Marvelous ‘Mad Men’ Season Premiere — Tim Goodman Reviews It
Apr14

Marvelous ‘Mad Men’ Season Premiere — Tim Goodman Reviews It

“Mad Men” kicked off it seventh and final season Sunday with an excellent episode written by creator Matt Weiner. It was an hour filled with character development and plot, great musical choices and wonderful potential. There’s no one better than THR’s Tim Goodman to review it: This is a Spoiled Bastard deconstruction of Mad Men. It contains spoilers. That’s the point. Watch the episode before you read. Since...

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Daily Bacon: ABC Family Ditches ‘Alice In Arabia’; ‘Divergent’ Dominates Box Office
Mar24

Daily Bacon: ABC Family Ditches ‘Alice In Arabia’; ‘Divergent’ Dominates Box Office

Alice In Arabia. ABC Family pulls plug on controversial pilot about American teenage girl kidnapped by her extended royal Saudi Arabian family after pressure from Muslim advocacy group. NCAA Tournament. Kentucky knocks out previously undefeated Wichita State in classic. Top seeds Florida, Arizona and Virginia still alive. Kansas, Duke, North Carolian, Syracuse, Villanova gone. Eminem. Rapper passes George Strait to become the...

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Cover Girl: Elisabeth Moss
Mar11

Cover Girl: Elisabeth Moss

Elisabeth Moss talks about marriage and “Mad Men” in New York magazine profile. The Bright Future of Mad Men’s Elisabeth Moss –...

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Groovy ‘Mad Men’ Poster By Milton Glaser
Mar07

Groovy ‘Mad Men’ Poster By Milton Glaser

Mad Men’s new artwork for the upcoming seventh and final season — designed to capture the style of the late 60s — was created by renowned graphic designer Milton Glaser. Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner told the New York Times: There is a dreamlike quality to it, and believe it or not, it is related to the show, and not because it’s psychedelic. That’s not what it’s about. What it’s about is the...

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Sunday Times Culture: Amazing Video (Gotta See This)
Feb05

Sunday Times Culture: Amazing Video (Gotta See This)

  Britain’s Sunday Times has launched a new initiative to explore what it calls “the four corners of culture” — art, music, film and TV — over the next four weeks. (What about books?) To promote the project, the publication put together an amazing video that combines six iconic scenes and images from different art forms into one video, filmed with a single shot. The images: Rodin’s Le Penseur,...

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