Lindsay Lohan says she's planning her theatrical debut in a West End production of Speed-the-Plow.
While attending the Jeremy Scott fashion show in London, Lohan told The New York Times she's been in the U.K. for several months now preparing for a "potential" role in the David Mamet play. "It's the first time I've done a stage play or anything like that," she said. "I'm nervous but I'm excited." The actress would play Karen, a role that Madonna originated in the production's 1988 run at the Royale Theatre. Alicia Silverstone and Elisabeth Moss have also held the role.
[WARNING: This story contains spoilers from Sunday's Mad Men finale. Read at your own risk.]
As Mad Men heads into its final, seven-episode stretch, it will do so without one of its original characters.
Mad Men Finale Recap: How to succeed in business (while actually dying)
On Sunday's finale...
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"The moon belongs to everyone. The best things in life they're free."
The coup led by Roger Sterling in Mad Men's midseason finale may not be as impressive a feat as the Apollo 11 crew landing on the moon, but both could have easily ended in disaster. And while both missions were successful — though in the case of Sterling Cooper & Partners, with one casualty — Don Draper is reminded once again that success isn't the only thing that matters...
In just a few brief scenes, Mad Men's Lou Avery has become one of the most hated characters on TV.
After taking over as Sterling Cooper & Partners' creative director in the wake of Don Draper's meltdown and suspension, Lou (Allan Havey), quickly made his presence felt. Although Lou isn't bogged down by a host of personal problems like Don (Jon Hamm) is, he's a bit of a square and lacks Don's creative spark, which almost instantly put him at odds with Draper protégé Peggy (Elisabeth Moss). Making matters worse...
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"Are you ready? Because I want you to pay attention. This is the beginning of something."
Yes, Matthew Weiner, you have our attention. The Mad Men creator kicked off the first half of his advertising drama's final season speaking directly to the audience through the mouth of recurring character Freddie Rumsen (Joel Murray). But it was the next line of Freddie's Don Draper-quality pitch for Accutron watches that reveals what seems to truly be on Mad Men's mind for this episode — and perhaps the remainder of the series.
"Do you have time to improve your life?"
That's certainly a question we imagine Don Draper (Jon Hamm) has been asking himself lately...