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Museum presents exhibition of work by one of illustration's original "Mad Men"

22 hours agoArts : Artdaily

In the 1950s and 60s, the influence of fashion, film, and music could be seen in the glossy pages of magazine ads and commercial illustration. Mac (MaCauley) Conner (born 1913) created advertising campaigns for a variety of products during the decades when the advertising industry was at its height and centered on Madison Avenue. Show More Summary

A Word With: Alison Brie Talks Pro Wrestling and Inner Strength

22 hours agoNews : NYTimes: News

With “Mad Men” and “Community” ended, Ms. Brie discusses auditioning for “GLOW” on Netflix, showing inner strength and feeling nostalgia for perms.

The Answer to Electro Magnetic Field Madness

The power bill is about due and humanity just doesn’t have that kind of money. The post The Answer to Electro Magnetic Field Madness appeared first on The Good Men Project.

The Handmaid’s Tale: a horrible, perfect season

I have a few things to say about The Handmaid’s Tale: This is the best first season of a television show I have ever seen. Better than The Walking Dead, better than 24, The West Wing, The Sopranos, Mad Men… take your pick. From start to finish, this premier season is stunning. It has no [...]Show More Summary


"If a man can change for the better, he can make his world a better place” The post Madness appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Trailer: Keanu Reeves And Lily Collins Headline Netflix's Addiction Drama 'To The Bone'

5 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Writer/producer Martin Noxon has made a name for herself crafting shows like Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Angel, Mad Men, and UnReal. Now, she's diving into film with her her directorial feature film debut, To The Bone. And this daring drama...

The Unlikely Journey of 3 Heinz Ketchup Ads From Mad Men to the Real World to Cannes

CANNES, France -- "Don Draper couldn't sell it. Maybe we can." One of the most delightful ad campaigns of 2017, for Heinz ketchup, wasn't written by a real person. It came from Mad Men's most famous creative director (via showrunner and lead writer Matthew Weiner), and lived only fictionally within the AMC show about 1960s...

Mad about the tampon tax? Try a subscription box

Despite surges of activism around the issue, the tampon tax is alive and well.  The sales tax on sanitary products—a tax that isn't applied to many kinds of condoms or any products that mostly men use—was upheld in Australia this week. Show More Summary

Alison Brie says she looks for acting work that 'terrifies' her

Best known for her comedic work in movies and TV — and her recurring role as Trudy Campbell on “Mad Men” — Alison Brie is on the cusp of taking her career up a notch. And she’s getting there by taking on some edgy material. On Friday,...Show More Summary

Praise Be: They Finally Made A 'Handmaid's Tale' For Men!

last weekFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Hulu's adaptation of Margaret Atwood's brazenly feminist dystopian novel The Handmaid's Tale has been wowing critics and terrifying audiences with its harrowing depiction of an America gone mad with conservatism, zealotry and sexism. But what about the dudes, amirite? Finally,...

Considering 'Mad Max' and other Hollywood dystopias after Trump's exit from Paris accord

Since the plagues of the Old Testament, we have contemplated the Apocalypse, the world rising in vengeance as men, women and children scurry across the brutal landscape of a lost paradise. Skies rain hail, locusts swarm, rivers turn to blood, darkness falls. Our doomsday stories and how they scroll...

Why people still can't stop talking about the controversial ending of 'The Sopranos'

Warning: Major spoilers for “The Sopranos," "Breaking Bad," and "Mad Men" below. Ten years ago this month — June 10, 2007, to be exact — the mobster HBO series “The Sopranos" came to a very abrupt end in its finale episode, "Made in America." Seemingly everyone has a story about the first time they saw the screen go black. Show More Summary

‘Graves’: Matt Long & Lauren Weedman Join Season 2 Of Epix Series

Matt Long (Mad Men, Private Practice) and Lauren Weedman (Hung, Looking) have booked recurring roles opposite Nick Nolte of season 2 of Epix comedy series Graves, from Lionsgate TV. After a year of public protests against his Presidential...Show More Summary

Jon Hamm Greets Fans After Catching a Show in Hollywood

Jon Hamm kept it casual while checking out a show over the weekend. The 46-year-old Mad Men star was met by a group of excited fans outside of the Ricardo Montalban Theatre on Sunday (June 10) in Hollywood. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jon Hamm He stopped to sign some autographs for them [...]

From Madness to Manhood: In Search of My Lost Father and Myself

Being a dutiful son was something I learned early. The post From Madness to Manhood: In Search of My Lost Father and Myself appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Abigail Spencer Recalls an Awkward Moment in Bed With Jon Hamm on Mad Men

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner had a very specific note for the Rectify actress about her makeup. ... More »

The best marketers are mad scientists

We’ve come a long way since the Mad Men era of marketing and advertising. The modern marketer is as much mad scientist as inspired creative, thanks to the proliferation of data and tools to access and analyze it. Just as inventor Thomas...Show More Summary

Documentary 'Becoming Cary Grant' on Showtime delves beneath the suave, sophisticated surface

Cary Grant! Who was ever like him? George Clooney is perhaps the closest thing we have nowadays, in terms of extreme handsomeness, graceful aging and bemusement shading into amusement. On “Mad Men,” Jon Hamm played a kind of echo of the actor at mid-century. Still, such is their predecessor’s greatness...

Mad Men Makes Its Return to TV on the AT&T Audience Network Beginning Next Week

Don Draper is headed back to TV, beginning on Monday. No, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner isn't jumping on the TV revival bandwagon and producing new episodes of his ad agency drama, which aired on AMC and starred Jon Hamm as Draper. Instead, the AT&T Audience Network will air all seven seasons of the show...

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