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.
Don and Betty Draper's very first home in Mad Men was in Ossining, NY. Throughout the series, the home that was used was located in Pasadena, California. However, in the pilot, a home in New Rochelle, NY was used—and that's what's on the market for $1.15 million right now. [ more › ]
Fox has just revealed the latest trailer for Hitman: Agent 47, their second adaptation of the Hitman video game franchise. Rupert Friend plays as the titular 47, a genetically engineered assassin last seen shooting Don Draper out of a window. Zachary Quinto and Hannah Ware also star. Watch the latest Hitman Agent 47 trailer after the jump. Show More Summary
Even Don Draper meditates. And when he does, the fictional ad titan comes up with a seminal feel-good commercial for Coca-Cola that teaches the world to sing in perfect harmony. Should everybody be saying oooooommmmm? No one is promising that advertising executives, or any other corporate workers, will stumble upon The Next Big Idea by doing yoga. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm may have permanently ended his portrayal of Don Draper on the TV show-turned-cultural touchstone Mad Men, but the massively watched final season has left Jon and the rest of the cast with perhaps their biggest post-season buzz yet. Show More Summary
Nothing shakes up a show that's starting to show some wear quite like some time out of town. Just about every long running series has played this card at one time or another. Don Draper regularly sojourned to California on...
Photos via Liz Rusby What would it look like if Don Draper owned a yurt? According to a tipster who clued us into the listing of 46 Melvin Court in the Oakland Hills, it would look quite a bit like...
When we were approached with an investment opportunity by Matt Van Horn and Nikhil Bhogal in 2014, they started with a single, lighthearted but thought-provoking question: Why does your kitchen look the same as Don Draper’s? There has...Show More Summary
Lessons from the real-life Mad Man who made Don Draper look like a genius
It was a panacea for all those suffering withdrawal symptoms from the end of the adventures of Don Draper & Co., a packed house at the WGA Theater in Beverly Hills for the Writers Guild Foundation’s “Inside the Writers Room...
The Mad Men days are over, Don Draper has been dethroned. Today the most powerful force in advertising is not an executive: it’s you, your friends, your acquaintances, and all the people who populate your social media feeds. This is the basic idea behind influencer marketing—one of the biggest driving forces in advertising strategy today. Show More Summary
If you’ve ever wanted to hear Abbott and Costello’s “Who’s on First?” or the detention scenes from The Breakfast Club re-created by the voices of animated TV characters, well: (a) That's an odd coincidence, and (b) we have both, and more. Voice actors Alex Borstein (Family Guy), John Roberts and Larry... More »
We spoke to Guy Bommarito, the Don Draper of the 90s who created the catchiest meat-related commercial jingle of all time—and the story behind it is fascinating.
Peter and the Starcatcher soars high with laughter and imagination, but Don Draper would prefer a dance with Sweet Charity. Peter and the Starcatcher Royal George Theatre (85 Queen Street, Niagara-on-the-Lake) Runs to Nov. 1 $35 – $116 (plus fees) Sweet Charity Festival Theatre (10 Queen’s Parade, Niagara-on-the-Lake) Runs to Oct. Show More Summary
In true Don Draper style, the list of executive perks for some of adland's top-ranking executives is swanky to say the least. Private jet travel, big car allowances, "golden coffins," and corporate apartments make up some of the perks of advertising's rich and famous. Show More Summary
The South China Sea exceptionalist adventurism could alarmingly get out of hand. If only Mad Men in real life were like Don Draper – channeling his true inner self, after many a rocky season, to finally click on “I’m OK, you’re OK.” Instead, we have a bunch of (Pentagon) madmen provoking every major geostrategic competitor all at once. Show More Summary
What Don Draper's hug means to the changing roles of masculinity. The post The Hug Felt ‘Round the World appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Colonel Sanders, the avuncular, gracious avatar of KFC, is now an antihero Like the Walter Whites, Don Drapers and other brooding semi-villainous protagonists now commonplace in the modern TV drama, Colonel Sanders 2.0 isn't meant to be liked. Show More Summary
Mr. Draper, I don’t know what it is you really believe in but I do know what it feels like to be out of place, to be disconnected, to see the whole world laid out in front of you the way other people live it. There’s something about you that tells me you know it […]