When X-Men: Apocalypse hits theaters this May, it will bring the current X-Men trilogy to a close, following 2011's X-Men: First Class and 2014's X-Men: Days of Future Past. Before that movie hits theaters, the spinoff Deadpool will arrive in February, with Gambit also slated to start production this spring. Movies such as X-Force and The New Mutants are also in various stages of development. There are still many characters from the comic books that haven't debuted on the big screen yet, one of which is the beloved Cable. Rob Liefeld recently took to his Twitter page over the weekend, revealing his "dream pick" for Cable is none other than Mad Men star Jon Hamm.
Last month, artist Greg Semkow tweeted out artwork based on his friend Jeff Wadlow's X-Force screenplay. The artwork featured Cable, Cyclops' son who is endowed with telepathy powers, Domino, an expert marksman with enhanced reflexes, making him an expert in hand-to-hand combat, Warpath, a Native American who has regenerative healing abilities and super strength and Cannonball, who can create force fields and flies with jet propulsion. There is also a woman wearing a hoodie who isn't a known member of the X-Force team, but some have speculated she may be Anna Paquin's Rogue.Read More
Just weeks after winning his first Emmy Award for the final season of Mad Men, Jon Hamm has signed on to star in writer-director Edgar Wright's new action-comedy Baby Driver. Variety reports that Jamie Foxx has also joined the cast, which includes Ansel Elgort and Lily James. No details were given for Jon Hamm and Jamie Foxx's characters at this time.
The story centers on a young getaway driver, dubbed "Baby" due to his boyish looks, who uses his own "personal soundtrack" as he strives to become the best in this illicit business. His life is turned upside down when he's coerced into working for a mafia boss, and, after a heist goes bad, he is forced to go on the run, putting his life on the line. The story is partially inspired by the music video for Mint Royale's Blue Song. Edgar Wright directed the video in 2003, one year before his breakout hit Shaun of the Dead hit theaters.Read More
No further details were given for this particular episode, which is slated to debut sometime in 2016. The SpongeBob SquarePants TV show and the movies the show is based on have often spoofed hit movies and TV shows. Their latest movie, The Spongebob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, which debuted earlier this year, released a number of posters that spoofed movies Fifty Shades of Grey, Jurassic World and Terminator Genisys. SpongeBob SquarePants currently airs on Friday nights at 7:30 PM ET on Nickelodeon.
Jon Hamm is no stranger to voice over work, lending his voice to The Simpsons, Robot Chicken, Family Guy, Archer, and the animated blockbuster movie Minions, which has earned over $1 billion worldwide. We reported in May that the actor has signed on to star in the action-thriller, High Wire Act, and he is currently filming Keeping Up with the Joneses alongside Gal Gadot and Zach Galifianakis. He also appears in four episodes of Netflix's Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp.Read More
Set in 1980's Beirut, Jon Hamm plays a former U.S. diplomat who is called back into service to save a former colleague from the group possibly responsible for his own family's death. Brad Anderson's previous films include The Machinist with Christian Bale, Transsiberian, Session 9, and The Call with Halle Berry. He has also directed several TV pilots, including Zoo for CBS which airs this summer. Tony Gilroy and Jon Hamm are represented by CAA. Brad Anderson is represented by WME and LBI Entertainment.
High Wire Act was released in 2016.Read More
http://movieweb.com/mad-men-season-7-trailer-final-episodes/Last week, AMC released the first teaser trailer and photo gallery for the second half of Mad Men Season 7, with the final 7 episodes set to debut on Sunday, April 5 at 10:00 pm. Now, we get the official poster. Here, we see Don Draper (Jon Hamm) as he prepares to ride off into the sunset, signature cigarette in hand. This one-sheet also continues to hint at the series' 70s time period, as Draper and Associates ease their way out of the 60s.Read More
Yesterday, Netflix released the first trailer for their upcoming TV series Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp, which announced a slew of cast members who are starring in the eight-episode series, reprising their roles from the 2001 cult classic comedy Wet Hot American Summer. Today, Deadline has learned that Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Jon Hamm and Jason Schwartzman have been set for "guest starring/recurring roles" in the comedy series.
No details were given for Chris Pine's role, but Jon Hamm is playing "a secret spy," with Kristen Wiig playing a counselor at the "preppy rival" Camp Tigerclaw. Jason Schwartzman is playing the boy's camp head counselor. There are also several other newcomers joining the cast, including Michaela Watkins, John Slattery, Josh Charles, Randall Park, Jayma Mays, Lake Bell, Paul Scheer, Rob Huebel and Richard Schiff, although no details were given for their roles.Read More