Don Draper may have been sacrificed to the King of the Monsters this weekend as Godzilla takes on Million Dollar Arm.
The first half of the final season of Mad Men kicks off on Sunday night with Don and possibly some other Sterling Cooper staff heading to California as the 60’s fade into the 70’s.
A possible short list for Batman, a major addition to the Expendables 3 cast, 300: Rise of an Empire gets an R rating, Sharknado 2 gets a title and much more in this week’s News Shotgun.
After consulting with the “tallest TV executive we could find”, Adult Swim determined that the shot for shot remake of the opening of Simon & Simon, starring Adam Scott and Jon Hamm, was NOT the Greatest Event in Television History and tried again, this time with a shot for shot remake of the Hart to Hart opening, starring Adam Scott and Amy Poehler.
Marvel may be close to getting a Black Panther and regained two more of it’s super heroes, Luc Besson returns to directing, another Stephen King book may be coming to the small screen and Steven Spielberg has his next project. All that plus more in this week’s News Shotgun.
This week in the News Shotgun we learn that Arnold will be returning to one of his most famous roles and get a first look at one of his upcoming roles, an unusual but awesome possible future Bond, Matthew Vaughn drops out of X-Men: Days of Future Past and much more.
Betty’s malicious plan backfires and Don wrestles with his creativity in a new “Mad Men”.
Don’s in a daze and Joan’s husband comes home, this week on “Mad Men”.
New EA feature: we recap the fifth season of Mad Men. And if you saw the fourth season finale, there’s a lot going on at Sterling Cooper Draper Pryce.
After an excruciating 18 months off the air, the king of AMC, Mad Men is back this coming Sunday and here’s brief overview of what went down in Season 4 to get you caught up.