Returns Spring 2015 for the Final Episodes
Fans anxiously awaiting the return of Mad Men in Spring 2015 can currently go see Are You Here, a new feature film written, directed, and produced by show creator Matthew Weiner. The film explores the complicated bonds of family and friendship, featuring Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis as Steve and Ben—reunited friends who travel together to Ben’s family home in the wake of his father’s death. Amy Poehler also gives a nuanced performance as Ben’s sister Amy. Check out the trailer below. Then check out the movie, currently available on iTunes, Amazon Instant Video, or Video on Demand through your local cable provider. Continue reading “Matthew Weiner Teams Up With Owen Wilson and Zach Galifianakis for Are You Here” »
Mad Men‘s Peggy Olson may not have found a keeper just yet, but in her new film, Elisabeth Moss has already got one — and she’s working hard to keep him. In this rom-com, Sophie (Elisabeth Moss) and Ethan (Mark Duplass) are on the brink of separation and escape to a beautiful vacation house for a weekend getaway in an attempt to save their marriage. What begins as a romantic and fun retreat soon becomes surreal, when an unexpected discovery forces the two to examine themselves, their relationship, and their future. Check out the official trailer and the two exclusive clips below.
THE ONE I LOVE TRAILER
THE ONE I LOVE CLIP: “HOW DID YOU BEAT ME?”
THE ONE I LOVE CLIP: “BECAUSE YOU’D DIE”
The One I Love opens in theaters on Friday, August 22.
Throughout Mad Men‘s seven seasons, Sally Draper has grown from a little girl playing space invaders into a rebellious, rule-breaking teenager. AMC asked actress Kiernan Shipka to share her thoughts on some of her character’s most memorable moments. Find out what makes these scenes special to Kiernan and watch clips of some of the moments themselves.
Sally Playing in the Dry Cleaning Bag - Season 1, Episode 2, “Ladies Room“
That was my first day on set, so that’s my first ever memory of Mad Men, of being on set and working with people on that set. So that’s personally what sticks out to me the most, and also it’s hysterical that Betty is more worried about her clothing being on the floor than her daughter having a plastic bag over her head. I still laugh at that scene.
From stripping down to smoking up, Mad Men‘s Peggy Olson has proven herself capable of the unexpected. AMC asked actress Elisabeth Moss to share her insights on some of the character’s most memorable moments. Find out what makes these scenes special and watch clips of some of the moments themselves.
Basket of Kisses - Season 1, Episode 6, “Babylon“
That was the first inkling that I had that my character was going to be something more than a secretary. It really was. It was the first time I was like, “Oh, I have a story. This is cool.” I’ve loved working with Freddie Rumsen, who is played by Joel Murray, and I’ve always had a special relationship with him. It felt like the beginning of something and I was very aware of it.
Mad Men returned on Sunday night with a bang, as viewers caught up with Don, Megan and the rest of the gang. If you missed the excitement, amc.com is now streaming the full Season 7 Premiere, “Time Zones,” online. This is the ONLY episode being made available without a log-in requirement. Future episodes of Mad Men will be available on amc.com the day after broadcast and accessible via log-in for select cable providers.
Mad Men‘s Season 6 was filled with moments that made fans gasp, guffaw and take to tweeting. AMC asked Series Creator Matthew Weiner to share the inspiration that led to five of those buzzed-about moments. Herewith, the stories behind Betty’s dye job, Pete’s misstep, Ken’s footwork, Peggy’s breakup, and the line that said it all (along with clips of the moments themselves)…
Betty Dyeing Her Hair – Episode 1, “The Doorway”
“That’s a story from my childhood. My mother was actually a brunette who dyed her hair white blonde when I was a little boy and it was in style. She came in from the hairdresser and I was horrified. And I realized as an adult how painful it must have been for her that I reacted that way.”
Get a first look at Mad Men‘s final season with this new AMC video, featuring Don Draper post-flight. Where is he coming from? Where is he going? Watch the video and post your own theories below.
Peggy Olson has come a long way since she started working at Sterling Cooper as Don Draper’s secretary, and it’s been quite a ride. Get caught up on Peggy’s story — and her climb to the top as Copy Chief of Sterling Cooper & Partners — in less than two minutes with this new AMC video…
Want to get to know Peggy’s mentor, Don, too? Watch Mad Men in Less Than Two Minutes – The Don Draper Edition
Attention, Maddicts! For a limited time only, you can now watch the Mad Men Season 6 Premiere or on your mobile device (as well as online) via the AMC Mobile app. The AMC app will also give you a sneak peek of next week’s episode, a behind-the-scenes video from every episode, and the current broadcast schedule for Mad Men.
Be sure to catch new episodes of Mad Men Sundays at 10/9c on AMC.
AMC’s Mad Men returned with a special 2-hour Season 6 premiere episode last Sunday. Whether you missed it or want to re-watch it, amc.com is now streaming the full episode in its entirety for free. Take note: The premiere will only be available online for a limited time.
Don’t miss an all-new episode of Mad Men this Sunday at 10/9c on AMC.