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Jon Hamm on Oscar Night; Deadline Applauds Christina Hendricks

This week, Jon Hamm is photographed by Vanity Fair on Oscar night, while Deadline applauds Christina Hendricks in Hap and Leonard. Plus, Vincent Kartheiser books a guest star role. Read on for more:

Vanity Fair spotlights a portrait of Jon Hamm taken on Oscar night by Mark Seliger, captioning it: “Dapper Don Draper!”

Us Weekly spotlights a photo of Jon Hamm, sporting a “bruised nose and a disheveled look,” on the set of his new movie, Baby Driver.

Deadline‘s review of SundanceTV’s Hap and Leonard applauds “an audacious and superb Christina Hendricks as Hap’s still idealistic but scheming ex-wife.”

• Christina Hendricks, interviewed by the San Antonio Express-News, describes Trudy, her Hap and Leonard character, as “very playful and hopeful and a train wreck; and I liked all of those things.”

HitFix asks Christina Hendricks about Season 1 Joan’s reaction to Season 7 Joan threatening to sic the ACLU on an employer for sexual harassment, and she says, “She would advise you not to do it. She could say, ‘Go home, put a bag on your face and diet for a week and think about it.'”

The Hollywood Reporter says Vincent Kartheiser will be a recurring guest star on Hulu’s Casual, playing the head of a venture capital firm.

GQ notes that Jon Hamm is sporting a new haircut for Baby Driver: “Matched with some salt-and-pepper stubble and a faux neck tattoo, he looks dangerous in a less sexual, more criminal way than Don Draper.”

• Watch Kiernan Shipka at Indiewire in the international trailer for a horror movie called February.

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