If you’re ready to convince everyone you know that you’re going through something of a crisis in life you can now purchase Don Draper’s 1964 Imperial, as seen in season 4 of Mad Men. Read more...
You know the feeling when you’re gearing up for your monthly night of Mad Men–themed sexual role-play but you just can’t seem to get the period details right?Good news: Hollywood auction site ScreenBid has you covered. Over a thousand props from the show are going on auction in June, including ... More »
Mad Men fans have a chance to own a piece of Don Draper’s past—for a price. Some of the most memorable props from the Emmy-winning AMC period drama are up for grabs in an auction hosted by ScreenBid. According to the New York Times, the auction site previously offered 1,200 small Mad Men props and... Show More Summary
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In episode 12 of Mad Men‘s seventh and final season, Peggy Olsen, played wonderfully by Elisabeth Moss has a night to end all nights with Roger Sterling at her then-abandoned office. After that night, during which Roger gave her a picture of an “octopus pleasuring a lady,” Peggy charges into her new office wearing hangover sunglasses, […]
Typically right about now we'd be enjoying a weekly roll-out of new Mad Men episodes, but the show ended last May with a Coke and a smile, and ever since TV time hasn't been the same. Throughout the years the show accumulated a ton of props—mostly historically accurate—and some are available for purchase. Show More Summary
This new AMC show follows “The Walking Dead” playbook. Can it also deliver the kind of characters that made “Mad Men” great?
Since AMC’s Mad Men came to a satisfying conclusion, actress Elisabeth Moss has continued to work with very promising and very talented directors. She was most recently seen in Ben Wheatley’s High-Rise, an abrasive and dense piece of...Show More Summary
Alexis Bledel is a new mom—though that statement shouldn't imply that she just became a mom. Because the ex- Gilmore Girls star apparently had a baby boy with husband Vincent Kartheiser of Mad Men last fall, keeping both the pregnancy and the birth under tight wraps, Entertainment Tonight reports....
Gilmore Girls and Mad Men have spawned. In other words, Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser had a baby. And turns out the little Mad-Gilmore babe (okay, let's keep brainstorming nicknames here) has actually been around for a while. The pair's son was born last fall, reports Us Weekly. So, these ... More »
Alexis Bledel and Vincent Kartheiser are parents! The 34-year-old Gilmore Girls star and 37-year-old Mad Men alum secretly welcomed their first child, a son, last fall. Alexis‘ co-star Scott Patterson spilled the beans. “She’s really blossomed as a woman and now she’s a proud new mother and married and happy,” he told Glamour. “She’s just [...]
Bill Backer, the ad giant behind the world's most famous ad, Coca-Cola's "Hilltop," which had a prominent role in the finale of Mad Men, died on Friday. He was 89. He is survived by his wife, Ann Backer, who confirmed his death to the...Show More Summary
President Obama's done lost his mind. He's just flushed the civil rights of men and women, boys and girls, to pee in peace and shower without having naked, sexually confused or sexually predatory members of the opposite sex ogling them, or intentionally exposing their genitalia for a cheap thrill.
Bill Backer, the real-life adman responsible for “I’d Like to Buy the World a Coke”—and (spoiler alert) the last moments of Mad Men —died on Friday at age 89. His wife Ann Backer confirmed his death to Newsweek. Bill Backer was a creative...Show More Summary
Mr. Backer helped devise the 1971 Coca-Cola commercial that appeared in the finale of ‘Mad Men.’
Bill Backer, the man who actually created the famous 1971 “I’d Like To Buy The World A Coke” ad Don Draper dreams up in the Mad Men finale, has died. He was 89. Backer began his career in advertising working in the mailroom at McCann Erickson, the agency made famous on Matthew Weiner’s drama series, in 1954. Show More Summary
The internet is mad about Ghostbusters. Shock. Awe. Gasp. Today it's because a site I've never heard of posted a video pre-emptively refusing to see the new Ghostbusters movie. James Rolfe, the Angry Video Game Nerd, decided the world needed...
His iconic 1971 Coca-Cola jingle appeared in the series finale of "Mad Men"
Three Nevada men have been questioned by investigators about vandalism in an environmentally fragile area of Death Valley National Park that may have killed one of the rarest fishes on earth, the AP reports. No arrests have been made in the April 30 intrusion while authorities continue to investigate what...
Jon Hamm carries two sausages in his hand while leaving a pet store on Friday morning (May 13) in Los Angeles. The 45-year-old former Mad Men actor was seen picking up some food for his dog at the store. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Jon Hamm Jon has recently been hard at work [...]