Jon Hamm has accomplished many things in the time that we’ve known and admired him, from working as an ad executive in the ’60s to having one of the best minor roles in the Wet Hot American Summer Netflix series. But there is one frontier Hamm has yet to conquer: holographic technology. The actor is in talks to star in the sci-fi drama Marjorie Prime, in which he would play a hologram — a “hologrhamm,” if you will.
No one knew for certain if Wet Hot American Summer could pull off its prequel reunion series on Netflix, but by the full trailer, the First Day of Camp looks like everything we’ve dreamed. See the star-studded cast reunited (and joined by some other ridiculously famous folk) for our first official trailer, along with a slick new poster!
Second bananas should not become first bananas — even if they enjoy eating bananas and saying “Banana!” and kind of look like bananas. That is the lesson of Minions, which takes the lovably inept sidekicks from the Despicable Me series and thrusts them into the spotlight to punishing effect. In the right context, the Minions can be amusing. But the right context is definitely not a rambling 90-minute feature.
Far from any LOST or even Breaking Bad, last night’s Mad Men series finale still inspired the lion’s share of debate today, the final moments of “Person to Person” proving just vague enough for a few open interpretations. Now, Don Draper himself, Jon Hamm has revealed his own insight into the Mad Men ending, including thoughts on the characters’ future thereafter.
At long last, Don Draper and his fellow Mad Men have brought AMC's touchstone drama to a close. Tonight's series finale brought plenty of change, heartbreak and death, but how did the former folk of Sterling-Cooper close out the series? Learn every Mad Men fate by our full review of tonight's series finale "Person to Person"!
The final seven episodes of AMC’s Mad Men have felt noticeably … well, “business as usual,” and very little like we’ve come to expect from a landmark series with so few hours left. Now, last night’s “Time & Life” finally got down to finale business, bringing us some major change that points toward the series finale, and killing off a series-long name to do it.
Mad Men will close the doors of Sterling-Cooper for good in just a few weeks' time, but did you know that the Emmy-winning AMC prestige drama was written in 1999, and rejected everywhere until 2006? Or that an episode paid a cool $250K for a single Beatles song? These are just some of the Mad minutes awaiting you in the third episode of ‘You Think You Know TV?,’ which clears the smoke to pitch you some fresh facts about Mad Men!
The end of an era has begun, now that Mad Men pulled back the curtain on its final seven episodes with Sunday's "Severance," but could Matthew Weiner really top the season 7 shocker of "Waterloo"? Why, yes! Find out who died, who hooked up, and just how many mustaches have been put on the table by our full Sterling-Cooper report!
Our first look at the final seven episodes of AMC’s Mad Men proved colorful, if not particularly insightful into the “End of an Era” promised by producers. Now, the whole swingin’ ‘60s gang has arrived to party in the full gallery of cast photos, so...
AMC’s Mad Men historically keeps airtight of spoilers in advance of its upcoming seasons, but with only seven episodes remaining in the “End of an Era,” standards and dress codes have relaxed a bit. Gaze into the wild blue yonder of Don Draper’s future with the first photos from Mad Men’s final seven episodes!