"I have endured a great deal over the last several years in my custody litigation.
Everyone who knows me privately knows that certain people will go to any lengths to embarrass me and to disrupt my relationship with my daughter."In 2012, Ireland talked to about the incident."I've always had a really great relationship with my dad," she said.
" With "Chuck" ending this month, Baldwin has a positive take on the whole experience (especially with it being on the verge of cancellation throughout its run): "My heart was completely broken when ' Firefly' ended.
There was no way that ' Chuck' was going to be as devastating to me or my family as that was." Whether "Firefly" or "Chuck" ever return, Baldwin says his attitude today can be summed up in something a great director, well-known to fans, once told him.
"Even though it's not really sci-fi, it's high-tech nerd, geekalicious spy comedy stuff.
Zachary Levi, being a nerd and having created Nerd HQ, was welcomed into the community, as were the rest of us." Baldwin also pointed out what has changed in the years between "Firefly" and "Chuck." " ' Chuck' fans were particularly active.
If there's one thing I could say to him now, I would say, ' Hey, Stanley, I learned how to be patient.' " It takes one to know one.
When it comes to topics of interest to nerds, geeks, and superfans, we know how true that is. features stories from a nerd's perspective that you can still share with your "normal" friends and family. Basinger filed for divorce from the actor in 2001 and the two fought for custody of their only child at the time, Ireland Baldwin.I wanted her childhood to be full of love and light and animals and friends." in 2013 that the years of divorce litigation marked "a period that was so painful," him that he "was staring off a cliff for six years." The outspoken actor chronicled his custody journey in his 2008 book ."I don't care if the judges and the lawyers die of heart attacks in the process of getting their job done," he said.They went out and bought Subway sandwiches and supporting the sponsors, and that was another big key element.With the rise of social networking, it got back to the powers that be a lot more quickly than strictly e-mails to executives." Even so, the short-lived status of "Firefly" stings to this day, and Baldwin feels the same way the fans do: " ' Chuck' has had a good long run of five years, so we're celebrating that, whereas ' Firefly' was killed in its infancy, before Joss Whedon had a chance to tell those stories.Then in 2007, Baldwin took on the role of no-nonsense NSA Agent John Casey on "Chuck," and another cult hero was born – and this time fans successfully rallied to give the show five seasons.