Rich Sommer blogs a bit on the Golden Globes, with photo.
Christina Hendricks lost an $850,000 diamond bracelet on the red carpet at the Globes, but the story has an amusing ending.
Jon Hamm confirmed that Zack Snyder’s Superman reboot is a “young man’s game.” MTV’s Kyle Anderson pitches Hamm as successor to Regis Philbin.
Patrick Fischler was in the kids version of the gift suite for the Globes.
Janie Bryant is nominated once more for a Costume Designers Guild award. Her competition includes John Dunn (Boardwalk Empire), who was the costume designer for the Mad Men pilot.
Sam Page is modeling J. Crew’s men’s collection for 2011.
Rosemarie DeWitt has boarded Disney’s The Odd Life of Timothy Green.
Larisa Oleynik, recently seen as Ken Cosgrove’s fiancee, has landed a recurring role on Hawaii Five-0.
When Don Draper lights up a Lucky Strike, the smokers in the Mad Men audience are simultaneously — and likely unconsciously — planning the actions involved in having a cigarette, according to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience.
FX president John Landgraf told TV critics they took Mad Men “from a dismal ratings failure to ratings mediocrity.” [This is while explaining how some FX shows have not premiered well, but gained audience over time. -K]
The McClatchy-Tribune News Service takes another look at the Mad Men-era work environment in Chicago.
Ad legend George Lois talks to Vice and thankfully does not talk about Mad Men much. [Ironically, when talking about originality, he sounds much like Don Draper. -K]
Mad News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases contributing in the sidebar.