Want to look like January Jones, Christina Hendricks or Elisabeth Moss? Then avoid the gym. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner has told his female cast members not to exercise or diet in order to maintain a curvy figure, Jones tells British magazine Tatler. "He would prefer we didn't work out and that we eat really well, so we look like healthy women," she says, according to Britain's Daily Mail, which has excerpts of the interview. The blonde beauty told the magazine that producers admonished her last year for being too thin. She say she has since learned to embrace her curves - as well as "beer and carbs." "It's OK to have curves and be a woman," the 32-year-old actress says. "I wish more women would realize that's what men like." Perhaps Weiner is onto something by encouraging actresses not to starve themselves. Hendricks, Jones' voluptuous co-star, was named Esquire's best-looking woman in America earlier this year. An email to Weiner's rep was not immediately returned. Source Here
It's a fantastically full night of Sunday TV tonight including all new episodes of True Blood , Entourage , Mad Men , the official premiere of Rubicon and tons more. This summer Sunday line-up almost makes it not so bad tomorrow's Monday! Check out all that's on tonight: 7/8c Sons of Tucson on Fox 8/7c Rubicon on AMC - Series Premiere, Part 1! Big Brother 12 on CBS 9/8c True Blood on HBO Rubicon on AMC - Series Premiere, Part 2! Drop Dead Diva on Lifetime Television Ice Road Truckers on The History Channel Leverage on TNT Scoundrels on ABC The Next Food Network Star on The Food Network 10/9c Mad Men on AMC Hung on HBO The Gates on ABC The Glades on A&E My Boys on TBS Army Wives on Lifetime Television The Real L Word on Showtime Top Shot on The History Channel 10:30/9:30c Entourage on HBO Holly's World on E! What will you be watching?
Jon Hamm could transfer from "Mad Men" league to superheroes team. The actor reportedly has a big chance to portray Superman as he is being "seriously considered" by Warner Brothers and Legendary Pictures to take the lead role in the next "Superman" movie which is tentatively titled "The Man of Steel", TMT reported. Though the studio has had eyes for the "Space Cowboys" actor to play Clark Kent, there is no indication that Hamm and/or his representation has met with WB, Legendary or the filmmakers. Thus, there has been no deal in place and Hamm is only one of several names being thrown as the candidates to play Superman. Other names which have been linked to the role are Zachary Levi and Joe Manganiello. Reports said the "Chuck" thesp has joined audition for "Man of Steel" and he is possibly eying the lead role, while the "True Blood" actor has been publicly campaigning for the same part. To Read More Click here .
If you thought Mad Men's fourth season was going to be anything less than amazing, Rich Sommer is here to set you straight. Sommer, who plays television department head Harry Crane in the series, has nothing but good things to say about the series. Sure, mild enthusiasm would be acceptable for a star, but Sommer is gushing with complimentary things to say about the fourth season, PopEater is reporting. Sommer, 32, noted the long wait between the filming of season four and its premiere (which is, as of this writing, in an hour): "I'm excited to finally get it out there. We've been sitting on it for so long. It pains us as much as it pains you guys." To Read More Click Here .
The return of Mad Men was the most anticipated event of Sunday night, and man did it deliver. Mad Men has certainly not slipped in form since premiering all of those seasons ago, and the future is looking just as intense as ever for Mad Men fans. Case in point: this preview video for next week's episode of Mad Men, "Christmas Comes But Once a Year". Looks like an epic character confrontation is in the wings. Can't wait to see how this situation plays out. To Read More Click Here .
Viewers welcomed Don Draper back as Mad Men snagged series-high ratings for its fourth season premiere on Sunday. More than 2.9 million viewers tuned in to see the new Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce, as well as newly single Draper, according to a network rep. The fourth season premiere was up from the Season 3 premiere (2.8 million viewers). Season 3 concluded in November to 2.3 million viewers. Mad Men, which recently received 17 Emmy nominations, airs Sundays at 10/9c on AMC. Source Here
CLICK HERE TO WATCH Mad Men season 4 episode 2 sneak peak. Very funny.
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If you're a fan of AMC's Emmy-winning drama Mad Men, you don't need a reason to watch the show's Season 4 premiere Sunday. (It's been circled on our calendar for months!) But since we've been lucky enough to see it, we thought we'd give you extra incentive, in the form of these few mild spoilers. 1. Season 4 is all about fresh starts. Don (Jon Hamm) and Betty (January Jones) ended their marriage at the end of Season 3, just as Don masterminded a plot to create a new ad agency, Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce. So the sky's the limit, right? Maybe not. Although the first look at the gang's shiny new workspace is thrilling, Don's Greenwich Village bachelor pad - and the life he now lives there - is as dark and sad as ever. Sounds like a perfect metaphor for just about every character on the show. To Read More Click Here .
"Mad Men's" studio and network have started talking about extending their deal to a possible sixth season -- and maybe even past that. AMC, which airs the Emmy-winning drama, and Lionsgate, which produces it, currently have a license agreement that runs for five seasons (Season 4 premieres Sunday). But they've started talking about extending the deal through at least a sixth season, according to Variety. To Read More Click Here .