While fans of Mad Men continue to hold their breath for April 5th which marks the beginning of the end, The Hollywood Reporter sat down with creator Matthew Wiener and the stars of the show to discuss their journey from unknown actors to household names.
The final seven episodes have yet to air, but Mad Men is finished filming, and all the sets are struck. Find out how the (exceptionally busy!) cast has been spending its time now that its days at Sterling-Cooper are through.
Hendricks will star in a pilot called–what else?–”Roadies.” Imogen Poots and Luke Wilson will be along for the ride. The best part about the whole thing is the writer and director of the project: a man who knows what he’s talking about when it comes to life on the road. Get on in here and see who the fella is.
In this Funny or Die video Christina Hendricks’s Joan Holloway-type character from Mad Men seems to have found herself in a modern day office.
Mad Men beauty Christina Hendricks, who has been married to husband Geoffrey Arend since 2009, is speaking out about wanting to remain childless, despite cultural pressures to have kids.
Kim Kardashian and Christina Hendricks are dressed for battle in chainmail skirts from designer Wes Gordon. See how each woman styled her outfit and tell us who wore it better!
The Mad Men cast hit the red carpet Wednesday night in L.A. While Christina Hendricks and Elizabeth Moss chose understated black numbers, some of the other ladies got more colorful.
Christina Hendricks is known for her curves, and while she embraces her figure, the actress has her limits when it comes to what people say about her frame. During a recent interview, the actress was caught off guard when the woman interviewing her referred to her as a “full-figured” woman. While off camera, Christina expressed her disapproval of the term, but the interviewer seemed to forget as she brought it up once again. That’s when the Mad Men star became a mad woman star and the whole thing came to an awkwardly abrupt halt.