The cast is shaping up to be pretty strong.
This gives us so much, yet so little.
‘Million Dollar Baby Arm’
Thanks a lot, ‘Low Winter Sun’.
With the end in sight for Mad Men after next season, Jon Hamm must look onward and upward. And no film career would be complete without a family-friendly sports triumph,…
It’s like ‘Curb’ meets a 1980′s Steve Guttenberg movie.
Please inform neighbors and loved ones.
Of course, it’s Adult Swim, so you know there’s no chance that they’re not going to take the opportunity to screw with their audience. And honestly, we wouldn’t have it…
He looks like a sexy Pringles can.
Let’s hope that these really attractive people find a way to work things out.
Everyone looks better with a moustache.
Awww. Cheer up, Jon Hamm. It could be your year.
Don Draper ain’t goin’ NO WHEH!
But he’s being mysterious.
I knew that dark, steely gaze would serve a purpose.
Kristen Wiig, kindly let Mr. Hamm “drive the bus.”
In case you didn’t think these bridesmaids were rough-and-tumble…they are. This trailer has the ribald language to prove it.
Looks like he had one too many last night.
I find his attitude refreshingly European.
“Mad Men’s” fifth season has been pushed back all the way to early 2012. Here are some things that will probably go down before the show returns.
The last thing you would want to convey to a young audience is that sex with the likes of Jon Hamm is anything less than mind-blowing.
Director: Zack SnyderCast: Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgens, Abbie Cornish, Jenna Malone, Carla Gugino, Jamie Chung, Jon Hamm, Scott GlennSynopsis: A young girl is institutionalized by her wicked stepfather. Retreating to an alternative reality as a coping strategy, she envisions a plan which will help her escape from the facility.Release Date: March 25th, 2011
As Paula Abdul and a cartoon cat instruct us: opposites attract.
A movie with this much boob and gun can’t be bad, right? Can it? Maybe mix a little Jon Hamm (“Mad Men”) in there for credibility, just in case.
Ever since it was announced that Warner Brothers was saying “do-over!” after Superman Returns, the monolithic entity known as the World Wide Web has been crying out for “Mad Men” star and real-life Übermensch Jon Mann to play the Man of Steel.
AMC President Charlie Collier says season four of “Breaking Bad” will take it to the next level and be “truly phenomenal.” Also, where’s the zombie apocalypse headed from here?
Warner Bros. has unleashed the trailer for Zack Snyder's Sucker Punch. No matter what you're fond of in life, it's probably somewhere in this film. Hot girls, dragons, robots, robot samurai, zepplins, it's all there. The film stars Abbie Cornish, Jamie Chung, Jena Malone, Emily Browning, Vanessa Hudgins, Jon Hamm, Scott Glenn, and Carla Gugino. They all play humans, as far as I can tell, but I'm sure one of them could change into a robot samurai at any moment. I don't even want to attempt putting this movie's plot into words so here's the official synopsis:
You would guess by this montage that Don Draper is a bit of a dumbass on "Mad Men." For such a creative genius, he doesn't seem to grasp much that's told to him. Or maybe he's going deaf and no one has diagnosed it properly. Quick, someone clap in front of his face and see if he reacts. If he asks "what?" again we should immediately book an appointment with someone who looks into brains. A doctor perhaps!
See Don Draper perplexed after the jump…
I don't watch "Saturday Night Live" anymore, but I do watch the popular videos that make their way to the web the following Monday. This week, Jon Hamm hosted with musical guest Rihanna. Of course Andy Samberg and Rihanna did a digital short sequel to "Shy Ronnie" entitled "Ronnie and Clyde." It's not as funny as the first, but Rihanna is hot and I like that she returns to the bank to snag hostage Jon Hamm so she can bang him.
Jon Hamm also appeared in a sketch in which he parodies Best Cry Ever Guy. If you don't know who that is, shame on you for not being more addicted to the Internet. You can check out the original video here and then the 'SNL'-ized, Hamm-ized version after the jump.
Meet your new mom.
Struggling to find her place in the post-Transformers world, Megan Fox has signed on for Jon Hamm's boo's comedy Friends With Kids. The movie steals a plotline from season three of "Murphy Brown," with director Jennifer Westfeldt starring alongside Adam Scott as a pair of friends who decide to forego the muckiness that comes with relationships and just skip ahead to the baby-making. That way, they're still free to date hotter people. Hotter people like Jon Hamm and Megan Fox it turns out.
"It's a very literate script and when Jen met with her, she thought Megan was spot on. When (Fox) picks the right part, she has tremendous value," said Cinetic Media's John Sloss, who is handling sales and had his fingers crossed behind his back during the interview. (THR)