Mad Men's notoriously tight-lipped creator, Matthew Weiner, is actually talking about the AMC drama's March 25 two-hour premiere. "It's called 'A Little Kiss,'" Matt reveals. "I like the title to have some kind of synergy with the show so it will pique your interest." Consider us...
Gwyneth Paltrow and Tia and Tamera Mowry are among GQ Magazine's Least Influential People of the Year.
Paltrow, who came in at No. 16 on the list that "salutes the great artisans of utter uselessness," was chosen for spending most of 2011 performing on awards shows, promoting her blog Goop, and releasing an "awful cookbook."
January Jones welcomed a baby boy on Tuesday, People reports.
Jones, 33, and son Xander Dane Jones are "doing great," her rep tells the magazine.
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Kate Walsh, Private Practice
As part of Addison's baby-making plans, Kate Walsh says her character will be back "in the stirrups" in a scene that should leave viewers in "utter shock." Remember, adds Kate, "The last time we saw Addison like that was on Grey's Anatomy when she was living in the woods with Derek, and Bailey found poison oak on her vajayjay."
Let's get it out of the way: Yes, Mad Men executive producer Matt Weiner has a plan to deal with January Jones' pregnancy, and no, he doesn't want to talk about it yet.
Mad Men received a leading 19 Emmy nominations among scripted series, and the show's writing staff is in the middle of breaking Episode 6 of the delayed fifth season — which means by now, a decision about Jones' baby bump, and what it means for Betty, has been made. But, per usual, Weiner is keeping all details on lockdown. "I'm not going to say what I'm going to do, but I am going to have to do something! So, that's all I can say. It's really, I mean, you'll have to watch the show," he says. "It was two choices really: Either I hide it or I'm gonna go with it. I made a decision. She told me before the world knew, so I had some time to think about it. The real thing is, she's so cute! She looks great. She looks so great! It's very disappointing."
Ray Romano and Patricia Heaton
The Broadcast Television Journalists Association (of which I'm a charter voting member) handed out its inaugural Critics' Choice Television Awards on June 20. On the red carpet, the nominated actors and producers — all hopeful they'll also be on the Primetime Emmy ballot when it's announced July 14 — filled me in on what they're hatching for their exciting fall returns.
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Jon Hamm will be pulling double duty when Mad Men goes back into production in August. The actor, who stars as the hard-drinking advertising whiz Don Draper, will direct the Emmy-winning drama's fifth season premiere, TVLine reports.
"The wheels have officially been set in motion to make that happen," Hamm says. "It's a very exciting challenge that I'm looking forward to with a mixture of utter fear and excitement."
Mad Men's January Jones will soon be a mother, People reports.
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The thriller Unknown relegated I Am Number Four to No. 2 at the box office, according to preliminary President's Day weekend figures from Box Office Mojo.
Unknown, which stars Liam Neeson and Mad Men's January Jones, grossed an estimated $21.7 million in its debut weekend. The teen science fiction film followed with $19.5 million in its opening weekend.
Justin Beiber, Zac Efron
Teens now have a reason to tune in to Sunday's Golden Globe Awards: Justin Bieber and Zac Efron have been added as presenters.
Tron: Legacy and House star Olivia Wilde will present as well, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced on Twitter.