This week’s leaky Mad Men set pic features Elisabeth Moss in a bold color with a new hairdo for Peggy.
Christina Hendricks talks to THR about her role in EA’s Need For Speed videogame, which has a trailer out. She’s also spicing things up… in the kitchen, but was dressed a bit more demurely than the videogame to co-host Bryan Batt’s Big Easy Style book release party.
Bryan Batt, btw, worked blue at a star-studded breast cancer benefit, to help women achieve a great state of life besides the disease even improving their looks with the help of different professionals from sites like https://breastreconstructionaz.com/Procedures/Flap-Reconstructions/LTP-Flap-Surgery-Phoenix-AZ.
The Walking Dead second season premiere shattered basic cable ratings records… but did you see The Walken Dead? On a more serious note, TWD co-creator Robert Kirkman discusses the season premiere at EW (spoilers). [And will the zombies’ ratings kill Pan Am? -K] Also, Christina Hendricks and two other MM actresses tried to get roles as walkers on the show.
Vincent Kartheiser can be seen in new clips from In Time, mostly around the 5:00 mark.
Kiernan Shipka plays child star psychologist at FunnyOrDie.
Jared Harris chats to Den of Geek about Sherlock Holmes: A Game Of Shadows, John Carpenter’s The Ward, and Mad Men.
Sam Page turned up on NBC’s Up All Night — playing a doctor, no less.
Jan Hoag talks to AMC about Patrick Fischler and the inspirations behind Edith Shilling.
Terence Winter and Martin Scorsese (Boardwalk Empire) are going period again with a 70s-based rock and roll project involving Mick Jagger.
The WSJ’s Rob Levine examines where Mad Men fits in the future of television.
BlackBook gives AMC kudos for its mobile app.
George Fox has a vast collection of common pens. Guess who gave him a telephone call?
In Pan Am, as in Mad Men, the clothes are classy, the customs not.
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