Not that it was a Dunne deal to start with. (Not sorry.)
Fun fact: Jon Hamm was allegedly supposed to be Ben Affleck in Gone Girl. Except Mad Men made that impossible. According to a source for Page Six, Hamm could not take on the role of Nick Dunne because of his pesky contract with AMC that creator Matt Weiner would not change. Show More Summary
Ahead of the final season airing of Mad Men, actors Jon Hamm and John Slattery were on hand as AMC donated costumes and props from the show to the Smithsonian National Museum of American History on Friday, March 27, 2015. The piecesShow More Summary
Jon Hamm, Matt Bomer, and Jamie Dornan. Alison Brie, Lupita Nyong’o, and Jennifer Lawrence. YOU MUST CHOOSE.
Last year, Gone Girl became far and away director David Fincher's biggest box office hit. Stars Rosamund Pike and Ben Affleck garnered rave reviews for their portrayal of the Dunne's, the most dysfunctional couple you'll ever hope to meet, but the male lead, Nick, was almost played by Jon Hamm. Show More Summary
Zendaya on her many hairstyles: "It's called a wig, people" - Us Weekly Dating tips straight from a Game of Thrones actress - HuffPost Celebrity Henry Cavill pops up at a London award show - Lainey Gossip Jon Hamm reveals the big role...Show More Summary
Now that the beginning of the end upon is us, Mad Men news and theories about the fate of Don Draper—and just about every other character on the show—will be clogging news feeds for weeks to come. But what of the actors who play them?...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm, who recently completed a 30-day stint in rehab, is headed to our televisions on April 5 in the return of AMC's Mad Men. But why wasn't he headed to our movie screens back on October 3 when Gone Girl c ame out ? Hmm. A good question. Read more...
Ben Affleck’s trademark doofy smile has skewed impressions of him: despite being one of the smarter forces in Hollywood, his characters can seem ineffectual… Read More
It’s the end of an era as AMC’s hit series Mad Men—and its tormented protagonist, Don Draper—come to a close. Jon Hamm reflects on his iconic ad man.
“Jon Hamm was up for a starring role in the smash hit movie ‘Gone Girl,’ but wasn’t allowed to do the film because ‘Mad Men’ creator Matt Weiner wouldn’t let him out of his contractual obligations to his series,” reports...
Page Six reports that Jon Hamm was vying for Ben Affleck's starring Gone Girl role, but Matthew Weiner said no way. Mad Men's shooting schedule and contractual obligations proved to be insurmountable obstacles. "Jon was really upset about it at the time — and is still upset, because he's thinking... More »
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Jon Hamm shows off his handsome smile at the Smithsonian National Museum of American History on Friday afternoon (March 27) in Washington D.C. The 44-year-old actor was joined by his co-stars Christina Hendricks and John Slattery as objects from their show became part of a display. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jon Hamm [...]
Hey, isn’t that … cast members from AMC’s “Mad Men” touring the White House on Friday afternoon? The gang from Sterling-Cooper-Draper-Pryce (or whatever it is these days) was spotted visiting 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Friday, following a ceremony at the Smithsonian where they donated props from the show to the museum’s collection. Jon Hamm, the […]
You wouldn’t think Björk would come up during a panel discussion about Mad Men, but that’s just what happened at the Film Independent at “LACMA: A Tribute to Mad Men,” when Matthew Weiner and Jon Hamm chatted about the season-five finale episode “The Phantom.” The episode ends with Nancy Sinatra’s... More »
When viewers tune in to watch Don Draper drink heavily in the final season of Mad Men, premiering next Sunday, April 5, they will do so with the knowledge that Jon Hamm, who portrays the now-iconic 1960s ad man, has just emerged from a stint in rehab for alcoholism. Show More Summary
The series, which revived the fashion and pop culture of a tumultuous decade and reminded viewers of the racism and sexism of the era, begins its final seven episodes on April 5.
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Not much has been said about it, and it should be said: Jon Hamm did something pretty unbelievable this week. Just 24 hours after the sensitive news broke that he had finished...