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Crazy spinning giant Thai rocket is the awesomest thing

11 hours agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

I don't really know what's going on in this video: It starts out with a group of people gathered around an object which then cuts to people fleeing the circle because mad men are lighting the object which then turns into a thick smoke monster threatening Earth and then out pops the coolest rocket thing ever, screw driving itself into the air. Read more...

Arsene Wenger: ‘Alexis Sanchez has so much self-confidence that sometimes he’s too individual’ [Video]

Arsene Wenger praised his side’s character in seeing out the job against QPR today, having gone down to 10 men following Giroud’s moment of madness. Wenger criticized Giroud for ‘losing control’, but given that the daft red card ultimately didn’t prove costly, Wenger was reluctant to be too hard on him, saying ‘He knows he […]

Less than half of U.S. kids now have a “traditional” family

Picture the typical American family: what do you see? You probably imagine a married mom and dad with a couple of kids -- think the Draper family, circa Season 1 of Mad Men. You probably know that that ideal has held true for fewer and fewer families over the decades. But new data from the […]

Brilliant Mad Men

I watched the recent BBC Question Time encounter between Russell Brand and Nigel Farage which was a big disappointment I have to say. A direct encounter between the two would have been much more entertaining and, as things turned out, members of the audience proved to be much more effective at getting things off their chests. Show More Summary

Embeth Davidtz & Jack Noseworthy Join ‘Marilyn’ Miniseries; ‘Lumen’ Pilot Rounds Out Cast

Mad Men alumna Embeth Davidtz and Jack Noseworthy (Killing Kennedy) have been cast opposite Kelli Garner and Susan Sarandon in Marilyn, Lifetime's upcoming four-hour miniseries about tragic Hollywood icon Marilyn Monroe, to premiere in 2015. Show More Summary

Does Sony’s Fear Know No Bounds?

Matthew Rozsa is mad as hell that Sony pulled 'The Interview.' But he's equally horrified by the company's racist attitudes. The post Does Sony’s Fear Know No Bounds? appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Oh No Oh No Zosia Mamet Has a Band

Zosia Mamet, actor of Girls and a really cool part on Mad Men among other things, has a band. It is named Chacha. Despite recent good experiences with good actors who are also in good bands, I feel we as a society may be pushing our luck in the realm of Hollywood music projects and I am very scared. Read more...

Saying No to the Silence of Whiteness

I’m mad. Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Ezell Ford, Dante Parker all unarmed, all black men, now dead, just one typical month this summer 2014, USA. The post Saying No to the Silence of Whiteness appeared first on Lion's Roar.

The 10 Best TV Shows of 2014 That Aren’t Really TV

last weekNews : Mediaite

There are some shows — Game of Thrones, Mad Men, even Parks and Recreation — that are just better when you watch them on an actual TV. But as the lines continue to blur between what's TV and what's not, there were more and more shows that came out this year that are simply more enjoyable when you watch them on platforms that aren't dictated by weekly schedules and ratings.

The Folks Who Made Mad Men's Intro Also Make Game Trailers

Imaginary Forces is a creative design studio that works on all kinds of stuff, from trailers to game logos. You might have seen their God of War stuff, but you've definitely seen their Marvel work, as it's the "flipbook" animation that plays before every one of the company's superhero movies. Oh, and they also did the iconic intros to Mad Men and Boardwalk Empire. Read more...

'Mad Men's' Kevin Rahm sells 1950s home in Studio City

Actor Kevin Rahm has sold his house in Studio City for $900,000.

Dwelling: The 1966 NYC Subway System Looks Mighty Fine in Technicolor

Photo by Danny Lyon via Gizmodo Thanks largely to the frantic popularity of AMC's Mad Men, New York of the 1960s has enjoyed a period of cultural omnipresence. Rarely, however, does the insurgent midcentury design fetishism translate to the goings-on...

What's that candy?

"The candy is mentioned in two episodes of the AMC series Mad Men and displayed in others. In 'Three Sundays,' we learn it was Archibald Whitman's favorite candy. In 'Far Away Places,' Peggy — who has an important presentation that day...Show More Summary

Jon Hamm Reveals Why He Doesn't Want to Play a Superhero

Jon Hamm bundles up while braving the rain for a grocery shopping trip at Gelson’s market on Tuesday afternoon (December 16) in Los Feliz, Calif. The 43-year-old Mad Men actor recently chatted with Radio Times about why he’s glad he hasn’t signed up to play a superhero. “The deals that they make you do are [...]

The year in TV: How the shows of 2014 remade “masculinity” on television

From "True Detective" to "Looking" to "Mad Men," TV took the trope of the antihero and picked it apart

'Flash' Casts 'Mad Men' Star as Captain Cold's Sister

Peyton List has signed on to play Lisa Snart, a.k.a. The Golden Glider, the sister of Wentworth Miller's Captain Cold, in CW's 'The Flash'. [...]

The Flash Adds Mad Men Alum as Captain Cold’s Sister

Peyton List will debut as Lisa Snart in the 16th episode The post The Flash Adds Mad Men Alum as Captain Cold’s Sister appeared first on

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