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Hollywood Reporter Says Creator Matthew Weiner Is Likely Emmy Contender as a Director

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In Mad Men Emmy news, The Hollywood Reporter states that series creator Matthew Weiner’s talent extends to his work as a director, making him a frontrunner for the Outstanding Director for a Drama Series Emmy. Meanwhile, in the New York Post, Kiernan Shipka is be lauded as her generation’s Meryl Streep. Read below for more Mad Men News.

Matthew Wiener is highlighted in The Hollywood Reporter as a contender for the Outstanding Director for a Drama Series Emmy for his work on the Mad Men episode, Tomorrowland

The New York Post describes 11-year-old Kiernan Shipka, who plays Sally Draper on Mad Men, as a clone of Meryl Streep and talks with her about what her hopes and expecations are for Season 5.

• In an interview with Parade magazine, Christina Hendricks discusses her Goth style as a teenager. About Mad Men, she adds, “I know how lucky I am, and I don’t take it for granted”.

• In The LA Times, Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner talks about how he instantaneously knew Elizabeth Moss was perfect for the role of Peggy.

• Because of Mad Men’s TCA Award nominations, EntertainmentWeekly.com predicts that the series is a frontrunner for this year’s Drama Series Emmy.

• Christina Hendricks shows her support for fellow Mad Men co-star and soon-to-be-mom, January Jones and tells People Magazine, “I know January is going to be very warm and tender.I just think she’s gonna rock.”

• With filming of Mad Men Season 5 set for end of summer, CelebrityGossip.net caught candid photos of Christina Hendricks running errands in West Hollywood.

The New York Post states Mad Men‘s Christina Hendricks’ trench coat caught fire at a Tony Awards after-party.

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