Mad Men Actors Take to the Big Screen This Winter

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You can’t see Mad Men on the big screen but you can see several Mad Men actors starring in movies playing at a theater near you. Below is a list of movies currently in theaters, coming to theaters, and coming out on DVD.

Vincent Kartheiser, In Time
In Theaters: Currently

In this dystopian sci-fi story, everyone dies at 25 — unless they can pay for a longer life. Kartheiser plays a time-hoarding mogul who, despite his youthful appearance, is one of the oldest men alive. That’s power a Mad Man could appreciate.

Christina Hendricks, Drive
In Theaters: Currently

In this slick thriller, Hendricks helps a professional getaway driver (Ryan Gosling) pull off a risky robbery. She also has one of the movie’s most shocking moments. Despite the dangers job, she maintains her poise. Typecasting?

Joel Murray, The Artist
In Theaters: Currently

Unlike the chatty Freddy Rumsen, Murray doesn’t say a word in this silent flick. The story, set in the 1920s, revolves around a silent movie actor whose star wanes with the advent of the talkies. Murray plays a cop who rescues the “artist” in a time of need.

Jared Harris, Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
In Theaters: Dec. 16

Maddicts know him as SCDP’s number-cruncher. Now, Harris flexes his acting skills as criminal mastermind Professor Moriarty, pursued by Sherlock Holmes (Robert Downey Jr.).

January Jones, X-Men: First Class
On DVD: Currently

As beautiful mutant Emma Frost, Jones has serious superpowers: telepathy, and transforming into an indestructible figure made of sparkling diamonds.

Jon Hamm, Bridesmaids
On DVD: Currently

For Maddicts who can’t get enough of Hamm without a shirt, Bridesmaids delivers. Hamm plays the good-looking cad who toys with Kristin Wiig’s bridesmaid character.

Christina Hendricks, I Don’t Know How She Does It
On DVD: Jan. 3

Hendricks plays the dependable best friend of a multi-tasking career woman (Sarah Jessica Parker). She’s gorgeous, supportive, diplomatic and super-stylish. Typecast again?

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