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You Guys, Betty Draper Just Killed Don Draper on The Last Man on Earth

More than a year after Mad Men's final episode, stars January Jones and Jon Hamm have reunited! Jones has been flexing her comedy muscles as Melissa on The Last Man on Earth for the past couple years, and in Sunday's season three premiere, she shoots an intruder in the chest. Show More Summary

How to Get Jon Hamm’s Style

Most famous for his portrayal of the charismatic and suave Don Draper in the AMC drama Mad Men, Jon Hamm is most definitely one of the... The post How to Get Jon Hamm’s Style appeared first on The Idle Man.

Matthew Weiner, the creator of 'Mad Men,' will publish a novel

Matthew Weiner, the creator of “Mad Men,” the stylish television series that introduced America to handsome, hard-drinking advertising executive Don Draper and his friends (and enemies), will release his debut novel next year. Little, Brown and Co. announced that it will publish Weiner’s “Heather,...

Ballers Recap: Sterling Cooper Strasmore Pryce

How dare Ballers get this good this late in the season? How dare it! I wish the last two episodes had been the first two episodes because this is some season three Mad Men realness. Dwayne "Ska?a" Johnson is serving up a Don Draper extravaganza. I love when things on ... More »

MISTER, WE COULD USE AN AD MAN LIKE DON DRAPER AGAIN. James Lileks on modern advertising: Here’s yo…

MISTER, WE COULD USE AN AD MAN LIKE DON DRAPER AGAIN. James Lileks on modern advertising: Here’s your Male Archetype 2016: big hole in his ear, inked arm, curated beard, ineffably self-satisfied, involved in artisanal jams but yet bacon-aware because he’s a Man, and concerned with sustainability because he wears only thrifted tees. We’re supposed […]

The Top 100 Movie Quotes for HR Pros: #71 is Don Draper: "That's What the Money Is For"...

New series at the Capitalist: The Top 100 Movie Quotes of all time for HR Pros. In no special order, I break down the 100 movie quotes that resonate most for me as a career HR pro. Some will be...

The Big Reveal Is Dead. Long Live Collaboration.

When most people think about working with a creative agency, Don Draper's nostalgic, cinematic client presentations come to mind immediately. When I was watching that show I always thought to myself: this is great, but it's doing more harm than good. Show More Summary

The CallBack: Starz's Survivors Remorse Star Teyonah Parris Talks Season 3, The Tough Road to Acting, Plus not Receiving a Callback for A Year

I've been A Teyonah Parris fan since she brought Dawn Chambers to life on a little show called Mad Men. The first black woman to work for fictional character Don Draper at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, was feisty, beautiful, and smart, yet real. Show More Summary

Marketing Technology is Changing the World. And Marketers Are Getting Left Behind.

By Katherine Ogburn, Director of Strategy, Ready State In an early episode of Mad Men, Don Draper spars with a researcher about the value of the customer insights she’d collected. Don argued that creatives need to show the future, not the past, and that data couldn’t show a brand where to go. Marketing has evolved a lot over the last 50 years. Show More Summary

The 13 biggest executive perks packages in advertising, ranked by extravagance

While most advertising agency executives receive modest compensation packages compared to other industries, some of Adland's top stars receive perks that hark back to the "Don Draper" era. Our ranking of the biggest benefits packages...Show More Summary

'Mad Men's' Matthew Weiner talks directing 'Orange Is the New Black's' most gut-wrenching episode yet

A year after Don Draper bought the world a Coke in the series finale of “Mad Men,” his creator Matthew Weiner has returned to television — not as a writer or showrunner but as a director on Netflix’s prison dramedy “Orange Is the New Black.”  Weiner helmed the penultimate installment of Season...

Matthew Weiner goes from 'Mad Men' to 'Orange Is the New Black'

A year after Don Draper bought the world a Coke in the series finale of “Mad Men,” his creator Matthew Weiner has returned to television — not as a writer or showrunner but as a director on Netflix’s prison dramedy “Orange Is the New Black.”  Weiner helmed the penultimate installment of Season...

If Don Draper Can’t Sell Donald Trump’s Campaign, That’s Saying Something

Draper Sterling's Leaked Pitch For The Trump Campaign from Funny Or Die Word that Donald Trump employed a "Mad Men"-like firm called Draper Sterling inspired Funny Or Die to imagine Don Draper pitching the Republican candidate's campaign. So...Show More Summary

Draper Sterling's Leaked Pitch For The Trump Campaign

3 months agoHumor : Funny or Die

Draper Sterling's Leaked Pitch For Th... 1:33 The real reason Donald Trump was paying money to the Draper Sterling company. Submitted by: Funny Or Die Regular Keywords: Sterling Draper Trump Donald Trump Mad Men Jon Hamm Don Draper Make America Great Again Republican GOP Hats Advertising Political Campaign Ad Agency Campaign Corey Lewandowski Views: 16

Jon Hamm Is Finally Starring in a Comedy, and Here Is the Trailer

In the new trailer for Keeping Up With the Joneses, Isla Fisher and Zach Galifianakis play an ordinary couple whose suburban life is turned upside down when Wonder Woman and Don Draper—sorry, Gal Gadot and Jon Hamm—move into the house across the street. Show More Summary

See Jon Hamm & Gal Gadot as Sexy Spies in 'Keeping Up with the Joneses' Photos

3 months agoEntertainment / Film : Moviefone

Yes, Don Draper and Wonder Woman do make a super hot couple. Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot are two of the stars of "Keeping Up with the Joneses," a comedy coming to theaters this October. They share top billing with the equally amazing Zach...Show More Summary

GQ’s Profile of Hope Hicks Tells Us a Lot About Trump’s View of Women

Sam Nunberg, a former political adviser to Donald Trump, once told the campaign’s press secretary, Hope Hicks, “You’re like my Peggy, like I’m Don Draper.” As reporter Olivia Nuzzi points out this week in a revealing GQ profile of Hicks,...Show More Summary

TV Club: It’s getting harder to care about the characters on Feed The Beast

When we find ourselves rooting for deeply flawed protagonists, it’s usually because they’re charismatic and good at what they do, even if what they do is very bad. A Tony Soprano or Al Swearengen or Don Draper who bungles the simplest of tasks isn’t likely to hold our interest or sympathy for long. Show More Summary

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