If you've always wondered what it's like to walk in Don Draper's shoes - or Betty's or Ken Cosgrove's - thanks to an upcoming auction of "Mad Men" props, set pieces and costumes, you may have the opportunity to find out.
Don Draper would never make it as a modern marketer. While he may have been advertising gold in his time, things have changed—a lot—since then. The modern marketer has a lot more on their plate than a catchy jingle and … Read More
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
Johanna Draper Carlson on Love Stage!! Vol. 1. Emilia on The Photographer. James Kaplan on Wolf #1. I don't have much interest in alternative versions of well-known superheroes, but I'm sort of intrigued by how popular they are considering...Show More Summary
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
A throwback clip fit for Don Draper himself.
Don Draper, meet Amazing Amy.
"If you don't like what's being said, change the conversation."—Don Draper, Mad Men Caitlyn Jenner received the Arthur Ashe Courage Award on Wednesday night at the ESPY Awards. Jenner is the 1976 Olympic decathlon gold medalist who represented...Show More Summary
Matt Weiner interviewed by his sister Allison Hope-Weiner Jon Hamm, as Don Draper, deserves a happy ending. Not what he got. No woman to call his own. Don was no more promiscuous than Pete Campbell (Vincent Kartheiser) and Roger Sterling...Show More Summary
Mad Men meets Modern Men in this mashup that pits Mad Men scenes against modern technology and culture. A depressed Don Draper watches daytime TV as guests on The Maury Show describe their fear of mustard and pickles, but not ketchup. Show More Summary
Just because it’s not 1963 doesn’t mean you can’t exercise your Don Draper drinking powers. We’ve come to think of alcohol as the ultimate companion. If you think about it, it’s always there when you’re having a good time. It eliminates...Show More Summary
There are a lot of shitty men on TV. In its simplest form, the so-called golden age of television is basically a timeline demarcated by Tony Soprano, Don Draper and Walter White. The past decade of programming has been colored by a clear...Show More Summary
Don Draper stole another man's identity. Again. Professional charming man Jon Hamm gave a very convincing Bill Hader impression during a recent stop on the "Trainwreck" publicity tour. Hamm and Amy Schumer chatted with "Extra" interviewer...Show More Summary
Finally, Don Draper takes on someone else's identity in a non-depressing way. Bill Hader can impersonate many different people. But what happens when one of the world's most recognizable actors impersonates him? And in an official interview to promote a new movie no less. Show More Summary
Post by Adriana Velez. Yet another longtime Hollywood couple is splitting up. Star magazine is reporting that Jon Hamm and Jennifer Westfeldt have broken up after 16 years as a couple. No, don't let it be true! Here's the thing, though -- neither Hamm nor Westfeldt have confirmed the breakup. Show More Summary
In alphabetical order, here are 11 TV-themed tours that, this summer, just might make you feel like Tony Soprano, Daenerys Targaryen or Don Draper.
If I ever find out these babies weren't really pooping, Pampers, I swear to God I will a) not have kids and b) use Huggies if one happens by accident. This is a commercial. I'm not going to sugarcoat that. It's a commercial for baby poop wipes from the baby poop products company Pampers. Show More Summary
"I need you to go and get a cardboard box. Then put your things in it." Don Draper to Pete Campbell, Mad Men, Season 1, "New Amsterdam" You've heard about Taylor Swift's leadership in the soft power of artist rights. You may not have heard about the commercial collision--literally--at the heart of the conflict. Show More Summary
Mad Men may have recently ended but Jon Hamm learned a thing or two from his character Don Draper. Recently promoting the animated movie Minions, Hamm brushed up on his sartorial basics. Attending the Los Angeles premiere, the 44 year-old actor donned a check neutral colored suit, accessorized with a pocket square and aviator sunglasses. Show More Summary
Still mourning the loss of ‘Mad Men?’ Well, two of next year’s most anticipated series pick up right where Don Draper left off—one about the birth of hip-hop, the other on porn.