Since January Jones formally bid adieu to Betty Draper Francis and the rest of "Mad Men" in May, she's participated in a number of distinctly anti-Betty activities. For starters, she swung by Comic-Con to promote her quirky new show, "Last Man on Earth"; wore a star-printed bathing suit with... Continue reading
If you love the retro style from "Mad Men," here's your chance to own set pieces, props and wardrobe items.
Mad Men always walked a fine line between criticism and examination of the era in which it took place, and stark fetishization of its fashions and style. But while fine lines are...uh...fine while a show’s on the air, once it’s over, the power of nostalgia is always going to win out. Show More Summary
Vincent Kartheiser, Mad Men’s Pete Campbell, plays the English separatist who served as Plymouth Colony’s governor for about 30 years in Nat Geo's first scripted miniseries Saints & Strangers. He says he had been looking to do a very...Show More Summary
'Mad Men' actor filming National Geographic miniseries about Pilgrims.
When I look at Bill Simmons, I see a glimpse of Don Draper. And when I look at HBO, I espy (pun intended) a hint of Megan Calvet. And I suspect that neither of the two quite realizes that they happen to be in the starry-eyed “Zou Bisou Bisou” stage of their relationship. Hold on. Show More Summary
The phrase “user research” makes me think of Mad Men, with women sitting behind a one-way mirror trying on lipstick while men watch (and criticize their appearances). Not surprisingly, this isn’t a good way to think about the concept. User research isn’t just for testing beauty products; it also applies to news sites, apps, and...
Once upon a time, long before we traipsed the curse-filled hills of Game of Thrones or the "shit"-peppered monologues of Mad Men, television was a squeaky-clean environment. If you turned on your TV set in 1969, the odds of hearing someone swear were roughly similar to the odds of getting... More »
Period dramas have seen much success on TV, especially when set in the recent past—see Mad Men, The Americans, and maybe even Halt And Catch Fire (we’ll see how that “assessment” goes). NBC wants to get in on that retro set-design action with a show about one of the lesser-known conflicts of the ’80s: the model wars. Show More Summary
The final episode of "Mad Men" aired two months ago, but there's still time to get a souvenir from the set. ScreenBid, which hosts official auctions for Hollywood studios and networks, is auctioning off 1,385 wardrobe, prop and set pieces from the hit show. The items tend to come from the... Continue reading
The official full-length trailer has been released for Queen Of Earth, Alex Ross Perry’s highly anticipated psychological thriller starring Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss and Inherent Vice’s Katherine Waterston. With its steady, suspenseful...Show More Summary
If you, like me, miss the hell out of Elisabeth Moss after the end of Mad Men earlier this year, then you should check out this trailer for an incredibly creepy IFC movie called Queen of Earth.
Submitted by Ben Hunt via Salient Partners Epsilon Theory blog, My favorite scene from Mad Men is the picnic scene from Season 2. The Draper family enjoys a lovely picnic at some park, and at the conclusion of the meal Don tosses his beer cans into the bushes and Betty just flicks the blanket and leaves all the trash right there on the grass. Show More Summary
Another advertising-themed TV series is following Mad Men off the air. Showtime has canceled its comedy Happyish, the network has confirmed. The series, about a disillusioned ad exec (Steve Coogan), finished its first season last month and won't be renewed for Season 2. Show More Summary
One & Two is a science fiction thriller about two children with supernatural abilities who are kept isolated from the world by their father. The film stars Kiernan Shipka (Mad Men) and Timothée Chalamet (Homeland), and will be released in theaters on online on August 14, 2015 through IFC Films. Imprisoned by their own father […]
As fans of Mad Men have no doubt realized since the show's May finale, Elisabeth Moss withdrawal is a real and very painful thing. Fans of this terrific actress may have perked up this week when news broke that she's onboard for a second season of Top of the Lake,... More »
Imprisoned by their own father on their family’s property, two siblings with terrifying supernatural powers plot their escape and vengeance. One & Two will hit the big screen on August 14th. [IFC Films] The post Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka Becomes Nightcrawler (Kind of) in One & Two [Movie Trailer] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
Mad Men’s Jared Harris has starred in a Funny or Die video explaining how cisgender people can avoid insulting transgender people when talking about Caitlyn Jenner. “Grammar extraordinaire” and Henry Higgins wannabe Harris takes a couple...Show More Summary
There’s an interesting premise set up in this trailer for One & Two, a new movie coming in August. In it, Eva (Kiernan Shipka, Mad Men) and her brother, Zac (Timothée Chalamet) are held captive on their father’s farm. Ostensibly there’s a reason to their father’s overzealous protection of his kids, but his incredibly overbearing, controlling nature […]
A far-fetched pop fantasy involving the collision of 'Girls' and 'Mad Men' is surely something that exists. Thankfully, such a fantasy is somewhat indulged in this week’s episode -- though not lightly. The post ‘Girls’ Breakdown: ‘Free Snacks’ appeared first on Glide Magazine.