Alec Baldwin and Harvey Weinstein have apparently buried the hatchet on a fight started by the short-fused 30 Rock actor at the Cannes Film Festival, the New York Post reports.
Earier this week, THR reported Baldwin's profane rant against the mogul at a May 17 Calvin Klein party, where he told anyone who would listen what a "douche bag" Weinstein is.
“I don’t care who knows,” he declared. “After the success he had at Cannes last year and all the f---ing Oscars, he’s still a f---ing douche bag! I can’t believe it.”
The source of Baldwin's spite: Weinstein's decision to opt out of participating in Seduced and Abandoned, the Cannes documentary he’s shooting with director James Toback about financing films at the fest.
According to the Post's Page Six column, Baldwin was removed as Weinstein's co-host for Thursday's amfAR's Cannes party because of his tirade; instead, he showed up as a guest, writing a note to Weinstein that read: "HW, my apology to you and congratulations on a successful event."
“Alec couldn’t have been more gracious," Weinstein said in a statement. "We all lose our tempers sometime; trust me I have, too. We all appreciated his generosity to everyone at amfAR.”
Reps for Baldwin and Weinstein did not immediately respond to THR's requests for comment.