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Jon Hamm -- Good Genes Or Good Docs?!

Here is a 32-year-old version of the award-winning actor rocking this shaggy hairstyle at a party in New York City back in 2003 (left). At the time Hamm was acting on the Lifetime television series "The Division". And, 18 years later ... The now 50-year-old "Mad Men" dad has was...
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Jon Hamm Will Be Starring in a Reboot of ‘Fletch’

Jon Hamm is already incredibly visible when it comes to his reputation and his ability to turn heads, but taking on the role of Fletch that was made famous by Chevy Chase decades ago feels like an odd twist in his career that could if done right, open up a new chapter in Jon’s career. Or, it could reaffirm that he’s capable of being a part of a funny movie, but not necessarily as the lead. He’s already proven his acting ability is up where it needs to be and can go further since he’s taken on more than one type of role since rising to prominence. The one role that many will cite and yes, I’ll mention, was that of Don Draper in Mad Men since this is essentially what drew a lot of people to him over the last decade. But apart from that, he’s been showing up in other areas where it’s been seen that he’s still just as great being a dramatic actor but has also been able to set foot in action sequences just enough that he’s convincing, and has even pushed into comedy, which is great. But where it feels that he still needs work is when it comes to being the lead in certain movies since as great as he is, Jon still needs a little help in some areas.
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Jon Hamm starts shooting on 'Fletch' film later this month

July is shaping up to be a heavy Jon Hamm month in movieland. Word from Tinseltown is that filming of "Confess, Fletch" will begin in about two weeks, before the Fourth of July holiday. STL's No. 1 celeb will play the title character from the Gregory Mcdonald book series that...
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Fletch Reboot Starring Jon Hamm Begins Shooting This Month

Last summer came the news that a reboot of the Fletch franchise was on the way and stepping into the role previously played by Chevy Chase would be none other than Mad Men and Baby Driver star Jon Hamm. Based on the second book in the Gregory McDonald series, the new film will be titled Confess, Fletch and has Greg Mottola, who is best known for Superbad and Adventureland, behind the camera as a director. Ahead of the start of production, Mottola has revealed on social media that shooting begins in two and a half weeks on the new project, showing off a tease of the script's cover page.

Jon Hamm Will Star in Confess, Fletch -- And Here's Why That Matters

Superbad director Greg Mottola shared the cover page to his upcoming Fletch revival starring Jon Hamm in the title role. The movie, now officially called Confess, Fletch, will begin filming in less than a month. And that title actually says quite a bit about what the movie might be about. Up to this point, rumors that the movie would see reporter Irwin M. Fletcher as a suspect in a murder had led fans and reporters to assume that Confess, Fletch -- the second book in the franchise. The first book, titled simply Fletch, was loosely adapted into a hugely successful 1985 comedy starring Chevy Chase.
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New Jon Hamm film set for wide release on July 1

Studio honchos have pegged July 1 as the opening date for "No Sudden Move," the new Jon Hamm movie directed by Steven Soderbergh. After making its premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival on June 18, the film will open a couple weeks later on HBO Max. Set in 1950s Detroit,...
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Jon Hamm film to be centerpiece of Tribeca Film Festival

Looks like a Jon Hamm vehicle will be pulling into the Tribeca Film Festival next month. Director Steven Soderbergh's "No Sudden Move" will makes it debut as the centerpiece film at the festival, which begins June 18, movie publications report. Formerly titled "Kill Switch," the film is set in 1950s...
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Jon Hamm, Morgan Freeman, Jewel and Ben Platt Join Covenant House Virtual Gala

Night of Covenant House Stars is filling up with more stars. Jon Hamm, Morgan Freeman, Jon Bon Jovi, Desus Nice and The Kid Mero, Ben Platt, Zach Braff, Chita Rivera, Marlon Wayans, Charlie Day, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Dionne Warwick, Tony Shalhoub, Amanda Kloots, Ana Villafañe, Denée Benton, Jeremy Jordan, Alex Newell, Stephanie J. Block, Laura Osnes and Jason Ralph have joined the lineup for the May 17 event.
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Jon Hamm wraps indie film labeled as surreal dark comedy

While awaiting more info on a new movie with STL No. 1 celeb Jon Hamm and Tina Fey, this bureau can report that Hamm just finished filming an indie effort due out later this year. "Corner Office," which stars Hamm and Danny Pudi (Abed on the old sitcom "Community"), is...

Invincible: Here's What Jon Hamm Could Look Like as Omni-Man

The world of Robert Kirkman and Ryan Ottley's Invincible has now made its way to a new audience, with Amazon Prime's recent animated adaptation of the series becoming a bonafide hit. The superhero ensemble has included a wide array of memorable characters, including Nolan Grayson/Omni-Man. While Omni-Man is voiced pretty perfectly by J.K. Simmons on the series, some fans have begun to wonder who could theoretically play the character in live-action — and a recent piece of fanart perfectly brings one option to life. The fanart, which was created and shared by @jackson_caspersz, imagines Mad Men star Jon Hamm as Omni-Man, complete with the signature mustache.
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New M.O.D.O.K. Trailer Reveals Jon Hamm as Iron Man in Hulu Animated Marvel Series

In anticipation for the series' release, Hulu has debuted a new trailer for the Marvel stop-motion animation show, M.O.D.O.K. Starring Ratatouilleand TheGoldbergsstar Patton Oswalt as the titular Mental Organism Designed Only for Killing (comic books can be so ridiculous sometimes), the footage also gives us our first look at Mad Men star Jon Hamm as Marvel icon Tony Stark AKA Iron Man.
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Marvel's M.O.D.O.K. casts Jon Hamm and Nathan Fillion

M.O.D.O.K., a new animated Marvel show coming to Hulu, has added two new actors to its voice cast. It was revealed at a WonderCon@Home panel that Jon Hamm will voice Iron Man, while Nathan Fillion will play Wonder Man. Whoopi Goldberg and Bill Hader will also reportedly have guest roles in the series. They join an ensemble cast that already includes Patton Oswalt, Melissa Fumero, and Ben Schwartz.

Jon Hamm, Whoopi Goldberg, and MORE Join the Marvel’s M.O.D.O.K. Cast

We’ve been on the edge of our seats with all things Marvel as we wrapped up WandaVision and hopped into the story of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier!. But, there’s something a little more grown-up on the horizon for Marvel fans. And, some BIG name celebrities are about to join the Marvel universe soon!
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MODOK Rounds Out All-Star Cast With Jon Hamm, Whoopi Golberg, Nathan Fillion, and Bill Hader

Marvel's MODOK already has a star-studded cast, that much is for sure. Luckily for fans of all things Marvel, that's not stopping series creators Patton Oswalt and Jordan Blum from revealing even more A-list actors who have boarded the stop-motion comedy. At a virtual panel for WonderCon Saturday afternoon, Hulu and the MODOK crew unveiled four new actors lending their voice to the series — and they're all very much household names. Joining Oswalt, Aimee Garcia, Melissa Fumero, Ben Schwartz, and company include Jon Hamm, Whoopi Goldberg, Nathan Fillion, and Bill Hader.