Former Syracuse guard Eric Devendorf returns to his alma mater for a new role with the men's basketball program. He chats with Cuse TV at Orange Madness at the Carrier Dome.
Mads Mikkelsen has made a career out of taking monsters—Bond villains, refined cannibals, bizarro chicken men—and presenting them sympathetically. So it’s not surprising that the actor asserted that his Doctor Strange character, Kaecilius,...Show More Summary
Deadline reports that comedy legend Carol Burnett is coming back to TV. ABC has given a put-pilot commitment to a new sitcom starring Burnett, written by Mad Men’s Michael Saltzman, and executive produced by Amy Poehler. The new series...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm - very, very well-endowed Mad Men actor - wasn't ready to lose his virginity. His story - a common one - is pretty cringeworthy, too. During an interview with Elle, Hamm was asked about what he'd do differently about losing...Show More Summary
Stephen Freitas, Chief Marketing Officer, Outdoor Advertising Association of America Before the onset of technology, media planners had it easy. A few phone calls, a few million dollars, and the buy was done. We all saw Mad Men – those were the good old days. Today is a different story. Show More Summary
The second time I was diagnosed with a mood disorder, I got help and my life improved immeasurably. The post Depression, Springsteen and Me: On Moods and Madness appeared first on The Good Men Project.
So, Jon Hamm is fully embracing his kooky side now, huh? Sometime between Palisades Park Pet Patrol and Mad Men, old chums Hamm and Jimmy Fallon teamed up for another television project, but this time under a more soapy classification — the duo headlined the wacky '90s soap opera In ... More »
Swell Mad Men alumni Jon Hamm and John Slattery are currently serving as (very silly) understudies for their friends' leading roles on Oh, Hello on Broadway, but perhaps the silliest events surrounding the casting occurred when John Mulaney and Nick Kroll officially approached him to join the production. You see, ... More »
Jon Hamm may put his (devastatingly handsome) best face forward, but he has inner demons like the rest of us (though even his demons are probably also handsome). In an interview with fashion site Mr. Porter, the 45-year-old Mad Men actor opened up about his battle with alcoholism, his visit to rehab last year, and fighting stigma attached to both. Show More Summary
Martha is one of those celebs who looks reliably fab, and I am happy to note that her Streak of Fabulousness continues here. With bonus Stan from Mad Men! Read More...
Keeping Up with the Joneses star, Jon Hamm links up with Mr Porter for a new feature. Becoming synonymous with classic men’s style, thanks to his Mad Men character, Don Draper, Hamm is best suited for several of the season’s best looks. Show More Summary
Jon Hamm hasn't had the easiest couple years, but he's getting refreshingly frank about the experience. The 45-year-old "Mad Men" actor has talked to fashion site Mr. Porter's The Journal about when he went to rehab for alcohol addiction...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm is not afraid of his flaws. In fact, the Mad Men star is not ashamed to face his demons head on as he went to rehab in 2015 for alcoholism, and continues to go to therapy on a consistent basis. Opening up to Mr. Porter's The Journal, the 45-year-old explained his relationship with rehab, and [...]
We talk to a design nerd after our own hearts Attention: If you are notorious perfectionist and Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner, stop reading this right now, because what follows is probably going to upset you. Herman Miller archivist...Show More Summary
Jon Hamm isn't afraid to face his flaws, albeit in therapy or in rehab. The Mad Men star admitted himself into a 30-day treatment facility for alcohol addiction in February 2015, and tells Net-a-Porter's The Journalthat rehab "works."...Show More Summary
AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire was something of a joke for its first season, with its goofy title, played-out 1980s period setting, and mind-numbing concept–Mad Men, but with computers. But the second season retooled to focus on the partnership...Show More Summary
The Walking Dead is bracing Mad Men levels of cryptic with every new tease from Season 7, but more than a few cracks are starting to show. Case in point, two more synopses from the season have hit the web, and it looks like we’ll be seeing the new communities sooner than expected. Continue reading…
Despite the arbitrary beauty standards constantly hurled at young women, powerhouse vocalist JoJo has found a way to become truly comfortable in her own skin. The artist stopped by The Huffington Post on Tuesday to discuss “Mad Love,”...Show More Summary
Welcome to Random Roles, wherein we talk to actors about the characters who defined their careers. The catch: They don’t know beforehand what roles we’ll ask them to talk about. Amy Landecker took awhile to get to Hollywood. She spent...Show More Summary
MAD Magazine took one of the greatest songs in the world and rewrote the lyrics to honor one of the most despicable men in the world.