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‘Mad Men’ First Episode: THR’s 2007 Review

On Thursday, July 19, 2007, AMC introduced Don Draper and Mad Men to America. The Hollywood Reporter’s original review of the first episode is below:  Advertising is based on one thing: happiness. So says Don Draper (Jon Hamm), the creative director on AMC’s shiny new hourlong drama series Mad Men, which takes place in a […]

Kevin Smith: I ‘Feel Good’ About Semi-Retirement

The director fielded questions from fans as he kicked off his "Red State USA Tour" with castmembers John Goodman and Melissa Leo in NYC Saturday.

About Town

RED CARPET: Highlights of the premieres of “Unknown,” “The Adjustment Bureau” and “Rango.”

Ernest Borgnine On His 32-Day Marriage, Sinatra and SpongeBob

Before his death, the Oscar-winning actor spoke to THR for his SAG Lifetime Achievement Award.

Backlot: A Night with Higher Purpose

The annual event is about more than glamour: It’s also a major fundraiser for the critical SAG Foundation.

Backlot: Borgnine on Borgnine

Five marriages. An Oscar. A ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ role. Things you may or may not know about the SAG Lifetime Achievement Award honoree.

TV Stars Reveal Secrets to Small Screen Success

Kennth Branagh, Michael Pitt and Eric Stonestreet on the challenges of working with child actors, for Martin Scorsese and eating Swedish herring.

SAG Awards Preview: Laura Linney

In Contention: Top actors open up about their memorable roles and what you still don't know

Composer Alan Menken: Why I Don’t Watch ‘Glee’

Menken, who has written the scores for such Disney films as 'The Little Mermaid' and 'Beauty and the Beast,' talks to THR ahead of getting a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Wednesday.

How the Dern Family Survived Career Setbacks, Embarrassing Set Moments

David Lynch, Mark Ruffalo expected at family's Walk of Fame induction ceremony.

Hollywood Treasure — TV Review

'Hollywood Treasure' a mostly fascinating look into an arcane area of the entertainment business, and Joe Maddalena's charismatic enthusiasm makes this breezy journey worth taking.

Bret Michaels: Life as I Know It — TV Review

Can reality TV actually transcend peeping Tom trash and evolve into genuine art?