Describing his new duties with the AMC series, the actor tells THR about recent comments -- contracts, Kardashians -- that went viral: "We live in a world now where every word is micro-parsed and sometimes taken out of context, sometimes misunderstood."
January Jones 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
Mad Men star January Jones on the direction of her character Betty in the upcoming season.
When asked if she felt compelled to defend her charcter she added, "She has grown and become comfortable with her emotions and expressing them. She has become a darker character and a more unlikeable character for the audience I guess, so yeah I'm attached to her. I don't agree with a lot of the things she does, but I do feel like I should defend her."
John Slattery 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
With rumors of on going budget cuts surrounding the show, John Slattery gives us his take on what could happen to his character Roger Sterling.
Matthew Weiner 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
Mad Men creatorand showrunner Matthew Weiner tells THR about making the fifth season's two-hour premiere, what he'd do with a bigger budget and whether he'll tackle another television series down the line.
Robert Morse 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
Robert Morse on wanting an office or even a love interest for his Mad Men character Bertram Cooper.
Kiernan Shipka 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
Kiernan Shipka shares that she is curious about how her character Sally is going to react to Megan being together with her father on the show.
When asked if she wanted to pursue more comedy roles she added, "I would love to, I love well written comedy, I'm drawn to that kind of stuff, that would be so much fun."
Vincent Kartheiser 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
Vincent Kartheiser on the longevity of the show and why it is so successful. And the progression of his character's relationship with Trudy Campbell played by Community star Alison Brie.
Jared Harris 'Mad Men' PaleyFest 2012
From PaleyFest Jared Harris on the direction of his character Lane Pryce and what else show creator Matthew Weiner has in store for him.
Julie Bowen 'Modern Family' PaleyFest 2012
Julie Bowen says that in a future episode of Modern Family the Dunphy family goes to Disneyland and oddly enough her character Claire doesn't have a hard time with it.
She does admit to going on Space Mountain while there filming the episode and throwing up on the ride.
Ty Burrell 'Modern Family' PaleyFest 2012
Ty Burrell shares his thoughts on the future of Modern Family and why he thinks the young adults in the show should be a focal point. He also mentions that his character Phil Dunphy will be coming to terms with his age after a visit to Disneyland.
Sofia Vergara 'Modern Family' PaleyFest 2012
Sofia Vergara reveals she is going to helping out Cameron and Mitchell in a future episode of Modern Family. Her character Gloria is going to be acting as a translator as the two try to adopt a Latin baby.
From the PaleyFest red carpet Jesse Tyler Ferguson addresses the new casting for Lily's character and why it works for the storyline. He also gives us some insight into a future episode that has the three of them going to Disneyland.
Jon Cryer 'Two and a Half Men' PaleyFest 2012
Jon Cryer discusses how Ashton Kutcher's Walden Schmidt has changed the dynamic on Two and a Half Men, how confident he is in a 10th season and what viewers can expect from Alan in coming episodes.
Chuck Lorre 'Two and a Half Men' PaleyFest 2012
Chuck Lorre talks to THR about reaching 200 episodes on Two and a Half Men, the challenges of bringing in Ashton Kutcher into the mix and whether there have been discussions about a 10th season.
Lee Aronsohn 'Two and a Half Men' PaleyFest 2012
Executive producer Lee Aronsohn chats with THR about where Two and a Half Men is now compared to when season 9 first began.
Zooey Deschanel 'New Girl'
The actress tells THR about teaming up with 500 Days of Summer co-star Joseph Gordon Levitt and how she's spending her first break from the show.
Jake Johnson 'New Girl'
Jake Johnson tells THR about the nature of Nick's poorly handled heartbreak, the issues with not having health insurance and his booming movie career.
Max Greenfield 'New Girl'
From Paleyfest we ask Max Greenfield why his character Schmidt is always nude. Plus is there a future for him and Cece or is there another love interest for his character.
Lamorne Morris 'New Girl'
Lamorne Morris on whether or not we'll be seeing more bell playing from his character Winston and how he makes out at his new job at a sports radio station.
Joel McHale 'Community'
The NBC comedy's star sings guest star Rob Corddry's praises and says the study group's relationships will hit some bumps in the road in the upcoming Season 3 episodes.
Gillian Jacobs reveals that her character Britta may be getting a new love interest in the upcoming season.
When asked about the fans reaction to the show she responded, "How insane our fans are in the most amazing way, I mean the out pouring of love and support and passion, the flash mobs, the hashtags, everything they have done since we've been off the air has really been incredible."
Katey Sagal and Kurt Sutter 'Sons of Anarchy' PaleyFest 2012
Sons of Anarchy creator Kurt Sutter and his wife, actress Katey Sagal, spoke to The Hollywood Reporter at PaleyFest 2012. Sutter told THR that he's turning in a draft of the first episode of season 5 this week. Sagal, who stars as Gemma, talked about the reaction fans had to one of the most violent scenes from season 4.
Michael Marisi Ornstein 'Sons of Anarchy' PaleyFest
Michael Marisi Ornstein on the new season and playing Chucky Marstein.
He added, "It feels great you know because I'm playing a guy honestly who just happens to be funny you know what I mean. I love this guy, I love Chucky."
Theo Rossi 'Sons of Anarchy' PaleyFest
Theo Rossi goes into detail about all of the drama that surrounded his character Jean Carlos in season four.
He added, "By episode seven I started getting nervous but I had a lot of assurances before the season. I literally made Kurt write it in blood, you have to tell me, cause the way he approached it, he knows me so well he's one of my best friends, I love the guy, he had me in this meeting and he said this is what is going to happen."
Dayton Callie 'Sons of Anarchy' PaleyFest
Dayton Callie on his character Chief Wayne Unser and the ending to season four of 'Sons of Anarchy.'
When asked why he thinks people can relate to the show he responded, "I've had many cops come up to me and say, you play it just like we do out here. There is that fine line of you know, do I let something go, do I watch it, all I want to do is make this little town work."
David Labrava 'Sons of Anarchy' PaleyFest
David Labrava on the big finale of season four of Sons of Anarchy.
When talking about the script he added, "Everyone is so eager to get it in their hands and we have a table read before each episode and you maybe the script the night before. And everyone will come to work and say, did you see what happened, it's totally exciting."
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