Basket of News, November 27, 2015

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Patrick Adams, star of Suits, has an amusing story about auditioning for Mad Men.

On this SNL clip, celebrities, including Jon Hamm, audition for Star Wars.

Vincent Kartheiser has strong opinions on Pete Campbell’s post-Person to Person fate.

Teyonah Parris (Mad Men‘s Dawn) is getting rave reviews in Spike Lee’s new film, Chi-Raq.

The Wiz Live will feature a whole bunch of awesome people, including Hell on Wheels‘s Common.

Steven Yuen talks about how hard it was to keep Glenn’s fate a secret on The Walking Dead.

The Black Mirror Christmas special, featuring Jon Hamm, is finally coming to Netflix.

This article discussing 2015 Golden Globes for Best Actor in a TV Drama favors Jon Hamm for Mad Men, and gives honorable mention to other Basket favorites, including Anson Mount for Hell on Wheels.

Walker-Stalker Con (no, really) will have an immersive Walking Dead Experience.

Jeffrey Dean Morgan talks about the challenges of playing Negan on The Walking Dead (potential spoilers for those who haven’t read the comics).

The crew of The Walking Dead had a little bit of a Twitter war with Game of Thrones.

Lizzy Caplan of Masters of Sex is getting good reviews for her new Christmas movie, The Night Before.

Julian Fellowes confirms he’s writing a script for a Downton Abbey movie.

Polly Draper sends us ALL THE THINGS!

1.  Jon Hamm supports the American Museum of Natural History Gala.
2. Jon Hamm joins Sketchfest lineup in San Francisco in January.
3.  Take a break from Thanksgiving football and listen to Jon Hamm narrate Jordan Speith’s 2015 U.S. Open win.
 4. For Black Friday, is featuring Mad Men season 7.2 DVD for $8.
Thanks, Polly, that was a bunch!

  2 Responses to “Basket of News, November 27, 2015”

  1. Vincent Kartheiser apparently does not know that Witchita is in Kansas, not Indiana. Oh, well. What’s important is that he and Alexis have a healthy baby and success in their family life.

  2. Wichita, sorry.

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