An Alec Baldwin film once dubbed by the New York Post as "so bad it is unreleasable" is... being released. The Devil and Daniel Webster, produced, directed and starring Baldwin, is sneaking into (precious few) theaters this Friday the 13th, six years after it wrapped (and years after Baldwin hoped it was dead and buried). Now titled Shortcut to Happiness, the flick has been stripped of Baldwin's producer-director credit, though he's still on screen (alongside Anthony Hopkins, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Kim Cattrall, Dan Aykroyd and Jason Patric). "Alec doesn't recommend unrecognizable films to his fans," a pal of his scoffs to the Post.
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