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Jon Hamm Reads Mean Tweet on Jimmy Kimmel; Jessica Paré Appears on Fashion Cover

mm-605-don-megan-325This week, Jon Hamm is on Jimmy Kimmel Live! reading a mean tweet about himself, while Fashion puts Jessica Paré on the cover. Plus, January Jones books a new movie role. Read on for more:

E! Online has Jon Hamm reading a mean tweet about himself (“i hate Jon Hamm. i hate his face. i hate his pig name. i hate how smug he always looks”) in Jimmy Kimmel’s latest edition of the segment where celebrities read an insult aloud about themselves from Twitter.

Jessica Paré graces the cover of Fashion and says her most challenging episode was the Season 6 finale, when Don told Megan they weren’t moving to Los Angeles, because “I didn’t want Megan to cry… I wanted her to be strong and stand up to Don.”

• According to The Hollywood Reporter, January Jones will star in The Shuddering, a supernatural thriller to be directed by George Ratliff.

Talking to Ireland’s RTÉ.ie about voicing a character in Disney’s The Pirate Fairy, Christina Hendricks discusses learning “what a strong and dramatic tool your voice can be.” Babble has a look at Hendricks’ pirate fairy, Zarina, in action.

A.V. Club, reviewing Mad Men‘s Season 1 episodes, gives “The Hobo Code” an “A-“ and calls it “perhaps the most important episode in the whole series to understanding what makes Don Draper tick.”

Zosia Mamet (Joyce) tells that “there were several pieces on Mad Men that I really wanted to steal,” including a pair of slacks that were “so well-tailored and looked so good.”

Monsters and Critics reports that Lifetime’s Flowers in the Attic, starring Kiernan Shipka, will be available on DVD on Apr. 15.

Dread Central reports that one pilot from Amazon — which continues its foray into the original series business — is Bosch featuring Eric Ladin.

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