Basket of News, July 13-19, 2013

 Posted by on July 19, 2013 at 9:00 am  Media-Web-News
Jul 192013

Jon Hamm kills hosting the ESPYs.

Elisabeth Moss talks about her double Emmy nominations with the L.A. Times, New York Times, and Entertainment Weekly, to name a few.

Christina Hendricks slept through her Emmy nomination.

Breaking Bad showrunner Vince Gilligan also talked to the NYT about the Emmys and the finish line.

Breaking Bad dropped a teaser trailer. Oh, wait, here’s another one.

GQ talks to Bryan Cranston about the Last Stand of Walter White. Cranston also mentions he may have wanted to kill one of his girlfriends.

Aaron Paul posted someone’s insane Breaking Bad tattoo on Instagram.

Check out Vincent Kartheiser as Mr. Darcy in Pride & Prejudice.

Check out January Jones in the trailer for Sweetwater.

Rich Sommer joins the Mad Men of commercial voiceover work.

Janie Bryant talks about her new TV project with WWD, and does a twoparter with AMC, including a bit more on the Sharon Tate angle.

Kathryn Leigh-Scott (Dark Shadows) writes about Megan Draper and being a working actress in the late 60s.

Kiernan Shipka gets a red carpet slideshow from Fashion & Style.

Vanity Fair speculates about Season 7 hairstyles. (via Polly Draper)

Jenny Thompson writes that the Draper apartment offers a vision of Manhattan that helps shape and define the enactment of the show’s larger morality tale. (via ruthie)

Deep Dish (a blog on “groovy gay pop culture”) surveyed the end of Season 6 and found Mad Men had the best sex of the TV season.

The Mindset List tackles the mindset of… Don Draper. (via RetroGirl)

The Moderate Voice salutes the musical genius of Robert Morse.

TV Equals recommends many of your favorites for a Best Supporting Actor Emmy.

The Walking Dead‘s Robert Kirkman talks a bit about Season 4.

Basket of News is compiled by Deborah and Karl — and Basketcases like you.


  4 Responses to “Basket of News, July 13-19, 2013”

  1. And Harry Crane is still (successfully) working for Chevy – what a riot!

  2. That “Sweetwater” movie trailer started interestingly, but in the end it just looks like gorefest with a woman in the lead instead of Vin Diesel. Don’t think I’ll see that one.

  3. News about “Breaking Bad”—-

    A great interview with Bob Odenkirk about the final episodes and what should be next for Saul Goodman:

    Quote from Bob:
    “Saul Goodman should be the Mayor of Las Vegas”

  4. Is there anything that Jon Hamm cannot do? He can act in comedy and drama and host looking mighty fine doing it!

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