“I always say I make the movies where people go, ‘Hey, I never saw it, but when I finally did, I really liked it,’” Hamm says.
Since completing his work on the show that made him famous, Hamm has gone through changes in his personal life while trying to get a movie career going.
“I remember walking out of Michael Clayton and being like: ‘I want to be in that movie,’” Hamm says.
I wanted to know if, more than two years after the Mad Men finale, he had plotted out a second act worthy of his talent.
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