Alec Baldwin has made amends with Harvey Weinstein by sending him a handwritten note of apology following a falling out at the Cannes Film Festival in France.
The 30 Rock star is said to have criticised the movie mogul in a scathing rant at a Cannes party earlier this month (May12), calling Weinstein a "d**che bag".
Baldwin subsequently stepped down from presenting a charity auction an amfAR charity event on Thursday (24May12), which Weinstein was co-hosting.
However, the pair has now put the feud behind them after Baldwin apologised to Weinstein in a note, which read, "HW, my apology to you and congratulations on a successful event," according to the New York Post.
Baldwin's publicist Matthew Hiltzik tells The Hollywood Reporter, "This non-issue has been resolved. The film (Baldwin is making at Cannes) and the fundraising are far more important and interesting than this."
Weinstein adds in a statement, "Alec couldn't have been more gracious. We all lose our tempers sometime; trust me I have, too. We all appreciated his generosity to everyone at amfAR."
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