- Alec Baldwin — who was ripped off in an art-forgery scam — is making a film about the sketchy world of fake art.
- In 2016, the “30 Rock” actor sued a gallery for selling him a counterfeit of what he believed to be a 1996 painting, “Sea and Mirror” by Ross Bleckner, for $190,000.
- Now Page Six is told that he’s working on a film based on a 2012 Vanity Fair story, “A Question of Provenance,” by Michael Shnayerson.
- We’re told that Baldwin is teaming up with former Paramount exec and Jean-Michel Basquiat dealer and collector Andy Terner on the documentary.
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