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    The 'Mad Men' Cast Sell Themselves in These Swanky Emmy 'For Your Consideration' Ads

    With the first half of the seventh and final season of "Mad Men" well past us, AMC has decided to step up their awards game. The network has released a series of classy, but cheeky (in a self-aware kind of way) ads in an effort to promote the cast of the four-time Emmy Award-winning show.

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    Robin Wright is a Digital Wonder in This Poster for Ari Folman's Captivating 'The Congress'

    In anticipation for "The Congress'" July 24th release, Drafthouse Films has provided us with a poster for the strange drama, which stars Robin Wright.

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    "Mad Men" Meets Its "Waterloo" With a Song in Its Heart

    "Mad Men" ends its seventh season on a high note, but does that leave it anywhere to go but down?

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    'Mad Men' Fans, Here's Burger Chef In the (Cow) Flesh

    Someone's tracked down where to get your burger on, "Mad Men"-style.

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    Million Dollar Arm

    "Million Dollar Arm" benefits from a strong performance by Jon Hamm in the lead and a top-notch supporting cast.

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    This Weekend, Head to 'Godzilla' and, At Last, 'The Immigrant' (TRAILERS)

    At long last, those lucky enough to live in New York or Los Angeles can see director James Gray's measured, masterful period film "The Immigrant" this weekend. Those inclined toward multiplex fare can comfortably seek out "Godzilla" and "Million Dollar Arm," which both offer plenty of popcorn pleasu...

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    Craig Gillespie On Why Making 'Lars and the Real Girl' Wasn't That Different From Working With Disney

    On the surface, Disney's Jon Hamm-starring feel-good family film "Million Dollar Arm" has all the makings of a typical studio sports movie, but dig deeper and you'll be surprised to learn the project has some serious indie cred going for it.

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    Review: 'Million Dollar Arm' With Jon Hamm, Lake Bell, Alan Arkin & Bill Paxton

    In terms of in-house branding, the "Disney sports movie" has almost as much instantly recognizable cachet as something like their animated princess movies or Marvel superhero flicks. Movies like "Cool Runnings" up through "Remember the Titans" and "Miracle" have the same general, crowd-pleasing form...

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    Director Craig Gillespie Talks 'Million Dollar Arm' and Doing the Dramedy Dance

    Craig Gillespie is no stranger to offbeat drama and comedy, and "Million Dollar Arm" represents his greatest dance with dramedy. The inspirational biopic about recruiting two raw talents from India and turning them into major league baseball pitchers in less than a year also afforded "Mad Men's" Jon...

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    Review: 'Mad Men' Season 7 Episode 2 'A Days Work' Finds Women and Don Dominating

    The second episode of "Mad Men's" final season chronicled "A Day's Work," but focused more on personal disputes and quibbles than business -- or are they one in the same at SC&P?

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