Christina Hendricks

A British biopic has a couple stellar acting performances.
The Results:  Winning by a landslide, Kim K wins this battle with 73% of the 84,000 voters! The long, high-waisted pencil
After its very satisfying series finale, it looked like Mad Men might just end up with another near perfect finale, this time at the Emmy Awards in the form of a record-breaking fifth Emmy as Best Dramatic Series.
The public's obsession with not just missing girls but pretty, palatable missing girls is a through-line in Flynn's work. A female victim is immeasurably more sympathetic if she's adorable.
It would make perfect sense for Mad Men to win its record-setting fifth Best Drama Emmy. And it's high time for Jon Hamm, after eight nominations for his masterful performance as the iconic Don Draper, to finally take the Best Actor prize.
Is Stan sloppy seconds? Peggy Olson (Elisabeth Moss), whom Don promoted out of the secretarial pool, not-so-secretly longs
I sat down with author Scott Alexander Hess (The Butcher's Sons) to dialogue about fact versus fiction, how violence can be poetic, and what it really means to mine a truly dangerous literary landscape.
"Dark Places" finds Theron alongside her "Mad Max: Fury Road" co-star Nicholas Hoult, as well as Corey Stoll, who plays Ben
Finales of TV series are tough to pull off. Let's all agree. That said, Matthew Weiner, creator of Mad Men, and his team pulls off a finale by capturing hearts and minds, and also with closure.
I can hardly wait for the series finale. Fans may predict what's planned, but as former heavyweight fighter Mike Tyson had said, "Everybody has a plan until they get hit." And I expect we Mad Men fans will definitely get hit.
Don, Roger and Joan are all experiencing somewhat, how Ken Cosgrove must have felt while working at McCann.
With just two episodes left after this one in the life of the series, most of the characters seem set in their trajectories, save for one. You can guess who that is.
Now, with only three episodes left in the series, Don is free to explore in next week's antepenultimate episode, "Lost Horizon," his own private paradise free of the shallowness and hypocrisy from which he's been becoming alienated. (
“Were they difficult to move?” Bwahahhhahah. “This is the beginning of something, not the end.” As the news about the takeover
In "Dark Places," the film adaptation of Gillian Flynn's novel of the same name, Charlize Theron plays Libby Day, the famous