported last week that the Baldwins seemed to be having a heated discussion while walking their two dogs on a city street, but they were both in good moods for Cannes, especially the glowing Hilaria, who's due in August.
At one point during the photo call, Baldwin beamed and easilyswepthis wife up into his arms, where it was possible to see clearly that yoga instructor Hilaria hasn't given up tottering heels just because she's six months pregnant.
While the two smooched, the photodogs bayed and snapped. Baldwin wore sunglasses and a navy jacket and she wore a gorgeous teal-blue silk sleeveless dress with a black waistband. It's not an accident that she was recently named onVanity Fair'slistof the best-dressed pregnant celebs.
Seduced, an HBO project, is a reality-bites look at how movies really get made (Hint: it's all about the money). It follows Baldwin around Cannes in 2012 as he bounces between yachts and hotels taking meetings and trying to pitch a movie he hopes to get financed calledLast Tango in Tikrit. (That's in Iraq.)
The film features interviews by Baldwin with such Hollywood fixtures as Francis Ford Coppola, Roman Polanski and Martin Scorsese, plus actors Ryan Gosling and Jessica Chastain.
AsTheGuardianpointed out in its review, it's not clear whether Baldwin is supposed to be serious about hisTangoor if the documentary is meant to be his ticket back to movie stardom after years on series TV and the colossal success of NBC's30 Rock.
But it's still an "endlessly revealing guilty-pleasure documentary," the paper said.