BREAKING MOVIE NEWS
Rumors fly so fast these days that you'll eventually run into news about yourself that you never even knew existed. Case in point, did you hear the rumor that Jon Hamm was being considered for Doctor Strange? No? Well neither did Jon Hamm, until a recent interview.
Also in talks are Danny McBride and Sarah Silverman, while Kevin Hart, Josh Gad, Keegan Michael Key and Jordan Peele would provide voices for the animated portion.
As part of the Los Angeles leg of the Million Dollar Arm press tour, I recently had the chance to sit down with Jon Hamm on-camera and talk about his role in the based-on-a-true story baseball drama.
Disney is actually trying to sell this summer sports film release by putting Jon Hamm in a button-down shirt on the art, looking at his cell phone. His damned cell phone!
The premise used to establish Minions explains that the henchmen have been around for decades, and this story picks up in the 1960s, long before they teamed with Steve Carell’s Gru. Without a true evil leader to follow, three depressed minions go in search of a “gig,” and end up serving Scarlet Overkill (Bullock), a “stylish, bad-ass super villain.”
Over the years, reality TV has become an arena where dreams can come true, if your dreams mostly involve fame whatever the costs. But for two Indian cricket players, reality TV proved the unlikely path to a career in Major League Baseball. This is the incredible true story being tackled in the soon-to-shoot drama Million Dollar Arm.
If you thought Bridesmaids was your only chance to see Jon Hamm and Kristen Wiig together onscreen, think again-- they played yet another dysfunctional couple in the indie romantic comedy Friends With Kids, which opened in theaters earlier this year and comes to Blu-Ray this week
The untitled film is being developed by David and his usual televisions cohorts Alec Berg, Jeff Schaffer and David Mandel. All three are Curb Your Enthusiasm and Seinfeld veterans and, even though the details about the plot are scarce, the film will follow David getting into the same kind of awkward situations as in Curb, this time with Jon Hamm playing his nemesis.
One of the luxuries of being on a cable show instead of a network show is that, while there is a smaller viewership, there are about half as many episodes produced,, leaving the actors many opportunities to pursue other projects. Jon Hamm has taken advantage of this a lot and often. When he's not filming episodes of Mad Men he is off making great films like The Town and Bridesmaids and guest starring on television shows like Children's Hospital...
Kids focuses on writer-director Jennifer Westfeldt (Kissing Jessica Stein) and the always funny Adam Scott as best friends who try to pro-create without committing to a long-term relationship. If you think that sounds sitcom-ish … well, wait until you see the trailer.
It's a far more egalitarian execution than the film's first promo poster, which debuted earlier this month. There Westfeldt and Scott, who are the leads, are relegated to tiny windows off to the sides while Megan Fox, who has a minor role in the narrative, is front and center along with Wiig and Hamm. I understand the promotional strategy behind highlighting Friends With Kids' most famous (thereby most marketable) cast members, but the image below totally distorts the focus of the film.
Would a Bridesmaids sequel feel like a genuine sequel without the prospect of Jon Hamm offering bluntly honest post-coital commentary to Kristen Wiig’s character? Probably not. From what Hamm has to say on the matter, they’d need to lock Wiig in to get him on board and from the sound of it, that may not be all that likely.
Every actor lucky enough to be part of Bridesmaids seemed to get a boost from what's doubtlessly the funniest comedy so far this year-- Kristen Wiig got the most attention in the lead role, of course, but with Chris O'Dowd, Jon Hamm, Rose Byrne and Melissa McCarthy all stealing scenes right and left
Watch it for the Hamm, stick around for Melissa McCarthy's claim to be "double-jointed" in front of an airport bathroom, and continue to look forward to what looks like it could be one of the comedy highlights of the upcoming summer. If you're in the United States pay no attention to the date listed at the end of the trailer
Though he may play it straight while performing as Don Draper on Mad Men, Jon Hamm is actually a pretty funny guy. Look no further than his arc on 30 Rock in which he played the handsome, yet dumb as a post boyfriend of Tina Fey's Liz Lemon. Sadly not everyone is aware at his gift for levity, however, but director Paul Feig is planning on fixing that.
When Christopher Reeve was first cast as Superman for Richard Donner back in the 70s, he was 26 years old. When Bryan Singer hired Brandon Routh to play the Man of Steel in Superman
The movie has a major cast lined up as well, with Westfeldt starring alongside Adam Scott as two friends who witness all of their
On May 17, 2013, fans of The Dark Tower will finally get what they've been waiting years to see: a feature film. First announced back in April, the project is being planned as a trilogy with a television
When rumors popped up in September that Jon Hamm was being considered for the lead role in the next Superman film, I was right on board. Needless to say, my excitement about the idea was brought
Last month, the first rumors began that Mad Men's Jon Hamm was up for the role of Superman in the reboot being developed by Christopher Nolan and David S. Goyer. This was weeks before the announcement
Despite having no box office draw outside of the Transformers franchise and having two straight flops on her record, studios aren't ready to give up on Megan Fox. It explains why the incredibly bizarre Passion Play
There’s interest in another one of Millar’s properties, Superior, coming from two mysterious parties that Millar himself is keeping veiled in shadow until deals go through. However, in a recent blog post
Scott is keeping busy despite the cancellation of his series Party Down earlier this year; he'll be a regular on Parks and Recreation when it returns in January
Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” is no easy subject to take on, especially when it comes to adapting the poem to film. Complicating matters further, writer-directors Rob Epstein and Jeffrey Friedman envisioned something
Anyone who has ever caught an episode of Mad Men and has even the most basic experience with comics has had the following thought: "Jon Hamm would make a damn fine Superman."