Christina Hendricks (born May 3, 1975) is an American actress best known for her starring role as Joan Holloway in the AMC cable television series Mad Men, and as Saffron in Fox's short-lived series Firefly.
Out for a cinematic-filled evening, Christina Hendricks and Elle Fanning were on hand for the “Ginger & Rosa” post premiere reception at the Toronto Film Festival on Friday (September 7).
While chatting it up with fellow film lovers, the “Mad Men” actress looked stunning in a black, full-length gown while the darling blonde opted for 70’s inspired purple pattern pant suit. The event was held at the AMC Storys in Toronto.
The “Mad Men” hottie donned a black velour pants suit and maroon heels as she strolled into the venue where she read the part of Carolyn Burnham, originally played by Annette Bening in the film version.
While the curvy red-headed "Mad Men" star covered herself up in a sheer-sleeved black blouse and pencil skirt, the "Hunger Games" hottie showed off her goods in a plunging snakeskin tank top and black skirt.
Though the ladies may play second fiddle to the macho ad execs of "Mad Men," two of the female stars (and Vincent Kartheiser) just nabbed significant pay raises.
Elizabeth Moss, who plays Peggy Olsen; January Jones, who plays Betty Francis; and Kartheiser, who plays Pete Campbell reached agreements with Lionsgate taking them through the final two seasons for the hit series. Deadline.com reports that the trio will be receiving bumps "well into six figures per episode."
Bringing the weekend to a close with a fabulous fete, some of Hollywood’s hottest stars were in the house for the 2012 Outfest Gala in Hollywood last night (July 22).
Super-cute couple Sarah Hyland and Matt Prokop showed up at the John Anson Ford Amphitheatre for the shindig, titled ‘Struck by Lightning.’ The “Modern Family” actress looked lovely in a sleeveless red dress as she posed for the paparazzi.
With the contenders for hardware at the 64th Annual Emmy Awards officially announced, a number of the vying small screen stars have offered their thoughts and thanks for being among this year's batch of nominees.
The gorgeous Christina Hendricks appreciatively said that she's "so honored" to be up for Best Supporting Actress (Drama) honors, with the bid coming as her hit AMC show "Mad Men" is tied with FX’s “American Horror Story" as the top nominated shows with 17 chances at Emmy glory apiece.